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News Article | April 30, 2017
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FILE PHOTO: Officials of Aviation Industry Corporation of China (AVIC) unveil the newly-made nose of amphibious aircraft AG600, during a ceremony at a factory in Chengdu, Sichuan province March 17, 2015. REUTERS/China Daily BEIJING (Reuters) - China's domestically developed AG600, the world's largest amphibious aircraft, took its maiden flight ahead of schedule on Saturday from the southern city of Zhuhai, according to the official Xinhua news agency. The AG600 was designed to extinguish forest fires and carry out rescue missions at sea, Xinhua said on Saturday, adding that it could also "be used to monitor and protect the ocean." The seaplane's maiden flight comes amid China's increasing assertiveness to its territorial claims in the disputed South China Sea where it is building airfields and deploying military equipment, rattling nerves in the Asia-Pacific region and the United States. China is in the midst of a massive military modernization program, ranging from testing anti-satellite missiles to building stealth fighters and the country's first indigenous aircraft carrier, to add to an existing one bought from Ukraine. Xinhua initially reported in March that the AG600 would take its maiden flight in late May. For more news videos visit Yahoo View, available now on iOS and Android.


News Article | May 5, 2017
Site: globenewswire.com

Dublin, May 05, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "3D Printing 2017-2027: Technologies, Markets, Players" report to their offering. This report discusses all of the commercially-significant existing technologies and promising emerging technologies in depth, and analyses both the current and future markets for 3D printing. The market structure is also detailed, and we present profiles of the major players together with insights gained from in-depth interviews with a range of companies involved in 3D printing. We also present detailed forecasts for the future of the 3D printing market. The following technologies are covered in detail including lists of all major vendors for each technology type and SWOT analyses with quantitative data and references to vendors: - Stereolithography - Digital Light Processing - Inkjetted photopolymers - Thermoplastic extrusion - Selective Laser Sintering of plastics - Selective Laser Melting of metals - Blown metal powder - Welding - Sand binding - Binder jetted into metal powder (by ExOne) - Smooth Curvature Printing (by Solidscape) - Selective Deposition Lamination (by Mcor Technologies) - Hybrid CNC The aerospace industry, an established end user of 3D printing, has the highest growth rate of any end user industry. The trillion dollar oil and gas industry is an emerging user of 3D printing with the second highest forecast growth. When significant penetration has occurred into the above markets, 3D printing in these big industries will lock into the capital expenditure cycles associated with them, and, as is the case for other CNC machines, periodic fluctuations in sales will occur -growth will not be steady and monotonic. Over 90 3D printing companies are profiled, and the report is also informed by interviews with companies and institutions throughout the value chain. Key Topics Covered: 1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 1.1. Executive summary: geographic breakdown 1.2. Executive summary: market forecast 1.3. Executive summary: challenges 2. INTRODUCTION 2.1. 3D Printing is... 2.2. Advantages of 3D printing: rapid prototyping 2.3. Advantages of 3D printing: price 2.4. Advantages of 3D printing: design freedom 2.5. Advantages of 3D printing: more... 2.6. A brief history of 3D printing 2.7. Emergence of consumer-level 3D printing 2.8. Value chains: vendor lock-in 2.9. Value chains: free market materials 2.10. Value chain determines material prices 2.11. Broad spectrum 3. KEY DRIVERS AND RESTRAINTS 3.1. Drivers 3.2. Restraints 4. PRINTING PROCESSES AND MATERIALS 4.1. The main process-material relationships 4.2. Welding 4.3. Welding: key players 4.4. Welding: equipment costs 4.5. Welding: SWOT analysis 4.6. Blown powder 4.7. Blown powder: key players 4.8. Blown powder: equipment costs 4.9. Directed Energy Deposition 4.10. Selective laser melting 4.11. Selective laser melting: key players 4.12. Selective laser melting: SWOT analysis 4.13. Electron beam melting 4.14. Electron beam melting: key players 4.15. Electron beam melting: SWOT analysis 4.16. Metal+binder 4.17. Metal+binder: key players 4.18. Metal + Binder 4.19. Sand+binder 4.20. Sand+binder: key players 4.21. Sand + Binder 4.22. Selective laser sintering 4.23. Selective laser sintering: key players 4.24. Selective laser sintering: equipment cost 4.25. SLS 4.26. Thermoplastic extrusion 4.27. Thermoplastic extrusion: Key Players 4.28. Thermoplastic extrusion: Machine prices 4.29. Thermoplastic extrusion: Build volume 4.30. Thermoplastic extrusion: Build speed 4.31. Extrusion (FDM/FFF/TPE) 4.32. Stereolithography (SLA) 4.33. Digital Light Processing (DLP) 4.34. SLA/DLP: key players 4.35. Vat Photopolymerisation: equipment cost 4.36. Vat Photopolymerisation (SLA/DLP) 4.37. Material Jetting 4.38. Material Jetting: key players 4.39. Material Jetting 4.40. Smooth curvature printing 4.41. Smooth curvature printing: key players 4.42. Smooth curvature printing: SWOT analysis 4.43. Selective Deposition Lamination (SDL) 4.44. Selective Deposition Lamination: key players 4.45. Selective Deposition Lamination: equipment cost 4.46. Selective Deposition Lamination: SWOT analysis 4.47. Hybrid CNC 5. MARKET STRUCTURE 5.1. Main players 5.2. Market breakdown by technology 5.3. Market breakdown by industry 6. MARKET ANALYSIS 6.1. Machine prices by printing process 6.2. Build volumes by printing process 6.3. Precision by printing process 6.4. Price vs speed 6.5. Price vs precision 6.6. Price vs Volume 6.7. Volume vs precision 6.8. Volume vs speed 7. APPLICATIONS 7.1. Aerospace: Aviation Industry Corporation of China (AVIC) 7.2. Aerospace: GE fuel nozzles 7.3. KySat-2 7.4. SULSA 7.5. Architecture: Adrian Priestman 7.6. Jewelry: prototype and production 7.7. Art: Strandbeests 7.8. Movie props 7.9. Clothing: N12 bikini 7.10. Education: brain surgery 7.11. Hobbyist: tooling, toys and puzzles 7.12. CSI: reconstructing crime scenes 7.13. Orthopaedics 7.14. Prototyping: Disney's AIREAL 7.15. Sport: fencing sword hilts 7.16. Consumer: Crayon Creatures 8. FORECASTS 8.1. Market forecasts: background information 8.2. Market forecast: market value by industry 8.3. Market forecast: market share by industry 8.4. Market forecast: growth by industry 8.5. Market forecast: value by technology 8.6. Market forecast: value by revenue stream 8.7. Market forecast: by printer price 9. COMPANY PROFILES 9.1. 3D Ceram 9.2. 3D Systems Europe 9.3. 3Dponics 9.4. Advanc3d Materials 9.5. Advanced Powders and Coatings 9.6. AgIC 9.7. Arcam 9.8. Arcam AB 9.9. Arevo Labs 9.10. Argen Corporation 9.11. Beijing Jiruixintian Technology Co., Ltd. 9.12. Beijing Tiertime Technology Co Ltd 9.13. Biobots 9.14. Blacktrace Holdings Ltd 9.15. BluePrinter ApS 9.16. BMW 9.17. Boeing 9.18. BotFactory 9.19. Canatu 9.20. Carima Ltd 9.21. Cartesian Co 9.22. Chemcubed 9.23. Concept Laser GMBH 9.24. Cookson Precious Metals 9.25. CRP Group 9.26. Digilab Inc. 9.27. DSM Somos 9.28. Dyson 9.29. Efesto LLC 9.30. envisionTEC Gmbh 9.31. EOS GmbH 9.32. EPSRC 9.33. Evonik 9.34. Exceltec 9.35. Fabrisonic LLC 9.36. Ford Motor Company 9.37. Formlabs 9.38. Fraunhofer IWU 9.39. Fripp Design Ltd 9.40. Graphene 3D Lab 9.41. Heraeus New Businesses 9.42. HÖGANÄS 9.43. Impossible Objects 9.44. Leapfrog 3D Printers 9.45. Legor Group 9.46. Lockheed Martin 9.47. Lomiko Metals 9.48. LPW Technology Ltd 9.49. Luxexcel 9.50. Maker Juice 9.51. Materialise 9.52. MaukCC 9.53. MesoScribe Technologies 9.54. MicroFab 9.55. n3D Biosciences, Inc. 9.56. Nano Dimension 9.57. The NanoSteel Company 9.58. Nascent Objects, Inc 9.59. NinjaFlex (Fenner Drives) 9.60. Norsk Titanium 9.61. nScrypt 9.62. Optomec 9.63. Orbital Composites 9.64. Organovo Holdings, Inc. 9.65. Oxford Performance Materials 9.66. Photocentric 9.67. Poietis 9.68. Rahn AG 9.69. Realizer GmbH 9.70. Reebok International 9.71. regenHU Ltd 9.72. RepRap Professional Limited 9.73. Ricoh 9.74. Roland DGA Corporation 9.75. Sandvik 9.76. Sciaky Inc. 9.77. Sinterit Sp. z o.o. 9.78. Sintratec AG 9.79. Solidscape 9.80. Star Prototype 9.81. Stratasys 9.82. Taulman3D 9.83. TeVido BioDevices 9.84. The ExOne Company 9.85. TLC Korea 9.86. Toner Plastics Inc. 9.87. Viridis 3D 9.88. Volvo Construction Equipment 9.89. Voxel8 9.90. Voxeljet Technology GmbH 9.91. Wanhao 9.92. ZMorph For more information about this report visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/xgcphj/3d_printing


TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwired - May 8, 2017) - Firan Technology Group Corporation (TSX:FTG) celebrates the first Chinese-built passenger jetliner completing its first flight on May 5, 2017 from Shanghai Pudong International Airport. The COMAC C919 is a narrow-body twin engine airliner being developed by Chinese aerospace manufacturer COMAC, to meet growing Chinese domestic air transportation demand, as well as for export sale globally. As of today, COMAC has received 570 orders from over 20 customers. FTG was selected as a supplier for the C919 aircraft in 2013 and signed a long term Supply Contract with AVIC's subsidiary - Shanghai Avionics Corp. (SAVIC) for Control Panel Assemblies in 2015. Under the Supply Contract, FTG will design, develop, manufacture and supply the Display Suite Control Panel Assemblies in FTG's facilities in Toronto, Canada and Tianjin, China. The Supply Contract covers a minimum of 1,440 production ship sets consisting of 9 control panel assemblies per set. "The COMAC C919 first flight is the biggest and most visible milestone in its development. We are very proud to be a part of it and I am sure the team at SAVIC and everyone involved in the program are equally proud as it is significant not only for China, but also the entire global aerospace industry," stated Brad Bourne, President and CEO, FTG Corporation. He added, "We realize there is still much work to do and we remain committed to making this program a success as we do with all activities at FTG with our focus on Operational Excellence." Shanghai Avionics Corporation (SAVIC) is a wholly-owned subsidiary of AVIC, incorporated and existing under the laws of People's Republic of China. Aviation Industry Corporation of China (AVIC) is a Chinese state-owned aerospace and defense company. FTG is an aerospace and defense electronics product and subsystem supplier to customers around the globe. FTG has two operating units: FTG Circuits is a manufacturer of high technology, high reliability printed circuit boards. Our customers are leaders in the aviation, defense, and high technology industries. FTG Circuits has operations in Toronto, Ontario, Chatsworth, California, Hudson, New Hampshire and a joint venture in Tianjin, China. FTG Aerospace manufactures illuminated cockpit panels, keyboards and sub-assemblies for original equipment manufacturers of aerospace and defense equipment. FTG Aerospace has operations in Toronto, Ontario, Chatsworth, California, Fort Worth, Texas and Tianjin, China. The Corporation's shares are traded on the Toronto Stock Exchange under the symbol FTG. This news release contains certain forward-looking statements. These forward-looking statements are related to, but not limited to, FTG's operations, anticipated financial performance, business prospects and strategies. Forward-looking information typically contains words such as "anticipate", "believe", "expect", "plan" or similar words suggesting future outcomes. Such statements are based on the current expectations of management of the Corporation and inherently involve numerous risks and uncertainties, known and unknown, including economic factors and the Corporation's industry, generally. The preceding list is not exhaustive of all possible factors. Such forward-looking statements are not guarantees of future performance and actual events and results could differ materially from those expressed or implied by forward-looking statements made by the Corporation. The reader is cautioned to consider these and other factors carefully when making decisions with respect to the Corporation and not place undue reliance on forward-looking statements. Other than as may be required by law, FTG disclaims any intention or obligation to update or revise any such forward-looking statements, whether as a result of new information, future events or otherwise. Additional information can be found at the Corporation's website www.ftgcorp.com.


News Article | November 23, 2016
Site: www.prweb.com

ISO management system was straining on 19th November 2016 welcomed trainees from domestic cities to Yuanyang Conference Hotel in Shandong, China. The goal of ISO management system training is to lead the conversation in the new specified aerospace industry. “The aerospace industry has new opportunities for ISO Management System Standards,” Zhang Juan, Partner of AVIC Beijing Certificate Center Co.Ltd. Shandong Brunch said. “We used to serve clients in education, manufacture, and petrol; currently more specialize in aerospace like unmanned aerial vehicles.” An unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) is an aircraft that carries no human pilot or passengers. UAVs — sometimes called “drones” — can be wholly or partly autonomous but are more often controlled remotely by a human pilot. ISO management system standards provide a model to follow when setting up and operating a management system. Like all ISO standards, they are the result of international, expert consensus and therefore offer the benefit of global management experience and good practice. The training sessions educate trainees to understand better about the unmanned aerial vehicle and be more aware of the ISO management system standards. About Beijing Certificate Center Co.Ltd. Shandong Brunch The Aviation Industry Corporation of China (AVIC) was founded on November 6th, 2008 through the restructuring and consolidation of the China Aviation Industry Corporation (AVIC) and the China Aviation Industry Corporation Ⅱ (AVIC Ⅱ). We are centered on aviation and provide complete services to customers in many sectors - from research and development to operation, manufacturing and financing. Our business units cover defense, transport aircraft, helicopters, avionics and systems, general aviation, research and development, flight testing, trade and logistics, assets management, finance services, engineering and construction, automobiles and more. We have over 100 subsidiaries, nearly 27 listed companies, and more than 450,000 employees. In 2016, AVIC ranked 143th among the newly published Fortune Top 500 Enterprises.


News Article | November 1, 2016
Site: www.bbc.co.uk

China has showcased its long-awaited J-20 stealth fighter in public for the first time. Two of the radar-evading jets performed a 60-second flypast at the Zhuhai air show in Guangdong province - the country's biggest meeting of plane makers and buyers. Previously the jets had only been seen by bloggers. The fighters are being seen as symbol of Beijing's desire to modernise and upgrade its military capabilities. President Xi Jinping wants to toughen China's armed forces as it takes a more assertive stance in the region, especially in the South China and East China seas. The J-20 has been developed and made by the Chengdu Aircraft Industries Group, a subsidiary of Aviation Industry Corporation of China. Some have likened the new fighter to Lockheed Martin's F-22 Raptor jet, with industry analyst Bradley Perret of Aviation Week saying the jet was "clearly a big step forward in Chinese combat capability," It's technological displays like this which will lead plenty of people to imagine a time soon when China catches up with the United States militarily. These two J-20 stealth fighters made a dramatic entrance at the Zhuhai Air Show. The radar-evading jets came in low showing off their manoeuvrability and setting off alarms in the nearby car park. It's the first time this country's top-of-the-line fighter jets have been seen in public and it's being viewed as a real statement of intent that China wants to close the technology gap with all other rivals. Although the J-20 jets passed by several times people won't be allowed to get too close to them at this show. Their design is still top secret so they won't be on display in the way that other aircraft are. Naturally China will be presenting plenty of other military hardware this week from attack helicopters to seaplanes. The message here is that this ever-emerging power is not to be trifled with. But China also wants to sell equipment to other nations and in this field, too, surpass the United States. China's International Aviation and Aerospace Exhibition - also called Airshow China - has become one of the world's biggest events of its kind. And with China set to become the world's biggest aviation market in the next decade, the show is an opportunity for Beijing to demonstrate its ambitions in civil aviation as well as defence. Although firms from around the world are exhibiting at the meeting, it is the latest Chinese aircraft and weapons that are getting the most attention on day one of the event. The Y-20, China's first heavy transporter jet has already been unveiled. Also hotly anticipated is the AG-600 seaplane, the largest of its kind in the world and likely to be used for search and rescue missions as well as patrolling China's seas. A Xian H-6K bomber and the new Changhe Z-10K attack helicopter are also expected to make their first appearances.


News Article | October 31, 2016
Site: en.prnasia.com

WUXI, China, Oct. 31, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- The World IoT Expo is held from October 30th to November 1st, 2016 in Wuxi. The expo is jointly hosted by the Chinese Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, the Chinese Ministry of Science and Technology and Jiangsu Provincial People's Government. Jointly supported by the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS), International Telecommunication Union (ITU), Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), Global Standard 1 (GS1) and Auto-ID Labs, it is the largest and highest scale national-level exposition of the Internet of Things sector in China. The China International IoT Expo has been held annually since 2010, and has become widely known over the past six years. This October, approved by the CPC Central Committee and State Council, it was renamed as the World Internet of Things Exposition. Compared with previous years, this year's event will boast a larger scale, higher-level participants and more advanced technologies. With numerous exhibits and upgraded technologies, the event fosters a new beginning for the Internet of Things Exposition. With the theme of "Create IoT Era, Share Global Intelligence", this expo consists of various activities including the IoT Wuxi Summit, the main exhibition of IoT applications and products, the China National College Innovation Competition of IoT Applications and the 4th Meeting of the Governing Group of Wuxi National Sensor Network Innovation Demonstration Zone. The IoT Wuxi Summit invited guests from home and abroad, such as the president of the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) Zhang Xiaogang and deputy secretary-general of ITU Malcolm Johnson, to deliver keynote speeches. The speakers also includes Khalil Najafi, professor of the Electrical and Computer Engineering Division at the University of Michigan; Nadia Magnenat Thalmann, founder and head of the MIRALab Research Laboratory at the University of Geneva; Alain Crozier, head and chief executive of Microsoft Greater China Region; Wu Hequan, academician of the Chinese Academy of Engineering; Wang Jian, chief technology officer at Alibaba; Zhang Shunmao, the president of Huawei Marketing and Solutions and Liu Haitao, chairman of World Sensing Net Group (WSN Group). In addition to an IoT competition for college students and a job fair, the event also includes a press conference for releasing the construction plan for a world-class "Internet of Things town" to promote the development of Wuxi's IoT industry. The IoT Wuxi Summit has the following features: More than 3,000 guests from 23 countries and regions attended the exhibition, including 10 ministerial leaders, and 24 academicians of the Chinese Academy of Sciences and Chinese Academy of Engineering, directors of international associations, the inventor of the COMS integrated circuit and the founder of MEMS Research Center in Singapore. Participants also include senior managers from State-owned companies such as China Railway, State Grid, Sinopec, PetroChina, Aviation Industry Corporation of China. In addition, professors from MIT, University of Colorado, University of Michigan, University of Cincinnati, University of Washington, University of Geneva of Switzerland, Tsinghua University are also in attendance. Managers in charge of technology at overseas companies including IBM, Siemens, Microsoft, Bosch, GE, Nokia, NTT, SK Telecom, ARM, Kaspersky, Honeywell and Tesla Motors, as well as domestic ones, including China Mobile, China Telecom, China Unicom, Huawei, Lenovo, Inspur, Haier, Midea, Foxconn, Alibaba, Baidu, Tencent, JD.com, Qihoo 360 and Neusoft will also take part in the event. With its exhibition area expanded to 50,000 m2 from 32,000 m2, the expo accommodates 489 exhibitors who will demonstrate technology applications and practical cases to visitors with interactive displays. Companies participating in the Expo include IBM, Siemens, OMRON, ARM, Infineon Technologies, China Telecom, China Mobile, China Unicom, XCMG, China North Industries Group Corporation, Aisino Corporation, Huawei, ZTE, Alibaba, Tencent, JD.com, AsiaInfo, Hikvision and Lenovo.


News Article | October 31, 2016
Site: www.prnewswire.co.uk

WUXI, China, Oct. 31, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- The World IoT Expo is held from October 30th to November 1st, 2016 in Wuxi. The expo is jointly hosted by the Chinese Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, the Chinese Ministry of Science and Technology and Jiangsu Provincial People's Government. Jointly supported by the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS), International Telecommunication Union (ITU), Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), Global Standard 1 (GS1) and Auto-ID Labs, it is the largest and highest scale national-level exposition of the Internet of Things sector in China. The China International IoT Expo has been held annually since 2010, and has become widely known over the past six years. This October, approved by the CPC Central Committee and State Council, it was renamed as the World Internet of Things Exposition. Compared with previous years, this year's event will boast a larger scale, higher-level participants and more advanced technologies. With numerous exhibits and upgraded technologies, the event fosters a new beginning for the Internet of Things Exposition. With the theme of "Create IoT Era, Share Global Intelligence", this expo consists of various activities including the IoT Wuxi Summit, the main exhibition of IoT applications and products, the China National College Innovation Competition of IoT Applications and the 4th Meeting of the Governing Group of Wuxi National Sensor Network Innovation Demonstration Zone. The IoT Wuxi Summit invited guests from home and abroad, such as the president of the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) Zhang Xiaogang and deputy secretary-general of ITU Malcolm Johnson, to deliver keynote speeches. The speakers also includes Khalil Najafi, professor of the Electrical and Computer Engineering Division at the University of Michigan; Nadia Magnenat Thalmann, founder and head of the MIRALab Research Laboratory at the University of Geneva; Alain Crozier, head and chief executive of Microsoft Greater China Region; Wu Hequan, academician of the Chinese Academy of Engineering; Wang Jian, chief technology officer at Alibaba; Zhang Shunmao, the president of Huawei Marketing and Solutions and Liu Haitao, chairman of World Sensing Net Group (WSN Group). In addition to an IoT competition for college students and a job fair, the event also includes a press conference for releasing the construction plan for a world-class "Internet of Things town" to promote the development of Wuxi's IoT industry. The IoT Wuxi Summit has the following features: More than 3,000 guests from 23 countries and regions attended the exhibition, including 10 ministerial leaders, and 24 academicians of the Chinese Academy of Sciences and Chinese Academy of Engineering, directors of international associations, the inventor of the COMS integrated circuit and the founder of MEMS Research Center in Singapore. Participants also include senior managers from State-owned companies such as China Railway, State Grid, Sinopec, PetroChina, Aviation Industry Corporation of China. In addition, professors from MIT, University of Colorado, University of Michigan, University of Cincinnati, University of Washington, University of Geneva of Switzerland, Tsinghua University are also in attendance. Managers in charge of technology at overseas companies including IBM, Siemens, Microsoft, Bosch, GE, Nokia, NTT, SK Telecom, ARM, Kaspersky, Honeywell and Tesla Motors, as well as domestic ones, including China Mobile, China Telecom, China Unicom, Huawei, Lenovo, Inspur, Haier, Midea, Foxconn, Alibaba, Baidu, Tencent, JD.com, Qihoo 360 and Neusoft will also take part in the event. With its exhibition area expanded to 50,000 m2 from 32,000 m2, the expo accommodates 489 exhibitors who will demonstrate technology applications and practical cases to visitors with interactive displays. Companies participating in the Expo include IBM, Siemens, OMRON, ARM, Infineon Technologies, China Telecom, China Mobile, China Unicom, XCMG, China North Industries Group Corporation, Aisino Corporation, Huawei, ZTE, Alibaba, Tencent, JD.com, AsiaInfo, Hikvision and Lenovo.


News Article | November 1, 2016
Site: www.prnewswire.co.uk

WUXI, Chine, 1 novembre 2016 /PRNewswire/ - L'Expo mondiale de l'internet des objets (IdO) se tient du 30 octobre au 1er novembre 2016 à Wuxi. Elle est organisée conjointement par le ministère chinois de l'industrie et des technologies de l'information, le ministère chinois des sciences et de la technologie et le gouvernement du Jiangsu populaire provincial. À la fois soutenue par l'Académie chinoise des sciences (ACS), l'Union internationale des télécommunications (UIT), l'Institut des ingénieurs électriciens et électroniciens (IEEE), Global Standard 1 (GS1) et Auto-ID Labs, elle constitue la plus grande exposition nationale consacrée au secteur de l'internet des objets en Chine. L'Expo internationale chinoise de l'internet des objets a lieu chaque année depuis 2010 et s'est fait connaître plus largement au cours des six dernières années. En ce mois d'octobre, avec l'accord du Comité central du PCC et du Conseil d'État, elle a été rebaptisée « Exposition mondiale de l'internet des objets ». Cette année, l'événement se déroulera à plus grande échelle, accueillera des participants de plus haut niveau et exposera des technologies plus avancées. L'événement constitue un nouveau départ pour l'Exposition de l'internet des objets grâce à des expositions multiples et des technologies améliorées. Autour du thème « Créer l'ère de l'IdO et partager l'intelligence mondiale » l'exposition propose diverses activités, y compris le Sommet mondial de l'IdO de Wuxi, l'exposition principale consacrée aux produits et applications de l'IdO, le concours d'innovation en matière d'applications de l'IdO opposant les universités chinoises et la 4e réunion de la Wuxi National Sensor Network Innovation Demonstration Zone. Le Sommet mondial de l'IdO de Wuxi a convié des personnalités nationales et internationales, telles que Zhang Xiaogang, le président de l'Organisation internationale de normalisation (ISO) et Malcolm Johnson, le secrétaire général adjoint de l'UIT à prendre la parole. Parmi les orateurs figurent également Khalil Najafi, professeur du département du génie électrique et informatique de l'Université du Michigan ; Nadia Magnenat-Thalmann, fondatrice et directrice du Laboratoire de recherche MIRALab de l'Université de Genève ; Alain Crozier, président-directeur général de Microsoft pour la région Grande Chine ; Wu Hequan, académicien de l'Académie chinoise d'ingénierie ; Wang Jian, directeur de la technologie chez Alibaba ; Zhang Shunmao, président de Huawei Marketing and Solutions et Liu Haitao, président de World Sensing Net Group (WSN Group). En plus d'un concours de l'IdO destiné aux étudiants et d'un salon de l'emploi, l'événement prévoit également une conférence de presse qui dévoilera le plan de construction d'une « ville de l'IdO » de classe mondiale visant à promouvoir le développement de l'industrie de l'IdO à Wuxi. Le Sommet mondial de l'IdO de Wuxi présente les caractéristiques suivantes : Plus de 3 000 personnes de 23 pays et régions ont participé à l'exposition, dont 10 dirigeants ministériels et 24 académiciens de l'Académie chinoise des sciences et de l'Académie chinoise d'ingénierie, des directeurs d'associations internationales, l'inventeur du circuit intégré COMS et le fondateur du centre de recherche sur les microsystèmes électromécaniques de Singapour. Les participants comprennent également les cadres supérieurs d'entreprises publiques telles que China Railway, State Grid, Sinopec, PetroChina, Aviation Industry Corporation of China. En outre, les professeurs du MIT, de l'Université du Colorado, de l'Université du Michigan, de l'Université de Cincinnati, de l'Université de Washington, de l'Université de Genève en Suisse, de l'Université de Tsinghua sont également présents. Les gestionnaires en charge de la technologie dans des entreprises étrangères, y compris IBM, Siemens, Microsoft, Bosch, GE, Nokia, NTT, SK Telecom, ARM, Kaspersky, Honeywell et Tesla Motors, ainsi que des entreprises nationales, y compris China Mobile, China Telecom, China Unicom, Huawei, Lenovo, Inspur, Haier, Midea, Foxconn, Alibaba, Baidu, Tencent, JD.com, Qihoo 360 et Neusoft prendront également part à l'événement. En passant d'un espace d'exposition de 32 000 à 50 000 m2, le salon peut désormais accueillir quelque 489 exposants qui proposeront aux visiteurs des démonstrations d'applications technologiques et des cas pratiques par l'intermédiaire d'expositions interactives. Les entreprises participant à l'Expo comprennent IBM, Siemens, OMRON, ARM, Infineon Technologies, China Telecom, China Mobile, China Unicom, XCMG, China North Industries Group Corporation, Aisino Corporation, Huawei, ZTE, Alibaba, Tencent, JD.com, AsiaInfo, Hikvision et Lenovo.


News Article | November 2, 2016
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WUXI, China, 2 de noviembre de 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- La exposición mundial de la IdC se celebra del 30 de octubre al 1 de noviembre de 2016 en Wuxi. La exposición está organizada conjuntamente por el Ministerio Chino de Industria y Tecnología de la Información, el Ministerio Chino de Ciencia y Tecnología y el Gobierno Popular Provincial de Jiangsu. También patrocinada por la Academia China de las Ciencias (ACC), la  Unión Internacional de Telecomunicaciones (UIT), el Instituto de Ingenieros Electricistas y Electrónicos (IIEE), Global Standard 1 (GS1) y Auto-ID Labses la mayor exposición a nivel nacional y la de mayor escala del sector de la Internet de las Cosas en China. La exposición internacional china de la IdC se ha celebrado anualmente desde 2010, y se ha hecho ampliamente conocida en los últimos seis años. Este octubre, aprobada por el Comité Central del CPC y el Consejo de Estado, fue renombrada como la Exposición mundial de la Internet de las Cosas. En comparación con años anteriores, el evento de este año incluirá a participantes de mayor escala y nivel y tecnologías más avanzadas. Con numerosas exhibiciones y tecnologías actualizadas, el evento impulsa un nuevo comienzo para la Exposición de la Internet de las Cosas. Con el tema de "Crear la era IdC, compartir la inteligencia global", esta exposición consiste en varias actividades que incluyen la Cumbre IdC de Wuxi, la principal exposición de aplicaciones y productos IdC, el concurso de innovación en aplicaciones IdC de las universidades nacionales chinas y la cuarta reunión del grupo de gobierno de la Wuxi National Sensor Network Innovation Demonstration Zone. La Cumbre IdC de Wuxi invitó a personalidades nacionales e internacionales, como el presidente de la Organización Internacional de Estandarización (ISO) Zhang Xiaogang y el subsecretario general de ITU Malcolm Johnson, para ofrecer los discursos de apertura. Entre los ponentes también se incluyen:  Khalil Najafi, profesor del departamento de ingeniería de electricidad y computacional en la Universidad de Michigan; Nadia Magnenat Thalmann, fundadora y directora del Laboratorio de investigación MIRALab de la Universidad de Ginebra; Alain Crozier, director y consejero delegado de Microsoft para la región de China continental; Wu Hequan, académico de la Academia China de Ingeniería; Wang Jian, director de Tecnología en Alibaba; Zhang Shunmao, el director general de Huawei Marketing and Solutions y Liu Haitao, presidente de World Sensing Net Group (WSN Group). Además de un concurso sobre IdC para estudiantes universitarios y una feria de empleo, el evento también incluye una rueda de prensa para lanzar el plan de construcción de una "ciudad de Internet de las Cosas" de clase mundial para promover el desarrollo de la industria de la IdC de Wuxi. La Cumbre IdC de Wuxi tiene las siguientes características: Más de 3.000 invitados de 23 países y regiones asistieron a la exposición, incluyendo 10 líderes ministeriales y 24 académicos de la Academia China de las Ciencias y la Academia China de Ingeniería, directores de asociaciones internacionales, el inventor del circuito integrado de COMS y el fundador del Centro de Investigación MEMS en Singapur. Los participantes también incluyen altos directivos de compañías estatales como  China Railway, State Grid, Sinopec, PetroChina, Aviation Industry Corporation of China. Además, los profesores de MIT, Universidad de Colorado, Universidad de Michigan, Universidad de Cincinnati, Universidad de Washington, Universidad de Ginebra de Suiza, Universidad Tsinghua también asistieron. Los gestores a cargo de tecnología en compañías internacionales como IBM, Siemens, Microsoft, Bosch, GE, Nokia, NTT, SK Telecom, ARM, Kaspersky, Honeywell y Tesla Motors, así como naionales, como China Mobile, China Telecom, China Unicom, Huawei, Lenovo, Inspur, Haier, Midea, Foxconn, Alibaba, Baidu, Tencent, JD.com, Qihoo 360 y Neusoft también participaron en el evento. Con su área de exposición ampliada a 50.000 m2 desde 32.000 m2, la exposición aloja 489 expositores que demuestran aplicaciones tecnológicas y casos prácticos a los visitantes con pantallas interactivas. Las compañías participantes en la exposición son IBM, Siemens, OMRON, ARM, Infineon Technologies, China Telecom, China Mobile, China Unicom, XCMG, China North Industries Group Corporation, Aisino Corporation, Huawei, ZTE, Alibaba, Tencent, JD.com, AsiaInfo, Hikvision y Lenovo.

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