Take you around the CIIE

  Small tablets have big energy

  Our reporter Ding Yiting

  12 seconds, hot air; 23 seconds, bubbles; 30 seconds, complete boiling... On the first day of the 4th CIIE, the induction cooker technology experiment at the Miji booth in Germany attracted many audiences.

"It takes only half a minute to boil 350ml of water, compared to about two minutes for an ordinary single-tube induction cooker. The temperature rises quickly, which not only adapts to the trend of low-carbon and healthy cooking, but also meets the needs of Chinese stir-fry and fast steaming." Booth staff introduced .

  Not only the boiling water experiment, the 1.8 kg heavy hammer dropped from a height of 30 cm, and the entire box of ice cubes "hit" a high-temperature plate at 570 degrees Celsius, and the induction cooker was undamaged.

These interesting experiments let the audience feel the great energy contained in the small tablet.

  As an old friend of the CIIE, as early as August this year, Miji Chairman Ji Canyue specially came from Germany to prepare for the booth design in advance: "The scale of the Chinese market is huge, and the CIIE provides a great opportunity for Miji. Display platform."

  In the previous 3 CIIEs, Miji insisted on launching its first exhibition every year.

This year, they also brought a world premiere product: Miji Integrated Cooking Platform-Integrated Flat Smoke Stove.

"Instead of traditional hanging or side hanging hoods, we have adopted a downdraft hood to free up more kitchen space." Ji Canyue said, in order to better absorb the spillover effects of the Expo, Miji has also launched a microcomputer this year. Store, open up a special area, to achieve "show, buy now".

  Today, Miji has registered for the 5th CIIE in advance.

"I hope to find more market opportunities on the big platform of the CIIE. We will continue to build a low-carbon and environmentally friendly healthy and green kitchen to attract more potential partners." Ji Canyue said.

  The robot will perform surgery

  Our reporter Cao Lingjuan and Wang Ke

  "The hand of this surgical robot is so flexible!" The Da Vinci surgical robot, which is "operating" in the medical equipment and medicine and health care exhibition area of ​​the CIIE, attracted a large number of visitors.

  Accurately pinch a rubber band that is smaller than a fingernail, move it silky, and accurately slip into the colored pointed cone in an instant. A series of display actions are performed by robotic arms.

The Da Vinci surgical robot, which has participated in the CIIE for four consecutive years, has long been a "net celebrity" at the CIIE.

Every time an on-site "surgery" is performed, it can attract a lot of surprises.

  Pan Xiaofeng, the intuitive Fosun CEO who brought “Da Vinci” to the CIIE, introduced that the Da Vinci surgical system automatically filters out the trembling of the surgeon’s hand movements and converts them into more precise movements. The degree of rotation far exceeds the limit of a human hand, and is more flexible than a human hand, making robot-assisted surgery a reality.

  At this CIIE, three products of Da Vinci surgical robots were jointly unveiled, including the Da Vinci Xi surgical system that has been listed in China, and the Da Vinci SP surgical system and Ion robotic arm assisted systems that have not yet been launched in China. Navigation bronchoscopy system.

  Pan Xiaofeng said that for four consecutive years participating in the CIIE, Da Vinci surgical robots have maintained a steady growth in domestic installations and operations.

Not long ago, the Intuitive Fosun Da Vinci Innovation Center was officially opened in Pudong, Shanghai, becoming the second surgical robot base in its global strategic layout.

  Pan Xiaofeng said: "The commissioning of the innovation center will help Chinese clinical experts seize the rapid development opportunities of robotic surgery, and will be more conducive to driving the rapid development of related supporting industries."

  Smart cleaning is safer

  Our reporter Lu Zhongzheng

  Came to the German Kach booth located in the consumer goods exhibition area, the area of ​​more than 800 square meters was designed brightly and clearly.

In the most conspicuous area of ​​the booth, several cleaning equipment are running automatically. This is the Kach third-generation AI intelligent cleaning robot, which is about to be released in the world.

  "This product is smarter and safer, and can adapt to a variety of different application environments." Tang Xiaodong, president of Kach Greater China, is full of confidence in the new product.

The product incorporates AI algorithms and has the world's first multi-sensing system, including vision and laser fusion navigation and positioning systems, and microwave sensing systems.

  The robot adopts a self-developed penetrating design. The head is equipped with a 210° super-large field of view monocular panoramic camera, which can track thousands of landmark features at the same time. Depth and distance enhance all-round perception capabilities.

  With unmanned driving technology and intelligent identification technology, a new generation of intelligent cleaning robots can effectively reduce the frequency of contact between personnel, reduce the risk of infection of cleaning workers and personnel, and help ensure public health safety.

  Tang Xiaodong said that in 2020, Kach’s business in the Chinese market will increase by 40% year-on-year, and the sales scale of Kach China Group will exceed 3 billion yuan.

In 2021, the company will continue to increase investment in the Chinese market, increasing its capital by more than 100 million yuan.