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[Photo via Yanqing Convergence Media Center]

On September 10, the inauguration ceremony for the Ecosystem Alliance of the Unmanned System Industry and the launching ceremony of the construction project of Yanqing Unmanned System Industry Base (hereinafter collectively referred to as the "Ceremony") took place in Yanqing, Beijing.

It is learned that the Ecosystem Alliance of the Unmanned System Industry (hereinafter referred to as the "Alliance") was jointly established by Chinese enterprises in the upstream, middle, and downstream sections of the unmanned system-based intelligent manufacturing industry, together with relevant universities and research institutes. During the Ceremony, five members of the Alliance exchanged thoughts on topics related to the development of the unmanned system industry, industry chain collaboration, establishment of a generic technology platform, etc. They also discussed new opportunities and challenges faced by and prospects for cooperation and development of the Alliance.

Meanwhile, the construction project of China's first digital production base for the unmanned intelligent industry officially commenced. Jointly launched by Yanqing District and Aerospace Times FeiHong Technology Co., Ltd, an enterprise affiliated with the No. 9 Research Institute of China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation, the base covers an area of 158 mu (about 10.53 hectares), with a total investment of over CNY 1.2 billion and a floor area of approximately 130,000 square meters. In the future, the base will play a leading role in driving the development of the unmanned system industry clusters in Beijing.