Huawei launched its smart port solution at HUAWEI CONNECT 2021. As part of the integrated smart customs solution, the solution builds digital management capabilities based on all factors – people, vehicles, goods, businesses and locations – in locations. port scenarios to help build safe, efficient and intelligent world-class ports, making cross-border trade safer and more convenient.
Ports of the future – Smart, sustainable and collaborative
Due to the changing global environment, population growth and urbanization in developing countries, cross-border e-commerce and the new post-pandemic normal, port management is facing increasing challenges. more challenges. During the customs session, Mr. Zhou Yi, Managing Partner of Customs and Global Trade Services at Deloitte China, said, “Ports connect ecosystem actors and supply chains. Therefore, they must have core competitiveness for sustainable development, which will facilitate innovation along the value chain to support cross-border trade and other activities. Five factors are driving the modernization of ports: population, sustainable development, new trade and commerce patterns, global environmental changes and new technological developments. To be successful, ports must take full advantage of new technologies to meet new demands, ensure connectivity in all scenarios, process and use massive amounts of data more efficiently, adapt to green ecosystems, make sustainable development an advantage. competitive and create a collaborative ecosystem for economic zones near ports.
Huawei Smart Port Solution: Help Create World Class Ports
As cross-border e-commerce gains momentum in an increasingly globalized world, regulatory pressure for trade management and facilitation increases. In addition, the pandemic has also brought new inspection and quarantine responsibilities for customs around the world.
Ports are also greatly affected with its modernization, an important area of interest in the digital transformation of customs. The main objectives of the digitization of ports are to ensure trade security, improve the efficiency of customs clearance, fight against smuggling and increase the collection of customs tax revenues. Augustine Chiew, chief customs expert in Huawei’s Global Government Business Unit, said, “A multinational company with companies in 170 countries, Huawei has an international vision for port modernization. We hope to work with Customs and ecosystem partners to develop safe, convenient and efficient solutions to help countries build world-class ports. “
The Huawei Smart Port solution leverages cutting-edge technologies such as converged communications, AI, big data and cloud computing to create an integrated digital base realizing a synergy between the cloud, the network, the edge and the ‘device. The solution focuses on four areas: intelligent customs clearance, visualized collaborative ordering, convenient customs clearance services and efficient overall management. In close collaboration with the main partners of the customs ecosystem, multi-scenario solutions such as integrated online services platform, intelligent customs clearance and inspection, supervision of goods in transit, control center of supervision and management of the port campus have been developed. These facilitate the integration of ports and logistics, enabling smooth port operations and efficient customs supervision.
In particular, the intelligent customs clearance solution integrates computing, storage, network and security capabilities. It brings together an intelligent checkpoint, customs clearance system, as well as monitoring and command services, helping ports to quickly build one-stop intelligent customs clearance capabilities. With the solution, the average deployment time is reduced by 60% and the clearance time of vehicles to seconds, greatly increasing the overall intelligence and efficiency of port clearance.
Nadim Abdulrahim, Global Government Industry Expert at Huawei, said: “Based on the digital platform, Huawei is building a campus IOC and a fully connected campus network to provide ubiquitous awareness of smart terminals . The CIO facilitates staff access, intelligent vehicle identification, situational awareness in all areas, emergency risk control, campus perimeter alarm, campus video patrol, prevention and intelligent pandemic control and customs clearance situational awareness, covering people, vehicles, objects and places. on one screen. It helps to improve campus operation and service efficiency and achieves a truly secure and convenient smart campus.
The Chongqing Lianglu-Cuntan Free Trade Port Zone is the main comprehensive bonded zone out of 14 in China and the only one to have both an airport and a water port. During HUAWEI CONNECT 2021, Mr. Shi Zhiyong, Director of Smart City Administration Office of Chongqing Lianglu-Cuntan Free Trade Port Zone, shared his experience of digital transformation: “Based on the capabilities of Huawei’s high-level planning, infrastructure network and digital platform, the port area drives organizational, management, process, personnel and facility transformation and develops five intelligent applications and a command center . So far, the port area now has 13 smart checkpoints, which allow customs clearance in seconds. A converged communications and IoT network has been built to provide intelligent management of nearly 50,000 municipal facilities, covering the entire port area. The port can now access big transport data, which effectively addresses issues such as traffic jams, illegal parking and speeding. With Huawei, the port area has built an industry-leading intelligent brain, which is now the center of information, surveillance, command, coordination and emergency response. The state of operations is now visible, with controllable events and much more manageable services.
Currently, digital technology is driving transformation in all industries. Using its advantages in ICT, Huawei will continue to innovate and develop smart port solutions. We will dive into digital, lead port modernization by leveraging digital technology, unlocking the potential of smart customs. Huawei will facilitate the digital transformation of customs and ports in countries around the world, playing a key role in making cross-border trade safer and more convenient.
Huawei is hosting HUAWEI CONNECT 2021 online from September 23 to October 31. The theme of this year’s event is Dive Into Digital. We’ll dig deeper into the practical application of technologies like cloud, AI, and 5G across industries, and how they can make organizations of all shapes and sizes more efficient, more versatile, and ultimately more resilient as they go. as we move towards the recouping economy.