Linux-based embedded systems usually require a board support package (BSP) to enable application developers to work with the final, custom hardware prototype. Usually, the creation and/or customization of a BSP is a significant undertaking. Additionally, this process doesn't usually offer application developers the flexibility of quickly developing and testing their applications on the target prototype hardware. Nor does it provide out-of-the-box support for application or OS updates on the final, target hardware.
Instead, engineers must choose and/or implement from a variety of different solutions and integrate into the final BSP.
Torizon by Toradex is a solution that can address the needs of application engineers, test engineers, and fleet managers. It provides out-of-the-box solutions to allow engineers to quickly develop and test their applications on target prototype hardware, and to push out updates to in-field devices as they are available.
In this webinar, MAB LABS, a Toradex partner, will take you through some of the tasks that are necessary to deploy Torizon on hardware with custom peripherals, to develop and test applications on an embedded system running Torizon, and to provision and push updates to such a system.