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Huawei and its partners to build 100 intelligent campuses across Apac in 2023

The intelligent campuses will include commercial real estate, university campuses, office campuses, and hospital campuses.

Huawei will work with its partners to develop 100 intelligent campuses across Asia Pacific (Apac) this year, to help the region address new economic and social requirements.

The campuses will include commercial real estate, university campuses, office campuses, and hospital campuses in Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, the Philippines, Indonesia, and Hong Kong.

According to Huawei’s 2023 Future Intelligent Campus White Paper, an intelligent campus is a combination of people, devices, things, and events. “It is a self-evolving system that provides proactive services and acts as a sustainable space based on comprehensive sensing and ubiquitous connections powered by digital technologies. It also serves as fundamental city infrastructure and "testing grounds" for the world's leading cities to progress towards.”


The benefits of an intelligent campus are exemplified in the case of The Forestias, a 64 hectares community with multiple residential, parkland, community and commercial components in Thailand. Its developer, Magnolia Quality Development Corporation Limited (MQDC), deployed the Huawei Intelligent Campus solution – which includes perimeter and IoT-based space management that leverage artificial intelligence and big data – to enable a unified remote operation.

As a result, MQDC can monitor all areas of The Forestias in real-time and be alerted to potential faults early to prevent interrupted services. The all-in-one intelligent operation centre also “greatly reduced energy consumption of equipment rooms, saved IT space, and accelerated network troubleshooting”, shares Kittikun Potivanakul, SVP & CTO of Thailand DTGO DCS (the parent company of MQDC) at a roundtable on the side of the Huawei Asia Pacific Partners Conference 2023 earlier today.

Huawei's definition of intelligent campus
Huawei's definition of intelligent campus

From Huawei's 2023 Future Intelligent Campus White Paper. 

Besides the Forestias, Huawei has helped digitalise more than 800 campuses worldwide with its partners.

Huawei hopes to build an intelligent campus ecosystem in APAC, gradually deepen and expand the cooperation scope, and establish long-term win-win relationships, says Jason He, vice president of Huawei Apac Enterprise Business Group, at the same roundtable.

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