For IoT applications to deliver transformative business value, you need a reliable IoT device management solution that ensures devices are up to date, secure, and always accessible. Pelion provides lifecycle management for any device, managed from the cloud, on-site, or through gateways.
When deployed in the field, devices are onboarded seamlessly, activated for the right services, managed with the proper credentials, and updated remotely as needed.
Manage up to 100 devices, make firmware updates over-the-air and try out all of our functionality. You don’t even need your own hardware, just follow the virtual hardware guide to get set-up.
Pelion delivers application-specific connectivity options such as standards-based Wi-SUN mesh networking, ideal for supporting large-scale production-grade management of outdoor IoT devices such as smart utility meters. Capabilities include credentialing devices for both the mesh and VPN side of the network architecture, device upgrades, over-the-air (OTA) firmware upgrades for both the networking card and the device, and border routing.
IoT success stories
When the City of Taipei put their smart lighting solution out to tender, industrial and embedded systems developer AAEON turned to Pelion for a solution that not only met the brief, but offered a sustainable solution that can be adapted to scale for the future.
Pelion IoT Device Management is chosen by major utilities company, KEPCO, to help them transform into energy platform and services company.
When Movtek looked to develop a solution that would deliver a frictionless and secure solution for hoteliers, landlords and tenants alike, they turned to Pelion in order to deliver a more feature-rich concept to market sooner.
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