Late last year, Google released its own Internet of things platform
Android Things Console allows developers to easily manage software running on IoT devices, provide OTA updates for operating systems and specific applications, and create factory mirrors.
In terms of product creation and configuration, developers must name and provide descriptions of the product, select the type of system on the module (System-on-Module), and the size of the OEM partition.
Factory mirror creation, Google is also adopted
In addition, Google has enhanced the OTA upgrade system, and developers can push software updates to their devices by a single key. If the update is valid, it will be activated when the device is restarted. On the other hand, if the update fails, the device rolls back to the previous configuration.
Finally, developers can test the upcoming version of Android Things to determine whether to deploy updates to their devices.