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Anshan Heli Laser Equipment Co., Ltd.

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Address: No. 368 Qianshan Road, High-tech Zone, Anshan City

Dongguan Heli Laser Equipment Co., Ltd.

Address: No. 48 Wenxiang Road, Xiaoxiang, Wanjiang District, Dongguan City, Guangdong Province

Phone: 0769-88879968

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The Internet of Things is now being competed by developed countries in the world as a strategic emerging industry to revitalize the economy

Release time: 2014.09.04 News source: Laser cutting machine, laser engraving machine, laser marking machine, laser equipment brand manufacturer-Dongguan Heli Laser Equipment Co., Ltd.

In July 2014, the Ministry of Finance and the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology issued the "Administrative Measures for the Development of National Internet of Things and Rare Earth Industry Subsidy Funds", which clearly pointed out the scope of subsidy fund support and support methods for different contents.

Such intensive attention to an industry shows that the country attaches great importance to this information technology revolution. However, due to the lack of a unified national Internet of Things technology standard, the development of China's Internet of Things market has always been large and not strong. How to solve this problem? Li Xin, member of the National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference, "prescribe the right medicine": Further promote the establishment of national technical standards for the Internet of Things. According to member Li Xin, the development of the Internet of Things in China started in 2009. In November 2011, the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology issued the "Twelfth Five-Year Plan for the Development of the Internet of Things." The state subsidies for the Internet of Things began with the establishment of a special fund for the development of the Internet of Things in conjunction with the Ministry of Finance and the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology in 2011. By 2013, a total of 1.5 billion yuan in special Internet of Things funds had been arranged, with an average annual fund of 500 million yuan, supporting more than 500 projects. Until July 2014, the Ministry of Finance and the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology issued the "Administrative Measures for the Development of National Internet of Things and Rare Earth Industry Subsidy Funds." From 2009 to now, the overall spatial pattern of agglomeration and development of the four major regions including the Bohai Rim, the Yangtze River Delta, the Pearl River Delta, and the Midwest has been preliminarily formed.

At present, the development of China's Internet of Things industry is beginning to take shape. The radio frequency identification (RFID) industry market size exceeds 10 billion yuan, of which the low frequency and high frequency RFID are relatively mature. There are more than 1,600 enterprises and institutions engaged in the development, production, and application of sensors in the country, with an annual output of 2.4 billion and a market size of more than 90 billion yuan, of which the micro-electromechanical system (MEMS) sensor market size exceeds 15 billion yuan; communications equipment manufacturing The industry has strong international competitiveness. Build the world's largest and technologically advanced public communication network and the Internet. The number of machine-to-machine (M2M) terminals is close to 10 million, forming one of the world's largest M2M markets. According to incomplete statistics, in 2013, China's Internet of Things market size reached 486.9 billion yuan. China's Internet of Things made a profit of US $ 76.9 billion in 2013, second only to the US runner-up. At this rate, it is conservatively estimated that the overall scale of China's Internet of Things industry will exceed one trillion by 2016.

Nevertheless, in the process of the development of the Internet of Things technology, China has always lacked the mastery of some key technologies, so product grades cannot be upgraded and prices cannot be lowered. The lack of independent property rights of key technologies such as RFID (radio frequency identification) is one of the key factors limiting the development of China's Internet of Things. It is also worth noting that industry technical standards are missing. At present, there is not only a lack of standards for the sensor network itself, but also a lack of standards for interconnection between the sensor network and other networks. It is imperative to further promote the establishment of national IoT technology standards. According to the development trend of the national Internet of Things industry and the existing industrial foundation, China can start from the three-layer network architecture system of the Internet of Things perception layer, network layer and application layer. The four major fields of system integration and standardization, the application of the Internet of Things, and the provision of content services provide the Internet of Things standard system framework, vigorously promote the vertical and horizontal expansion of the Internet of Things industry chain, and fully promote the accelerated development of the Internet of Things industry.

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