Serving as an international display platform for innovation and entrepreneurship with Shenzhen characteristics, the 2019 National Mass Innovation and Entrepreneurship Week Shenzhen Venue and Fifth Shenzhen International Maker Week kicked off at Huaqiangbei in Futian District on Thursday morning.
A daily average of 849,000 rides on shared bikes were recorded in the city, down from 5.17 million rides a day at its peak, according to the first quarter report on app-based bikes released by the city’s transport bureau Wednesday.
The new 5G service will be available to Shenzhen residents in the latter half of the year, the Shenzhen Special Zone Daily reported, citing information released by three of the country’s major mobile network operators, namely China Mobile, China Unicom and China Telecom.
Shenzhen has the most patents in China involving 5G technology, graphene, robotics and blockchain, and is atop the international rankings in PCT patent applications in the four fields, the Shenzhen Special Zone Daily reported.
Huawei Technologies said Wednesday that it may launch a self-developed operating system (OS) later this year as the tech giant steps up efforts to enhance in-house software capabilities to offset the fallout from U.S. restrictions.
With 172 fast charging poles for electric vehicles (EVs) put into operation recently, Shenzhen Minle EV Charging Station has become the largest of its kind in the world with a total of 637 charging poles.
Fourteen of London’s fastest-growing creative companies joined the deputy mayor of London on an international trade mission to Shenzhen from Tuesday to yesterday, looking to secure extra investment and explore business opportunities.
Shenzhen Metro, in cooperation with Huawei Technologies, has realized faster data transfer between trains and Metro stations with the deployment of monitoring cameras on trains and small intelligent terminals installed at the stations.
Four innovative enterprises from New Zealand in the fields of online tourism, education, fintech and robotics gave a roadshow during the New Zealand-Futian Business Summit at Consumer Electronics Exchange and Exhibition Center on Friday night, to find cooperation opportunities.
The 15th China International Cultural Industries Fair (ICIF) kicks off at the Shenzhen Convention and Exhibition Center and 66 subvenues across the city May 16, presenting a cornucopia of cultural events to the public until Monday.
Ultra high definition displays with 4K resolution have been installed inside Terminal 3 of the Shenzhen International Airport to livecast the landings and takeoffs of planes and the arrival of passengers.