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From satellite radar, aerospace, to medical equipment, automobiles, mobile phones, and even smart children's toys related to people's lives, the R&D and manufacturing of sensors is becoming an important link in the field of smart manufacturing in my country.
A sensor is a detection device that can convert the sensed information into electrical signals or other information to achieve functions such as information transmission, processing and display. Sensors are widely used in automotive electronics, industrial manufacturing, network communications, consumer electronics and other fields.
Sensors and communications, computers are known as the three pillars of modern information technology and the foundation of the Internet of Things. If the computer is compared to the human "brain", and the communication is compared to the "nervous system", then the sensor is the "facial features" and "skin", which are responsible for "perceiving" all parameters of the environment and any data information. At present, various technical implementations in the Internet of Things, big data, cloud computing and smart cities that have attracted much attention are particularly dependent on sensor technology.
As the basis for the interconnection of all things and the intelligence of all things, sensors are the key core to help the innovation and development of the information technology industry. In recent years, the state has attached great importance to the development of the sensor industry, strengthened top-level design, focused on key areas, cultivated the industrial ecology, built an innovation platform, and promoted the high-quality development of the industry.
Policies provide "boosters" for the development of the sensor industry
In recent years, my country has vigorously supported sensor technology and industry, and has successively launched special policy support for sensors to help the sensor industry enter a period of rapid development.
Since 2021, the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology and other departments have successively issued the "Basic Electronic Components Industry Development Action Plan (2021-2023)", "Three-Year Action Plan for New Internet of Things Infrastructure Construction (2021-2023)", " The "14th Five-Year Plan for the Development of Intelligent Manufacturing" and other documents, carry out high-end promotion actions for key products such as sensing components, focus on making up for the shortcomings of high-end sensors, Internet of Things chips and other industries, improve industrial innovation capabilities, and strengthen market application promotion.
In April 2021, in order to implement the Guofa  No. 8 document, the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology and other departments jointly issued and implemented Announcement No. 9 of 2021 to formulate the conditions for integrated circuit design, equipment, materials, packaging, and testing enterprises encouraged by the state. , qualified sensor companies can enjoy preferential tax policies to further optimize the industrial development environment.
In September 2021, the General Office of the Shanghai Municipal People's Government issued the "14th Five-Year Plan for the Development of Advanced Manufacturing in Shanghai", with the Internet of Things and intelligent sensing as one of the key areas. By 2025, it will become a national intelligent sensor industry highland with an industrial scale of 80 billion yuan.
In June 2022, the Shenzhen Municipal Bureau of Industry and Information Technology, the Shenzhen Municipal Development and Reform Commission, and the Shenzhen Municipal Science and Technology Innovation Commission jointly issued the "Shenzhen Action Plan for Cultivating and Developing Smart Sensor Industry Clusters (2022-2025)". The plan proposes that the added value of the smart sensor industry will reach 8 billion yuan by 2025, doubling it.
The sensor market is growing rapidly
With the in-depth development of a new round of scientific and technological revolution and industrial transformation in the world, 5G, artificial intelligence, Internet of Things, big data, cloud computing and other technologies continue to make breakthroughs. As an important means of interacting with the external environment and the main source of perception information, the smart sensor market The demand is growing day by day, and the industrial development is ushering in a huge historical opportunity.
Yang Xudong, deputy director of the Electronic Information Department of the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology of China, said on August 9 that as a basic industry supporting the interconnection of all things and the intelligence of all things, the market demand for sensors is growing. It is estimated that by 2023, the size of China's sensor market will exceed 380 billion yuan.
The pace of sensor innovation is accelerating
In 2018, under the guidance of the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, the National Intelligent Sensor Innovation Center was established, which is committed to the innovation of advanced sensor technology, jointly developed common technologies with upstream and downstream sensor companies and leading enterprises in the industry chain, and established a joint laboratory for smart sensors. Build the first 12-inch advanced sensor pilot line in China, form a collaborative innovation mechanism for "production, education, research and use", and strive to build a world-class intelligent sensor innovation center.