The 13th China Hi-Tech Fair Opens Today
The 13th China Hi-Tech Fair opens today with companies and delegations from nineteen different countries displaying various state of the art technologies and products. Foreign countries have brought a large number of innovative projects seeking international cooperation.
Shenzhen Mayor, Xu Qin said that this year’s fair attracted more professional foreign exhibitors and visitors already occupying 60 percent of the electronics exhibition area. There have been two CHTF sub-fairs that were successfully held in Israel and Hungary. During this fair around 30 percent of the exhibitors were Chinese companies and many signed cooperative agreements with foreign enterprises.
At this year’s China Hi-Tech Fair, the Internet of Things, which is also known as the wireless sensor network will be the fair’s highlight. The system can connect individual devices through sensors. Senior officials will have discussions with several countries on ways to boost international cooperation in terms of innovation and further accelerate the transformation of economic development.
The fair first began in 1999 and has been recognized as one of the biggest and most influential scientific and technological exhibitions in the World.