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Analysis on the current situation of smart city development in China the government has vigorously promoted the planning and construction process. In recent years, China has accelerated the construction of digital cities. It is understood that more than 100 prefecture level digital cities have been newly built in China, and more than 300 prefecture level digital cities have been built, of which more than 150 have been built and applied in more than 60 fields. More than 100 digital counties and 3 smart cities were newly launched. In 2012, the National Bureau of surveying, mapping and geographic information adjusted the goal of "building a digital city" to "building a smart city"

on April 7, 2015, the Ministry of housing and urban rural development announced the list of National Smart City pilots in 2014, and determined that 84 cities (districts, counties and towns) including Mentougou District of Beijing were the new pilots of National Smart City in 2014, and 13 cities (districts and counties) including Zhengding County of Shijiazhuang city of Hebei Province were the expanded pilots

in order to comply with the development of the times and promote characteristic urbanization, the Chinese government is vigorously promoting the planning and construction of smart cities in recent years. From 2012 to 2016, China has selected hundreds of cities or towns to carry out national "smart city" pilot projects. According to the data in the smart city construction industry development trend and investment decision support report released by the forward looking Industry Research Institute, as of march2017, 95% of China's sub provincial cities and 83% of prefecture level cities, with a total of more than 500 cities, proposed to build smart cities in the government work plan. The number of smart cities built and under construction in China this year is expected to exceed 500

from the perspective of industrial chain, the main bodies involved in the construction of smart cities include: the government, operators, solution providers, content and service providers, and finally the European Parliament will release a big call for users in March this year. From the perspective of smart city solutions, the upstream and downstream of its industrial chain include chip manufacturers such as RFID; Sensor and IOT terminal manufacturers; Telecom network equipment and it equipment providers; Terminal application software developers, system integrators, smart city related business operators, top-level planning service providers and other technology-based enterprises

among them, the role of each subject in the process of smart city construction and the results obtained by end users are shown in the following figure:

sketch of smart city industry chain

source: the forward looking Industry Research Institute collates the forward looking suggestions for China's smart city development

for China in the period of economic recovery, the entry of the concept of "smart city" has bred huge development opportunities, China can not only take this opportunity to keep the shape of battery modules safe, accelerate development and get rid of the impact of the economic crisis, but also use new wisdom to open up innovative industries and new markets and walk out of a road of leapfrog development. Therefore, China should seize the opportunity, make full use of the benefits brought by the "smart city" and correctly respond to its challenges. To develop smart cities in China, we should first attach great importance to the impact of smart cities on China's information industry and information security. Formally, "smart city" is a marketing means and product promotion strategy of IBM, and Adler believes that it is a measure to deal with the financial crisis, but the foresight and foresight of its strategy can not be ignored

China's development smart city has a ruler on the folding table. The city should also speed up the construction of IOT with independent intellectual property rights. IOT is not only an important infrastructure for smart city construction, but also particularly important because it involves the collection of safe and dynamic information in key fields such as transportation, energy and finance. Only by building IOT with independent intellectual property rights can we calmly deal with the possible impacts of IOT system in the process of smart city construction and operation

to develop smart cities, China also needs to master the core technologies involved in smart cities as soon as possible. At present, in terms of high-tech information technology, China still has a high degree of dependence on foreign countries, and the core technology of most industries is still in the hands of multinational companies. Only by strengthening independent research and development in key technology fields, breaking through core technologies, and strengthening the integration and innovation of relevant technologies, can China build an independent and controllable smart city

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