Last week, Hauwei debuted its Smart Home project at the Mobile World Congress 2021 event. The new project follows the company’s core design concept of building smart homes for the future.
During the MWC Shanghai 2021 event, Chinese technology giant Huawei showcased an area of 550 m2 in total, which included the installation of a living room, kitchen, study, home gym, entertainment room, and garage.
Yet this living space boasts a difference. Employing wireless technologies made from the company’s products, the aim of the project is to offer customers a ‘comfortable, intelligent and immersive Smart Home experience’ for the Internet of Things era.
Hauwei demonstrated the enormous potential of its Smart Home prototype by showcasing the living room where just a few words can wake up the smart assistant and enable the Back Home mode. This mode will turn on the air conditioning and air purifier, while also turning on warm lights and closing the curtains.
When entering the garage, the doors to the car can open directly through your phones, which can also be synced to other mobile applications and services like music and navigation as well.
According to Huawei, smart home isn’t simply about adding more IoT products, rather, it aims on how these devices connect and form a ‘virtual world.’ In other words, it aims to build an extension of human senses, while also improving how users interact with these devices by developing a ‘repertoire of intuitive voice and gesture commands.’
At the moment, the brand has more than 800 partners in its HiLink platform which covers over 220 million IoT devices and aims to bring more than 40 mainstream brands to provide 100 million HarmonyOS based products to households.