"Smart Campus Project" to complete in September
- Category: On The Campus
- Published: Tuesday, 24 July 2012 16:03
On the morning of July 17, opened in Ningbo the Cross Straights Meeting on Wireless Cities. According to the meeting, Ningbo has started the cooperation with Taiwan in the fields of smart campuses and smart buildings. The smart campus project was piloted in the Experimental School of Ningbo National Hi-tech Zone and it is to complete and put into use this September. Chen Zhongchao, Vice Mayor of Ningbo Municipality, attended the meeting.
To strengthen the cooperation between China’s Mainland and Taiwan, in August 2010, the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, the Taiwan Affairs Office of the State Council and the State Development and Reform Commission jointly issued a document, assigning Ningbo to be a pilot city the Cross Straights wireless city program. According to the document, Ningbo and Taiwan should cooperate in constructing wireless city network with TD-SCDMA and WiFi, in the application of TD-SCDMA terminal and in the added value services and related products of TD-SCDMA.
Taiwan is one of the earliest cities that started the construction of wireless cities, with much experience in the construction of informationized campus. The pilot smart campus program in the Experimental School of Ningbo National Hi-tech Zone has its investment reaching 5 million yuan, involving such fields as campus security, smart classrooms, and remote teaching. It is to complete and put into use this September.