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Demonstration of Guizhou's big data application at Guizhou Big Data Exhibition Center [Photo/ddcpc.cn]
Southwest China's Guizhou province can now monitor poverty alleviation work using an online government data platform that collects and processes data from different administrative departments.
The data system can be seen in action at the Guizhou Big Data Exhibition Center in Guian New Area, a micro-landscape for integrating big data with the real economy, rural revitalization, livelihood services and social governance.
The center covers a floor area of 7,000 square meters and strives to become a globally significant platform for the exhibition, exchange and sharing of big data.
As a national big data industrial cluster and big data innovation pilot area, Guiyang now has 59 key labs above the provincial level, 104 engineering technology research centers and 128 company technology centers, with a 63 percent contribution rate to scientific and technological progress, ranking 25th among China's 78 innovative cities.
The big data technology has been brought out of the lab and applied in various industries, such as tourism.
In Tianhetan scenic area, a national 4A-level scenic area in Guiyang, big data was applied in its tourist center to manage traffic, staff members and tourist volume control and analyze consumption habits.
Using an intelligent platform, Tianhetan can transform from a traditional scenic area to a complex that integrates tourism and commerce.