China News Service, Shanghai, May 16 (Zhou Zhuoao, Li Qiuying, Xu Mingrui) Interactive video display box, touch-sensitive e-book shelf, "5G+8K" and "3D mapping" high-tech exhibition, in the People's Urban Construction Plan of Yangpu Riverside in Shanghai In the exhibition hall, Yangpu’s past and future are alternately staged through digital forms.

  “In addition to showing changes in the city, the pavilion also records the lives of ordinary people.” Qian Liang, deputy general manager of Yangpu Riverside Company, told reporters from China News Agency. In the “city homesickness” interactive exhibition area specially set up in the exhibition hall, foreign tourists visit the pavilion. You can learn about the story behind the old reform through video clips.

Residents who have moved away from Binjiang due to the old reform can view the photo of their family and the old house on the "street interface" based on the street where they lived before.

  When it comes to digitalization, people will always subconsciously equate it with cold technology. However, in Shanghai's digital transformation, content like the "Urban Nostalgia" interactive exhibition area that reflects the "temperature of humanity" in the digital age is constantly emerging.

In 2021, Shanghai issued the "Opinions on Comprehensively Promoting the Digital Transformation of Shanghai's City". It is stated that Shanghai will proceed from the overall situation of "the city is a living body and organism" and coordinate the promotion of a comprehensive digital transformation of urban economy, life, and governance.

  With the help of digitization, urban services such as child-friendly public spaces, smart medical systems, and community services for the elderly have begun to gradually solve the pain points of people’s livelihood that have been painful for many years, such as medical care, education, elderly care, and transportation.

  “My home is about 5 minutes’ walk from here, which is very convenient.” Aunt Gu, who lives in Minhang District, Shanghai, told a reporter from China News Agency that the community health service center in front of her house has almost solved most of her physical problems. queue.

In addition, the family doctors in the service center can also provide on-site services, which solves the problem of parents’ inconvenience to go out to see a doctor because of their age.

  According to the person in charge of the Gumei Community Health Service Center, the Shanghai Community Health Service Center is like a hub. With the help of digital means, it connects community residents to secondary and tertiary hospitals to achieve precise connection between residents and high-quality medical resources.

At present, Minhang District has built 1 center and 7 community health service stations, and built a convenient 15-minute walk medical circle in the district.

  It is worth mentioning that the Gumei Community Health Service Center is also actively exploring the "new model" of community health services.

Utilizing intelligence and digitization, the Gumei Community Health Service Center is fully integrated online and offline, realizing "more data runs errands, and people run less."

  On the "Minhang Jieyi App", patients can experience the whole process of making appointments, registering, paying, checking the medical queue, checking laboratory reports, and applying for signing services online, which greatly shortens the queue time. And through the intelligent rehabilitation equipment, the patient's rehabilitation data It can be collected automatically, uploaded to the rehabilitation information module of the center simultaneously, and gradually communicated with residents' health files and higher-level medical institutions.

  The promotion and application of new technologies and new models in the field of public services has brought about earth-shaking changes in people's lives, but for many elderly people, digital products are not friendly and the experience is even worse.

How to let everyone enjoy intelligent and convenient services is actually an important link in the digital transformation of cities.

  One-click car-hailing, face-sweeping and dining, bedside "companion"...For the elderly who have difficulty in using smart technology, Shanghai has launched the "One-click service for the elderly", which brings together civil affairs, economics and information, health care, transportation, etc. The resources of the department have integrated a series of high-frequency services such as medical treatment, catering, car booking, health care, nursing care, policy consultation, etc., allowing the elderly to cross the digital divide and experience "at your fingertips" digital services.

  At the catering service point for the elderly in Hongqiao Street, Changning District, Shanghai, each point is equipped with an aging intelligent ordering screen specially developed and designed for the elderly. The interface is simple and easy to operate, and the elderly card can also be used to pay.

The meals provided by the meal aid are made by "robotic arms" and intelligent catering systems, using 100% clean vegetables, no bones, no thorns, less oil and less salt, suitable for the taste of the elderly.

  Liu Yunxi, the person in charge of catering services in Hongqiao Street, introduced that the "Community AI Canteen" will also be put into operation in June this year. The intelligent AI system configured can realize personalized and intelligent meal preparation according to various indicators of the elderly's body, and help the elderly rationally A balanced diet to eat healthy and nutritious.

  "We hope that both the elderly, children and middle-aged people can enjoy better life services in the city." Zuo Weidong, executive deputy director of the Binjiang Office of Yangpu District and chairman of the Binjiang Company, said that in the era of digital transformation, the same needs Attach importance to the well-being of people as individuals, so that people in the entire life cycle can enjoy the fun of the digital wave.