Huawei customers major winners at Smart City Expo

Huawei Technologies wins global innovation award in Barcelona, Spain

Huawei Technologies wins global innovation award in Barcelona, Spain

by SAVIOUS KWINIKA recently in Barcelona, Spain
BARCELONA, (CAJ News) – IN line with Huawei’s commitment to enabling good governance, promoting industry development and delivering benefits for the people, four of the company’s customers were recognized for their outstanding Smart City achievements at the just-ended World Congress in Barcelona, Spain.

The projects won accolades or were finalists for esteemed awards.

Shenzhen in China won the Safe City Award with its Smart Transportation project.

Yanbu in Saudi Arabia won the Data and Technology Award with its Smart City project.

In addition, Weifang in China was one of the finalists for the City Award with its Smart City 3.0 project, while Cameroon was nominated for the Innovation Idea Award with its solar energy project.

These cities have all leveraged Huawei’s Smart City solutions customized to meet city management needs across different regions and at different levels of development.

The solutions drive digital transformation to improve city administration, create sustainable economies and enable efficient public services.

“Together with our customers and partners, we are moving towards achieving these goals by improving city governance and service capabilities, helping to develop the local economy and stimulate innovation, and making cities more livable,” said Yan Lida, President of Huawei Enterprise Business Group.

– CAJ News




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