A Chinese tech maker – Honghu Wanlian (Jiangsu) Technology Development, a subsidiary of iSoftStone (a Chinese firm) has successfully developed a software-based on Huawei HarmonyOS open source project – OpenHarmony. According to the information, the OpenAtom foundation has approved the release of SwanLinkOS software and awarded the induction into the HarmonyOS OpenHarmony ecosystem product compatibility list along with a certificate.
Honghu Wanlian fully undertakes iSoftStone’s HarmonyOS + SwanLinkOS strategy to focus on the research and development and industrialization of smart IoT operating systems.
Honghu Wanlian said that this new software release is directed toward a safer, smarter, and more convenient whole scenario distributed operating system in the transportation field. The company will soon release a final version of this software for the transportation industry.
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The SwanLinkOSsoftware release for the transportation industry is adapted to the OpenHarmony 3.1 Release version and supports mainstream chipsets such as Rockchip RK3399 and RK3568.
The software version has a wide range of traffic usage scenarios and can be applied to road condition monitoring, electronic monitoring, big data analysis of road conditions, smart shipping terminals, marine communication equipment, various screen equipment for ships, intelligent maritime search, and rescue equipment and other transportation fields.
What is OpenHarmony:
Back in March, OpenAtom foundation launched OpenHarmony 3.1 with a bunch of features that are based on the last featured version along with compatibility for more devices.
OpenHarmony is an open-source smart device operating system with the main code contributed by Huawei and co-constructed by a number of companies.
OpenHarmony is building a device equipment ecosystem for the consumer market and industry market. providing a unified and integrated digital innovation basic platform for industries.
(via – ithome)