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Smart City Construction Shifts Speed

- Jun 05, 2018 -

Smart City Construction Shifts Speed Acceleration Huawei and China Electronics Corporation Build Ecosystem Together

Introduction: An exclusive “Citizen Card” created from face recognition generated QR code can easily handle car rental and experience driving. The system will record the driver’s driving behavior and issue the driver’s “illegal behavior”. Fines, fines.


After experiencing digital cities, wireless cities and other stages, the construction of smart cities in China has entered a new phase. It is understood that in accordance with the idea of building a point-and-face plan by the Central Network Information Office, the three cities of Shenzhen, Fuzhou and Jiaxing will be the new smart city benchmarking cities and 100 new smart cities will be completed during the “Thirteenth Five-Year Plan” period.


At the 18th China International Hi-Tech Fair, which has recently ended, giants at home and abroad, such as Huawei and China Electronics, have gathered in the "Smart City" pavilion to showcase the future of the new smart city with a large number of cases and data.


At the same time as the “2016 Huawei and China Electronics New Smart City Summit”, both parties stated that smart cities are complex and giant systems that need to syndicate partners to jointly promote the construction of smart cities. Companies such as China Electronics and Huawei will continue to build More excellent companies work together to create a better future.


Smart City Construction Shifts Speed Acceleration Huawei and China Electronics Corporation Build Ecosystem Together


Huawei's Smart City "Citizen Card" Showed During the Hi-tech Fair


"The new smart city is a smart behavior integration."


An exclusive “Citizen Card” produced by the two-dimensional code generated by face recognition can easily handle the car rental business and experience driving. The system will record the driver’s driving behavior and issue a ticket for the “illegal behavior” of the driver. Deduct fines. Insurance companies are also able to collect targeted charges from the history of the user's driving records recorded on the card. With this card, members of the public can pay for their own expenses and handle a one-window type of administrative examination and approval business. The "citizens" can check the balance in the card at any time, and based on the portrait of the citizen's card can produce the "citizens" in the "city".


The above scenario is a solution for the card and smart government affairs displayed by more than 10 partners of Huawei and the Smart City Ecosystem during the Hi-tech Fair. It opened up the Internet of Things and face recognition services with the One Card Service, and the Urban Operations Center. The interaction shows a new smart city experience.


As the location of Huawei's headquarters and one of the three pilot cities, Shenzhen is at the forefront of the nation’s “new smart city”. According to a report released by the National Information Center, Shenzhen is the only city in China that is at an intermediate stage in the development of the information society and is close to the level of developed countries.


In the administrative service hall of Longgang District, Shenzhen, Huawei and its partners have tailor-made unified government cloud platforms for Longgang District, becoming a major highlight of Shenzhen’s smart city. The "one-window" service model was implemented in the service hall to truly achieve "separation at trial" and "to allow the data to run more and allow the masses to run errands."


Du Ping, deputy director of the State Information Center, said: "The new smart city I understand should be intelligent behavior integration, including the wisdom of strategy, top-level design, planning, and government behavior, corporate behavior, consumer behavior, production behavior, etc. Smart."


In a speech at the Asia-Pacific Smart City Development Summit held during the High-tech Fair, Du Ping also mentioned that building a smart city depends on two key foundations, namely the construction of an urban data center and a city data operation center. At this high-tech fair, Huawei has fully demonstrated its advantages and core competitiveness in these two areas.


"Realizing Urban Wisdom Can't Depend on a Business"


A smart city is a huge system with a very wide scope and a complex system. It requires a joint effort of all parties during the construction process. This is a broad consensus. According to incomplete statistics, more than 2,000 enterprises in China have participated in the construction of smart cities. The integration of all parties' capabilities has played a key role in the construction of an ecosystem.


Huawei and China Electronics Technology Corporation, as leading companies in the construction of smart cities in China, have jointly promoted the construction of a smart city eco-industrial chain and become an important driving force for the development of smart cities.


Cai Yinghua, president of Huawei Enterprise BG China, believes that to achieve urban intelligence, one cannot rely on a single company. A smart city is a complex and huge system. It is difficult for a single company to advance quickly. It requires integration of resources and deep collaboration among enterprises. Huawei strives to play the role of “soil and energy” in ecology, adhere to the pipeline strategy, and build a new ecological city of smart cities by merging industrial chain partners to make cities more intelligent.


In July of this year, Huawei released the Smart City Ecosphere Action Plan. The first 21 partners announced their participation in Huawei's smart city ecosystem, including China Electronics, Aerospace Science, Founder International, Yihualu, and Cathay Pacific. At present, Huawei has more than 1,100 partners at the solution level and has more than 5,500 partners at the investment, financing, integration, operations, sales, and service levels. Huawei's Smart City applications implemented with partners include smart government, smart policing, smart transportation, smart education, and smart streetlights. Based on smart government affairs, safe city, GIS platform and city operation center, more than 10 joint solutions will be launched this year.


Zhang Dongchen, deputy general manager of China Electronics Technology Corporation, expressed the same point of view. He believes that "the view of China Electronics Engineering coincides with Huawei's ecosystem program." He introduced that China Telecom’s new smart city enterprise alliance has now gathered more than 60 members, and Huawei is its core member. Focusing on the Central Government's guidelines for the construction of smart cities, in the past year China Electronics has completed the top-level design of multiple cities and realized the common prosperity, sharing and modernization of smart cities in accordance with the "six ones" system construction concept.


The overall architecture of Huawei's smart city solutions is "one cloud, two networks and three platforms" - creating a smart city's nervous system and enabling smart applications. The cloud data center provided by Huawei has the most comprehensive features of the distributed architecture, open source platform, and cloud industrial chain. Huawei is a leader in global network technology and NB-IoT standards. It provides the industry's most lightweight LiteOS for the Internet of Things, with more features, more coverage, and ultra-low power consumption. Huawei and partners jointly provide a big data service support platform, an ICT service application enablement platform, and a city operation management platform.


According to reports, at present, Huawei's smart city solutions have served more than 100 cities in more than 40 countries. In 2016, Huawei won more than 20 smart city projects and signed strategic cooperation with 43 cities.