Chinese family device maker Midea Group held the 2021 Midea Intelligence Conference last Thursday, at which the company revealed its OpenHarmony 2.0-based Internet of Things (IoT) system, introduced in cooperation with OpenAtom Foundation.
Midea’s brand-new IoT system, an open source software application structure, is cross-platform, dispersed and open, according to the business. The system is prepared to provide a plug-and-play unified platform without needing to establish a different app for each wise house device.
In truth, Midea commented in June this year on a domestic financier platform that the business had actually reached a preliminary cooperation intent with Huawei in March2020 Since May, 2021, 74 Midea items geared up with the Huawei HarmonyOS system throughout 17 classifications have actually gotten in the marketplace. According to the business’s strategy, Midea will launch almost 200 HarmonyOS items in 2021.
Zhang Xiaoyi, Vice President of Midea Group, stated the delivery of Midea items geared up with HarmonyOS is anticipated to surpass 2 million systems this year.
The company included that users can disperse Midea’s house devices through smart phones geared up with HarmonyOS, taking 3 seconds at the fastest. The formerly launched COLMO EVOLUTION series ac system are likewise geared up with the HarmonyOS smart os.
According to public details, OpenHarmony is an open source job hatched and run by the OpenAtom Foundation. Its objective is to develop a smart devices os for all item situations, and promote the advancement of the commercial web.
Chinese media outlet IThome reported that the task, run by the OpenHarmony Project Group Working Committee, follows open source procedures such as Apache 2.0. Huawei contributed the system’s underlying abilities to the OpenAtom Foundation, and the open source dispersed running system was collectively constructed by 7 systems, consisting of PATEO, Huawei, JD.com, Hoperun, Yigatong, Institute of Software, ISCAS (Institute of Software, Chinese Academy of Sciences) and Chinasoft International.