The 2nd Yuelu Mountain “Intelligent Plus” High-end Innovation Forum was held at the National Engineering Laboratory for Robot Visual Perception and Control Technology on February 7, 2021. More than 30 academicians and experts in the fields of automation and computer science attended, including Lu Xicheng, Liu Jingnan, Gui Weihua, Song Junqiang, Liao Xiangke, Liu Zejin, Luo An, and Wang Yaonan. They shared views on innovative application of intelligent technologies in manufacturing and national defense industry.
Academician Wang Yaonan presided over the forum. HNU President Duan Xianzhong addressed and announced the opening of the forum.
Attendees at the forum.
Attendees visit laboratories.
Based on Hunan’s “Three Highlands and Four New Missions” strategy, the forum focused on key technologies, industrial layout, and strategic planning of intelligent manufacturing, AI, robot,industrial internet, and industrial software development; and, constructive interactions among innovation, industrial, value, andtalents chains. The discussions aimed tomake breakthroughsinbottlenecks that hinder development of intelligent manufacturing, AI, and robot technology.
A consensus was reached that, under the new circumstances featuring expedite development of information age, and based on Hunan’s industrial advantages and high-end scientific and technological foundation, concerted efforts should be made to enhance mastering and control of key technologies in information field. The academic and personnel resources of the higher educational institutions, such as Hunan University, Central South University, and National University of Defense Technology, should be leveraged to construct a greater sci-tech platform, in a bid to contribute to national economic growth and defense science and technology development.
The forum was hosted by Hunan University, and organized by the Hunan Association of Automation and the National Engineering Laboratory for Robot Visual Perception and Control Technology.
Academicians discuss “Intelligent Plus” technologies.
Attendees pose for a group photo in front of the National Engineering Laboratory for Robot Visual Perception and Control Technology.