On 27th October 2021, Huawei hosts an event which was its annual flagship European Innovation Day in Vienna, Austria. The entire event revolves around a low carbon environment, the digital economy, and talent cultivation.
“Innovate for a Sustainable Europe” was the theme of this event under which Huawei made four major announcements. The Huawei Vienna event was witnessed by many industry leaders and the company’s chief executives that mainly include
- Catherine Chen, Senior Vice President, and Board Member, Huawei
- Heinz Fischer, Former President, Austria
- Phillip Gan, President of CEE & Nordic Region, Huawei
- Dr. Jaime Gonzalo, Huawei Mobile Services VP, Europe
- Felix Muller, Chief Executive Officier, DRONE TECH
- Radoslaw Kedzia, Vice President of CEE & Nordic Region, Huawei
It’s worth mentioning that, this event was the first of its kind to broadcast with the 5G live streaming. The global audience confronts live speeches, 5G demo truck, smart mining, AR gaming, and more. Let’s take a detailed look at the main highlights of the Huawei Vienna event.
Austria Tech4all Guardian: Nature and Environment
Huawei has launched various sustainability projects keeping the Tech4all Guardian as the main highlight. However, another NGO Rainforest Connection project that concerns Amazon’s biodiversity is in running state currently.
This new Tech4all Guardian project will work incorporation with Vienna University and RFCx. Furthermore, its site area will be Lake Neusiedl in Seewinkel National Park. On top of this, the Chinese tech will provide its intelligent software systems to research the impacts of climate change on biodiversity. Simultaneously, it’ll also develop new data-based environmental protection measures.
Launch 5G-based Innovations: Digital Europe
At the Huawei Vienna event, the company explicated many assuring headways in different areas. It further includes 5G-powered robots, smart agriculture technologies, and more. To be more precise the 5G robots were implanted in Vienna hospitals meanwhile the first fully connected 5G smart port in Hungary.
In addition, drones and 5G are becoming the future of agriculture helping to identify the fertilizer or water field remotely. Furthermore, the company also announced the goal of the Ministry of Agriculture and the 2030 Agenda.
Seeds for the Future: New Scholarship Program
Undoubtedly, the new scholarship program was the main highlight of this Huawei event in Vienna. The company believes in providing a skilled workforce to the country. Besides, cooperation between companies and universities is the simplest way to maintain it.
According to the info, Huawei has trained more than 30,000 ICT professionals in Europe in the last decade. Now, the company announced to invest 2.5 million euros to polish the ICT skills of the students. Thereby, the company is cooperating with the top universities and academics to cultivate new talents.
Huawei Mobile Services Updates: Developer Innovation
The executives also emphasize Huawei’s commitment to the assistance vision across all areas of technical innovation. It’ll announce multiple support programs to offer young developers across the world. To date, it has over 5.1 million registered developers connected with over 730 million monthly active users around the globe.