IOT: don't use the "short board" as a "baffle"
by 2012, the scale of Jiangsu's emerging industries will double, the sales revenue of the six emerging industries will exceed 3trillion yuan, accounting for 30% of industries above Designated Size, and the added value will account for more than 15% of GDP. The following is a list of the recently proposed multiplication plan for emerging industries, which describes the magnificent blueprint for the development of emerging industries in Jiangsu Province
in this regard, some people worry that the core technology is the key to the development of emerging industries, and the lack of independent brands and independent core technology has always been the pain of made in China. If we can't overcome the technical shortcomings, how can we achieve the leapfrog development of emerging industries
indeed, core technology is the heart of emerging industries. Without mastering silicon purification, UHF RFID and other technologies, even if it is photovoltaic and IOT, it is just a processing and manufacturing industry of emerging industries. China is a developing country, and there is still a large gap between its scientific and technological innovation ability and that of developed countries. The degree of dependence on foreign technology is still high, and many technologies still need to be introduced. For example, there are many photovoltaic enterprises in China, but it is still Meide day that masters the core technology of polysilicon; In recent years, our IOT has developed rapidly, but there is still a gap between sensors and UHF RFID technology and foreign countries. Among the top 100 global IOT in 2009, 81 are in North America, 18 in Europe, and only one in the Asia Pacific region, not in China. To develop emerging industries, we must see and face up to our technological shortcomings and keep a clear head at all times
however, we don't have to belittle ourselves because of this. We think that the technical weakness can't be surpassed, and it's ambitious to engage in emerging industries, and we can't regard the technical weakness as a baffle for late action or even inaction. In fact, after decades of rapid development, China's economic foundation, scientific and educational level, and institutional environment have a certain foundation, and began to enter the active period of scientific and technological innovation activities. Jiangsu is a developed province in the East. In 2009, the province's regional innovation capacity ranked first in the country for the first time, and the proportion of the whole society's scientific and technological R & D investment in GDP has reached 2%, crossing the internationally recognized golden inflection point of scientific and technological take-off. Opportunities can be seized but not indulged. If we wait until the military situation has become a reality, in view of this kind of development, people have already developed first, and then layout emerging industries, it is bound to slow down. To develop emerging industries, we should jump up and pick peaches based on our own conditions, and take the lead in the layout, rather than being confined to technical shortcomings and doing nothingExtruders in developed countries have generally adopted modern electronic and computer control technology
dialectically treat the technological shortcomings of emerging industries, and we should also see our short, medium and long. We really can't be the team champion of scientific and technological innovation, but we can be the singles champion. Experts pointed out that China has accumulated certain technology in some emerging industries, and a few have reached the international advanced level, reaching the critical point of industrialization breakthrough. Similarly, although Jiangsu's emerging industries have shortcomings, there are also many unique secrets. For example, Wuxi Suntech has Pluto technology with the highest photoelectric conversion rate of solar monocrystalline silicon in the world; Taizhou pharmaceutical city has formed a first mover advantage in some biomedical fields; Suzhou nano Research Institute has gathered 320 high-level talents and applied for 73 patents. These singles champions are valuable resources for the development of emerging industries in Jiangsu
look at the technological weaknesses of emerging industries dialectically, and also see the potential energy of scientific and technological innovation in Jiangsu. The total talent resources of the province are 7.6 million, 360000 high-level talents, 1.77 million college students and 1.7 million vocational school students. These data reflect the potential power of Jiangsu to develop emerging industries. In recent years, Jiangsu has increased its investment in scientific and technological innovation and talent education. The total investment in local education has increased by 17.5% annually over the past five years. The provincial financial talent introduction funds at all levels have reached 2.6 billion yuan. The proportion of research and development investment in the adjustable report accounts for more than 2% of GDP and is still growing. It can be expected that if Jiangsu can give full play to its advantages in talent cultivation, talent introduction and talent gathering, and create a good institutional environment and development platform for scientific and technological innovation and industrial development, these potentials will become a realistic driving force for Jiangsu to overcome the technological shortcomings of emerging industries and a powerful force to support the multiplication plan of emerging industries in Jiangsu
in short, a dialectical view of the technological weaknesses of emerging industries is to correctly understand ourselves, not only see our own shortcomings, but also see our advantages, and constantly enhance the confidence and motivation to develop emerging industries