Pudong leader visits Zhangjiang High-Tech Park
Zhangjiang High-Tech Park welcomes a group of officials led by Weng Zuliang, Party secretary of Shanghai's Pudong New Area on Aug 28, who come to inspect the latest high-tech products of Zhangjiang companies. [Photo provided to chinadaily.com.cn]
Weng Zuliang, Party secretary of Shanghai's Pudong New Area, visited the Zhangjiang High-Tech Park on Aug 28 to inspect the latest high-tech products of local companies.
Destinations of the Party secretary included Techcode Shanghai, Fourier Intelligence, Zhangjiang International Innovation Harbor, Zhangjiang Multinational Enterprises Joint Incubation Platform, and Zhangjiang Incubator Management.
Techcode Shanghai started operation in Zhangjiang on May 6, 2016. It focuses on sectors such as high-end semiconductors, artificial intelligence, mass health, new materials, clean energy, and cultural creation.
It intends to integrate innovative resources in Shanghai and the Yangtze River Delta region to improve the city's innovation capacity.
Fourier Intelligence is a Zhangjiang-born tech startup. Its product of a lower limb exoskeleton robot is a milestone in China.
Zhangjiang International Innovation Harbor, a startup hub, has attracted nearly 200 companies. An innovation and entrepreneurship service platform has been launched at the harbor to offer one-stop services to startups moving in Zhangjiang.
The platform includes a roadshow center, an achievements exhibition and experience center, a multinational enterprises resource sharing center, a video studio, and a startup comprehensive service area.
The Zhangjiang Multinational Enterprises Joint Incubation Platform unites the forces of 20 multinationals and 700 local top enterprises to support innovation and startup projects.
Zhangjiang Incubator Management is now running seven incubators focusing on integrated circuits, software and information services, cultural creation, and information technology industries. Over the past decade, it has incubated more than 2,500 enterprises and raised funds of nearly 10 billion yuan ($1.5 billion).