Android 12 had a stable build ready on October 4, 2021, but Google officially released it for its Pixel phone on October 19, 2021. In this article, we’ll be discussing what new features Android 12 brings, what has been improved, and how Android 12 affects industrial applications, fleet managers, and embedded systems developers. As the…
TechNexion and emteria team up to provide solution builders with ready-to-use and high-end embedded systems running managed Android. This partnership enables manufacturers of sophisticated embedded products to move quickly and seamlessly to Android while ensuring long-term availability of Android security updates and remote device manageability.
emteria released its Android distribution emteria.OS for the Raspberry Pi 4B. The live release convinces through increased overall performance, support of all emteria functionality and, having Android 11 as its core, with the latest Android user experience.
Do you want to create, scale and operate a fleet of Android-based IoT devices? Then join us in our live demo of emteria.OS and its associated online services like mobile device management (MDM).
Spending quite a few days and extra hours on bringing the latest Android version to the Raspberry Pi 4, we are more than happy to announce this beta release. This major step rewards users with greatly improved system performance, the ability to implement many new use cases, and ultimately better products.
Android is an operating system full of benefits for users and product developers alike. However, to take full advantage of Android and its capabilities in industrial use cases, a managed version of it is the best choice. In this blog post, you’ll learn why this is the case and why emteria.OS saves you time and money when you need to create, scale, and operate a fleet of smart devices.
In this article, you will learn how managed operating systems support fleet management. Initially, we look at what a managed OS is, how it improves your processes, and why it is the better choice in the long term. Finally, you will see how emteria’s customers benefit from emteria.OS, the managed Android for Raspberry Pi and other custom hardware.