MicroEJ solution for Thales modules enables integrated software development, flexible application management, security by design, accelerated development and faster time-to-production.
MicroEJ VEE on-device platform supports all Thales IoT modules such as:
The innovative Cinterion portfolio is based on various chipset vendors supported by MicroEJ (Qualcomm, Sony-Altair, Sequans) and the mature LTE ecosystem to deliver global LTE-M and NB-IoT connectivity.
MicroEJ for Thales IoT modules is ideal for building highly integrated and low power edge computing products. The multiple sandboxing capabilities simplify software content management, reduces software update payload and enable on-the-go application update for faster go-to-market strategy.
The MICROEJ VEE container keeps separated hardware and software, hence providing developers means to parallelize hardware and software design phases while reducing software complexity and development costs.
The MicroEJ Ready Thales modules are ideal for small devices in remote locations that requires total reliability at all times, such as smart metering, medical devices, smart homes and cities, payment terminals (PoS) and remote monitoring.
MicroEJ radically simplifies IoT software development by integrating simulation (development and testing on virtual devices), continuous integration and Object Oriented Programming, where software components are integrated and tested separately.
Software applications are developed once and used on various Thales modules with no modification, and can be deployed or updated over-the-air on a large fleet of heterogenous devices.
MICROEJ VEE partitions software components into trusted sandboxes, reinforcing control over misbehaviors by monitoring resource usage in real time against abnormal processing demands or memory consumption.
MicroEJ provides an industry unique executable binary code verification before any run and enhances the digital IDs and security attributes embedded into the roots of Thales IoT modules.
With this example, discover how to collect temperature and GPS data and safely share the information to the Cloud through a MQTT server.
This demo is available either for the Cinterion LGA DevKit for the EXS82-W IoT Module, or for its digital twin (virtual device).
Discover how to connect to a LwM2M server, browse MICROEJ Forge content to select and download an application and manage its life cycle remotely.
This demo is available for the Cinterion LGA DevKit for the EXS82-W IoT Module. Virtual device demo will be released very soon, stay tuned for more info!