To program and test a device reliably and quickly, there must be a physical connection to it. We dramatically simplified the architecture by combining a computer, a programmer, and test equipment into a single box that is updatable in the field. Doing it this way ensures that the owner of the equipment has complete knowledge about the configuration of the hardware and minimizes vulnerability to viruses and hacking. The cloud is used as a back-end for efficient provisioning and reporting.
Articles in this section
- Can I connect a 3rd party scanner or label printer to the PLT?
- What are Elements, Releases, and Deployments?
- What is the cost of the PLT?
- Does the PLT work in China?
- How can I edit test plans?
- Where is the PLT best suited?
- What are the specific benefits of the PLT?
- What's inside the PLT? Is it a Linux box?
- Which microcontroller unit (MCU) families are supported by the PLT?
- If everything is the cloud, why do you have a box?