Ren Zhengfei founded Huawei company in 1987 when he was a former Deputy Regimental Chief in the People’s Liberation Army. Huawei if a Chinese multinational technology company which designs, develops and sells telecommunications equipment and consumer electronics. It is located in Shenzhen, China.
Huawei Artificial Intelligence Pig Farming Project
As the trade of smartphones have been restricted by the US government the business is struggling and there isn’t any new growth. So for the solution, the CEO of Huawei, Ren Zhengfei has planned to launch an Artificial Intelligence (AI) Pig Farming Project. This may bring new growth to the company. On February 15, 2021, there was an announcement on Weibo, the Chinese micro-blogging platform, from Duan Aijun, the president of machine vision business, about the launch of the project.
As we all know that China has the largest pig farming industry in the world, the Huawei may be looking forward to utilising it. China’s massive pig farming industry which is evolving from a series of small, backyard businesses into a more modernised, large-scale farming requiring hi-tech support. The owner of the South China Morning Post, JD.com, NetEase, and Alibaba Group Holding, is all set to provide a technological upgrade to China’s Pig Farming industry.
Huawei’s Future Projects
“We can still survive even without relying on phone sales,” says Ren Zhengfei in a round table meeting and launched China’s intelligent mining innovation laboratory.
The United States has restricted Huawei’s trade and the condition turned out to be so worst that Huawei had to sell their Honor brand in November 2020. With cloud services, smart vehicles, and gaming equipment, along with the recent vision to modernise traditional industries like coal mining and pig farming Huawei is all set to launch its new ventures.
Furthermore, the company is all set to plan more new projects so that they can earn profits and cover their losses. The future projects include three health research programmes for hypertension management, body temperature, and coronary heart disease and moreover if the smartphone business doesn’t return they may invest in smart vehicles.
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