Huawei has been cut off from “some” services lately, but sees it as an opportunity, not a setback. The latest step is the establishment of the Laboratory for Innovation in Digital Finance and Security – Fin²Sec in Helsinki, Finland.
The laboratory will seek to respond to the demands of banking, financial and payment services in Europe, and Huawei has called on various industry leaders in these areas to cooperate. This includes pan-European banks, Fintechs and other players in the industry. The laboratory is also a donor to the Helsinki-Aalto Institute for Cyber Security and works closely with Alto University.
Fin²Sec Labs will act as an incubator, developing new ways to improve safety for consumers and service providers, and what is very important for end users to make things easy to use. Things like using voice recognition as an additional type of biometric authentication are considered.
For almost a decade, Huawei has run a research and development center in Finland, a center that has helped develop reliable environments with hardware that is critical to services such as Huawei Pay, WeChat Pay, authentication solutions for Huawei phones and car keys.
Huawei is developing a digital car key as an example of an NFC-based application that allows you to unlock and start the car using just the phone. If your car supports a virtual key, you can activate the function from the manufacturer’s application (eg myAudi and similar applications).
The Center for Research and Development in Finland, which helped establish the laboratory, is also credited with other developments. For example, Huawei says the center is responsible for “several major camera technologies on our smartphones.” He also worked on “sleep” technology for Huawei devices and (in partnership with several universities) developed the TruSport algorithm. One of the project leaders is Dr. Jan-Erik Ekberg, who spent 18 years working at Nokia before joining Huawei’s research and development efforts.
Function Digital car key runs on EMUI software version 9.1 and later.
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