On November 11, Shenzhen-based drone manufacturer DJI launched certified refurbished products on its official website for the first time, which currently include the DJI Mini 3 Pro and DJI Pocket 2.
RoboSense, an intelligent lidar company headquartered in Shenzhen, released its RS-LiDAR-E1, referred to simply as E1, a flash solid-state lidar based on self-developed chips and a brand-new technology platform.
Huawei Connect 2022 is being held in Shenzhen from November 7 to 9. At the conference, an official from the Tianjin Port demonstrated the practical achievements of Huawei's smart port technology application and ecological construction.
Chinese acoustic components manufacturer GoerTek received a notice from a major overseas customer to suspend the production of one of its smart acoustic complete products. It is rumored that the order that GoerTek lost is Apple's headphone order.
BrainCo, Inc., a Chinese brain-computer interface (BCI) technology company, announced that its product BrainRobotics Hand had obtained FDA certification.
Several teams within Chinese tech giant Alibaba are jointly developing a device interaction engine that will be fully taken over by digital humans.
Since the beginning of the year, many Chinese internet giants such as ByteDance, Meituan and JD.com have launched new part-time job platforms in an attempt to further reduce their operating costs.
Leading Chinese drone firm DJI released a new combo for Air 2S unmanned aerial vehicle model, replacing the original controller with the newly launched DJI RC.
Shenzhen-based drone company DJI has recently announced that it will hold a product launch event at 9:00 am (EDT) on November 2, with the slogan "Explore Vivid."
ZD Power, a Chinese smart energy solution provider, announced on October 27 that it had completed an A Round of financing exceeding 100 million yuan ($13.8 million). This round of financing was led by GL Ventures and was followed by Source Code Capital and Creo Capital.
On October 14, Chinese microfluidic firm HICOMP MicroTech announced that it had completed a B+ round of financing worth 100 million yuan ($13.9 million), led by Xiaomi-backed Shunwei Capital.
During the late hours of October 7, Huawei released an internal message stating that Ryan Ding, Deputy Chairman of the firm's supervisory board, had died early that morning at the age of 53 due to a sudden illness.
Beijing-based private equity firm Hillhouse announced the official launch of its "Aseed+" seed fund project on September 28, which will focus on sectors including manufacturing, new energy, new materials, biotechnology, and carbon neutrality.
Mogo Auto, a Chinese autonomous vehicle startup, released the world's first self-driving factory-installed mass production bus featuring a "vehicle-infrastructure-cloud integration" system.
WeView, a Shanghai-based new energy storage enterprise, announced on September 21 that it had completed several rounds of financing in six months, with a total amount exceeding 400 million yuan ($56.8 million).
On September 17, CATL announced that its self-developed MTB (Module-to-Bracket) technology will be applied to the heavy duty truck battery swap project of Qiyuan Green Power, a Chinese power battery swap operator.
China's intelligent vehicle market is significantly ahead of Europe and the United States, said Zhang Kai, the chairman of Beijing-based autonomous driving company Haomo.AI Technology Co., Ltd., at the company's sixth AI Day event held on September 13.
ByteDance, the Beijing-based parent company of TikTok, has recently launched an offline real estate agency called "Xiaomai" for the Chinese market, opening several related stores in Fuzhou, Fujian Province.
Shenzhen-based camera and drone firm DJI released its new Osmo Action 3 sports camera on September 14. This product is available in many countries around the world.
Beijing-based automated driving company Haomo.AI signed a strategic cooperation agreement on September 5 with NavInfo, a Chinese digital map developer.