From manual production to mechanization to electrification to today's automation and intelligence, each industrial revolution has driven human society to anew age of development.
Once we enter the AI-driven fourth industrial revolution, a qualitative breakthrough in productivity will be achieved, bringing revolutionary changes in production methods. In the automobile, aerospace, and manufacturing industries, the introduction of autonomous technologies is gathering momentum, spurring the rapid development of these sectors. In the ICT industry, which lies at the core of the information society, the demand for autonomous driving networks is even more pressing. As networks grow in scale and OPEX increases, structural issues in the industry are ever-more prominent.
As a significant contributor to the telecoms industry, Huawei is actively engaged in deliberating and exploring autonomous driving networks in partnership with operators and industry customers. The autonomous driving network is not a single product innovation, but an innovation in system architecture and business models. As such, the whole industry needs to collaborate to define clear standards to drive technological innovation and guide implementation.Focusing on service experience and operating efficiency, Huawei has released a five-level standard proposal for evolving the telecom industry towards the