21st Century Business Herald Ni Yuqing, Shenzhen Report
Recently, Huawei’s entry into the automotive industry chain has once again been heatedly debated.
According to the reporter, Dongfeng Motor Group and Huawei cooperated in the development of self-driving cars. The latest achievement is the Sharing-VAN mobile travel service platform, which will be unveiled at the Shanghai Auto Show held this week.
Last week, the Sharing-VAN mobile travel service platform built by Dongfeng Motor Group debuted. The mobile travel service platform combines LTE-V/5G, driverless, new energy electric vehicles, time-of-use leasing, and public travel services to explore the next generation of new modes of public travel services.
It is understood that Huawei's vehicle communication, 5G and cloud data center configurations will be applied to the car, providing information query, vehicle management, traffic scheduling and equipment management.
Dongfeng also teamed up with Huawei and Fuyang to create a “Smart Transportation City” system. According to the Hubei Daily News, Dongfeng Motor Group Co., Ltd., Fuyang Municipal Government, and Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. officially signed the “Strategic Cooperation Framework Agreement” in Fuyang.
In fact, Huawei and Dongfeng have cooperated for a long time. According to Huawei's official website, Dongfeng Group and Huawei have cooperated in 2014. In August 2018, Dongfeng Motor Group and Huawei deepened cooperation, and both parties will be new in the automobile (intelligent, network Jointization, electrification and sharing), cooperation in the field of enterprise information, and joint innovation based on cutting-edge technology.
In addition to Dongfeng, last year, Huawei and Audi announced joint innovations in the L4 autopilot industry, such as integrating the Huawei MDC mobile data center into the Audi Q7 prototype for urban autonomous driving environments.
The share price of Dongfeng Motor (SZ.600006), a listed company of Dongfeng Motor Group, fluctuated slightly in the morning.