The University of Melbourne:Smart Design Driven by IoT
First Automobile Works Group Corporation, also known as China FAW or simply FAW, is quickly gaining a reputation as one of China's largest automotive manufacturing companies over the past five decades. The company ranked 107th worldwide by the end of 2015 and boasted revenues reaching US$80.1945 billion.
Before the opening of Mobile World Congress (MWC) Shanghai in 2015, Huawei, together with Shanghai Unicom and China Unicom Network Technology Research Institute, started the pilot operation of the first Cellular IoT (CIoT) technology based on 4.5G NB-IoT and launched a pilot project of intelligent parking.
The launch of the pilot indicated the startup of new CIoT technology based on NB-IoT, which would help China Unicom accelerate new industrial layout, embrace new IoT era, and match the "Internet+" national strategy.
With 50 years of history behind it, we would not expect this old school building to be very energy efficient, but the University of Melbourne's recent efforts at remodeling this historical structure to increase energy efficiency have been truly impressive. The data collected in association with this project reflects a 62.5% reduction in the power required to light the structure.
Its output was expected to reach tens of millions of tons by the end of the twelfth five-year plan (2011-2015). Sinopec Jiujiang Company is the first smart factory pilot in China, seeking to build a top-ranking information system to enable automated, digitalized, visualized, and integrated production and operation. In this way, it can improve upon the extensive range of inherent capabilities in terms of labor productivity, system security, emergency response, risk prevention, and accurate logic based reasoning.