Drone regulations in the “Capital of Drones” Shenzhen wins applause

Local authorities across China began rolling out new drone regulations. Wu Xi, a southeastern city in Jiangsu province and Sichuan already had such regulations. On September 7, Shenzhen’s Legislative Affairs Office followed suit by issuing Management Rules of Small Unmanned Aerial Vehicle(UAV) (Briefly, Shenzhen Guidelines) and solicited opinions from the public. Shenzhen is known to…

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Beijing stops launching new sharing bikes and to issue guidance

On September 7, the Beijing Municipal Commission of Transport convened managers of the district management departments and 15 sharing bike companies. After listening to the opinions and advices on sharing bikes’ delivery and management, the commission decided to stop putting new sharing bikes into markets. All the sharing bike companies show their understanding and support…

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DJI is reported to test Self-driving cars

Internet News Reports DJI On August 28, Tech-Web, a we-media, claimed it found DJI’s “secret base” in Shekou district, Shenzhen: DJI self-driving car is being tested there and Tech-Web even exposed photos of these cars. It is reported that the DJI self-driving car being tested is a Ford Edge SUV. From external observation, this self-driving…

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Shared commute again was under the spotlight in China

In early August, a batch of brand new BMW 1-series sedans showed on the streets of Shenyang. These luxury vehicles, equipped with Wifi connection, facial recognition, smart voice assistant, are shared cars which cost users only 1.5RMB per kilometer. Though it turned out that BMW Brilliance Automobile or BMW China were not behind this, luxury…

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DJI is Secretly Developing Automatic Drive

In the mid-2017, during Shenzhen municipal CPPCC, Frank Wang, the CEO of DJI, aired his opinion of unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV). Speaking of UAV regulation, most measures are bans, which greatly limit the use of UAV as well as the application of new technologies. With the increasingly rigid air policy, DJI is going to explore…

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China’s Cable TV is Strongly Impacted by IPTV

Industry data shows that by the end of the second quarter, the number of cable digital TV subscribers in China had declined to 159.93 million households, for the first time below 160 million. According to the industry, the IPTV and OTT business has significantly impacted the subscription of cable digital television. It is known that…

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The Chinese Internet model is being pursued overseas

The mobile phone selling like hotcakes in Africa isn’t Samsung nor Apple, but Tecno, a Shenzhen-based telecommunications company in China. According to open statistics, the company holds more than 40% of market shares in the 6 major countries of North Africa. Tecno broke into the African market using two mobile innovations: Dual-SIMs and beauty selfie…

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Baidu Waimai is rumored to be in merger talks with Ele.me

According to a Caijing report, after Baidu Waimai (the food delivery unit of Chinese search engine company Baidu Inc.) discussions with S.F. Express (SF) were called off, Baidu Waimai maintained financial connections with Ele.me. Negotiations between both parties are now reaching a close, and if everything goes smoothly, results will be released within 2-3 weeks….

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SF Express gets first China drone licence to deliver the goods

Although many domestic logistics and electronics giants are actively trying out UAV delivery (Unmanned Aerial Vehicle) today, none of them have been able to reach a stage of large-scale deployment. This is largely due to the supervisory pressure stemming from the regulatory guidelines of UAV usage. Therefore, getting authorized for UAV deployment has now become…

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