Guiyang aims to informationize its old residential communities and improve people's livelihoods. [Photo/guiyang.gov.cn]
Guiyang, capital of Southwest China's Guizhou province, has recently begun carrying out digitized transformation projects for residential communities to improve people's livelihoods.
The projects are being carried out by Guiyang's bureau of big data development and management and Guiyang's bureau of housing and urban-rural development, and are aimed at building a municipal intelligent community service platform.
So far, Guiyang has surveyed 44 old residential communities and has finished surveying 6,584 spots to start building a municipal intelligent community service platform.
Meanwhile, the city has also established a supervision and coordination mechanism to ensure the service platform will be finished on time.