China's Rural Economic Growth Increases

China's Rural Economic Growth Increases

 According to China's digital economy development report released in early July, the value-added output of the digital economy in Guizhou increased by 20.6 percent year-on-year in 2021, and the growth rate is 4.4 percentage points higher than the national average, ranking first in the country for seven consecutive years. The increasing number of big data and other technology projects has boosted Guizhou's digital economy. Yu Dan, who is in charge of the tea plantation project, said that 6 million white tea seedlings at the base were donated by 20 Party members in Anji, a well-known county in Zhejiang Province for white tea production. 






At a plantation base, established in 2018, in Tunshang Village, Pu'an County, an outdoor LED display screen shows temperature, humidity, and soil conditions. Tea growth is tracked in real time by dozens of digital devices installed on the base, offering data support for scientific management and protection of tea gardens. Today, tea gardens not only increase the income of local residents but also continue to improve the yield and quality of white tea through big data. According to the provincial statistics bureau, the output value of Guizhou's big data and electronic information industry grew 22.8 percent year-on-year in the first half of this year. 

With the big data industry taking root in Guizhou, digital applications are becoming more and more popular, and digital management through intelligent applications has become a trend in rural areas.
Fei Rufen received several early warning messages on the mobile app in no time, reminding him that the 70 sows in the pigsty had extremely high body temperatures. Each pig's ear tag collects data on body temperature and animal movement 24 hours a day and uploads it to the app. If the pig's body temperature exceeds 39 degrees Celsius, or the movement remains stationary for a long time, the app will send an early warning to the farmer and the red light on the ear tag will light up. 

"In the past, when pigs were found to be sick, symptoms such as anorexia and diarrhea were often observed, but the best treatment period was missed. Now, the big data system has helped us increase the survival rate of pigs to more than 96 percent," Fei said. More than 40 automated guided vehicles (AGVs) were seen carrying materials in an orderly manner at the fully 5G-equipped guizhou tire Co., Ltd. factory. There is a lot of logistics equipment moving back and forth in this factory, said Han Hongchuan.

 The head of the company's information technology department, added that this AGV is the focus of the company's technology transformation, which greatly improves on-site network stability, ensures the smooth transfer of components, and reduces operation and maintenance costs by about 30 percent. Liu Da, an expert at the Guizhou branch of China Unicom, said that the core equipment and 5G storage systems are housed in the data center.
Liu added that the "neural network" has been created through digital technology, and a large amount of high-quality data is stably transmitted and analyzed in the data center, which can provide strong support for process optimization and changes in the factory. 

A suitable climate, sufficient strength, and stable geological conditions have allowed Guizhou to take the lead in initiating the construction of a new digital infrastructure. Currently, there are 25 major data centers in Guizhou, including 11 super-large ones. This province is one of the regions with the largest number of super large data centers globally.



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