From digital farmers to industrial celebrities, online war "epidemic" urges new occupations

  Xinhua News Agency, Shanghai, May 3 (Reporter Zhou Lin) At the end of April, the life of villagers in Dachang Village, Hangtou Town, Shanghai changed: the first batch of 55 farmers received 70 sets of existing houses, and villager Wang Longfei resettled himself Fang is very satisfied, but more worth looking forward to-he will become a "digital farmer".

  Dachang Village is a ten-billion-level industrial base project covered by Hema Xiansheng and Shanghai. For villages, scattered farmers can't separate farmland and can't use it intensively. For high-efficiency and high-standard construction, it needs to be distributed from scattered distribution to continuous development, so that land and resources can play an integrated advantage. In the future, this small village will be defined as Hema Village: at work, farmers upgrade from traditional agriculture to digital agriculture; in life, with the support of terminal retail, villagers can also enjoy the dividends brought by the business district.

  Through centralized living, while improving the living conditions of the villagers, it also promoted the construction of rural revitalization. Qu Handong, secretary of the General Party Branch of the Dachang Village, said that the villagers who lived intensively this time were originally scattered in various places, and the centralized residence will provide land resources for future agricultural continuous planting and development.

  Under the epidemic, the new online economy is vigorously advancing, stimulating many new professional forms. The above-mentioned traditional industries transformed by new retail and new agriculture are urging "digital farmers".

  Peasants who like to mention new houses will not "go upstairs and lose ground" and leave the Bank. They will be upgraded to industrial farmers and settled in digital agricultural bases. This is fundamentally different from the previous "farming depends on the sky". After upgrading to digital agriculture, what, how, how much, and when to sell are all protected by big data.

  "China will definitely change from a big agricultural country to a big digital agricultural country." Hou Yi, president of Hema, believes that the digital agricultural base is located in a high-tech invisible grid. The Internet of Things and Internet technology collect and analyze data, and farmers can also play around. Various modern agricultural facilities. Judging from the pilot in Shanghai, combined with the layout of Alibaba's construction of 1,000 digital agricultural bases across the country, it is foreseeable that the urban and rural sides will be more closely integrated, and the urban-rural gap is expected to gradually narrow through digital agriculture and new retail frontiers.

  In fact, what has been transformed by the online new economy is the industrial sales model, which is shaping a whole new batch of "industrial celebrities." This form of live broadcast not facing consumers but facing the industrial chain has enabled many industrial enterprises to broaden their demand channels; there are also industrial e-commerce platforms that have achieved rapid growth in registered users and orders in the crisis through live broadcast of industrial product sales The profit in the first quarter increased by more than 80% year-on-year.

  Pan Agile, CEO of Aimyi Cloud, an industrial e-commerce platform, said that “live” industrial products are all-inclusive, including various production equipment, mechanical parts, electronically controlled electricians, electronic and electrical, instrumentation, storage and transportation, labor protection, etc. For industrial products, there are also masks, disinfectants, and other epidemic prevention materials needed by enterprises to resume production. "In response to the interruption of the supply chain caused by the epidemic, it is also possible for the" industrial celebrities "to carry out various explorations such as backlog inventory processing, import substitution, and export to domestic sales."

  These new occupations fueled by the new economy also contain opportunities for future innovation and entrepreneurship. In order to better serve the new needs of the development of Shanghai's online economic enterprises, Shanghai issued the "Shanghai Action Plan for Promoting the Development of an Online New Economy (2020-2022)", which is building a benchmark for "unmanned factories", accelerating the development of industrial Internet, and promoting 12 areas including remote office mode, optimizing online financial services, deepening the development of online entertainment, innovation and development of online exhibitions, and expanding the format of fresh food retailing were promoted. The plan specifically mentions the need to create more than 100 application scenarios to further aggregate user traffic, drive new industry development, and seize the opportunities for innovation and entrepreneurship in emerging fields by tapping new demands in new scenarios.