Huawei teamed up with industry partners to host the Smart World 2030 conference. As part of his presentation on the Intelligent World in 2030, David Wang, CEO and President of Huawei’s ICT Products and Solutions Business, presented the report on the Intelligent World 2030 study. All of this helped Huawei conduct the Intelligent World 2030 study, which presents trends in the development and use of ICTs in the coming decade.
The report provides a study of eight interdisciplinary and intersectoral areas at the macro level. It describes how ICTs can help meet the critical challenges and challenges of human development, and outlines new opportunities for organizations and individuals to discover. At the industry level, the report outlines the future technologies and directions of communications networks, computing equipment, digital technologies and intelligent solutions in the field of vehicles.
David Wang commented: “30 years ago, we decided to improve the quality of life through communication technology. Today, Huawei’s vision and mission is to provide all people with access to digital technologies, implement them in every home and every organization, thus creating a world of smart devices connected in a single network. We are firmly convinced that an amazing era of the intellectual world is just around the corner. ”
The conference was also attended by many distinguished guests, including the famous futurist Steven Johnson; Chen Qingtuan, founder and alternate chairman of the board of the World Electric Vehicle Association (WEVA); Denis Depoe, Co-Chairman of the Board of Roland Berger; and Vice President of the Chinese Academy of Information and Communication Technology (CAICT) Wang Zhuiqin. They shared their ideas about the intellectual world and discussed how ICTs can help accelerate socio-economic development.
The exponential development of technology will benefit the entire society.
At the Smart World 2030 conference, Huawei for the first time presented a methodological study of the coming decade that will help make a great contribution to social development, especially in the areas of global digital transformation and the digital economy.
Let’s join our efforts as we enter the new decade to build a better and smarter world. ”
Intelligent World Outlook 2030
By 2030, the quality of life will improve, humanity will receive more food, more spacious homes, renewable energies and digital services, and transport traffic will, on the contrary, decrease. We have identified eight areas of research that will address the above needs.
The focus in this area will shift from treatment to prevention. High-precision medical solutions based on IoT and AI technologies will firmly enter our lives.
In 2030, vertical farms that are not affected by climate change will be deployed on a large scale, which will allow us to provide all people with organic food. F
The carbon footprint of our homes and offices will go down to zero. With next-generation IoT technologies, we will create an adaptive home environment that meets our needs.
Electric vehicles based on new energy sources will become a mobile “third space”. By 2030, as technologies such as augmented reality, glasses-free 3D displays, digital touch and smell, and digital vision continue to advance, we will be able to create truly unique and immersive experiences with next-generation networks. Under these conditions, the principles of network design will also change. Now they will focus not on human, but on machine perception. We will witness the emergence of multi-tier computing infrastructure for hundreds of billions of objects and massive amounts of data, as well as computing networks that support connectivity. In addition, four scenarios for the networks of the future will gradually become reality. We will see networks that will maintain a consistent quality of service at home, in the office and in transport, in the context of satellite broadband Internet, industrial Internet and the computer network.
Communication networks will become part of the smart world in 2030. Their development will focus on cubic broadband, deterministic experience, AI support, HCS technology, security and reliability, and carbon footprint minimization.
AI will be applied everywhere and will help us overcome human limitations. It will serve us as microscopes and telescopes for scientists, expanding the boundaries of our knowledge in all areas – from the smallest quarks to the most massive cosmological phenomena. Industries that already embrace digital technology will expand their capabilities with AI. The energy efficiency of computing equipment will increase significantly, bringing us closer to the era of zero carbon footprint computing.
Computing power is approaching its physical limits, so innovations in software, architecture and systems are needed.