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On the evening of September 7, as a part of the ongoing 2019 World Internet of Things Expo, a release conference of the latest 60 Internet of Things technologies, products and applications representing the development trend of global Internet of Things technology was held in Wuxi Taihu International Expo Center. Li Xiaomin, Secretary of the CPC Wuxi Municipal Committee, Ma Qiulin, Vice Governor of Jiangsu Province, Ni Guangnan, member of the Chinese Academy of Engineering and Researcher of the Institute of Computing Technology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Chen Jian, Academician of the Chinese Academy of Engineering and President of Jiangnan University, Yang Enhui, member of the Royal Canadian Academy of Sciences and Tenured Professor at the University of Waterloo, Canada, Yang Tianruo, Academician of the Canadian Academy of Engineering, Huang Zihe, Vice President of the China Electronic Information Industry Development Research Institute, Bernhard Thies, President of CENELEC, Zhu Xiumei, Deputy Director-General of the Science and Technology Department of the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, Chi Yu, Deputy Director of the Jiangsu Provincial Department of Industry and Information Technology, Xu Yiping, Director of the Standing Committee of the Wuxi Municipal People's Congress, Zhou Minwei, Chairman of the Wuxi Municipal Committee of the CPPCC, Xu Jie, Deputy Secretary of the CPC Wuxi Municipal Committee, Xie Xiaojun and Gao Yaguang, municipal leaders of Wuxi, all attended the conference and presented the awards.
The conference fully embodied the extensive participation, review authority and achievements advanced. In the early stage, the organizing committee of the World Internet of Things Expo collected projects from all over the world focusing on hot areas such as 5G, Internet of vehicles, intelligent manufacturing, industrial Internet of things and smart energy. A total of 1,512 projects from China and more than 10 countries, including the United States, Germany, Sweden and South Korea, were selected for the evaluation, an increase of more than 400 over 2018. 10 golden awards, 10 special awards and 40 innovative awards were selected after preliminary, retrial and final reviews. To a large extent, these award-winning achievements reflected and represented the development level of the Internet of Things industry, technology and application in China and even the world today. (Photo/Wuxi Daily)