China (Shanghai) International Technology Fair to select 55 tech projects for potential commercialization

The projects cover robots, intelligent and connected cars, artificial intelligence, big data and Internet of Things.

The sixth China (Shanghai) International Technology Fair will select 55 latest technological projects for commercialization and aims to gather potential investors to meet the developers, the organizer said today.

Some of the projects comprise robots, intelligent and connected cars, artificial intelligence, big data and Internet of Things. They also include flowers that can glow at night developed by Hungary-based Morgan Star Group, and laser radar used in unmanned driving by Shanghai-based Slamtec Co.

“The fair functions not only as an exhibition but aims to attract as many of the latest technologies worldwide,” Sun Yong, project manager for the fair, said. 

The selected projects will be targeted for commercialization and the fair aims to provide a platform for the developers to meet potential investors, he said.

The fair, which will be held from April 19 to 21, has helped raise at least 338 million yuan (US$54 million) for more than 10 projects that were exhibited over the past three years, said Zhongton Capital, a partner of the fair organizer.



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