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US media: "Technology Winter Olympics" equipment shows China's innovative strength

2022/04/19


Source: China Daily   


China Daily, February 23,2022. The Los Angeles Times reported on the 19th that in the past few weeks, robots have been widely used in the Beijing Winter Olympics stadiums and Winter Olympics Village, and a series of high-tech Winter Olympics equipment has attracted worldwide attention. The message China wants to convey is that China is not only the factory of the world, but also a center of innovation.


According to the report, the robot chef at the Beijing Winter Olympics Media Center has attracted worldwide attention. The report describes the chef's workflow like this: A basket automatically places frozen wontons in boiling water. Within minutes, the minced meat wrapped in dough is cooked, placed in a black plastic bowl, and transported to a conveyor belt. And when your lunch order arrives at the counter, the pink light starts flashing, all without manual operation.

In addition to robotic chefs, the restaurant even has robotic bartenders: unmanned servers glide on aerial tracks and bring drinks to your table. Behind all these machinery and equipment, .China is showcasing technological innovations at every link.


The report pointed out that robots are very common in the Olympic "closed loop system". Approximate chest-high white robots go on patrol the media hotel, and they can even take the lift by themselves.

Various types of robots, intelligent disinfection robot automatically spray disinfectant, intelligent obstacle avoidance.


Flashing blue lights robots cruised the corridors, and infrared scanners showed the body temperature of everyone who walked by. The sleeping pods are controlled by a mobile app and provide journalists with a place to nap during long working days.


"China wants to send the message that China is not just a manufacturing superpower and the world's factory, but China is also a center of innovation," said Clayton Dube, director of the USC Institute for the U.S.-China.

The wide corridor of the media center is lined with more than a dozen futuristic "sleep pods", which have also become a favorite topic for international media between regular sports coverage.


Anyone in need of a nap can scan a QR code to open the cabin door, and the compact space with a smart bed that can be adjusted via a remote control - head up, feet up, and massage facilities and disposable sheets.


By showing these things, Mr. Dube said, China proved, "Look, we can make the Olympics better with technology".


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