BARCELONA, Feb. 26 (Xinhua) -- Chinese telecommunications company Huawei unveiled its vehicle compatible 3G and 4G communication modules, as well as a 3G mobile hotspot and diagnostic box at the ongoing Mobile World Congress on Tuesday.
These new products represent Huawei's first telematics solution products and aim to provide wireless solutions for vehicles independent of weather, landscape and power supply.
"Huawei is excited to welcome in an era of smart vehicles with the availability of products that integrate wireless communications and automotive electronic technologies," said Kevin Liu, the vice-president of Huawei's mobile broadband division.
"Huawei's telematic solutions are designed to enable cars and other transportation vehicles to exist in a seamless wireless mobile environment, so that users are truly able to enjoy the benefits brought about by ICT services," he added.
The DA6810 3G WiFi allows vehicles to become interactive and networked, allowing their drivers high-speed internet and audio visual services, while the DA-3100 is useful for insurance companies and car hire companies to locate vehicles, as well as collect information on the condition of the vehicle and driver habits.
It also allows the headlights and horn to be operated through the use of a mobile phone application.
Other products unveiled by Huawei include the Ascend P2, the world's fastest 4G handset. The company's products and services are sold in over 140 countries with over 20 research and development centers around the world.