The report relied on data provided by leading technical institutions at the global level, the plans they follow, and the developments that will determine the future of the technical sector over the next decade, through four specialized reports, based on 32 indicators.
Gavin Jay, Head of ICT Strategy and Business Development, presented a detailed analysis of the six specifications of future telecom networks, where he talked about Cubic broadband networks, integrated communication and sensing technologies, deterministic experiments and artificial intelligence, security and efficiency, and clean and low-carbon design and operation processes. .
“The smart world depends mainly on technology companies,” Jay said. The “Telecom Networks 2030”, “Computing 2030”, “Digital Energy 2030” and “Smart Automotive Solutions 2030” reports set specific visions for the technical trends that these sectors will witness, which can be considered as a reference for their development in the future.
We expect to witness major changes in the coming period, through the transition from communications between people, which number in the tens of billions, to communications between things, which will number hundreds of billions.”
, Vice President of Huawei's Computing Product Line, Jiang Tao, said: “By 2030, the computing sector will make major breakthroughs in physical, cognitive intelligence, diversified computing, and basic security.
We will witness more integration between the digital and real worlds, and we will be able to simulate the real world, reproduce it and improve it based on computing.”
The leaders of the Smart World 2030 project participated in the conference, which witnessed the launch of the report, where Kevin Zhang, Chief Marketing Officer of Huawei’s ICT Infrastructure Business, and Wang Yuchun, Director of Huawei ICT Insights, spoke about the “Smart World 2030” project. .
They discussed the role of information and communication technology in promoting social, economic and clean development, and ways to achieve the "Smart World 2030" vision in various sectors.
Most of the conference discussions focused on digital transformation and the elimination of carbon emissions, with speakers pointing to the interrelationship between these two trends and their role in promoting clean development at the global level.