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Deploying Mass FUOTA Updates with LoRaWAN

Ashley Pope- Watch Now - Duration: 36:20

Deploying Mass FUOTA Updates with LoRaWAN
Ashley Pope
FUOTA is critical for IoT applications and deployments, providing future-proofing of connected device deployments and ensuring that devices will continue to operate over long lifetimes. LoRaWANĀ® has the unique capability among LPWANs to support FUOTA, securely and reliably delivering updates over the air to many devices at one time, while consuming ~1% of the battery capacity. Entire fleets of devices can be scheduled and updated simultaneously within 5 to 10 minutes. In this presentation, Ashley Pope from Oxit, will share use cases of mass FUOTA update across millions of devices globally, such as, in data centers across retail security, for irrigation systems, within the smart home, and for the utilities sectors. Come hear how FUOTA and LoRaWAN are already enabling interoperability, especially among devices and sensors in remote or difficult locations, to allow you quicker time to market and optimized cost efficiency.
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Score: 0 | 2 years ago | no reply

This was a very high level overview and some parts of the presentation seemed repetitious. However, it did layout the primary advantages of FUOTA. Where can I find out more of the details on actual implementation. Is there any publicly available information or do you have to first become a member of some alliance to access the information?

Score: 1 | 3 years ago | no reply

Is FUOTA currently supported by any of the commonly known network providers?
Can you share names?

Which pieces of the ecosystem must by FUOTA aware? Certainly the device and the cloud platform supplying the update. What about gateway, network server, etc.

Is multicast support required, For instance update one device at a time.

Is there a reference implementation available for inspection/demoing?

Thanks for the interesting presentation.

Score: 0 | 3 years ago | no reply

Good to know FUOTA is out there and functional. However, I'm looking for much more technical data, such as data rates, open source code, adding this feature to my existing protocol, etc.