IoT industry fuels Wuxi's digital transformation
Wuxi is speeding up IoT development, as the big data, artificial intelligence, and 5G sectors continue to grow. [Photo/IC]
Digital transformation has become a new strategy of many cities in China, as the big data, artificial intelligence, and 5G sectors are jointly accelerating digital development.
Wuxi, a city famous for the development of its internet of things (IoT) sector in East China's Jiangsu province, is speeding up digital transformation in both industrial and household fields.
The Internet of Vehicles (IoV) Operation and Management Center in Nanshan IoV Town will be used for smart monitoring, guidance, and early warning of vehicles in the future. [Photo by Liu Tianyang/chinadaily.com.cn]
With the launch of the Wuxi National Internet of Vehicles Pilot Area in 2020, the use of IoT in transportation was officially pioneered in Wuxi. Transportation remains a top priority when it comes to urban construction.
"The application of IoV will enable a smoother traffic flow and will largely guide transportation safety in the future," said Zhang Yulong, marketing department regional manager of Aerospace Daway Technologies Co Ltd, a third party company in charge of building the IoV Operation and Management Center in Wuxi's Nanshan IoV Town.