41 major projects in BDA put into practice

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Forty-one major projects in the Beijing Economic-Technological Development Area (BDA) have been put into practice, with 19 of them signed, 12 under construction, and five brought into production in the first half of 2020.

As one of the major projects, Xiaomi Internet Electronics Industrial Park covering about 200,000 square meters recently began production and is expected to produce 60 smart phones per minute. Apart from producing 5G mobile phones, its multiple functions include warehouse logistics, cloud computing, research and production, and experimentation.

"Thanks to the assistance and services throughout the whole process of the project, Xiaomi Industrial Park is operating successfully," said a person in charge at the Xiaomi park. A project service manager from the BDA is involved in the entire process from signing and construction to production. Every week, the manager keeps in touch with the project leader of Xiaomi park and holds a group meeting to inquire about issues and solve problems.

Another major project, the research center of China Intelligent and Connected Vehicles (Beijing) Research Institute, has also officially begun construction recently. The project focusing on self-driving vehicles is expected to build five research centers, 15 laboratories, and a trial manufacturing center. A mission for the project is to improve the prestige of China's intelligent connected vehicles and relevant industries in the global value chain.

By the end of June, 23 technical and innovative centers in the BDA had yielded 34 new technologies and products, covering various high-end industries such as medicine, robotics, integrated circuits, new types of displays, accessories of photoetching machine, and so on.

Focusing on core technologies in key areas, the BDA will quicken the pace to transform the technologies into products, according to an official of the area.

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