15 August 2023, 13:57
Serik Zhumangarin visited the Huawei office later that day. In the demonstration hall of the company's office, the Kazakhstan delegation was presented digital solutions and results of AI implementation in the management of transportation, infrastructure of cities with millions of inhabitants, in the process of the full production cycle of the oil industry, from upstream to downstream, in coal mining, mining industry, port infrastructure and other industries.
For example, Smart City Intelligent Operation Center allows to form a citizen's application to the authorized body of the government in 30 minutes, and the execution of the application takes up to 24 hours. Smart Port has replaced the hard labor of container loading in Tianjin Port with remote control and monitoring. In coal mines, with Coal Sheater Remote Control based on 5G+AI technology, work processes are fully controlled from the surface. As Huawei said, "our miners are sitting in suits in their offices mining coal."
In a meeting with the senior vice president, president of the external communications department of Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd. Wang Jianfeng, Serik Zhumangarin discussed the latest trends in digitalization and opportunities for cooperation to develop Kazakhstan's digital ecosystem.
"There are not many companies in the world that are considered legendary. At one time I was at Nokia, and now I am at Huawei. The huge leap that Huawei has made in recent years is a reflection of the huge leap that China itself has made. And we are very keen for the company to share its experience in digitalization, we see great potential in cooperation to develop our digital ecosystem. This year, Huawei Technologies and the national company of Kazakhstan Temir Zholy signed a letter of intent on the digitalization of the railway network in Kazakhstan using new technologies. I am confident that this cooperation will have a positive impact on the development of trade and transportation connectivity in Kazakhstan and will lay the foundation for making Kazakhstan a digital hub for Central Asia. We will consider any proposals regarding Kazakhstan," the Deputy Prime Minister said.
For his part, Wang Jianfeng expressed his gratitude for the arrival of the Kazakh delegation to the Huawei office. Representatives of the company presented their vision of digital development of Kazakhstan "Path to Digital Kazakhstan and Eurasian Hub". Huawei, celebrating 25 years of operation in Kazakhstan, said it will continue to work as a reliable and trusted long-term partner, contributing to the sustainable development of Kazakhstan as a regional digital hub.
"We are interested in the possibility of localizing the production of Huawei technologies in Kazakhstan, this would facilitate the transfer of knowledge and experience and stimulate the growth of the local economy. We are open to any proposals from Huawei to develop and implement innovative solutions that contribute to the development of our industries. We invite Huawei to consider opportunities to introduce innovative solutions in the educational and medical spheres of Kazakhstan, which will help improve the quality of services and standard of living of our citizens. We aim to establish a long-term and mutually beneficial partnership with Huawei, based on the principles of mutual trust, innovation and mutual benefit for both parties," Serik Zhumangarin suggested.
Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd, established in 1987 in China, is a leading global provider of ICT infrastructure, green energy solutions, cloud computing and smart devices. Huawei has more than 120,000 active patents worldwide, more than 700 realized smart city projects, cooperation with more than 35,000 partners worldwide. 267 Fortune Global 500 companies have chosen Huawei as their digital transformation partner. Huawei's digital energy solutions have helped generate 695.1 billion kW of green energy and conserve 19.5 billion kW of electricity, which is equal to reducing 340 million tons of CO2 and planting 470 million trees. The company is currently ranked 49th on the Global Fortune 500 list.#Digitalization #Economy #Infrastructural development #International Cooperation #Serik Zhumangarin #Working visit