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2017 Smart Manufacturing Pilot Demonstration Project Review and Outlook 2018

In the past three years, with the vigorous promotion by the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology and the Industrial Internet Pilot Demonstration Project including Manufacturing Cloud Platform, which was stripped out by MIIT in 2016, the number of pilot projects for smart manufacturing has reached and exceeded the number of pilot projects conducted by MIIT Huaijin Peng in 2015, To 2018 to cultivate 100 smart manufacturing pilot demonstration enterprise "goal.

Ten key words outline 2017 traffic signal control industry

Traffic signal control plays an important role in organizing, directing and controlling the flow direction, flow rate and flow rate of traffic flow and maintaining the traffic order. Traffic control signals are separated from each other in time and passed at different times to ensure traffic Safety, at the same time forcing the traffic flow through the junctions in an orderly manner, improving the efficiency and capacity through intersection, reducing noise and reducing the environmental pollution caused by vehicle exhaust.

By 2020 China‘s biomass heating will replace about 30 million tons of coal

Recently, the National Development and Reform Commission jointly issued with the National Energy Board, "on the promotion of biomass heat for the development of guidance", "opinions" clearly the biomass heat as an important measure to deal with air pollution and accelerate the biomass heat in the region Civil heating and small and medium-sized industrial park heating in the application of building a distributed green low-carbon clean and environmentally friendly heating system.

28 nm Beidou multi-mode chip supports the global signal

May 24, 2017 From the 8th annual academic conference on satellite navigation held in Shanghai, China‘s first "Firebird", the 28nm Beidou multimode chip that supports global signals, was unveiled at the conference. The chip supports four major global navigation satellite systems, the size of the equivalent of a pencil tip.

Tactile and self-healing robot is becoming a reality

Recently, researchers at the University of Glasgow in the United Kingdom used graphene to develop an electronic robot skin that is more tactile than human hands. It is reported that the newly developed skin of the robot is essentially a tactile sensor, scientists will use it to create more lightweight prostheses, and the surface of the skin feels softer, more natural robot.