Jingyuan Grad­u­ally Ex­pands Over­seas Mar­ket

China's Foreign Trade (English) - - Special Report - By Zhao Ail­ing

“Fu­ture En­ergy, Green Silk Road” is the theme of the China Pavil­ion for the As­tana Expo 2017, re­flect­ing that en­vi­ron­men­tal pro­tec­tion will be the fo­cus of the China Pavil­ion. Shanghai Jingyuan En­vi­ron­men­tal Pro­tec­tion Equip­ment Co., Ltd. (Shanghai Jingyuan) is a des­ig­nated sup­plier for the China Pavil­ion for the As­tana Expo 2017. Gen­eral man­ager Bai Ren­jian said dur­ing an in­ter­view with China For­eign Trade, en­vi­ron­men­tal pro­tec­tion now has be­come a global hotspot, and As­tana Expo 2017 is themed as the “Fu­ture En­ergy”, to re­veal one of the im­por­tant fac­tor for en­vi­ron­ment degra­da­tion — the overuse of fos­sil en­ergy, while demon­strate the ef­fec­tive­ness of “Fu­ture En­ergy” in re­duc­ing the use of fos­sil fu­els and im­prov­ing air qual­ity.

Bai Ren­jian said, the in­stal­la­tion of Diyuan air pu­ri­fiers in the China Pavil­ion em­bod­ies the theme of the As­tana Expo 2017, since “they are in­door air treat­ment tech­nol­ogy and prod­uct ex­am­ples. And we are look­ing for­ward to in-depth com­mu­ni­ca­tion with other coun­tries and re­gions that face air pol­lu­tion prob­lems, to pro­mote in­di­vid­ual res­pi­ra­tory health.”

As to the de­vel­op­ment of en­vi­ron­men­tal pro­tec­tion in­dus­try, Bai Ren­jian es­ti­mated that there may be a more seg­mented mar­ket in the fu­ture, and the po­ten­tial for in­door mar­ket is great.

Ac­cord­ing to the “Guide­line on Emerg­ing Sec­tors of Strate­gic Im­por­tance dur­ing the 13th FiveYear Plan” by the State Coun­cil, the gov­ern­ments will boost the de­vel­op­ment ad­vanced en­vi­ron­men­tal pro­tec­tion in­dus­try, and try to re­al­ize an out­put value of more than RMB 2 tril­lion by 2020, while at­tract more so­cial cap­i­tal to en­vi­ron­men­tal pro­tec­tion mar­ket.

It is learned that now Shanghai Jingyuan is ex­pand­ing over­seas mar­ket and pro­mot­ing the tech­nol­ogy up­grade. Bai Ren­jian said, the over­seas ex­pan­sion for Diyuan air pu­ri­fiers have be­gun, and pro­to­type prod­ucts have en­tered the U. S., Ja­pan, South Korea, Malaysia, Sin­ga­pore and so on through lo­cal part­ners. “The com­pany now is de­vel­op­ing air vir­tual re­al­ity, which can sup­port cus­tomers choose New Zealand air mode by one touch, and breathe like in New Zealand, by read­ing air pa­ram­e­ters in New Zealand in real time and re­pro­duc­ing it in­door,” he added.

in­no­va­tion from China, we will help com­mu­ni­cate Chi­nese his­tory and cul­ture, and ex­hibit the strength and in­no­va­tive abil­ity of China in cut­ting edge sci­ence and tech­nol­ogy, while pro­vide peo­ple who can not come to the site with chances to take a visit to China ser­vice for the China Pavil­ion through global lead­ing vir­tual re­al­ity tech­nol­ogy. Peo­ple can visit the China Pavil­ion on their own mo­bile phones, tablet or PC. In ad­di­tion, the ap­pli­ca­tion of en­cryp­tion and com­pres­sion tech­nol­ogy can se­cure a smooth and im­mer­sive ex­pe­ri­ence un­der 3G net­work, with a lower data traf­fic re­quire­ment and high def­i­ni­tion.

Ac­cord­ing to Cui Yan, 4Dage now is de­vel­op­ing the first au­to­matic high-pre­ci­sion three-di­men­sional dig­i­tal mod­el­ing and dis­play plat­form in China, namely 4Dweb, which is a 3D scene plat­form that shares vir­tual data around the world by In­ter­net. “This may be an­other ‘pioneer’ prod­uct, and it will be un­veiled at this World Expo. We are tar­get­ing at build­ing the best in China, and even the world on­line 3D dis­play plat­form,” he said.

Most mem­bers of the 4Dage found­ing team used to study in Europe. When came back a few years ago, they were dis­ap­pointed to find that al­though the 3D print­ing mar­ket in China was boom­ing in re­cent years, there was few com­pa­nies in­volv­ing in up­stream three-di­men­sional dig­i­tal mod­el­ing.

Zheng Kuan said frankly, it may be not so wise to choose an un­cer­tain en­tre­pre­neur­ial road, if you have a “per­fect” life. She said: “Even far away in Ger­many, I can be mo­ti­vated by the strong in­no­va­tive and en­tre­pre­neur­ial spir­its in China. We are lucky. Though we are lack of funds, tal­ents and mar­ket, and op­er­at­ing a new busi­ness is dif­fi­cult and com­plex, we never lose con­fi­dence.”

Nowa­days, vir­tual re­al­ity has qui­etly come into ev­ery as­pects of so­cial life. VR and AR may be the fu­ture for In­ter­net tech­nol­ogy, and China will be the Asian cen­ter for high-tech in­dus­tries. “Now that the gov­ern­ments vig­or­ously sup­port the de­vel­op­ment of high-tech en­ter­prises, I firmly be­lieve that China will be­come a leader in AR / VR.” Zheng Kuan said.

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