Enter the UAV field? Huawei unveils UAV related patents

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According to the company’s app check, Huawei Technology Co., Ltd. has recently added several patent information, one of which is “a UAV identification module and storage method”. The application date is June 2019 and the publication date is December 8, 2020.

 

The patent details show that the embodiment of the application discloses an UAV identity identification module and a storage method, which relates to the field of electronic technology, so as to realize the information reading and tracking of UAV’s whole life cycle.

 

The method comprises:

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The physical identification of UAV is obtained, and the physical identification is written into the non erasable storage area, and the physical identification is the unmodifiable hardware identification of UAV;

The access identification of UAV is obtained, and the access identification is written into the authorized erasure storage area, and the access identification is the identification of UAV signing service;

The application identification of UAV is obtained, and the application identification is written into the repeated erasing storage area, and the application identification is the flight related identification of UAV. In fact, after the earthquake of magnitude 7 in Jiuzhaigou, Sichuan, in August 2017, Huawei used high-tech UAV base stations in disaster relief.

Compared with the emergency communication vehicle, the advantages of UAV base station are very obvious. It can provide continuous and stable communication guarantee service to customers within 50 square kilometers and provide instant messaging for 5400 mobile phone users at the same time.

In 2017, Huawei wireless x labs released the “digital sky plan” and made some explorations in the field of networked UAVs.

In June 2018, HUAWEI launched the drone service business, paying orders on the official account. UAV sends coffee to you, and it takes only 30 seconds to complete the 20-minute walk.

Earlier, Hisilicon, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Huawei, launched the Huawei Hisilicon UAV platform in July 2016 and launched UAV solutions based on Huawei Hisilicon chips.