Twenty-two activities will be held at the main venue and 14 subvenues across the city during the weeklong 2019 National Mass Innovation and Entrepreneurship Week Shenzhen Venue and Fifth Shenzhen International Maker Week, which is scheduled to run from Thursday to June 19, the Shenzhen Economic Daily reported yesterday.
Qianhai & Shekou Area of China (Guangdong) Pilot Free Trade Zone inaugurated its 5G experience hall at Enterprise Dream Park and launched the trial commercial deployment of its 5G network yesterday, marking the fourth founding anniversary of the area.
Themed “The future is here, the new path of the science and technology innovation board,” a forum focused on the sci-tech board was held at Qianhai SZ-HK Fund Town on Friday, gathering over 200 attendees including industry experts in finance and technology.
An array of Shenzhen-made technological elements shown at the Shenzhen subvenue of the 2019 Spring Festival Gala, including robots developed by UBTECH, robot arms and flexible screens, and the sky rail designed and produced by BYD, have attracted wide attention and stirred a heated discussion among people across the country, the Shenzhen Economic Daily reported yesterday.
The Futian Hi-tech Achievement Exchange Exhibition Center, serving as a platform to fully display and promote the high-tech achievements in Futian District, officially opened on the afternoon of Jan. 22.
Four Shenzhen brands, namely Huawei, Ping An, WeChat and Tencent QQ, have entered the list of the world’s 50 most valuable brands, according to brand consultancy firm Brand Finance, which recently released their rankings of the 500 most valuable brands in the world in 2019, the Shenzhen Economic Daily reported.
Over 100 representatives, including members of the 15 startups that have been selected to enter the second Ping An Cloud Accelerator program, investors, accelerator mentors and senior executives from Ping An, attended the Ping An Cloud Accelerator Cohort Opening Dinner in Ping An Financial Center on the evening of Dec. 17.
An enormous full-sized replica of the fore chamber of Cave 12 of the Yungang Grottoes, a 1,500-year-old UNESCO World Heritage site in Shanxi Province, has been cranked out by a Shenzhen company, according to a Shenzhen Special Zone Daily report Oct. 11.
Scientists have created what they call the “world’s first rollable tablet PC.” Dubbed the “MagicScroll,” it is a flexible touchscreen that rotates around 3D-printed cylindrical body, or can be popped out to become a flat display.
Sony has announced that its new-and-improved Aibo robot dog will go on sale in September and pack more smart features, like the ability to learn custom tricks, map and navigate a room with ease and learn up to 100 faces.
A 3D-printed set of “gills” could give humans the ability to breathe underwater. The system uses a specially designed material to replenish oxygen from the surrounding water, and release carbon dioxide.
A US$1,395 smart mirror can take a photo of your body to help you track your fitness. The device, which creator Naked Labs calls “the world’s first home body scanner,” takes 3-D maps of your body and highlights areas where your figure has changed.