On the afternoon of March 31, Huawei held an online press conference and released its 2020 annual performance report.
Subsequently, the media asked the planning and development of Huawei smart car in the Q & A session,
Huawei’s rotating chairman Ken Hu said:
“The current car is a hot topic, Huawei as the ICT industry if you do not involve the car a bit behind the times,
the car industry and As other industries have reached the point of digital transformation,
the future development direction of automobiles must be electrification and intelligence, and this trend will not change. “
Huawei has stated many times before that it will not build cars.
Instead, it will focus on ICT technology and be a supplier of incremental components for smart cars to help automakers build good cars.
Hu Houkun said that for Huawei, the ICT technology and innovation accumulated over the years has a lot of room for digitization in the automotive industry.
Huawei will provide services and assistance to car companies in the areas of Internet of Vehicles, smart cockpits,
autonomous driving, voice interaction, and power management.
It is reported that Huawei has launched the HMS for Car cloud service solution several times in cooperation with car companies.
Based on the rich application ecosystem of Huawei terminal cloud services,
it can provide high-quality interactive experience for cars and machines in the form of fast applications based on real-time networks, including Car application market,
Huawei Smart Assistant and other functions.
It can also be combined with Huawei’s 1+8+N full-scenario smart life strategy to realize the interconnection and intercommunication of mobile phones,watches, speakers, smart screens, smart homes and other devices with vehicle data to create a full-scenario smart travel experience.
including charging solutions, lidars, and autonomous driving chips, covering all aspects of the entire automobile.
Among them, the chip that Huawei previously provided for BAIC has 352Tops of computing power,
which is the top chip in the current mass-produced car.