Chinese Tech Shines at Asian Games 2023: From Robot Dogs to AI Fragrance Machines
Updated: Jan 8
Chinese tech companies are seizing the opportunity to showcase their latest gadgets and services at the Asian Games 2023 in Hangzhou, providing a glimpse into China's technological ambitions.
From robot dogs to hot meals vending machines, companies like Alibaba and Deep Robotics are aiming to impress visitors at the event.
At the Smart Technology Experience Centre in the Asian Games Village, Deep Robotics has lined up three robot dogs that dance to the event's theme song. These robotic canines are just one example of the tech inventions that Hangzhou has chosen to demonstrate its technological prowess.
The opening ceremony of the Games featured virtual reality and artificial intelligence, including a digital fireworks show that could only be viewed on smartphones, computers and televisions. For local tech firms, the Asian Games serves as an opportunity to show support for a major state project.
Alibaba Cloud, the official information technology integrator and cloud service provider of the Games, is using the event to showcase its transmission technology. During the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics, Alibaba Cloud enabled live-streaming of the event to billions of viewers worldwide.
Deep Robotics, on the other hand, is using the Games as a platform to demonstrate the capabilities of its robot dogs. These robots have been tasked with conducting daily inspections at underground electricity substations since April. The company aims to show that Hangzhou is not just China's "internet capital," but also home to numerous high-tech companies, especially in the robotics sector.
Consumer-facing devices are also making an appearance at the Games. Kuaie Fresh, a Hangzhou-based company, has deployed hot meals vending machines across various venues, serving around 300 meals per day. The company aims to revolutionise the dining experience through the adoption of technology.
Another innovative device at the event is an "intelligent AI fragrance machine" developed by ScentRealm. This machine emits the aroma of traditional Chinese herbal medicine, believed to have therapeutic effects. ScentRealm plans to officially release the fragrance machine after the Games, with the goal of making it a common item in Chinese households.
Overall, Chinese tech firms are using the Asian Games 2023 as a platform to showcase their inventions and gain exposure to a wider audience. With a focus on innovation and technology, these companies are aiming to capture the mass market and pave the way for future advancements.
Chinese tech firms are showcasing their latest gadgets and services at the Asian Games 2023 in Hangzhou.
Companies like Alibaba and Deep Robotics are using the event to demonstrate their technological innovations.
The Games feature a range of tech inventions, including robot dogs and hot meals vending machines.