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Bao Yujun: Modern Science and Technology Make Community Life More Intelligent

Source: www.cnr.cn Date: 2015-02-03

As a financial report carried by www.cnr.cn goes, the first China Intelligent Community Development Forum was held at the China National Convention Center on 10 January. It was co-organized by the National Research Center of Cultural Industries in Tsinghua University, the Communications Standards Research Institute of the China Academy of Information and Communications Technology, the Wisdom Neighborhood (Beijing) Information Science Research Institute and the Wisdom Life Industry Alliance and hosted by the website www.llzg.com. Bao Yujun, Former Vice Chairman of the All-China Federation of Industry and Commerce, Research Fellow of the COSC and Chairman of the All-China Private Enterprises Federation made an opening speech.
       In his speech, he said, “It gives me great pleasure to attend the forum today. The theme of the forum is “From Vision to Practice”. We all live in communities and can all feel the day-to-day change of communities. Modern science and technology has made community life more and more intelligent. The year 2014 is the first year for the Central Leading Group for Cyber Security and Informatization, a year in which many ministries and commissions rolled out policies and initiatives to promote the development of intelligent communities. At the beginning of the year, the NDRC issued the Notice on Accelerating the IT Implementation of Projects for the Benefit of the People, which gave priority to promoting community IT development, constructing comprehensive family application platforms and enriching household information services. In May, the Ministry of Housing and Urban-Rural Development issued the Trial Guidance for the Development of Intelligent Communities, setting clear indicators for developing intelligent communities as well as explorative and innovative indicators.
    He also said that the Guiding Opinions on Promoting Sound Development of Smart Cities jointly issued by eight ministries and commissions requires innovations in the service models for intelligent buildings and smart communities and encourages private capital to participate in investment and operation in order to unleash market vitality and put in place innovative models for sustainable development. In the long run, the launch of initiatives for promoting intelligent community development by central government departments and various local governments will inject new vigor into the development of intelligent communities and jumpstart the upgrading and updating of relevant industries. Several years ago, developed countries, such as those in Europe and the United States started the practice of smart community development. In the United States, Canada and Sweden, for example, the smart community industrial chain is rather complete, with smart products, smart services and smart community solutions put into practice in communities, and thus experience has been accumulated.

In conclusion, he said that in the face of competition and technological upgrading amidst globalization, domestic social organizations and companies should establish flexible, user-specific and need-specific competition mechanisms, endeavor to achieve innovation and creativity, provide differentiated products and services and satisfy the various needs of communities in an all-round way. Communities have different groups of people based on different regions, customs and living habits and the residents, firms and institutions have diversified needs. What the households and residents in the community want has shifted from just information services and online shopping to community OTO, intelligent families, smart old-age support, intelligent education, intelligent medical care, intelligent security, mobile phone applications, cloud services, big data, wearable equipment, etc. As a result, various new products, services and business models have emerged and been tested in communities, which are welcomed by community residents, businesses and institutions.