Hualong News (Chief Reporter She Zhenfang) On November 20-21, the first Mingyue Lake Aerospace Information Industry International Ecological Event (2023 ) is about to kick off in Chongqing.
With the theme of “One Starry Sky, One Shared Future”, the event will invite leaders of relevant ministries and commissions, international authoritative organizations, representatives of well-known enterprises, industry experts and investment institutions to discuss international cooperation and industry development in the aerospace information industry. Community and other core topics, and witnessed the important changes in China’s aerospace information industry towards ecological development.
Now is the “golden period” for the development of the global aerospace information industry. Under the wave of the satellite Internet era, the aerospace information industry has received unprecedented development and attention. What are the highlights of the first Mingyue Lake aerospace information industry international ecological event?
Highlight 1: Gathering of “stars” to comprehensively demonstrate the latest progress in the aerospace information industry
It is understood that this event has invited about 300 key enterprises in key links of the aerospace information industry chain to participate, covering areas such as satellite/rocket R&D and manufacturing, ground equipment R&D and manufacturing, launch services and satellite application services.
So far, representatives from state-owned enterprises such as China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation, China Aerospace Science and Industry Corporation, and China Electronics Corporation, as well as private enterprises such as Huawei, BYD, and Galaxy Aerospace, have confirmed their attendance at this event.
The audience has the opportunity to experience the latest trends in the development of the global aerospace information industry in an all-round way. In addition to keynote speeches by guests, the event will also feature roundtable dialogues focusing on four hot topics such as industrial community building, innovative applications of aerospace big data, industrial investment and financing, and industrial talent training, to provide suggestions for the development of the aerospace information industry.
Highlight 2: The release of the industrial community opens a new era of industrial development
As the development of China’s aerospace information industry gradually deepens, collaborative innovation and ecological construction in the upstream and downstream of the industry chain have become key model innovations to solve industry challenges.
At this event, China’s first industrial community in the field of aerospace information will be officially launched, which also marks that my country’s aerospace information industry has entered a new “industrial community” era.
Under the guidance of the industrial community, all links upstream and downstream of the industrial chain will strengthen complementary advantages and industry segmentation through efficient collaboration and collaborative innovation, jointly respond to the three major challenges of “speed, cost, and application” in the new environment, and enhance the industrial chain To enhance competitiveness, accelerate the construction of air and space information infrastructure and scenario applications, and form a closed-loop industrial ecosystem.
Highlight 3: Launching the first 100-billion-level aerospace information industry fund group
Industrial development is inseparable from the support and empowerment of capital, and industrial funds are a powerful financial tool for cultivating emerging industries.
On November 20, the Chongqing Aerospace Information Industry Community Fund Group will be officially launched. The total scale of the fund group is 100 billion yuan. This will also become China’s first 100 billion-level aerospace information industry fund group.
It is understood that the fund group will be based in Chongqing Digital Innovation Park, based on the “scenario + fund + policy” investment idea, focusing on key enterprises in key areas of the aerospace information industry community for strategic investment, aiming to cultivate a group of global enterprises, Unicorns and public companies.
Highlight 4: Global cooperation, the International Ecological Alliance of Aerospace Information Industry was formally established
As one of the important contents of this event, representatives from relevant government departments, leading enterprises in the industry chain, investment institutions and scientific research institutes will jointly complete the launch ceremony of the International Ecological Alliance of Aerospace Information Industry.
Highlight 5: Release of air and space information application scenarios, Chongqing creates application models
Innovative application is an important part of industrial development, and it is also the final answer that determines whether the industry can be implemented. Application scenarios drive technological innovation and industrial development, which is particularly critical in the development of emerging technology industries.
On the first day of this event, the first batch of application scenarios in the field of aerospace information will be released. Scenario requirements come from government departments and related units in public security, natural resources, transportation, emergency, forestry, energy and other fields. The technical fields cover satellite communications, satellite navigation, satellite remote sensing, etc.
Chongqing has rich application scenarios for air and space information. This use of scenario release for traction is expected to open up a new pattern of air and space information applications and further promote institutional innovation to solve industrial bottlenecks.
Highlight 6: International celebrities appeared to strengthen international cooperation and exchanges
So far, the event has invited top international experts including Christian Feichtinger, Secretary General of the International Astronautical Federation, Olivier Contant, academician of the International Academy of Astronautics, Martin Sweeting, founder of Surrey Satellite (SSTL), and Bill Roscoe, academician of the European Academy of Sciences and academician of the Royal Academy of Engineering. Representatives of well-known companies participated in this event.
In the long term, the global development of China’s aerospace information industry will be an inevitable trend. The arrival of many international celebrities will further promote international cooperation and exchanges in the field of aerospace information.