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Fleet exercises, uninterrupted supplies in Xinjiang, communications of the future, a look from the sky at elephants, seething streams of Hukou — see "Chinese Panorama"-254

14.08.2022 Медиакорпорация Китая (CMG), телеканал «Большая Азия» (Игорь Митрофанов) 66 просмотров

Watch the information and journalistic program "Chinese Panorama" on the TV channel "Big Asia" (Issue 254):
  • The Chinese Navy conducted exercises in the Yellow Sea
  • Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region adjusts the supply of food and essential goods in the conditions of a new wave of coronavirus
  • China has made great strides in the development of 5G networks
  • Monitoring specialists track the movements of elephants during the corn harvest
  • After heavy rains, the flow of water in the Hukou Waterfall increased



The Chinese Navy conducted exercises in the Yellow Sea

The naval forces of the Northern Zone of the PLA Combat Command conducted exercises in the Yellow Sea. Combat formations have worked out offensive and defensive maneuvers. So, the Dongpinghu supply ship detected a floating mine using an onboard radar and destroyed it, and then, using hidden communication channels, delivered supplies to several ships.

Meng Xiangwei, Staff Officer of the Information Security Service of the PLA Navy:
"On-the-go resupply using hidden communication channels is usually suitable for offshore operations in a complex electromagnetic environment. In such conditions, it is necessary to observe radio silence in order to conceal combat intentions and safely deliver supplies to ships." 

Restocking on the move was completed in four hours. The Yancheng missile frigate took supplies from the stern, and the Nanchang destroyer from the side.


Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region adjusts the supply of essential products in the conditions of a new wave of coronavirus

In the Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, almost a thousand residents suffer from the coronavirus asymptomatically. In order for the infection to stop spreading, six districts of the administrative capital of Urumqi switched to a policy of "static management". Meanwhile, the regional authorities are stabilizing supplies. This will provide local residents with food and other essential goods. For uninterrupted supply, wholesalers sort products at a large market in the Xinshi district of Urumqi. On average, it sells about three and a half tons of fruits and vegetables every day. 

Zhang Jinsong, Head of the Vegetable Distribution Center:
"Now we have two sales scenarios. In the first of them, volunteers buy our products for people who live in the nearest neighborhoods and cannot leave home. As part of the second approach, our distribution center directly delivers packages of vegetables to local residents."

The authorities of Urumqi have launched special supply mechanisms to ensure that food and other basic necessities of residents are in abundance. Also, the city authorities recommend that local residents make purchases via the Internet – it is safer, and the service is guaranteed to be of high quality and the same for everyone.


China has made great strides in the development of 5G networks

Thanks to the construction of extensive infrastructure, 5G coverage has spread to all Chinese cities at the district and county level. In total, the network covers more than 90% of settlements across the country. As of June, China has installed almost two million 5G base stations. The large-scale introduction of this technology in China began three years ago, when the country began to issue commercial licenses for its operation.

During this time, 5G solutions have been used in the areas of autopilot, the Internet of Things, distance education, smart transport and healthcare. The rapid development of this technology became the main topic of the forum "World 5G Convention", which was held in Harbin. Its participants showed scenarios for the use of new generation networks in the home, in industry, transport, medicine and the entertainment industry.

"We present a remote-controlled excavator based on 5G. Most of the mines in our country are located in Inner Mongolia, Tibet and other mountainous regions with cold winters, - said the representative of Huawei. - Work in such conditions does not last long, and sometimes it is difficult to hire miners for it. Remote control allows you to extract and transport minerals while sitting in the office with a cup of coffee."

Zhang Qi, representative of China Unicom:
"With the help of our system, livestock enterprises can better control their costs. It allows you to prevent epidemics, feed animals and intelligently manage their breeding. Using this technology, an enterprise that raises 10,000 pigs can save more than two million yuan a year."

The industry does not stop at fifth-generation wireless networks. Scientific organizations and commercial companies are already developing 6G technology. According to experts, its large-scale implementation will begin in 2030.


Monitoring specialists track the movements of elephants during the corn harvest

In Yunnan Province, the Asian Elephant Monitoring Center carefully tracks the movements of these animals using quadrocopters and sends out warnings to prevent them from meeting with local residents. This helps protect humans and elephants during the corn harvest season. Monitoring is complicated by winding mountain roads and foggy weather in the Pu'er Urban District.

Li Jiangmei, a local resident:
"This morning we received an early warning, which turned out to be very useful and timely. Now we know where the elephants are, and we will not go to these places."

Attracted by the dense forest that can offer shade and abundant food, elephants have become frequent visitors to several villages in the forest area of the region.  


After heavy rains, the flow of water in the Hukou Waterfall increased

Hukou Waterfall in the middle reaches of the Yellow River is one of the most picturesque places in China. It attracts many lovers of natural beauty. During the autumn flood season, due to heavy rains upstream, more than one and a half thousand cubic meters of water per second sweeps through the waterfall.

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