Huawei M2M Solutions: Android Rear-View Mirror, Smart Grid and more

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Huawei is exhibiting their Machine to Machine (M2M) solutions at Cebit 2012 until March 10, 2012.

They are showcasing Smart Meter solutions with home energy gateways, smart gas meters, smart electric meters, in-home displays.. all communicating via Zigbee. Their solution is currently being implement in the UK market. They are also exhibiting diverse modules (mainly based on Freescale i.MX5 processor) featuring Huawei 3G technology that could be used in tablets among other things.

Rear-view mirror with an operating system
Rear-view Mirror Running Android 2.3

But the thing is really found interesting was their M2M solutions for the auto industry especially the Android car rear-view mirror where you can have the left half of the rear-view mirror displaying a menu so that you can access apps such as GPS maps, control your music or your phone and see information about your car.

Here are some details above this rear-view mirror:

  • Samsung SP5V210 Cortex A8 Processor
  • 4.3″ TFT capacitive touchscreen – Resolution: 800×480
  • Operating System: Android 2.3 or WinCE 5.0
  • Camera: 2.0 MPixel
  • GPS support with antenna built-in the rear-view mirror.
  • G-sensor (why?) / Bluetooth / 3G: WCDMA or CDMA2000 or TD-SCDMA
  • Voice recognition

You can watch the video showing Huawei M2M solutions below starting with automotive solutions, different system on modules and finally their smart meter solutions.

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