1st intl expo for digital products to debut in Fuzhou this month
People look at a drone at the third Digital China Summit held in Fuzhou, East China's Fujian province, on Oct 12, 2020. [Photo by Hu Meidong/chinadaily.com.cn]
The first China (Fuzhou) International Digital Product Expo will be held during the Fourth Digital China Summit, which is expected to kick off in Fuzhou, the provincial capital of Fujian on April 25, according to a news conference held on April 12.
Local authorities said that the expo will invite more than 400 industry leaders and brand enterprises that produce digital products.
The expo, which will span 20,000 square meters, will be focused on product innovation and digital consumption. Industry leaders such as Huawei, Tesla, Oracle and Xiaomi will be in attendance.
Hang Dong, vice-mayor of Fuzhou, noted that the exhibits will cover all aspects of the digital product industry chain, and will include cutting-edge technologies such as 5G application, artificial intelligence, mobile internet, internet of things, cloud computing and big data, as well as the latest achievements in the integrated development between household appliances industry and digital technologies.
The expo will feature six exhibitions areas - digital home, consumer electronics, digital security and protection, livestreaming equipment, digital health products, and intelligent vehicles.
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