The Rolling Wireless System Engineering team can provide a range of custom services during your TCU product development.
As part of their product validation process, our Tier 1 customers perform drive tests in various geographical regions to ensure compliance with their standards and routes. Our Field Test service includes drive test support from a Rolling Wireless engineer for an agreed number of working days.
The general test scope includes:
Regression field tests can be supported if a root cause linked to cellular network-related issues has been identified.
Rolling Wireless continuously scans multiple sources for Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures (CVE) records. When a CVE record impacts software delivered by Rolling Wireless, we proactively analyse, process, and communicate with customers.
When the customer project is in SOP*:
For critical vulnerabilities with a Common Vulnerability Scoring System (CVSS) score above 9, we use an emergency process to provide customers with the information they need to quickly perform a risk assessment.
Sources used: NVD (National Vulnerability Database), Public database for Linux kernel, Security bulletins from chipset supplier
*) Depending on terms in the support contract agreement
With their extensive experience and deep knowledge in the areas of Linux, Yocto and embedded systems, the Rolling Wireless system engineering team can help customers design and improve their Legato-based software architecture.
The Hardware Design Review service helps customers integrate Rolling Wireless products in their applications, benefiting from design best practises and area expertise.
Our Audio services are designed to help our customers ensure that their applications meet the certification requirements for automated emergency response systems such as eCall and ERA-GLONASS.