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szdaily -> CHTF Special
Products bring convenience to life
    2017-November-20  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

Zhang Yang

nicolezyyy@163.com

ELECTRIC cars are getting popular around the world as more people are advocating the idea of green travel, but many e-car drivers are bothered by the inconvenience of finding charging poles for their cars. A Qingdao-based company is showcasing its wireless charging system for e-cars, which will enable drivers to recharge their cars in an effortless way, during the 19th China Hi-Tech Fair (CHTF).

The wireless charging system developed by TGOOD is based on electromagnetic induction technology. According to the company’s spokesperson, Tang Mingming, the charging system can fully charge an e-car with a 23-kWh battery within three hours.

Tang said the demand of charging facilities for e-cars is growing rapidly following the popularity of electric vehicles in China, but traditional charging poles might cause safety hazards for users on rainy and snowy days.

“The wireless charging system will also benefit the development of driverless cars as people will no longer have to connect the charging plugs to their cars, so the self-driving cars can recharge themselves without human intervention,” he said.

The company has cooperated with Shenzhen Zhongkeliheng Parking Equipment Co. Ltd. to provide charging services for e-cars in vertical garages built by the Shenzhen company.

The Shenzhen company is also an exhibitor at the CHTF. Apart from traditional vertical garages, it has developed vertical garages for public buses as well.

The company’s general manager, Xia Hanqiu, said the vertical garage is a good solution to tackle the shortage of parking spaces in big cities like Shenzhen.

According to him, the company is building a pilot vertical garage for public buses in Guangming New Area. “The garage, occupying 180 square meters, can accommodate 16 buses, while a traditional parking lot for 16 buses occupies more than 1,000 square meters,” he said, adding that it will only take about 2 minutes for drivers to park or get their vehicles from the garage.

Both Xia and Tang’s companies are showcasing their products in the Smart City hall in Hall 6 of the Shenzhen Convention and Exhibition Center.

The Futian District Government launched a number of Smart City systems during a press conference held at the fair yesterday. One of the highlights is the Smart Futian app, which offers 120 personal services for residents to facilitate their life and work in the district.

For instance, residents above 70 years old can apply for their government allowance on the app using face-recognition technology, which will save them time and effort as they no longer have to submit their applications in person. Fresh graduates from other cities can also use the app to look for a job in Shenzhen, apply for a residence permit, get a Shenzhen hukou and apply for a talent subsidy.

Additionally, the Futian District People’s Court has cooperated with Alibaba to set up a smart platform for handling court cases online. The district also launched a decision support system that integrates government data, social data and Internet data to provide comprehensive and visualized statistics to facilitate the government’s decision-making process.

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