China showcased several advanced products and technologies. This year, China focuses on national science centres, key state laboratories and China’s major science and technology infrastructure, as well as the latest scientific research achievements and advanced technologies in fields including high-end manufacturing, new materials, life sciences and the marine economy. China aims to boost the economy through technical innovation.
China Hi-Tech Fair is a window to observe China’s scientific and technological innovation, and the products on display in frontier fields such as synthetic biology and brain science are likely to change people’s lives in the future in profound ways.
– Fan Jianping, Head Shenzhen Institute of Advanced Technology, Chinese Academy of Sciences
More than 9,000 high-tech projects had been on display at the event, covering fields including 5G, artificial intelligence, intelligent manufacturing, smart driving, blockchain, and cloud computing, urban intelligence, virtual reality game, and 3D printer. China also showcased thousands of mind-boggling technology products, including an automatic hamburger-making robot, a delivery robot, and a robotic dog.
CHTF brings together advanced technical trade. It is currently the largest and the most significant scientific and technological fair in China and is renowned as “the No.1 Technology Show in China”. It exhibits hi-tech products and held high-level forums including environment protection, next-generation IT technology, biology, advanced equipment manufacture, new material and new energies.
CHTF has attracted many technology-desiring domestic and overseas enterprises, intermediaries and thousands of investors, which provide an opportunity to find cooperative partners around the world. At CHTF, many procurements are in demand from the central and local governments and enterprises, providing a channel for your products to enter the Chinese market rapidly.
CHTF integrates transaction of achievements, an exhibition of products, high-level forum, merchant attraction of projects and cooperation & exchange and focuses on the advanced technologies and products in such fields as energy conservation, environment protection, a new generation of information technologies, biology, manufacture of high-end equipment, new energies, new materials and new energy vehicles etc.
After years of development, CHTF has become an important window for the opening outside in China’s high-tech sectors and has played a more important role in commercialisation, industrialisation and internationalisation of high-tech achievements as well as promotion of economic and technological exchanges and cooperation between different countries and regions.
As one of the biggest specialised import and export fairs for information technologies and products in China, it emphatically exhibits new technologies, products and services in the field of a new generation of information technologies.
As the most attractive specialised show for newly-emerging brands on CHTF, it emphatically exhibits the newest technologies and application products in energy saving , environmental protection and new energy field, including green building, air purification, water purification, waste disposal, eco-friendly material, solar energy, nuclear energy, wind energy, as well as electric vehicles.
As reported by OpenGov Asia, China has made great achievements in scientific and technological innovation during the 13th Five-Year Plan period. As China embarks on a new journey to build a modern socialist country in all respects, sci-tech innovation will play a vital role in promoting the country’s overall development.
Researchers established the quantum computer prototype “Jiuzhang” through which up to 76 photons were detected, achieving quantum computational advantage. This achievement marks that China has reached the first milestone on the path to full-scale quantum computing — a quantum computational advantage, which indicates an overwhelming quantum computational speedup.
Since 2013, China has consistently and steadily moved up the ranks in the Global Innovation Index, establishing itself as a global innovation leader while closing in on the top 10 every year. According to the recent Global Innovation Index released by the World Intellectual Property Organisation, China moved up from 29th place in 2015 to 12th this year in the world ranking.