IDC: The total number of Internet of Things IP connections in China will exceed 10 billion in 2025
IDC (International Data Corporation, International Data Consulting Company) released a report that by the end of 2020, it is expected that China’s Internet of Things IP connections will reach 4.53 billion; from 2020 to 2025, China’s Internet of Things IP connections will grow at a compound annual growth rate of 17.8%, and by 2025 The total annual connections will reach 10.27 billion.
In terms of connection technology, wired connection and WiFi account for the highest proportion of all types of connections. In 2020, the number of wired and WiFi connections will reach 2.49 billion, accounting for 55.1% of the total number of connections, and it is expected to reach 4.68 billion by 2025. The report pointed out that in many scenarios such as video surveillance, industrial Internet of Things, and smart homes, wired and WiFi will still occupy an important proportion. The number of cellular connections in 2020 will be 1.14 billion. Due to the large-scale coverage of NB-IoT and 5G networks, and the rapid popularization of downstream scenarios, cellular connections will maintain a rapid development trend in the future.
In addition, the Bluetooth-connected home and personal wearable segment maintained rapid growth, driving low-power connectivity to maintain a CAGR of 25.1%.
The first set of “one-button” human-computer interaction automatic drilling rig in China was officially put into industrial testing
According to the latest news from PetroChina, China’s first “one-button” human-computer interaction 7,000-meter automatic drilling rig was officially put into operation on the Wei 204H62 platform of PetroChina Chuanqing Drilling Company located in the Changning-Weiyuan National Shale Gas Demonstration Zone in Sichuan Province on the 1st. Industrial test. Sun Jinsheng, an academician of the Chinese Academy of Engineering, commented that the drilling rig “turns the blue-collar workers into white-collar workers”, which has greatly improved the international competitiveness of my country’s oil drilling equipment.
According to PetroChina, the one-button human-computer interaction 7000-meter automatic drilling rig is a national scientific and technological task project. During the development process, PetroChina has overcome many technical bottlenecks of “stuck neck”, and has successively broken through “one-button” human-computer interaction such as “one-button human-computer interaction control” and “independent establishment of roots”. The composite linkage, cross operation and seamless connection of each equipment reduces the auxiliary operation time and improves the operation efficiency. The overall lifting of the drilling rig is upgraded from the original winch to the ground remote hydraulic cylinder lifting, which greatly improves the lifting speed and realizes the intrinsic safety; each well can reduce the auxiliary operation time by 2-3 days. At present, the drilling rig has obtained 10 invention patents.
IoT Political Knowledge
Jiangxi comprehensively promotes intelligentization of civil affairs information
Recently, the Jiangxi Provincial Government Information Office and the Jiangxi Provincial Department of Civil Affairs jointly held a press conference on the “14th Five-Year Plan for the Development of Civil Affairs in Jiangxi Province” (hereinafter referred to as the “Plan”) to interpret the specific content of the “Plan”. During the “14th Five-Year Plan” period, the Jiangxi Civil Affairs Department regards the informatization and intelligence of civil affairs as an important means and supporting element for the development of civil affairs, and promotes the transformation and upgrading of the informatization of civil affairs to intelligence.
According to the “Planning”, during the “14th Five-Year Plan” period, the Jiangxi Provincial Department of Civil Affairs will vigorously promote the transformation and upgrading of civil affairs informatization to intelligence, and realize the “synergy” of business systems, the “convenience” of government services, and the “intelligence” of business processing. Data application “integration”.
At present, the civil affairs area of ”Ganfutong” has launched 10 services including Electronic marriage certificates. In order to promote the full integration of civil and government affairs services into the “Ganfutong” platform, the Jiangxi Provincial Department of Civil Affairs will add 24 convenience services to Ganfutong, such as expanding spatial location services and convenient and beneficial map services.
Huang Yongmao, deputy director of the Jiangxi Provincial Civil Affairs Department, said that the Jiangxi Provincial Civil Affairs Department will also build an artificial intelligence platform that integrates speech recognition, semantic recognition, face recognition, portrait analysis, and behavior analysis. “We are making comprehensive use of various intelligent technologies, and working with relevant departments to carry out special events such as “One Thing Behind”, “Protection for Distressed Children”, and “Rescue and Assistance for Low-income Population”, so as to achieve more convenient services for the masses and smarter business management. “Huang Yongmao said.
2021 China Internet of Things and Smart City Conference will be held in Qingdao in September
From September 26th to 28th, the first 2021 China Internet of Things and Smart City Conference, hosted by the Qingdao Municipal People’s Government and the Industrial Development Promotion Center of the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, and undertaken by Hisense Group and Hisense Network Technology Company, will be held in Qingdao. Academicians, experts and business representatives will jointly discuss the transformation of urban digitalization, create a new ecosystem for digital cities, and discuss the new value of digital transformation.
The theme of this conference is “Technology Integration Industry, Ecological Empowerment Economy”, which will focus on various topics and industry hot topics such as “Internet of Things and Smart City Infrastructure, Urban Application Scenarios and New Economy, Capacity Building and Innovation Ecology”. Through in-depth discussions and case demonstrations, we will build a platform that comprehensively displays the new ecology and innovative scenarios of my country’s smart city industry, a platform that accumulates new momentum for high-quality development, and a platform that gathers national forces to boost the construction of smart cities and accelerate the industry. A collaborative platform for evolution.
At that time, there will be a main forum and three parallel forums on “Smart City of New Life”, “New Infrastructure and New Governance”, and “New Scenarios and New Economy” to showcase the new economic perspective with new technology as the core driving force. New ideas, new designs, new scenarios in the digital age. The conference will also hold exhibitions and on-site observation sessions at the same time to share the latest achievements of advanced regions and leading enterprises in the field of smart city construction.
Frontier of technology
Much lower power consumption than NB-IoT, passive IoT is the “killer” to achieve hundreds of billions of IoT connections
Power supply limitation is one of the biggest challenges facing tens of billions of IoT nodes in the future. Except for a small number of IoT terminals, most terminals do not have the conditions for continuous power supply. Therefore, various power-saving technologies continue to become the mainstay of the IoT industry. The key point is that the low-power wide-area network (LPWAN), which has attracted much attention in the industry in the past few years, was born to solve the pain points of battery-powered IoT terminals and sensors, which is enough to illustrate the importance of this field.
With the rapid expansion of IoT scenarios, more energy-saving and even passive IoT technologies have become an important development direction, and the solution of energy harvesting technology has once again attracted the attention of the industry. At present, many express parcels and clothing have online management needs, and if these items are connected through NB-IoT, LoRa and other technologies, it will increase hardware costs and maintenance costs. Cheaper and battery-free passive IoT technology can meet their management needs. .
The power consumption requirements of related sensors and communication modules will be far lower than the terminal power consumption supported by LPWAN technologies such as NB-IoT and LoRa, and may become another major driver of industrial development after LPWAN. To promote the expansion of the battery-powered Internet of Things to the passive Internet of Things, to a certain extent, the number of Internet of Things connections will be pushed from more than 10 billion to more than 100 billion, so that the Internet of Things can be deeper and wider to serve all walks of life.
Last month, Wang Tao, executive director of Huawei and president of ICT products and solutions, put forward the idea of passive IoT for 5.5G in a public speech, hoping that 5G network can include passive IoT, 5G passive IoT The exploration begins.
BOE launches living hall, IoT innovation accelerates
Recently, BOE (BOE) announced its annual brand tour and launched the Better Life Pavilion. It is reported that this time, BOE will build a smart life experience hall with a sense of technology in Beijing, Shanghai, Shenzhen, Chengdu, Hefei and other popular cities across the country, and focus on displaying BOE’s innovative achievements in the field of Internet of Things in recent years.
Recently, as the first stop of a series of touring exhibitions, BOE displayed the “Time Corridor” on Qianmen Street in Beijing. Through the “Hello BOE” Good Life Pavilion, the world’s leading software and hardware integration of Display, sensing, artificial intelligence, and the Internet of Things was integrated. The cutting-edge technology shows the innovative scenarios of smart home, smart health, smart transportation, smart office, and smart cultural and blog in the “twelve hours” of people’s daily life.
According to IDC’s report, based on a growth rate of 17.8%, the total number of IoT connections will reach 10.27 billion by 2025. The IDC industry report has always been the vane of the industry. The industry evaluation of the Internet of Things is actually conservative, but according to this growth rate, the total volume should not be underestimated.
Looking around, there are too many smart devices around us. During this time, Xiaowu found that there are more than ten IoT terminals in a hotel room during a business trip. Will there be more in the future?
It seems that BOE’s launch of the Living Museum has given us an answer: the scenarios of smart home, smart health, smart transportation, smart office, and smart cultural and blog in the “twelve o’clock” of daily life seem innovative, but they will also be as novel as smartphones. It has become an inseparable part of daily life.
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