Tech News Summary:
- Shanghai TCab Technology Co. has developed a five-seater electric plane, the E20 eVTOL, with a maximum distance of 200 km and cruising speed of up to 260 km/h.
- The aircraft has six rotors distributed at both ends that can rotate simultaneously during takeoff to provide lift and four wing rotors that pitch 90 degrees to function like a propeller aircraft while two center rotors remain stationary after takeoff.
- The E20 eVTOL is suitable for short-distance intercity trips ranging from 30 km to 150 km and has already received pre-orders for over 100 units.
Shanghai, China – The much-awaited Shanghai International Technology Fair is set to kick-off this Thursday, giving visitors a glimpse into the future of technology. The event, which is being held at the National Convention and Exhibition Center in Shanghai, will feature cutting-edge technology products and exhibits from some of China’s biggest tech companies.
This year’s theme is “Innovation-driven Development for High-Quality Growth,” highlighting the importance of innovation in driving economic growth in China. The fair will showcase some of the country’s latest innovations in artificial intelligence, robotics, 5G technology, and more.
Leading technology companies, including Huawei, Alibaba, and Tencent, are expected to showcase their latest products and technologies at the event. Visitors can expect to see demonstrations of smart city technology, virtual reality experiences, and new advancements in medicine and healthcare.
The Shanghai International Technology Fair is seen as a crucial platform for Chinese companies to showcase their technical capabilities to the world. The event has grown in popularity over the years and has become an annual event for many tech enthusiasts.
Apart from being an opportunity for showcasing technological advancements, the event is also an avenue for networking for international investors and local companies. It allows for Chinese companies to collaborate with global leading counterparts, potentially opening new business prospects in the Asia-Pacific region and beyond.
With China increasingly being a technology powerhouse, the Shanghai International Technology Fair is a must-attend event for the tech industry, showcasing the innovative and inspiring technology China has to offer.
The Shanghai International Technology Fair will run from Thursday, May 13, to Saturday, May 15. Visitors are required to register in advance of the event to guarantee entry.