Vehicles Enjoy Connectivity with New Range of Telematics Solutions from Huawei

By Shankar Pandiath February 27, 2013

Huawei, a world-renowned information and technology solutions provider, announced the unveiling of a new range of products that heralds its entry into the world of telematics solutions.

At the currently underway Mobile World Congress 2013, Huawei displayed its LTE and 3G module, which is vehicle-compatible. Other highlighted products include ME909T and MU609T, DA6810, mobile 3G hotspot and on-board diagnostic 3-G box.

These products from Huawei are practical developments that provide vehicle-stable wireless services irrespective of the weather conditions outside.

Vehicle owners and drivers need not worry about the terrain, inclement weather and power supply. For the automotive industry, this brings fantastic opportunities for development in their new models – a dream come true for car owners everywhere.

Kevin Liu, vice president, Huawei Consumer Business Group, Mobile Broadband Division, said their company is jubilant in announcing the unveiling of the smart vehicle era. The newly available products are set to integrate electronic automotive technologies with wireless communications.

Telematics solutions from Huawei enable transportation vehicles including cars to exist in a seamless mobile wireless environment. Users may enjoy the benefits associated with state-of-the-art ICT services.

ME909T and Mu609T are the first LTE and 3G vehicular communication modules. Pin-to-pin compatibility and specific catering to power consumption, and a temperature-controlled environment related to the automotive industry, are just some features of these communication modules.

MU609T supports approximately 14.4 M under HSPA+ network, and ME909T supports a maximum of 100 Mbps under the LTE network. Both of these modules remain preinstalled with eCall and GPS.

 In addition to this, FOTA firmware remote upgrade capabilities make the integration of new technologies easy into existing ME909T and Mu609T modules. Leading car manufacturers recognize the strengths associated with ME909T and Mu609T, and are all set to integrate this brand new technology into some of the top vehicle brands.

The DA6810 Wi-Fi 3G Box facilitates the creation of Wi-Fi 3G hotspots and provides high-speed broadband connectivity to mobile environments while on the go. Once the installation with Wi-Fi DA6810 3G Box is complete, the vehicle transforms into an interactive, networked, high-tech entity that provides owners with super quality in audiovisual entertainment, and a high-speed Internet experience.

DA3100 entails data transferring with on-board diagnostics, allowing fleet management companies and insurance providers to retrieve location information, driver habits and vehicle conditions. Vehicle owners can activate car horns, windows and headlights from a remote setting using a set of smartphone applications.

Real-time information transfers can occur easily through this in car system, and it occurs through a 3G network using telematics service provider/third-party entity platforms.

The beauty of DA3100, though, is that its installation is easy and extremely powerful – and considers no limits to geography or type of vehicle.

Huawei is a landmark in the world of information technology, with service and product deployments in over 140 different countries.

Edited by Braden Becker

IoTevolutionworld Contributor

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