Huawei has facilitated customers such as Singapore’s Land Transport Authority (LTA), Hong Kong MTR, Turkey TCDD, and Germany’s Deutsche Bahn (DB) to accelerate their digitalisation by integrating new technologies with traditional infrastructure, Senior Vice President of Huawei APAC Enterprise Business Group Aaron Wang said.
We believe railway digitalisation will lead to better mobility in the future,” Wang stated.
Wang came up with this statement while speaking at the concluding event of Asia-Pacific Railway Forum 2021, themed ‘Smart Rail, Better Future Mobility’ recently.
The event attracted more than 1300 railway industry customers, partners, experts, and media drawn from across the APAC region.
Core Huawei railway industry customers and partners including the Hong Kong Mass Transit Railway Corporation (MTR), Singapore Mass Rapid Transit Limited (SMRT), and the professional services firm Arup Group Limited participated in a panel discussion, sharing their experiences on the importance of achieving operational efficiency for urban mass transit systems, particularly through driverless operations and workflow management.
Participants at the forum explored the innovations to achieve operational efficiency for urban mass transit systems, particularly through driverless operations and workflow management.
In a virtual visit to its exhibition hall, Huawei demonstrated how the latest innovations in ICT are deployed in the railway industry, enabling digital transformation, from the Huawei SmartLi Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) to OptiX Solutions and Huawei AirEngine Wi-Fi 6.
Huawei SmartLi UPS delivers a battery life at least double that of traditional lead-acid battery solutions, with a highly reliable design and wider coverage for input voltage.
It can also be deployed in harsh operating environments, where the mains power supply is either unstable or entirely lacking, providing a unified platform that supports access to multiple energy sources, which effectively saves customer investment.