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Huawei showcased digital twin project for Tianjin Port at MWC 2023

By Cheng Yu | | Updated: 2023-03-01 11:44
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Visitors stand next to Chinese manufacturer Huawei stand at the Mobile World Congress (MWC), the telecom industry's biggest annual gathering, in Barcelona on Feb 28, 2023. [Photo/VCG]

Huawei Technologies Co showcased its latest smart road and smart port solutions at the ongoing Mobile World Congress 2023, as part of its broader push to leverage digital technologies, such as 5G and artificial intelligence, to advance industrial digital transformation.

Huawei's smart horizontal transportation solution is one of the company's key solutions for smart ports. The Tianjin Port Second Container Terminal has used the solution to build a smart port powered by 5G and Level 4 autonomous driving.

At the Tianjin port, 76 intelligent guided vehicles have been routinely operating autonomously for over a year, relieving shortages in drivers and increasing the port's efficiency.

York Yue, CTO of Huawei's smart road, waterway and port business unit, said smart horizontal transportation using 5G networks and IGVs is ideal for container terminals. Section C of the Beijiang Port Area in the Tianjin Port is the first terminal to deploy Huawei's Smart Horizontal Transportation Solution, which has achieved large-scale, commercial and regular operations.

This marks progress for the entire port industry. Huawei hopes that Tianjin Port's experience can be used as a reference for industry development and inspire innovative ideas.

Huawei's 5G+ Smart Port Project won the Best Mobile Innovation for Connected Economy from GSMA at MWC 2022.

The business unit also exhibited its four solutions for smart roads at the MWC 2023, namely, multi-dimensional highway awareness, all-optical intersection, roadway networking and intelligent traffic system. The solutions draw on Huawei's leading information communications technology and extensive industry experience to support road construction, management, maintenance, operations and services. This results in smart roads that are open, shared, advanced and ready for future evolution, Huawei said.

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