Changsha Releases Top-level Design Outline and Three-year...
The Changsha Municipal People's Government released a top-level design outline (2021-2025) and a three-year action plan (2021-2023) for the new smart demonstration city construction on January 14. They mapped out a blueprint for the construction of a new smart city.
Self-driving Service Revolutionizing Urban Transportation
A white car parked on a wide street in Changsha, capital of Central China's Hunan province, awaits passengers. However, there's something unusual about this ordinary-looking taxi－it has no "driver." In April, Changsha became the first in the country to roll out the self-driving taxi service for the public.
Liuyang Economic Development Zone Launches Smart Environm...
The Liuyang Economic Development Zone (or High-tech Development Zone) announced on January 5 that its smart environmental protection platform has been officially launched. This marked an important step forward for the zone’s following the road of ecology-first and green development. The platform can monitor and share online real-time data of the entire park’s environment. The big data empowers the zone’s fine environmental supervision and scientific decision-making.
D1 Van Model for Ride-hailing Services Put into Productio...
The world's first purpose-built D1 van model for ride-hailing services, jointly developed by BYD and Didi Chuxing, was officially put into production and operation at the Yuhua Economic Development Zone in Changsha on December 25.
Changsha to Launch 662 Electric Waste Collection Vehicles
A ceremony to deliver 662 three-wheeled electric waste collection vehicles was held in Changsha on December 24. These vehicles, with different bins for different types of household waste, will be put into use in residential areas across the city. This will meet the demand of solving the ‘last kilometer’ problem in household waste collection and transportation.
Intelligent Electronic Bus Stop Boards Put into Use in Ch...
Intelligent electronic bus stop boards were put into use at 20 bus stations around Wuyi Road on December 24. The boards can display real-time distance between the bus and the station. They have also been equipped with shared power banks and umbrellas, and vending machines. This has brought great convenience to passengers.