Huawei has released the OceanConnect IoV (Internet of Vehicles) Platform at CEBIT 2018. As the “digital engine” of intelligent and connected vehicles, Huawei’s OceanConnect IoV Platform provides four key enablers for the transformation of manufacturers:
- Connectivity enabler: The platform supports hundreds of millions of connections and millions of high concurrent connections to ensure secure and reliable connectivity for vehicles. Additionally, a global public cloud deployment gives global automobile manufacturers access to intelligent services to meet their operational requirements.
- Data enabler: By collecting and analyzing vehicle Big Data such as vehicle conditions and driving behaviors, the Platform creates “Digital Twins” of people and vehicles on the cloud. It enables intelligent content distribution and service recommendations based on the accurate analysis of these driving behaviors and travel scenarios.
- Ecosystem enabler: The OceanConnect IoV Platform helps automobile manufacturers to control digital assets through the separated structure of data and business. Third-party content and applications are integrated to build an ecosystem centered on automobile manufacturers.
- Evolution enabler: The IoV platform will be developed in cooperation with Vehicle-to-Everything (V2X) to enable vehicles to communicate with each other and their environment. From intelligent bike to the coordination of intelligent cars and roads, this platform enables intelligent, safe and efficient transportation systems of the future.
Huawei is also working with PSA Group and has rolled out the what it claims world’s largest OEM Connected Vehicle project to date. The first automobile model, DS 7 CROSSBACK, was developed on Huawei’s OceanConnect IoV Platform, and has been released in China and Europe, providing innovative mobility services to consumers.
Huawei has also commenced strategic cooperation and joint innovation with China FAW Group and Guangzhou Automobile Group.