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“Sensing China”

Development of Sensory Cities Ramps Up in China with Application of Technologies in Key Fields

Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao’s proposal of the “Sensing China” strategy in August 2009 has triggered the development of “sensory cities” around the country. Along with the development of new-generation information technologies including the Internet of things and cloud computing, the development of sensory cities also focuses on the application of new technologies in key fields including urban management, environmental protection, health care and urban traffic.

In the health care field, the informatization of such sectors as public health, medical services, medical security, drug and food and health administration will help achieve the efficient, accurate and interactive collection and transmission of health care information, intelligentize the health care management and accelerate the development of the health care system.

The specific tasks include the regional health records-based health care platform, electronic medical records, public health emergency command and intelligent decision-making system, health supervision and mobile enforcement system, medical supplies tracing and quality monitoring system, as well as wireless all-in-one smart hospital.

The sensory cities focusing on health care applications will be: Beijing, Shanghai, Shenyang, Suzhou, Wuxi, Yangzhou, Zhenjiang, Wenzhou, Fuzhou, Xiamen, Zibo, Guangzhou, Shenzhen and Kunming.

In the urban traffic field, advanced information technologies, data transmission technologies, electronic control technologies and computer processing technologies will be applied to traffic and transportation to establish an informatized, intelligentized and socialized system, which provides citizens with multiple services and enhance the security, energy-efficiency and effectiveness of urban traffic through the collection, processing, distribution, exchange, analysis and utilization of information.

The specific tasks include smart traffic signal control system, traffic video analysis and monitoring system, e-police system, automatic entry control monitoring system, dynamic traffic guidance information system, smart logistics information platform, goods tracing and positioning system, as well as process visualization and smart management system.

In the environmental protection field, an overall industrial pollution control system featuring real-time data perception, resource concentration and sharing, system integration as well as effective supervision and decision-making will be established to reduce waste, improve environment and prevent environmental accidents.

The specific tasks include the intelligent waste discharge and automatic monitoring device, wireless monitoring system for pollution treatment, water quality data monitoring system, air monitoring system, dangerous goods and discards monitoring and control system as well as regional ecological monitoring system.

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