Huawei Electric Technology Co. was established on September 8 with a registered capital of 250 million yuan and legal representative Wang Jun, Tianyancha data showed.
The company's business scope includes engineering and technology research and test development, sales of smart in-vehicle equipment, smart in-vehicle equipment manufacturing and sales of smart in-vehicle equipment.
Huawei Electric Technology Co Ltd is 100% owned by Huawei Technologies Co Ltd.
Although Huawei has repeatedly stated that it will not build cars and will only help car companies build them better, Huawei's investment in the automotive industry is still highly watched.
Previously, Huawei Technologies underwent industrial and commercial changes and the company's business scope added the development, production, sales, and service of auto parts and intelligent systems.
Huawei Technologies has also added a number of patents, including "a method and terminal device for automated driving of a motor vehicle," "a method and device for controlling the direction of a smart car," and "a method and device for controlling the direction of a traffic light. Identification methods, systems, computing devices, and smart cars".
At the 2020 China Automotive Forum on August 14, Huawei announced three major Harmony in-vehicle OS systems, and also announced that a large number of partners have been developing based on Harmony OS.
According to Wang Jun, president of Huawei Smart Car Solutions BU, the three Harmony OS are - Harmony cabin OS HOS, smart driving OS AOS and smart car control OS VOS, which are related to the cabin, driving, and control system of the smart car respectively.
Wang Jun said that there are already a large number of partners developing HOS and AOS, and VOS intelligent car control operating system can already support a number of chip suppliers including NXP NXP.
At the Huawei Developer Conference to be held tomorrow, Harmony OS 2.0 is expected to be unveiled, which will allow Harmony OS to be used further from smart screens in PCs, watches/bracelets, and in-car systems.