Dubai show on Huawei solutions
Leading global ICT solutions provider Huawei has showcased its latest infrastructure and utilities technologies in Dubai, supporting the region’s ongoing Smart City adoption plans at this year’s IoTx event. It exhibited its newly launched Connected Cities Lighting Solution, an innovative…

Leading global ICT solutions provider Huawei has showcased its latest infrastructure and utilities technologies in Dubai, supporting the region’s ongoing Smart City adoption plans at this year’s IoTx event.

It exhibited its newly launched Connected Cities Lighting Solution, an innovative Internet of Things solution for city street lighting. It uses a GIS-based management system, enabling city’s utility management to enhance the control and performance on every street.

A Huawei official said the Connected City Lighting Solution is just one of many examples where the company is taking a leadership role in developing large-scale IoT solutions to create smarter, more efficient cities.

The company has finalised its partnership with Landis+Gyr AG to jointly develop smart metering solutions for Middle East market, based on Huawei’s Hi-PLC module and Landis+Gyr’s E350 modular electricity meter.

“We realise that Smart City initiatives will continue to rely heavily on innovation by technology leaders like Huawei as key enablers of smarter services in many verticals; from government to transportation, utilities, education and healthcare,” said Nazir.

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