Huawei, which announced several operating systems, uses HarmonyOS to manage different car systems in different ways. When these systems will be used is unknown.
Chinese technology manufacturer Huawei announced its own operating system HarmonyOS (Hongmeng OS) last year. According to Huawei, this operating system can be available both for smartphones and for television, wearing technologies and even for cars. Now the company has officially announced HarmoniOS systems that can be used in cars.
Huawei descriptions mention several operating systems. These operating systems are based on HarmoniOS, but have different functions. This shows in which areas the new Huawei operating system can be used. If you like, let’s take a look at Huawei’s statement today.
The first statements by Wang Zhong, president of intelligent automotive solutions at Huawei, contained an operating system that allows you to control the sections of the car cabin. The company did not change names in this operating system. The name “Hongmeng OS” is used directly in the Huawei operating system offering automotive solutions. This operating system allows you to separate the car cabin and hardware systems from each other.
Hongmeng OS; controls features such as audio interaction, voice optimization, and visual recognition. As a product of collaboration with automakers, we can accelerate Huawei’s contribution to the car ecosystem.
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“AOS” is among the operating systems announced by Huawei today. This ASL-D and EAL5 + certified operating system meets the basic requirements of intelligent driving software development. AOS with an extensive artificial intelligence library will become much more advanced in subsequent years.
Wang Jung also mentioned another operating system called VOS. This operating system allows you to control intelligent tools. This AUTOSAR-enabled operating system, an open and standard software architecture for automotive electronic control devices, is used to increase efficiency by focusing on the engine control unit. Huawei claims that VOS will have open source code, thanks to which developers will be able to gain autonomous control.
Huawei also announced a software frame called the “Vehicle Stack.” This software frame allows you to improve functions, integrate tools that work with HarmonyOS, distribute developed functions and do all this together. The Vehicle Stack Smart Software Frame can determine which features of the system are needed if possible and enable this feature.
Huawei did not comment on the future of HarmonyOS in the automotive industry. However, apparently, the HarmoniOS was designed to fully cover the car, which makes it an important contribution to the Huawei car ecosystem. It is not yet known when this operating system will be actively used and what the tools from the HarmonyOS will offer.