HarmonyOS – Huawei’s efforts in developing software for automotive should be appreciated. This company has the potential to attract new clients.
The automotive industry is currently going through a phase of change. Software played a key role in the industry’s transition period. Therefore, many companies are trying to get into this business scene before it is too late. Huawei is one of the companies with its HarmonyOS own.
Huawei informs HarmonyOS as a distributed operating system capable of running on devices of various categories. Although the company claims it is based on the microkernel, it is not for the operating system’s current state.
Reporting from Gizmochina (June 14), Huawei is currently labeling several operating systems as HarmonyOS. However, there are self-developed microkernels.
According to a CITIC Securities report, the microkernel, Linux kernel, and LiteOS make up the HarmonyOS used in cars. The operating system also has the ASIL-D high-level security certification. On the other hand, Huawei’s operating system brings a new meaning to the automotive software industry by implementing the mobile ecosystem.
Huawei’s efforts in developing software for automation are commendable. This company has the potential to attract new clients. HarmonyOS is already used in cars like the ArcFox Alpha S, Seres SF5, and GAC Trumpchi.
In addition, Huawei has also revealed its plans to develop autonomous car technology by 2025. It can be said that Huawei has ambitions for the development of HarmonyOS. However, it does not yet predict what the future holds for the company as its global smartphone market share drops to 4% in the first quarter of 2021.