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Guiyang and Gui'an releases 51 digital use cases

english.guiyang.gov.cn|Updated: 2024-04-02


The Gui'an Digital Application Scenario Conference for the first quarter of 2024 takes place. [Photo/Guiyang news network]

The Gui'an Digital Application Scenario Conference for the first quarter of 2024 was recently held in the Guiyang Big Data Sci-tech Innovation City, where a total of 30 constructed scenarios and 21 open scenarios were released.

These scenarios cover fields such as digital government, healthcare, smart cities, artificial intelligence, agriculture, and rural areas. The aim is to enhance the efficiency of public services, optimize urban management, strengthen industrial competitiveness, and improve people's well-being through digital transformation.

In terms of constructed scenarios, new scenarios and achievements showcasing the effectiveness of the digital transformation in Guiyang and Gui'an were selected and released, focusing on nine areas including industrial internet, rural vitalization, and livelihood services.

Regarding open scenarios, digital scene demands were released in six areas including smart healthcare, blockchain applications, and urban operations management. Among them, in the field of smart healthcare, the Guiyang health commission released a scenario for establishing grassroots image diagnosis centers, aiming to provide image diagnosis services to grassroots medical institutions across the city through the construction of a grassroots image diagnosis platform.

Xiao Daiquan, manager of the operations management center of Guizhou Huizhi Electronic Technology Co, said that the release conference provided a government platform enabling companies to communicate more smoothly with upstream and downstream enterprises and take advantage of more development opportunities.

Through participation in the conference, the company has identified six open scenarios of great interest and hopes to soon leverage the company's technical service advantages in these scenarios.

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