The rapid development of intelligent ports in China has made the country the most automatic port in the world by numbers and successfully increased operating efficiency.
The enormous investment and development of the robot industries have boosted China into the world’s top five most automated manufacturing countries after South Korea, Singapore, Japan, and Germany.
The Chinese government has developed an information system to promote the role of technology in the development of smart traditional Chinese medicine hospitals.
The Sichuan node consists of Chengdu and Chongqing data centres and has been integrated into the computing power network hub nodes to constitute China’s “East Counting West Counting” eight-node project.
Researchers have used National Supercomputing Zhengzhou Centre to carry out Deep Mutational Scanning technology combined with bioinformatics to complete rare mutations analysis for cancer precision medicine.
China supports digitalisation for businesses across the country by increasing the number of digital transformation centres.
The Cyberspace Administration body announced a new regulation for organisations carrying out personal information and data.
8 MoUs were signed and 14 collaborative projects were started during the third Singapore-China Smart City Initiative Joint Implementation Committee Meeting to boost creativity between the two cities in the digital economy.
A multi-modal distribution and connection centre has been established because of the recent agreement between Singapore and China.
Two Memorandums of Understanding have been signed between Singapore and China to strengthen their bilateral partnership in the green and digital economies.