After the Shenzhou-14 capsule successfully landed on the Dongfeng landing site in North China’s Inner Mongolia on Sunday, three astronauts came out from the capsule and were seated in dedicated chairs.
While drones and underwater robots are not new to the market, the versatility of these products improve every year. At the ongoing China Hi-Tech Fair (CHTF), which opened in Shenzhen on Tuesday, DJI, the Shenzhen-based global leader in drone technology, is exhibiting a wide variety of industrial solutions. Their industrial drones, different from common consumer drones, are more widely used and target various industries such as public security, aerial surveying, energy and agriculture.
Visiting the 24th China Hi-Tech Fair (CHTF) is akin to traveling to the future. One can play Chinese chess with a robot, test blood sugar levels without pricking fingers, control elevator panels without touching a button and enjoy pour-over coffee served by a robot barista.
After 40 years of development, China International Marine Containers (Group) Co. Ltd. (CIMC), the world's leading supplier of logistics and energy equipment, has gained global recognition with its high-quality products.