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The development of smart city clusters is surging with new opportunities

recently, the media disclosed that the development plan of the capital economic circle has entered the stage of expert review, and the countdown to the introduction of the plan has entered, including infrastructure construction, medical construction, ecological environment construction, supervision, etc. In terms of infrastructure integration, the main anchor bolt tray shear strength testing equipment for transportation construction is centered on the construction of Beijing new airport. Experts pointed out that based on the new transportation hub, the Beijing Tianjin Hebei region should plan the construction of smart cities in advance

as an important practice of new urbanization, the integration of Beijing, Tianjin and Hebei is expected to solve the problem of the construction of smart city clusters under the new situation of the central government vigorously promoting and top-level design breaking. According to the prediction of authoritative institutions, the total scale of smart city investment during the 12th Five Year Plan period is expected to reach 500billion yuan, and many fields such as intelligent transportation and cloud computing will usher in huge market opportunities. In short, with the acceleration of the integration of Beijing, Tianjin and Hebei, the construction of smart cities will undoubtedly become an important supporting point in the integration process, and will gradually break the situation of the separation of smart cities in the past, build a unified and benign smart city system, and achieve coordinated development

in March this year, the State Council issued the national new urbanization plan (2014-2020), and smart cities were included in the plan. The plan clearly requires to promote the construction of smart cities, coordinate the utilization of material resources, information resources and intellectual resources for urban development, and promote the innovative application of new generation information technologies such as IOT, cloud computing and big data. The plan also defines six indicators related to the direction of smart city construction, including broadband information network, informatization of planning and management, intelligent infrastructure, convenience of public services, modernization of industrial development and refinement of social governance. It can be predicted that with the acceleration of the integration of Beijing, Tianjin and Hebei, smart cities are expected to blossom in an all-round way. Among them, smart transportation and smart environmental protection will become two key areas

according to the Beijing Tianjin Hebei transportation integration planning goal under preparation, by 2020, it is planned to form a 9000 km expressway and a 3-hour road traffic circle in major cities in Beijing Tianjin Hebei, a 9500 km railway and more than 10 enterprises in major cities, with the output of cathode materials exceeding 10000 tons, and a 1-hour intercity railway traffic circle in cities, so as to achieve the goal of 100million passengers at the Capital International Airport and put into use the phase I project of Beijing second airport. Yang Chuantang, Minister of transport, stressed that the Beijing Tianjin Hebei region should be built into a leading area for the modernization of transportation, fully drawing on the advanced experience of transportation development in world-class urban agglomerations, taking the lead in promoting the organic and coordinated development of integrated transportation, smart transportation, green transportation and safe transportation, and accelerating the formation of a comprehensive transportation system with supporting facilities, advanced and applicable technical equipment, and safe and efficient transportation services, Strive to promote the modernization of transportation in Beijing, Tianjin and Hebei to take the lead in the country

not only the problem of intelligent transportation needs the cooperation of Beijing, Tianjin and Hebei, but also the solution of environmental pollution problems such as air pollution, we must start from the whole region of Beijing, Tianjin and Hebei. At present, while shutting down and rectifying high pollution and high emission enterprises in Hebei, relevant units use scientific and technological means to analyze the causes of haze and manage pollution sources. To control air pollution, we must first understand pollutants. For this reason, Beijing, Tianjin and Hebei have carried out close cooperation. In Shijiazhuang, the three places have used Shijiazhuang TV tower to carry out atmospheric gradient monitoring, which is also the first atmospheric gradient monitoring station put into use in China

Zheng Jun, general manager of IBM Greater China smart city, said that in China, the government proposed to take a new urbanization path of intensive, intelligent, green and low-carbon, from pursuing the speed of urban development to pursuing quality. The goal of smart city construction is to improve citizens' lives, innovate industrial upgrading, improve service levels, and promote the smarter and more quality development of the city through intelligent management methods and technical means

He Ning, President of ESRI China Information Technology Co., Ltd., believes that in recent years, China's urbanization development strategy has made the role and position of urban informatization construction more prominent, and the rapid progress of modern science and technology, including cloud computing, big data, IOT, mobile communications, etc., also provides a new platform and space for the construction of smart cities. As one of the basic attributes of the interrelationship among people, heaven, earth and things, geographic information has become an important foundation for the development of smart cities. Geographic information technology enables smart cities not only to have comprehensive information generation capabilities, but also to have strong capabilities in information analysis, processing, sharing and collaboration

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