Huawei is determined to bring new technologies related to automotive and continually working to make new technologies. In this line, Huawei recently released an abnormal behavior detection, traffic light detection, and safe speed determination patent related to smart cars in a row.
According to the latest news from the Chinese intellectual property patent database, Huawei released a new patent entitled “a method for calling a vehicle, a smart car and a device” with the publication number CN112997126A.
This patent related to smart vehicle technologies applied back in December 2020 and gets clearance on the 18th of May 2021. The application area of this patent revolves around smart cars and smart connected wheels.
The data mentioned in the patent abstract informs that this method will help a user fetch his vehicle using some selected body gestures for a better user experience.
Implementing this solution will help the drivers avoid struggling to get into the car in confined spaces in parking. As well as, the damage and scratches in car doors caused during clashing with the surroundings can also be reduced.
Besides, Huawei also released a demonstrative video of LYSA, who is the company’s first digital art persona. She is designed with the most advanced technology and will be a TV host. (Read Full Story)
Huawei published a new patent in field of drone technology
Back in 2020, Huawei applied for a patent a method and device for a drone to follow a vehicle in the field of drone technology. Now, this patent has been published 0n December 3, 2021, with announcement number CN113741506A in China.
Huawei patent related to drone technology application shows that the drone can follow the vehicle in real-time and improve the accuracy of the drone’s recognition of the vehicle. Additionally, it can adjust the flight trajectory in time according to the relevant information of the vehicle so that the flight trajectory is more consistent. The actual driving trajectory of the vehicle.
The patent description discloses that a method and device for drones to follow a vehicle, in which the vehicle includes a vehicle device. The vehicle terminal includes a V2X Communication module, including a V2X communication module on the UAV.
The method includes: the drone receives the relevant information of the vehicle sent by the vehicle-mounted device. The relevant information of the vehicle includes the driving speed of the vehicle, the heading angle information of the vehicle, and the first position of the vehicle.
The drone is based on the relevant information of the vehicle predicts a second position to which the vehicle will travel, where the second position is a position after the first position. The drone adjusts the flight trajectory according to the predicted second position, in order to follow the vehicle.
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Huawei published new patent technology to detect automatic driving system failure
Huawei has recently published a new patent for detecting automatic driving systems with announcement number CN113741374. However, the Chinese tech maker filed this patent back in May 2019 to the China Intellectual Property office.
The patent technology can also detect the failure reason of the automatic driving system, and use the detected automatic driving system to control the driving of the vehicle. The technical solution proposed in this application helps to improve the overall safety of the vehicle.
For a long time, Huawei is focused on two major sectors automobile technology and semiconductor technology. The Chinese tech maker has aimed to become a top technology supplier that why it is inventing new methods in form of patents.
This latest Huawei patent is related to a method for detecting an automatic driving system and a method for controlling the driving of a vehicle based on the automatic driving system. According to the patent description, the data collected by sensors of multiple vehicles in a target driving scenario are acquired, and the automatic driving system to be detected is used to acquire the target vehicle based on these data.
The trajectory information during driving in the target driving scene is compared, and the trajectory information is compared with the preset trajectory information. According to the comparison result, it is judged whether the automatic driving system fails when driving in the target driving scene.
Huawei received approval for chip cracks detection device: Patent
On December 3, a new Huawei patent entitled “a device for detection chip cracks” was published with announcement number CN1137484895A in China. As per the China Intellectual Property database, the company applied for this patent on May 31, 2019.
This new Huawei chip crack detection device is an invention that can reduce the interference to the functional circuit while realizing crack detection. It seems that now the Chinese tech giant is focusing on-chip technologies.
The patent application reveals that the device includes: a functional circuit (110) and a split detection module (120) located around the functional circuit (110). Among them, the split detection module (120) includes a front-end device layer (121) and a layered structure (122) arranged on the front-end device layer (121).
A wire (L) is formed in the layered structure (122), one or more first capacitors (C1) are formed in the channel device layer (121). The first end of the wire (L) is used to connect the positive pole of the power supply, and the second end of the wire (L) is used to connect the negative pole of the power supply.
The first capacitor (C1) is connected in parallel between the first end of the wire (L) and the wire (L) Between the second ends, a detection interface is provided between the first end and the second end of the wire (L), and the detection interface is used to detect whether the chip is broken
Huawei patents for chip packaging component process:
On November 26, 2021, the Huawei patent entitled to a chip packaging component, an electronic device, and a manufacturing process of the chip packaging component patent has passed and been published with a number CN113707623A in China. This patent technology can better solve part of the heat dissipation problem. (Read more)
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