Chen Guofang, President of the Information Engineering Research Institute of BYD Signal & Communication Company Limited, explores how developing smart solutions can support the improvements to urban rail efficiency and the passenger experience.
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With the expected introduction of 5G on railways, which will inevitably result in the application of more technologically advanced capabilities – such as IoT or AI – Huawei is on hand to support railway operators in improving their digitalisation efforts, enabling advances in safety and security across all aspects of…
With a wide range of digital solutions - including its Smart Rail ICT architecture, AirFlash 5G Microwave enterprise solution and Urban Rail Cloud platform - Huawei is supporting the rail industry in its efforts to digitalise, particularly in the areas of connectivity, cloud infrastructure and artificial intelligence, in order to…
Huawei helps to implement a highly reliable, elastic and evolvable end-to-end communications network that improves safety and reliability.
Huawei’s cloud solutions, including its Digital Urban Rail and eLTE Wireless Communications solutions, are helping to manage the increasing scale of urban rail lines.
On 18 August 2020, Shenzhen Metro Lines 6 and 10 were officially opened. They are the first to comprehensively apply Huawei's Urban Rail Cloud Solution in China, as well as the first batch of metro lines with full 5G coverage in Shenzhen. They also create a record in the rail…
Low cost and convenience are among the top choices for citizens for choosing to travel on urban rail transit networks. However, as the systems continue to gain popularity, increased passenger volumes are now contributing to a poor passenger experience. How can increasing scale and passenger volume be managed effectively, and…
Modern urban rail transit systems should operate with low energy consumption but with high efficiency. Huawei can improve these systems by implementing digitalisation with its ICT technologies. Wang Xiaoqiang, Solution Director for Transportation at Huawei, explains more.