1. Tran­sit ele­vat­ed bus.

 The prob­lem with tra­di­tion­al pub­lic trans­port is that bus­es or trams take up as much space on the road as sev­er­al cars. A large num­ber of bus­es and trams make the traf­fic jams on the roads more crit­i­cal but the Chi­nese have fig­ured out how to solve this prob­lem?

 In the Chi­nese province of Hebei passed the first test of a vehi­cle that many peo­ple called the bus of the future. The ttran­sit ele­vat­ed bus is a pub­lic trans­porta­tion ser­vice that moves above the roads over the car flow, which means it’s not affect­ed by traf­fic jams and does­n’t inter­fere with traf­fic.

The main task of this unique inno­v­a­tive glass is to unload the Chi­nese roads the mod­el that was used for the tests is 22 meters long and sev­en point eight meters wide the heights of the tracks laid for the bus above the ground is four and a half meters. That means that cars less than two meters high will be able to pass under the bus with ease one ele­vat­ed bus can accom­mo­date 300 peo­ple as well.

 Accord­ing to the devel­op­ers when peo­ple ride the tran­sit ele­vat­ed bus they’ll feel the same as if they were rid­ing on the top floor of a dou­ble-deck­er bus solar pan­el express­way for sev­er­al years now key trans­porta­tion devel­op­ment group has been devel­op­ing and build­ing a unique project solar pan­el high­ways the first project was com­plet­ed in Sep­tem­ber 2016.

 In Jinan in the Shan­dong province the con­struc­tion took ten months in Decem­ber 2017 the sec­ond project was com­plet­ed and the 1.6 kilo Meter long Jin an express­way was cov­ered with solar pan­els the road is one of the first solar high­ways in the world.  The road­way con­sists of three lay­ers the first is an inno­v­a­tive mate­r­i­al with these struc­tur­al prop­er­ties of asphalt often referred to as trans­par­ent con­crete, the mid­dle lay­er is actu­al­ly the solar pan­els and final­ly the third lay­er the bot­tom one is an insu­lat­ing mate­r­i­al. That pro­tects the pan­els from the damp ground the most impor­tant in remark­able fea­ture of such a road is that it can charge elec­tric cars while they dri­ve on it.

  1. Word largest Solar pan­els

It’s note­wor­thy that although the solar pan­els them­selves are quite frag­ile the road­ways designed so the large vehi­cles such as medi­um-sized trucks can move along it as well.  Float­ing solar farm solar pow­er can pro­vide invalu­able ben­e­fits to the world as a renew­able ener­gy indus­try right now.

 Chi­na is the coun­try that has the high­est installed capac­i­ty of solar pow­er this is where a huge num­ber of solar pan­els are pro­duced and com­mis­sioned even more than in Ger­many Japan and the Unit­ed States. Despite the fact that these coun­tries are con­sid­ered the lead­ers in green ener­gy one of the rea­sons for this is the incred­i­ble degree of air pol­lu­tion in Chi­na which affects

mil­lions of peo­ple every day  refus­ing to extract and place as : favor of using solar ener­gy for Chi­na is not so wavy. Bet­ter pro­cess­ing most like­ly this was the rea­son for the appear­ance of the world’s largest float­ing solar farm. This solar plant is locat­ed in the city of whine man in the antique province right above the flood­ed coal mines the advan­tage of such a solar farm is the fact that they pro­duce a large amount of elec­tric­i­ty while not occu­py­ing a place on agri­cul­tur­al land and oth­er valu­able areas. The farm was com­mis­sioned in May 2017 and has a capac­i­ty of 80 megawatts.

  1. HEMA

Aliba­ba is a large Inter­net com­merce com­pa­ny based in haengju with almost every­one in Chi­na using its ser­vices. In 2018 the com­pa­ny began the process of unit­ing online and offline com­merce so a store chain called Hema appeared it’s rapid­ly expand­ing and last year there were more than 60 such stores their first glance. These are the most com­mon super­mar­kets but they have a num­ber of unique fea­tures as they’re equipped with advanced inno­v­a­tive tech­nolo­gies shop­ping is done for a unique mobile appli­ca­tion cus­tomers go shop­ping and scan bar­codes of goods they want to buy.  The app shows all the impor­tant infor­ma­tion about the prod­ucts and can also show recipes. That use the prod­ucts being scanned when the order is placed. You can pay with your cell phone and at some points there face-recog­ni­tion boots installed it’s note­wor­thy that the infor­ma­tion about the pur­chase goods is stored and the shop uses it to offer online prod­ucts with home deliv­ery to its cus­tomers. The store staff puts the pur­chase prod­ucts in a bag and places them on a con­vey­or belt from where they are sent to the deliv­ery cen­ter.

 Accord­ing to the man­agers of the store deliv­ery to the buyer’s home with­in a radius of 3 kilo­me­ters from this door takes a max­i­mum of half an hour.

  1. Cam­era sur­veil­lance net­work

If all the tech­nolo­gies we’ve men­tioned today are admirable the tech­nol­o­gy. We’re going to show you about now is unlov­ing Chi­na has devel­oped the world’s largest net­work of sur­veil­lance cam­eras. The shows a police sta­tion in cui yang city in the gri­gio province it took the police exact­ly 7 min­utes to find and arrest a man who is set up for an exper­i­ment the fact is that the cam­eras installed on the streets of the city are not just nor­mal cam­eras they use arti­fi­cial intel­li­gence to scan and rec­og­nize peo­ple’s faces.

Some cam­eras can also detect approx­i­mate age height eth­nic­i­ty and gen­der and rec­og­nize cloth­ing and col­or the cam­eras also read num­bers col­ors. Some oth­er para­me­ters vehi­cles police offi­cers have at their dis­pos­al a huge dig­i­tal cat­a­log which con­tains images of peo­ple per­ma­nent­ly resid­ing in the city. The cam­eras are con­nec­tors at a glob­al net­work which means that at any time the author­i­ties can find out the loca­tion of any per­son they want.

These sur­veil­lance sys­tem allows them to find out who the per­son com­mu­ni­cates with where they are most often and how they spend their time. Fast the equip­ment is the largest tele­scope in the world with an area com­pet­i­tive 30 foot­ball fields and a diam­e­ter of 500 meters. The full name of the con­struc­tion is 500 meter aper­ture spher­i­cal tele­scope abbre­vi­at­ed as first devel­op­ments of the project began in 1994.

 The con­struc­tion start­ed only in 2011 the cost of the project is esti­mat­ed at 1.8 bil­lion Yuan which is about 269 mil­lion dol­lars. It took about five years to build and on Sep­tem­ber the 25th 2016 the radio tele­scope was final­ly inau­gu­rat­ed in the Grisha province.

The goal of the project is to search for sig­nals from extrater­res­tri­al civ­i­liza­tions to study pul­sars high stakes Robot Wars for sev­er­al years.

Now the DJI Com­pa­ny has been hold­ing a large scale and very spec­tac­u­lar com­pe­ti­tion in Chi­na called Robot mas­ters. When the cham­pi­onship was held for the first time it imme­di­ate­ly attract­ed the atten­tion of robot­ic fans from the Unit­ed States UK Cana­da Asia and oth­er parts of the world.

Today young engi­neers from all over the world take part in the com­pe­ti­tion with as many as 200 teams par­tic­i­pat­ing in 2017 although Robo mas­ters is not the only event of its kind the scale and spec­tac­u­lar­i­ty of the com­pe­ti­tion is sim­ply aston­ish­ing

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The prob­lem with tra­di­tion­al pub­lic trans­port is that bus­es or trams take up as much space on the road as sev­er­al cars. A large num­ber of bus­es and trams make the traf­fic jams on the roads more crit­i­cal but the Chi­nese have fig­ured out how to solve this prob­lem?
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