Huawei unveils HarmonyOS connected Smart Home project


Huawei presented the first Smart Home project at Shanghai MWC 2021 interconnected by its HarmonyOS, among other technologies from the Chinese manufacturer. The goal? Show the potential of an interconnected home.

It is a concept of designing a house in the Internet of Things (IoT) era, which includes a living room, kitchen, office, home gym, entertainment room and garage, occupying a total area of ​​550m2.

Huawei's smart home bets on technologies like HarmonyOS


This project uses wireless technologies and uses Huawei products. Here including smartphones, PCs, tablets, watches, smart speakers and the TV Vision range.

All of them are integrated with products from Huawei ecosystem partners to provide an immersive Smart Home experience.

The project integrates technologies such as Huawei HiLink, HarmonyOS and Huawei HiCar to connect different aspects of the home. It is a prototype that shows a smart home in the IoT era and represents an important part of Huawei's Seamless AI Life Strategy.

A smart assistant who is the “right hand” at home


In the living room, using the voice commands, the intelligent assistant controls all devices. It also allows the “Homecoming” mode. Here, both the air cleaner and the warm light are switched on, while the curtains are closed.

At kitchen, the user has a complete set of home appliances based on HarmonyOS. These are connected in a network with the smartphone, where a card will be displayed, from which we can control the devices at any time.

Moving on to desk, the smartphone can be connected to a MateBook or MatePad Pro via Multi-Screen Collaboration, thus facilitating data transfer between devices. The Huawei MatePad Pro's Smart Multi Window feature allows you to view two apps simultaneously, on which two additional floating windows can be displayed.

From kitchen to garage, the new Huawei smart home project

At entertainment room, the combination of a 65-inch 4K Huawei Vision TV and a Huawei Sound X speaker gives the user high definition images and surround sound.

At the gymnasium the Huawei Watch GT 2 Pro records speed and calorie consumption in various modes. Watch Fit can identify when the user exercises on a rowing machine and provide cardio / anaerobic training results. It also allows you to assess the recommended recovery status and time, giving personalized training guidance.


Upon entering the garage the car door can be opened with the smartphone. Furthermore, mobile applications and services, such as navigation and music, automatically switch to the car. It is also possible to control IoT devices at home through the cards displayed on the home screen of the car's instrument panel.

In summary, in the age of the Internet of Things (IoT), living in a smart home is no longer just about installing smart devices at home.

The focus is now shifting to how these devices form a virtual world. The way they become an extension of the users' senses, improving the way we interact with these devices and developing a database of intuitive voices and gestural commands for future use.

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