At HUAWEI CONNECT 2020, Peng Zhongyang, President of Enterprise BG, Huawei, has delivered a keynote speech on the theme, ‘Paradigm Shift for Greater Value.’
Zhongyang stated that the shift to a new paradigm of industrial digital transformation was urgently needed for the development of our future intelligent society.
To drive industrial digitalisation and construct the new paradigm, he called for the need to focus on clients’ demands and dreams, to realise the new paradigm by scenario-based innovation, “and through the synergy across five tech domains to establish a digital ecosystem for mutual benefits with joint creation” while creating new value for industries.
In 2018, Huawei’s logistics park in Dongguan underwent a transformation that lasted for half a year. With the help of automated equipment and intelligent algorithms, delivery efficiency (volume of goods delivered per capita) increased by 67 per cent, and the delivery cycle shortened by over 50 per cent.
Zhongyang explained further, “There are three decisive factors while digitalising scenarios. The first one is the cutting-edge technology, allowing the integration of information and communication technology with core scenarios. The second one is industry know-how, where we should seek industrial insights in depth and understand the industrial knowledge.
“Finally, it is all about execution. That is to put all these into practice, turning theories into reality with continuous exploration and innovation.”
According to a statement by Huawei, in the digitalised era, the essence of business is to “make the cake bigger” and achieve win-win results rather than compete in the zero-sum game.
Currently, Huawei has built on the 100 scenario-based solutions, creating more industrial value associated with partners.
“You can’t find a new land with an old map,” Zhongyang said, calling on clients to embrace changes, and craft a new paradigm of industrial digital transformation for a greater future.
Chen Jinzu, General Manager of Shenzhen Airport Group, said the airport was a pioneer in digital transformation, contributing to building a smart civic airport with the “wisdom and experience” of Shenzhen.
In a similar vein, Tang Shaojie, General Manager of Shenzhen Metro Group, pointed out that that as the backbone of public transportation, Shenzhen Metro would facilitate station-city integration, a high degree of amalgamation of multiple transportation modes across Shenzhen and the region, and joint construction of the “Greater Bay Area on the track,” with a smart city initiative.
In appreciating global partners for their efforts in driving business growth and shared success over the past years, Huawei has presented them with outstanding partner awards of 2020.