China science, technology news summary -- March 25

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BEIJING, March 25 (Xinhua) -- The following is a summary of published science and technology news of China.


The 8th Drone World Congress 2024 will be held from May 24 to 26 in the southern Chinese metropolis of Shenzhen, the event's organizers said.

The congress, with a theme of "Low-altitude Economy, The Future," will see the participation of nearly 500 enterprises from home and abroad, according to the organizers.

More than 10,000 industry experts, scholars and entrepreneurs from over 110 countries and regions will attend the congress. It will include a range of activities such as parallel forums and exchange meetings, focusing on topics such as drones and low-altitude economy and artificial intelligence robot.


Nearly two years after the first BAO Robot took up the post at Baosteel in Shanghai, the country's largest steel maker has brought in many more such smart robots amid its digital transformation.

China Baowu Steel Group Corporation planned to introduce over 10,000 BAO Robots by 2026. Unlike their predecessors, the new robots are powered by smart cloud platforms.

In recent years, lighthouse factories, unmanned factories, and smart factories have been mushrooming in China. Increased productivity there offers an insight into how new quality productive forces are driving high-quality growth in the world's second-largest economy.


China's first independently developed hydrogen-powered urban train completed a test at a speed of 160 kph on Thursday, marking a breakthrough in the application of hydrogen energy in rail transit.

The train, developed by CRRC Changchun Railway Vehicles Co., Ltd. in Changchun, northeast China's Jilin Province, was tested on a test track belonging to the enterprise, achieving a full-system, full-scenario and multi-level performance verification. Enditem

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