Huawei held the European Innovation Day 2022 last month and 2020 is the tenth year that Huawei hosted this event where Huawei and its partners presented insights on how technology innovation can advance digitalization, green energy transition, biodiversity conservation and talent cultivation.
During the event, Huawei shows several 5G use cases for different industry scenarios, including logistics, ports, and mining with private 5G mobile networks in its 5G demo truck.
Jeff Wang, President of Public Affairs and Communications Department at Huawei, opened the summit: “At Huawei, we believe that we can lead innovation for the future through continuous investment in research and development.
Green Energy Transition
“We are making good progress towards reducing greenhouse gases. Digitization will be extremely necessary in the energy supply, innovative solutions must come to the fore, and we have placed all of these on Hungary’s investment map,” said Márk Alföldy-Boruss, Deputy State Secretary for Energy at the Ministry of Technology and Industry.
5G Enables Innovation for a Smart Europe
Huawei is the source of many innovative 5G-powered solutions in Europe.
“In Greece, Huawei and Nova collaborated with Greek startup PROBOTEK to develop and successfully implement an innovative solution for early detection of fires and immediate intervention using 5G, Artificial Intelligence and drone technology. This pilot project was a collaborative initiative aiming to address a problem with social, environmental and economic implications,” said George Delaportas, Co-Founder and CEO of PROBOTEK.