The immediate goal is to drive deeper the digital transformation of the industry, specifically to make the most of the industrial internet and meet the nation's digital ambitions.
In what could be a testament to the growing success of its digitalisation, China is set to fast-track its digital economy by as much as 10% in the coming years.
Chinese car manufacturers are selling driverless vehicles that park themselves in a bid to differentiate themselves from regular driverless vehicles and ease parking woes.
Work-related accidents pose a substantial threat yearly and China is seeking the services of robots, a product of a host of ICT technologies, to lower the incident rate.
With machines talking to one another, the industrial internet will take manufacturing efficiency up a notch and is set to boost China’s digital economy in a major way this year.
With the most populous city in China under lockdowns to manage the pandemic, online ordering businesses are rallying to help citizens in this time of dire need.
Green living and digital are much intertwined. Digital solutions used right can help make a better, more sustainable economy — exactly what Beijing did by deploying digital vouchers.
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