Huawei wants to participate in the digital transformation of Polish education and mining
Huawei is interested in engaging in digital transformation projects, including in Polish education and mining, announced managing director of Huawei Polska Jackie Zhang.
"Huawei continues its strong commitment to the technological development of Poland. We are interested in projects, including in education, such as the current delivery of a super-fast Internet system for the National Museum in Warsaw, as well as technological projects, including in mining. We have solutions that can help in the digital transformation of cultural activities and traditional business models, such as high-speed connectivity services," said Zhang.
In September this year. at the National Museum in Warsaw, a thorough modernization of the ICT installation will begin. As a result of cooperation with Huawei, next year, when visiting the National Museum in Warsaw, it will be possible to use super-fast, free Internet. This is just the beginning of a long-term cooperation between MNW and Huawei as a technology partner. The company supports the digital transformation of the Museum. It was planned, inter alia, creating a mobile application that makes sightseeing more attractive.
"At Huawei, we place great emphasis on counteracting all kinds of exclusion, including access to culture and education. I am glad that we can support the National Museum in Warsaw in bringing cultural heritage to all those interested in art, thanks to the use of the latest online technologies. Thanks to this, resources are available. online, including educational content, will be available free of charge via the internet to visitors throughout the institution.For example, the teacher during a school trip will be able to freely show the pictures to students 'live', and to those who need to learn remotely, he will show works of art using phone or tablet," emphasized Ryszard Hordyński, director of strategy and communication at Huawei Polska.
Source: Huawei and ISBnews