Ten sci-tech applications, which focus on fintech, medical science and technology, and smart city, were announced by Ping An Insurance (Group) Company of China, Ltd. at a thematic conference held in Shenzhen on Friday, the Shenzhen Economic Daily reported.
A photovoltaic power generation system, or solar power system, has been installed on the rooftop of the elevated platform at Shangfen Station on Metro Line 6, marking a new attempt at green transport, the Shenzhen Special Zone Daily reported.
The National Free Trade Area Innovation Alliance Think Tank Service Platform was put online to promote exchanges among the country’s free trade zones and areas Friday morning at an inauguration ceremony at Qianhai Enterprises Dream Park.
Shenzhen-based tech giant Huawei has built a next-generation 5G mobile phone network in Monaco, making the sovereign city-state on the French Riviera the first European country to be fully covered by 5G.
The 2019 Shenzhen Dream Catcher Cup University Student Innovation and Entrepreneurship Contest is gaining popularity, with 397 students having signed up and 366 passing the qualification selection, said the organizer, Shenzhen Public Employment Service Center.
With the help of Edinburgh-Shenzhen Creative Exchange (ESCE), a delegation from National University of Singapore (NUS) led by Professor Wong Poh Kam recently visited F518 Idea Land, a creative industrial park in Bao’an District, the Bao’an Daily reported.
Fifty-two projects have been unveiled for the city’s financial innovation award for 2018 and 14 were unveiled for the financial technology special award, according to the city’s financial affairs office.
Serving as an international display platform for innovation and entrepreneurship with Shenzhen characteristics, the 2019 National Mass Innovation and Entrepreneurship Week Shenzhen Venue and Fifth Shenzhen International Maker Week kicked off at Huaqiangbei in Futian District on Thursday morning.
A daily average of 849,000 rides on shared bikes were recorded in the city, down from 5.17 million rides a day at its peak, according to the first quarter report on app-based bikes released by the city’s transport bureau Wednesday.
The new 5G service will be available to Shenzhen residents in the latter half of the year, the Shenzhen Special Zone Daily reported, citing information released by three of the country’s major mobile network operators, namely China Mobile, China Unicom and China Telecom.
Shenzhen has the most patents in China involving 5G technology, graphene, robotics and blockchain, and is atop the international rankings in PCT patent applications in the four fields, the Shenzhen Special Zone Daily reported.