Hi-tech boosts Guangzhou Asian Games

09:31, November 25, 2010      

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A news conference was held by Science and Information Technology Bureau of Guangzhou at Main Press Centre, Asian Games Town on Wednesday. Deputy Director Wang Guilin briefed the media on Hi-tech Asian Games.

Deputy Director Wang indicated that up to date high technology benefited the public, increasing their identification with the Asian Games, making a grand Guangzhou Asian Games with hi-tech. He said for the first time, High Definition (HD) technology was applied in broadcasting wonderful events of the Guangzhou Asian Games to the world, which took one third percentage of the whole Asian Games broadcasting.

With high technology, 3,500 intellectualised electronic and visualised trucks provided steady transportation for 31,000 registered personnel in Asian Games. High technology really benefited the most general residents. Deputy Director Wang said, first-class science and information technology also guaranteed a stable information system of Asian Games.

Asian Games information technology and communication system, completed with four years, was put into operation. The competition organisation was operated in a first level digitisation and network.

He added the 12th five-year plan would begin in Guangzhou in the year 2011. No effort would be spared to build an innovation city with great innovation ability, complete innovation system, perfect innovation environment, and bright innovation characteristic.

Source: GAGOC


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