HUAWEI unveiled its first . The 550 m2 house includes a living room, kitchen, office, home gym, entertainment room and garage.
Smart Home is a key component in HUAWEI’s Seamless AI Life device interaction ecosystem strategy. The project combines technologies such as HUAWEI HiLink, HarmonyOS, and HUAWEI HiCar, and uses an AI-based voice assistant to control smart home systems.
The user only needs to say a few words to turn on the voice assistant and activate “Return Home” mode, in which the smart home system will start the air purifier, turn on the lights, and automatically close the curtains.
The smart home kitchen is equipped with appliances running HarmonyOS. You can connect to them with the touch of a smartphone. The steamer, blender, and other kitchen appliances are loaded with recipes that make cooking easier.
The living room features a 65-inch 4K TV HUAWEI Vision and a HUAWEI Sound X B-speaker system. The user will be able to select a movie on the HUAWEI Video platform, in the AiMax Cinema section.
The smart home gym has a golf simulator, where you can train under the control of HUAWEI WATCH GT 2 Pro smartwatch, recording the number of strokes, ball speed and the amount of calories burned. In turn, smart watch HUAWEI WATCH FIT will help during the exercises on the rowing machine and other cardio and anaerobic workouts, providing an assessment of the body, the recommended recovery time and making individual recommendations. And HUAWEI Vision TV with AI Fitness function will help you during yoga classes and other challenging exercises. The technology analyzes body position with intelligent algorithms, recognizes the pose and gives useful advice in real time.
In the garage, the user can open the car door with a smartphone. After the ignition is turned on, mobile apps and services such as navigation and music will automatically switch to the car’s multimedia system. The connected home appliances can be controlled from the control panel screen. For example, when driving up to the house, the air conditioning and lighting can be turned on remotely from the car.
Since HUAWEI announced its entry into the smart home market in 2018, its branded ecosystem of connected devices has expanded significantly. The launch of the HarmonyOS operating system promises to further accelerate its development. HUAWEI currently has more than 800 partners in the HiLink platform, which covers more than 220 million IoT devices. HarmonyOS has so far attracted more than 20 hardware manufacturers and 280 application developers to build the HUAWEI ecosystem. More than 40 popular brands are expected to partner with HUAWEI in 2021 to bring more than 100 million HarmonyOS-powered devices to market.
The presentation at MWC Shanghai 2021 reaffirmed that HUAWEI is betting on , laying the foundation for the ecosystem with HUAWEI HiLink and HarmonyOS.