IoT as a Service

IoT is a large and complex system because different things have different connectivity requirements. For telcos, there are three phases of IoT expansion: Connectivity Provider, Service Provider, and Data Operator. Service focus varies with each phase, while the benefits increase as operators move through the phases.

With the first five areas based on NB-IoT, Huawei considers the following ten to be the most suitable for operators: smart meters, smart parking, smart tracking, smart street lamps, smart agriculture, smart homes, the Internet of Vehicles, fleet management, the Internet of Elevators, and retail.

Business Value

Enhanced Connectivity

Enables more IoT connections to be established on operators' networks

Open Ecosystem

Cooperates with global suppliers for the formation of local ecosystems

Improved Value

Facilitates operators in IoT service oriented transformation and data monetization

Success Stories

Related Solutions

Smart Water

In smart water, the biggest concerns are automatic meter reading and pipeline leakage and loss reduction in the water supply system.

Elevators Connection

Huawei cooperates with its partners to provide the Elevators Connection Solution which will backhaul elevators' data after collecting it in real time.

Smart Parking

As the vehicle population increases, parking is more and more difficult in urban areas. The main causes are as follows: Insufficient parking spaces...

Smart Home

Smart Home is a kind of home system based on the Internet of things, home appliances, sensors and services can be connected through the communication network...

Smart Logistics

Current freight logistics mainly accesses the GPRS, 3G, or Long Term Evolution (LTE) network in two hops. It uses vehicle-mounted terminals to upload data...

Connected City Lighting

Huawei Connected City Lighting Solution uses short- and long-distance communication technologies to control street lamps and promote the value-added service...

Internet of Vehicle

Huawei's quintessential solution is based upon core technologies which encompass IoT, cloud computing, and big data to provide an open and unified IoV solution.