- MEDIA CENTER
A Guizhou company uses automatic intelligent robots to improve production efficiency. [Photo/ddcpc website]
Southwest China's Guizhou province is giving full play to its advantages in environmental protection and big data resources, and is on the path to high-quality development by pursuing the idea of "lucid waters and lush mountains are invaluable assets".
Guizhou's provincial capital Guiyang, also known as China's data valley, has a flourishing big data industry and has promoted the upgrading and transformation of primary, secondary and tertiary industries through big data integration.
Guiyang has made efforts in green benefits, energy consumption, resource utilization, energy conservation, and emission reduction, and is developing its digital economy, tourism, and health industry and transforming the industrial structure toward energy conservation, low consumption and low pollution.
Guiyang has already built various green and circular industrial parks and promoted high-quality economic development through environmental protection.
Several parks in Guiyang have made full use of big data technologies in daily management by building intelligent systems for ticketing, guidance, energy conservation, and monitoring.
Guizhou has seized upon development opportunities to accelerate the digital transformation of ecological governance and improve ecological governance by using big data technologies.
In Anshun city, information on 1,300 ancient trees aged more than 100 years is collected by an information system, and a QR code for each tree's age, height and management department is hung in public.
In Liupanshui city's Zhongshan district, a full-coverage air quality monitoring system has been established to detect flying dust in real time. If excessive pollution is detected, the system will automatically sound an alarm, allowing government departments to order companies to reduce dust.