Nowadays large scale IoT device fleets are common practice. Companies have to keep their devices up-to-date in terms of software features and security releases. mender.io is a software framework, that offers robust and secure over-the-air software updates for IoT devices at large scale. emtrion supports its customers in the setup and operation of mender.io infrastructures and update management concerning operating system security and application software security.
emtrion has developed the emCVE-Watch software tool for the early identification of security gaps and vulnerabilities in embedded systems. emCVE-Watch compares file systems in real-time with current databases from Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures or CVE for short. This security management process prevents misuse of the embedded device by external access or IP theft and longer system downtimes.
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Thank you for visiting our booth in hall 4A at the embedded world 2020.
At almost 13800, the number of visitors this year was more than half lower than expected.
So, we were all the more pleased to be able to exchange ideas with numerous interested parties and users from various branches of industry and to present our innovations.
emtrion introduces its newest software and hardware releases at the embedded world 2020. We present our new single board computers, system on modules and development kits with the following processors: STM32MP1, RZ/ N1D and i.MX 8M Mini.
You find us in
Hall 4A/ Booth 4A/101
We are looking forward to your visit.
embedded world Conference 2020
lecture by Frank Erdrich
Debugging of virtualized multicore systems is even more complicated. Debuggers now have to deal with the different OS running in parallel with communication and hardware for virtualization. A debugger needs knowledge about the operating systems, the virtualization, the mapping of the peripherals, cores, and memory of each guest. The lecture will show, how awareness for Jailhouse was brought into the Lauterbach debugger.