Part 5 in a 6-part series on the universal infrastructure of smart cities looks at the connected city ecosystem.
What technology has the same impact on carbon dioxide emissions as planting 80 million trees, can reverse desertification & revive a local economy? [Video]
Agriculture experts Dr. Wayne Roberts and Jim Harris discuss what technology means for agriculture and how it will positively impact things like food safety, supply chains, resource use, and more. [Video]
Part 4 in this series on the universal framework for smart city construction.A look at what cross-industry collaboration means for enterprises and the evolution of intelligent cities.
An overview of the Huawei 2020 Global Financial Services Summit, which took place on June 10, plus an overview of our FSI strategy from VP William Genovese. [Video]
Part 3 in this series on the universal framework for smart city construction. Digital technologies are enabling industry convergence in a way that’s redefining industry boundaries and, for intelligent cities, powering new opportunities for growth in a number of ways.
With the cancellation of MWC due to COVID-19, Huawei went online to share its industry insights and new products. [Video]
Part 2 of this series looks at the role of eGovernance and city managers in Smart City construction. [Video]
In an increasingly data-driven world, it’s not surprising that data will be an integral facet of smart cities, from collection to storage to protection. Here’s what you need to know.
AMI communications networks are driven by the need for low-cost, low-bandwidth, delay-insensitive metering. So, what are the best solutions and networks?