Haier Group President Zhou Yunjie explores the industrial Internet with Chinese characteristics
Zhou Yunjie, a representative of the National People’s Congress and President of Haier Group, brought forth “Recommendations on Building an Industrial Internet System with Chinese Characteristics and Promoting the High-quality Development of the Real Economy”. This is the fifth consecutive year that Zhou Yunjie has focused on industrial Internet and put forward suggestions.
As the second half of the Internet, the Industrial Internet is the largest economic opportunity and economic activity after the mobile Internet. It has extremely important economic and social significance. In the era of globalization, whoever has the right to formulate standards has the right to speak in the industry. Therefore, seizing international standards is crucial to the development of my country’s industrial Internet.
In the past few centuries, global industrial changes have been dominated by developed countries in Europe and the United States. This time, China has a distinct advantage on the new track of the Industrial Internet: my country is a country with full coverage of 41 industrial sectors of the United Nations. The complete range of categories means that the industrial Internet is rich in application scenarios, and the unique industrial foundation provides China with certain conditions to lead the development of the industrial Internet. In addition, since 2018, my country has continuously increased its policy support for the Industrial Internet, creating a favorable environment for the vigorous development of China’s Industrial Internet.
Zhou Yunjie believes that the window period for China to seize the global leading opportunity is only two to three years, and the time is very urgent. It is necessary to accelerate the layout of my country’s industrial Internet in the field of international standards.
But the Industrial Internet is a comprehensive system, and there are many standards involved. Therefore, at the two sessions this year, Zhou Yunjie proposed to promote the construction of basic common standards such as platforms, networks, and security, and promote the construction of industrial application standards such as industries, fields, and solutions. Start in many ways to seize development opportunities and strengthen the global voice.
Seizing the right to speak globally is a brand-new subject facing China’s Industrial Internet, and it is also an opportunity for China to seize the leading position in a new round of technological and industrial innovation.化copy.
In this regard, Zhou Yunjie pointed out that there is a prerequisite for the Chinese model to go global, that is, companies with international advantages are best able to replicate and verify in their own overseas factories, and then carry out large-scale replication and promotion.
Hu Yu, Dean of Union Hospital Affiliated to Huazhong University of Science and Technology:
Promoting the high-quality development of smart healthcare in the post-epidemic era
In a recent interview, Hu Yu, member of the National Committee of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference and dean of Union Hospital affiliated to Huazhong University of Science and Technology, pointed out that during the new crown pneumonia epidemic, smart medical care opened up a “second battlefield” on the Internet and played a role as a “strange soldier”. In the post-epidemic era, we hope to promote its high-quality development and play its due role in safeguarding the health of the people and improving the level of primary care.
In Hu Yu’s view, China’s smart medical and healthcare industry, which is based on Internet hospitals, has begun to take shape, but it also faces problems such as low standards, low levels of interconnection, and the need to improve the legal and regulatory system. The construction of smart medical care should be written into the “14th Five-Year Plan”, and some corresponding management standards and safety systems should be established. The interconnection and intercommunication of relevant information resources, resource sharing, and platform data exchange should be strengthened.
Hu Yu also proposed to further expand smart medical services covering the entire life cycle. Improve the “smart + health care” service to increase the utilization rate of the elderly medical and health APP through training; promote the “smart + medical prevention” service, combined with the construction of a grid-based medical consortium, to carry out continuous health monitoring and standardized treatment of residents.
In addition, with about 900 Internet hospitals operating across the country, Hu Yu suggested that the construction of relevant laws and regulations should be further strengthened, and corresponding standard systems such as the Personal Information Protection Law and the Data Security Law should be determined.
Yang Guoqiang, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Country Garden:
Proposal to promote the digital transformation of the construction industry
Regarding the digital transformation of the construction industry, Yang Guoqiang said that the construction industry is an important pillar industry of my country’s national economy. However, the current construction industry in my country is large but not superior. The backward construction methods and construction methods restrict the improvement of industry efficiency and construction quality, and cannot fundamentally solve the construction safety problems. The industry’s “difficult recruitment” and “employment shortage” phenomenon are also increasing.
Yang Guoqiang suggested that we strongly support the development and application of construction robots and intelligent construction equipment. Encourage key enterprises in the industry to increase the research and development of construction robots and intelligent construction equipment, and support key research on related core components and key technologies. On the basis of the research and development results of existing leading enterprises, we will vigorously promote the investment of construction robots and intelligent construction equipment into project construction, accelerate the promotion of pilot projects, and improve the intelligent level of project construction.
Regarding the digital transformation of the construction industry, Yang Guoqiang also suggested to accelerate the construction of an industrial Internet platform based on BIM (Building Information Modeling) digital technology, and to study the establishment and improvement of an intelligent construction standard system and evaluation system.
Zhou Tongyu, Vice Chairman of Shanghai Federation of Industry and Commerce, Realizes “Digital Convenience”
One can’t be less
Nowadays, by taking out a mobile phone and moving your fingers, you can easily achieve takeaway ordering, consumer payment, online registration, public travel… With the use and development of digital technology, more and more people enjoy “digital convenience.” However, due to differences in resources and capabilities, the convenience brought by digital technology has become a problem for some people.
The “digital divide” between groups has attracted the attention of Zhou Tongyu, a member of the National Committee of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference and vice chairman of the Shanghai Federation of Industry and Commerce: “The State Council has issued relevant implementation plans to solve the difficulties of the elderly in using smart technologies. However, in the digital age, except for the elderly, It also includes people with disabilities who have difficulty in using digital technology and digital services, and they have not yet received enough attention.”
In this regard, Zhou Tongyu suggested that through policy incentives, financial support and cultural promotion, market entities should be encouraged and guided to tailor personalized and easy-to-use digital services and products for them, so as to lower the threshold for using digital services. “During the rapid development of digital technology, special groups such as the elderly and the disabled need more personalized and humane services.”
In the “Proposal on Accelerating the Bridging of the “Digital Divide” and Promoting the Balanced Development of the Digital Economy” brought by Zhou Tongyu, the “digital divide” between urban and rural areas and the “digital divide” between enterprises are also mentioned.
Robin Li, Chairman and CEO of Baidu:
Focus on smart transportation to help achieve carbon peak goals
Travel is one of the people’s livelihood issues that are most concerned by the people, and it is also one of the important areas of carbon emissions. This year, Robin Li once again focused on the field of smart transportation. One of his proposals was “Accelerate the popularization of autonomous driving commercial and smart transportation, make common people’s travel more green and convenient, and achieve the goal of carbon peak”.
Li Yanhong suggested that the national level should further increase policy innovation to open up a legal path for the large-scale commercialization of autonomous driving; establish a large-scale commercial promotion mechanism for autonomous driving with the participation of governments at all levels, industry and academia; accelerate transportation infrastructure The process of intelligentization, the extensive application of artificial intelligence, big data, 5G and other technologies to build a low-carbon, efficient and convenient transportation system.
In Li Yanhong’s view, accelerating the popularization of autonomous driving commercial and intelligent transportation can effectively alleviate traffic congestion, make common people’s travel greener and more convenient, and achieve the coordination of carbon peak and high-quality economic development.
360 Zhou Hongyi:
Smart car network data security risks are huge, it is recommended to strengthen supervision
After 2019, Zhou Hongyi put forward a proposal for smart cars for the second time. He said, “As a cyber security practitioner, the more the industry is booming, the more responsible it is to bring up the security issues.”
He pointed out that an intelligent connected car is like a “big phone” on four wheels, integrating a large number of cameras, radars, speedometers, navigators and other sensors, which has led to the security problems of smart terminals in the past. “Transfer” to smart cars, or endanger personal safety and public safety, causing irreparable losses.
Specifically, there are three problems with smart cars. First, the security risks brought by smart car networking are very large. Attackers can implement remote control of the car, including remote opening doors, remote starting, and remote flameout, which seriously threaten the safe driving of smart cars; second, smart car suppliers’ Security issues can also affect Chiyu; third, the risk of leakage of various data collection in smart cars is huge.
In this regard, Zhou Hongyi put forward targeted suggestions. First, the network security system is listed as the standard configuration of smart cars like a “seat belt”; second, the mandatory testing of smart car network security is promoted; and finally, the data security supervision of smart networked cars is strengthened.