Your expert IoT:

We build secure and scalable software solutions leveraging state of the art technologies.

We speak:
Tock Os
Android Automotive
Zephyr RTOS

Why choose Wyliodrin?

Wyliodrin is a custom IT solutions development company founded in 2014. Ever since, our team has focused on delivering secure applications in fields such as the Internet of things and automotive. We are an agile team that works closely with the clients to implement top quality solutions that fit their needs. We have been helping European and North American companies prototype and scale their industrial and consumer platforms.

Wyliodrin offers a straightforward and extensive set of tools to ensure the fast prototyping and deployment of software and hardware solutions. We use Rust, Tock OS and Android to secure your devices and build safe and efficient systems.

Areas of expertise

  • Deploy Tock, the first industrial Rust-based embedded Operating System
  • Run Rust applications to ensure the security of your devices
  • Empower your vehicles using Rust components
  • Use Android to revolutionize infotainment systems
  • Run secure applications using containers
  • Deploy applications and updates on millions of devices
  • Easy integration with your infrastructure
  • Easy to use IDE
  • Connect easily to your board and get started right away
  • Do the programming in both visual and traditional languages
  • Designed for the Raspberry Pi and other devices

Recent blog posts

Rust for IoT - Simple Input Output

Simple Input Output is one of the main tools used by attackers to gain access to IoT systems...

Rust for IoT - Why is security so important?

We are launching a series of blog posts talking about basic IoT security challanges and how to overcome them using Rust...

Teach Raspberry Pi programming remotely using Wyliodrin STUDIO

In the current context, when all activities, including teaching, have moved online, we believe that Wyliodrin STUDIO can be of help...

The Latest In-car IoT Technology

Around 381 million smart cars are expected to be connected with IoT devices by 2020, according to a recent report by IoT-connected cars...

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