If you are deploying fleets of devices that connect on to network, I wanted to let you know about a solution to help you manage your devices securely. It includes services for helping you provision your devices, securely communicate with your devices, and keep their firmware up to date.
Pelion Device Management is a cloud-agnostic service developed by Arm that helps customers around the world realize the benefits of the Internet of Things and make deploying products easier.
I am pleased to share that Arm Pelion Device Management Client is now pre-integrated with MCUXpresso SDK 2.8.2.
Currently, I.MXRT1060 and LPC54628 are supported. If you are working with a different processor family, the client has a porting layer for adding additional implementations, or feel free to contact Arm or NXP about getting another port.
By adding the Pelion Device Management library to your application, you enable:
Included in the package is an example application and detailed step-by-step tutorial within MCUXpresso SDK 2.8.2 for the supported processors.
You can sign up for a Pelion free-tier account and start using the service in a few short minutes.
To get started
Please note that Keil MDK and GCC/CMake are currently supported toolchains.
The client uses the following features already provided by MCUXpresso SDK.
In summary, if you are using NXP MCUXpresso SDK and are looking to add device management capabilities, be sure to check out Arm Pelion Device Management.
If you have any questions, you can make a post to https://forums.mbed.com/c/pelion/11 or contact the Pelion team at https://www.arm.com/company/contact-us/pelion-iot-product-inquiries.
A huge thanks goes to all individuals in NXP and Arm that made this possible!
Technical Account Manager
Pelion Device Management