Optics Valley high-tech products help in work resumption
East Lake High-tech Development Zone -- also known as Optics Valley of China -- in Wuhan, capital city of Central China's Hubei province, published a list of 105 coronavirus-fighting innovative projects and technological products which have been successfully used for novel coronavirus prevention and the return to work, according to local media reports on March 23.
Zone officials said they were developed by its resident companies.
The technical products and services on the list covered six areas -- 29 virus detection projects, 32 epidemic monitoring and analysis projects, 21 medical services guarantee projects, eight office products, 13 life services projects and two other projects.
Of these, 32 scientific and technological products and projects -- related to epidemic monitoring and analysis and information services -- were developed by 28 enterprises in the zone.
Officials said a video big data AI app case assisted Wuhan and all districts of the city to implement video monitoring of multiple projects -- including four universities, 22 pop-up emergency hospitals, 58 designated hospitals, 61 fever clinics, 132 medical isolation hotels and other key areas -- with a total of 4,238 cameras.
This realized real-time control of key epidemic control areas, they said.
During the epidemic, a "Shimo Document" developed by an enterprise in the zone was launched for download, free of charge.
This helped a large number of volunteers to collect and record information, dispatch personnel and distribute materials and other work.
It also helped many sub-districts’ offices in the zone to collect information on 370,000 enterprises in many industries, with more than 28 million users -- and also helped enterprises to improve their online office efficiency. It is currently being updated continuously.
At the same time, some online education platforms also launched free online reading services for readers, ensuring that people read and learn at home.
In addition, the platforms also provided users with many types of free digital course resources such as audios, videos, e-books and PDFs that can be downloaded and printed. Similar online courses helped professionals needing to brush up on their skills after the return to work.
Contactless service applications have also become hot favorite on the list.
Officials said that logistics distribution robots, unmanned security patrol robots and disinfection robots also went into use. They were handy in fully automated driving, intelligent distributions of goods and disinfections.
In addition, the list also included online recruitment technical solutions, online group buying platforms and data management services -- covering all aspects of production and daily work need by companies in their return to output.