Lightweight M2M Device Management for the IoT

Designed specifically to enable efficient device management functionality in resource-constrained IoT devices, the Open Mobile Alliance’s LwM2M management object model simplifies traditional device management functionality for the Internet of Things. Built on this specification, Smith Micro’s next-generation device management solution provides powerful functionality for both Android and Linux-based connected devices.

Device Management Zen is Within Reach

Effectively managing many different types of connected devices, each running on different operating systems and exposing different parameters can be a daunting task. Save time and operational costs with the configuration and dependency management functionality of Smith Micro’s LwM2M solution. Read the QuickLink® IoT Intelligence Platform datasheet to learn more.

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Conserve Resources with LwM2M

Looking for an affordable over-the-air update solution for connected vehicles? Look no further than Smith Micro’s next-generation device management and FOTA solution built using OMA’s LwM2M standard. A secure, efficient and deployable client-server protocol, LwM2M was specifically developed to manage resource-constrained connected devices.

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Validate Interoperability with LwM2M Standard

Deploying devices without confirming interoperability with LwM2M servers is not a risk worth taking. The QuickLink IoT Intelligence Platform offers a fully-compliant test environment to validate device interoperability before roll out.

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Automate Device Health Monitoring in Industrial IoT

Automate Device Health Monitoring

Manually confirming healthy device operation within a system that consists of a few hundred devices is no big deal, but this method becomes untenable quickly as connected systems scale past first-generation deployments. By taking advantage of the new “Observe/Notify” command set included in OMA’s LwM2M management object model, QuickLink IoT empowers autonomous device operation eliminating costly network chatter. Read this article to learn how planning ahead is critical with connected device management.

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Accelerate Custom IoT Development

The plug-in framework of Smith Micro’s LwM2M solution streamlines the process of adding custom management parameters and functionality to any IoT system. With this extensible platform, your business will be able to develop solutions for vertical use cases quickly enabling you to transform diverse segments of your business, accelerating the ROI of your IoT investment.

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Features & Benefits

Policy-based Command and Control

  • Supports simplified remote device configuration, rules-based update orchestration and dependency management
  • Rules-based QuickLink IoT client provides unmatched control regarding data transfer locations, intervals and networks saving on bandwidth costs
  • Device parameters and settings can be configured directly using management interface or indirectly using REST API interface

Modular Architecture and Management Object “Plug-In” Framework

  • Accelerates Custom Development
  • Exposes APIs to design custom “plug-ins” that enable developers to build in executable routines and expose unique management parameters
  • Management server auto-discovers any parameters/functions the are exposed using development framework

Extensible Management Model

  • Standards-based – OMA LwM2M specification
  • Unmatched flexibility and customization capabilities
  • Flexibility of model enables application to an infinite number of IoT management challenges
  • Model enables developers to create business logic quickly and conditional actions without hard-coding

Autonomous Device Operation and Smart Device Health Monitoring

  • OMA LwM2M introduces a new “Observe/Notify” command set which enables ongoing monitoring of active devices and parameters that can be triggered by local events on the device rather than fixed period reporting or push-requested reporting
  • Eliminates unnecessary data transfer and administration costs associated with verification of a “healthy” device