CHTF 2022 Showcases Future-proof Technologies in Shenzhen and Online
The 24th China Hi-Tech Fair (CHTF 2022), which opened in Shenzhen, China on November 15 and will last until November 19, has surprised visitors both offline and online during the first three days with numerous future-facing technologies and innovations on display in the fields of IT, high-end medical equipment, new energy, aviation and aerospace.
This year’s CHTF is expected to gather over 8,000 innovative items from over 5,000 exhibitors from nearly 40 countries and regions. Various overseas delegations exhibited international cutting-edge technologies and key cooperation and exchange programs, including Canva, a graphic design APP developed by a super unicorn from the Australian Delegation; a dynamic visual intelligence SoC from the Swiss Delegation; a bioHUB cloud platform from the Brazilian Delegation; and programs for sustainable innovation and digital development and successful investment cases from the Belgium Pavilion.
On the domestic side, the Shenzhen Institute of Advanced Technology alone brought 250 items to this year’s CHTF, including rapid imaging technology, a flexible tactile sensor based on a six-dimensional force, and a wearable brain function enhancement system.
Technologies designed for smarter living have drawn particular interest in the exhibition hall, and include inspection robots for parking lots, translation headsets, and ultra-thin transparent holographic screens. For example, a two-arm hand-brewing coffee robot drew a large crowd as it demonstrated how to leverage its two-arm collaboration and high-precision algorithms to make a cup of barista-level hand-brewed coffee.
Meanwhile, at the China Hi-tech Forum held on November 15-17, speakers discussed topics such as the future of industry, digital twin, and future transportation. Mr. Yu Feng, President of Honeywell China, shared his insights into the relationship between intelligent manufacturing and sustainable development, while Mr. Xue Wei, President of Fujitsu (China) Information Systems Co., Ltd., elaborated on how Fujitsu used digital innovation to promote sustainable development.
To ensure online visitors from across the world enjoy an immersive experience, CHTF has upgraded its online exhibition system to integrate cutting-edge technologies such as 5G+ ultra-HD video and VR, allowing visitors to freely browse exhibits, trade projects, cloud forums, live streaming and playback, international exhibitions, and themed tour highlights, as well as communicate remotely with exhibitors. Please visit: https://online.chtf.com/pcen24/#/home