The vertical IoT fields in which Huawei aims to catalyze its industry innovation include the public infrastructure, consumers, smart home, IoV, manufacturing, and energy. Huawei maintains a tenacious focus on ICT technologies and plans to build an IoT ecosystem and integrate its ICT technologies into verticals to drive innovation and industry modernization.Huawei's IoT solution utilizes "1+2+1" architecture to deeply integrate into verticals. The first "1" represents the Huawei LiteOS, an open source operating system (OS) that is ideal for smart IoT devices. The "2" represents two access modes: fixed access and wireless access, using agile IoT gateways and smart home gateways, over eLTE, NB-IoT, and 5G networks. The final "1" represents the unified, open IoT connection management platform.
Huawei FusionInsight is a unified, enterprise-class platform designed for big data storage, query, and analysis. It enables enterprises to quickly construct a system for processing massive sets of data. With FusionInsight, enterprises can capture new business opportunities through mining of large amounts of data in real time or offline.
By integrating service capabilities such as HD voice and HD video, Huawei Communications & Collaboration provides government customers with on-demand subscribed, scalable, quickly deployable and integratable, and easy-to-learn/use communication and collaboration services to help customers achieve ICT transformation and support more industry ISVs and developers in realizing service model transformation and innovation.
Huawei Envision provides open video operation platforms and cooperates with carriers to build an open video service ecosystem. In the field of video surveillance, Huawei launched a full range of video surveillance products to provide efficient and reliable security solutions for global government and enterprise customers.
The Huawei eLTE broadband trunking solution, based on the most advanced wireless broadband technology, provides downlink and uplink throughput of 100 Mbit/s and 50 Mbit/s, respectively. This solution allows a single network to support multimedia trunking voice and video scheduling, high-definition video surveillance, ultra-remote data acquisition, and mobile office services.
More hardware is continually being adapted, and all of the latest progress will be released on the Huawei Developer Forum and the official WeChat account of Huawei LiteOS. Huawei always welcomes the opportunity for new partnerships with hardware suppliers.
The Software Development Kit (SDK) runs on HiSilicon MobileCam chipsets and is used for IoT camera development for technologies including video devices, sensors, and smart home devices. Huawei LiteOS Kernel provides extended support for HiSilicon chipset drivers so that the SDK can run on Huawei LiteOS development boards. This enables third-parties to extend LiteOS drivers as well as upper-layer application software.
● The current partners of Huawei LiteOS and their supported board models are listed in the preceding tables. To acquire your desired board, please refer to the corresponding descriptions that are provided in the preceding tables.
● Please select either a PC or Linux server, depending on the requirements of the board model.
● To acquire your desired source code, please refer to the corresponding descriptions that are provided in the preceding tables.
● To download your desired reference documents, please go to the Huawei LiteOS Resource Center.
3. Set Up the Development Environment
（1）Determine the model of your development board.
Using a development board model that is currently supported by Huawei LiteOS
● Huawei LiteOS has already been migrated to your board. For details about the development environment setup procedure, please refer to the corresponding compilation guide listed in the preceding tables.
Upper-layer applications can be developed using the entrypoint functions provided in the corresponding compilation guide. For details about programming examples and API descriptions, see the following documents: