Shandong promotes the construction of Marine Internet of Things

On March 24th, shandong Province held the launching meeting of strategic cooperation and Marine Internet of Things project to implement the Action Plan of Strong Ocean Province in Qingdao.The meeting adopted the “online” mode and signed a strategic cooperation agreement on Marine Monitoring Internet of Things in Shandong Province. By promoting the construction of Marine Internet of Things, it will speed up the construction of a strong Marine province and a strong digital province.Oceanic administration of shandong qilu industrial university (province academy of sciences) in shandong province, shandong maritime forecasting platform, Marine forecast disaster relief center, computing center in shandong province, Qingdao Marine development, Marine management security center Qingdao, Qingdao sea inspection group co., LTD., shandong academy of sciences institute of Marine instrumentation nine units through video way to attend the meeting.Taking this project launch meeting as an opportunity, Shandong will accelerate the construction of “integration” of Marine data, “one map” of Marine management, and “one network” of Marine comprehensive control in shandong province, and promote the full coverage of Marine monitoring of 159,000 square kilometers.The development of Marine Internet of Things is the general trend of shandong’s smart ocean construction, and also a major demand of Shandong’s Marine security management.Marine Internet of Things, connected with sensors and big data, is an industrial chain connecting perception and data, and can radiate and drive the development of upstream and downstream industries.Many Marine application fields in Shandong province, such as accurate early warning and forecast of Marine disasters, high-quality development of Marine pastures, precise prevention and control of bay pollution, monitoring of coastal zone pollution, and Marine biodiversity investigation and protection, need to rely on Marine Internet of Things and Marine big data for intelligent application.The development of the Marine Internet of Things can optimize the sea-related observation resources in Shandong and form a perfect and intelligent observation system covering the whole sea area of the Shandong Peninsula.Shandong province has a good foundation and technological advantage in the construction of Marine Internet of Things.First, six institutions, including the Marine Instrument Institute of Shandong Academy of Sciences and Shandong Marine Forecast and Disaster Reduction Center, signed a strategic cooperation agreement on Marine Monitoring Internet of Things in Shandong Province, jointly promoting the development of Marine monitoring Internet of Things in Shandong.Second, a Marine ecological task Group was released.In the field of Marine monitoring Internet of Things, four major tasks are planned: r&d of Marine sensing technology and instruments, r&d of intelligent unmanned equipment and platform, performance verification and comprehensive evaluation platform of Marine monitoring equipment, and construction of Marine monitoring Internet of Things information system.Third, on the basis of “Shandong Typical Sea Environment Monitoring Marine Internet of Things Technology Demonstration Project (Phase I)”, the future development of Shandong Marine Monitoring Internet of Things is discussed.The demonstrative project of science and technology to integrate the existing resources, and shandong peninsula waters using 5 g, edge computing, artificial intelligence, etc. New technology upgrading, demonstration of new ocean station, buoys station, built with buoy, shore-based observatory, fixed platform as the main body, such as sea net to uav, the boat, the heave section buoys and other mobile platform for auxiliary,It has become a replicable and popularizable Marine Internet of Things model project covering typical sea areas in Shandong Province.Fourth, the Marine Monitoring Internet of Things Forum was organized, mainly for in-depth exchange of key core technologies of the “perception layer, network layer and application layer” of the Marine monitoring Internet of Things.(Wang Chao and Liu Lebin)

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