Hong Kong Science and Technology Exhibition Group unveils Hi-Tech Fair in the hope of integrating more into the development of the Greater Bay area

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Xinhua News Agency, Shenzhen, November 14 (Reporter Wang Feng) High output power printed batteries, heat resistant work clothes for construction workers, and high precision structured light three-dimensional imaging system. At the 21st China International High and New Technology Achievement Fair (Hi-Tech Fair for short) held in Shenzhen, the Hong Kong Science and Technology Exhibition Group brought a number of high-tech innovation products. Participants generally expressed the hope that they can integrate more into Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macau Greater Bay Area, make good use of the resources and platform advantages here, and look for opportunities for cooperation and development.

The Nano and Advanced Materials Research and Development Institute Co., Ltd., headquartered in Sha Tin, Hong Kong, brings printed batteries with high output power and can be printed directly on flexible circuit boards, ultra-high thermal conductivity lightweight radiators, Flexible thin film pressure sensor and other advanced material innovation products.

Dr. Lu Shengbo of the company told reporters that many of the products on display have won relevant awards. The R & D Institute has advanced technology, but it is more limited in the application and landing of technology. However, many excellent electronic science and technology enterprises in the Dawan area have brought a broad space for the landing of R & D institute products.

"the purpose of this exhibition is to strengthen the layout and cooperation in the Dawan area and expand the scope of application of our products. At the same time, we also hope to make use of the resources of the Greater Bay area to promote the upgrading of the electronic materials industry in Hong Kong. " Lu Shengbo said.

In addition to breakthroughs in advanced materials, Hong Kong participating enterprises have also brought ideas to solve the problems of daily life. From "flat scars" that reduce scarring to heat-resistant overalls for construction workers, to smart luggage with intelligent weighing, fingerprint unlocking and global positioning, a range of products demonstrate the deep energy of technological research and development and creativity in Hong Kong.

Qianhai Wanshenbao (Shenzhen) Technology Co., Ltd., established by Hong Kong youth Guo Weiqiang and his companions in Qianhai, Shenzhen in 2017, has developed a number of smart luggage products with 12 patents and a market valuation of more than 100 million yuan.

"the Greater Bay area has very sound industrial and technological support. We have brought the scientific research results of Hong Kong to integrate the industrial resources of Shenzhen, Dongguan and other places to turn the concept into physical products, and then push the concept into the world through the international platform of Hong Kong." Guo Weiqiang said.

It is understood that at this year's Hi-Tech Fair, the Hong Kong Trade Development Council and the Innovation and Technology Commission of the Hong Kong Special Administrative region Government have jointly set up the Hong Kong Pavilion. A large number of products and technologies from Hong Kong tertiary institutions, R & D centres and local start-ups are displayed in the museum.

Wu Wenhui, chief representative of the Hong Kong Trade Development Council in South China, said that in addition to participating in the exhibition, the Hong Kong Trade Development Council has also organized a 33-member Hong Kong science and technology delegation and a roadshow for outstanding start-up projects in Hong Kong. As well as the inspection of science and technology enterprises in the Greater Bay area to find more opportunities for cooperation.

"We have brought here several advantageous industries in Hong Kong, including financial technology, artificial intelligence, smart cities, and so on. We all have a high level of enthusiasm and feel that the Greater Bay area is a rare opportunity for development, so we all want to come and have a good look at it." Wu Wenhui said.

Hong Kong Science and Technology Exhibition Group unveils Hi-Tech Fair in the hope of integrating more into the development of the Greater Bay area

| gov.cn

Xinhua News Agency, Shenzhen, November 14 (Reporter Wang Feng) High output power printed batteries, heat resistant work clothes for construction workers, and high precision structured light three-dimensional imaging system. At the 21st China International High and New Technology Achievement Fair (Hi-Tech Fair for short) held in Shenzhen, the Hong Kong Science and Technology Exhibition Group brought a number of high-tech innovation products. Participants generally expressed the hope that they can integrate more into Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macau Greater Bay Area, make good use of the resources and platform advantages here, and look for opportunities for cooperation and development.

The Nano and Advanced Materials Research and Development Institute Co., Ltd., headquartered in Sha Tin, Hong Kong, brings printed batteries with high output power and can be printed directly on flexible circuit boards, ultra-high thermal conductivity lightweight radiators, Flexible thin film pressure sensor and other advanced material innovation products.

Dr. Lu Shengbo of the company told reporters that many of the products on display have won relevant awards. The R & D Institute has advanced technology, but it is more limited in the application and landing of technology. However, many excellent electronic science and technology enterprises in the Dawan area have brought a broad space for the landing of R & D institute products.

"the purpose of this exhibition is to strengthen the layout and cooperation in the Dawan area and expand the scope of application of our products. At the same time, we also hope to make use of the resources of the Greater Bay area to promote the upgrading of the electronic materials industry in Hong Kong. " Lu Shengbo said.

In addition to breakthroughs in advanced materials, Hong Kong participating enterprises have also brought ideas to solve the problems of daily life. From "flat scars" that reduce scarring to heat-resistant overalls for construction workers, to smart luggage with intelligent weighing, fingerprint unlocking and global positioning, a range of products demonstrate the deep energy of technological research and development and creativity in Hong Kong.

Qianhai Wanshenbao (Shenzhen) Technology Co., Ltd., established by Hong Kong youth Guo Weiqiang and his companions in Qianhai, Shenzhen in 2017, has developed a number of smart luggage products with 12 patents and a market valuation of more than 100 million yuan.

"the Greater Bay area has very sound industrial and technological support. We have brought the scientific research results of Hong Kong to integrate the industrial resources of Shenzhen, Dongguan and other places to turn the concept into physical products, and then push the concept into the world through the international platform of Hong Kong." Guo Weiqiang said.

It is understood that at this year's Hi-Tech Fair, the Hong Kong Trade Development Council and the Innovation and Technology Commission of the Hong Kong Special Administrative region Government have jointly set up the Hong Kong Pavilion. A large number of products and technologies from Hong Kong tertiary institutions, R & D centres and local start-ups are displayed in the museum.

Wu Wenhui, chief representative of the Hong Kong Trade Development Council in South China, said that in addition to participating in the exhibition, the Hong Kong Trade Development Council has also organized a 33-member Hong Kong science and technology delegation and a roadshow for outstanding start-up projects in Hong Kong. As well as the inspection of science and technology enterprises in the Greater Bay area to find more opportunities for cooperation.

"We have brought here several advantageous industries in Hong Kong, including financial technology, artificial intelligence, smart cities, and so on. We all have a high level of enthusiasm and feel that the Greater Bay area is a rare opportunity for development, so we all want to come and have a good look at it." Wu Wenhui said.



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