Ubuntu for the Internet of Things
From home control to drones, robots and industrial systems, Ubuntu Core provides robust security, app stores and reliable updates. Ubuntu makes development easy, and snap packages make Ubuntu Core secure and reliable for widely distributed devices.
Leading brands choose Ubuntu Core for security, apps and updates
A small footprint and full OpenGL with reliable updates across a diverse range of hardware make Ubuntu Core a perfect platform for millions of digital signs.
With ROS and snapcraft, it’s easy to enable apps on robots and drones, creating new ecosystems and business models.
Rich networking and protocol support make Ubuntu Core the perfect choice for your industrial gateways. Create the next wave of industrial control and intelligence with Ubuntu Core.
App stores for software-defined things
Today’s devices are defined by software. Ubuntu is the world’s most widely trusted Linux for developers, providing the talent and tools to grow your app store and ecosystem.
Snaps allow developers to build and deploy applications in a format that’s easily portable and upgradeable across a number of IoT devices so that a cognitive relationship between the cloud and the edges of the network can be established.Mac Devine, IBM Vice President & CTO of Emerging Technology & Advanced Innovation
Update Control, and peace of mind included
Regular updates for the operating system and apps defend devices from ongoing attacks, addressing security issues automatically. Update Control ensures that changes are certified by manufacturers or ISVs. When a single security flaw can compromise millions of devices, or a bad update require a product recall, robust platform assurances provide confidence in the integrity of critical infrastructure.
Snaps for security
Ubuntu Core is an all-snap version of Ubuntu. A snap is a secure, easily upgraded, universal Linux package for an app and all its dependencies. Snaps are:
- Confined for strict security
- Transactional for reliable updates
- Compressed to save disk space
- Easy to create and distribute
- Widely adopted by industry leaders
Look who’s leading
The making of the Nextcloud box
In this webinar, Nextcloud founder, Frank Karlitschek, describes the creation of the Nextcloud box, a secure self-hosted cloud that lets consumers take control of their personal data.
Tunnel drones, going where man cannot
AeroLion Technologies’s UAVs are undertaking tasks autonomously and helping to inspect areas that were previously unreachable, either due to extreme or dangerous conditions or because the area is geographically inaccessible.
Azeti raises the bar for field operations
Azeti Networks is a global provider of IoT technology to companies from telecommunications to manufacturing, finance and healthcare. Azeti chose Ubuntu Core for improved operations and security.
Dell — defining industrial intelligence
The Dell Edge Gateway range bring familiar X86 robust connectivity to the industrial market, making it easy to create and manage diverse industrial control systems for static and mobile applications.
From prototype to production on all major platforms
64-bit ARM boards bring high-end performance to the low-power segment, enabling a new class of drones and mobile intelligence.
Easy to integrate, easy to operate, the Samsung Artik range of IoT modules enable rapid prototyping and a fast path to production across a range of power and performance.
Intel’s dedicated IoT modules bring 64-bit multi-core Atom processing to the connected device market, for rapid developer engagement and industry-standard code.
Raspberry Pi2 and Pi3
For fun, for education and for profit, the RPi makes device development personal and entertaining. With support for both the Pi2 and the new Pi3, Ubuntu Core supports the world’s most beloved board.
Best for developers
With Ubuntu Core, you can develop a packaged application on your laptop, then monetise it by publishing it directly to the snap store.