In 2016, 90 Seeds for the Future groups, hailing from over 80 countries, visited Huawei's Shenzhen HQ
In 2016, 90 Seeds for the Future groups, hailing from over 80 countries, visited Huawei's Shenzhen HQmedia.firstname.lastname@example.org Download(8.49MB)
With the help of a scanner, a Huawei technician uploads the weight of a product into the IT systems supporting operations at the Huawei European Supply Center in Páty, Hungary. Keeping track of the weight of each item stored in the center makes handling, stacking, and shipping easier and more efficient. One of the most advanced in Europe, the logistics center is fully covered by 5G networks that enable the operation of multiple intelligent applications that together make the facility a smart one. 2022 photo.
Huawei, in partnership with the Communications Ministry and Education Ministry of Ghana launched a program in August 2022 to teach digital technologies to 100,000 high school girls. The program focuses on artificial intelligence, privacy protection, and cyber security so that students can use the internet safely. The program kicked off at St. Mary’s Vocational Institute and Tamale Girls Senior High in the country’s north.
Increasingly active in foundational sciences, Huawei employs hundreds of research chemists worldwide. This photo shows Zhan Ge (left) with a colleague in a lab in China in mid-2023. A silver medalist at the 2012 International Chemistry Olympiad, Zhan is now a research chemist at Huawei.
Technicians above ground at the Yanqianshan Iron Mine of the Ansteel Mining Group in Liaoning, China. Using Wi-Fi 6, many operations taking place 300m below ground can be remotely controlled or monitored from above. The smart solution boosts operational productivity as well as the safety of miners who do not have to be exposed to dust, noise, and possible shaft collapses. Photo shot in 1H 2023.
With help of Huawei-supplied AI and Huawei Cloud, researchers and conservationists in Mexico confirmed in May 2023 the presence of at least five jaguars at a nature reserve in Dzilam, Yucatan, in the country's southeast. The ongoing project (as of May 2023) involves the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN), Polytechnic University of Yucatan, C Minds’ AI for Climate initiative, Rainforest Connection, the local community of Dzilam, and the government authorities of Yucatan.