As the hub of China’s internet of things sector, China’s Wuxi City has prioritized technological development to lead the city’s emerging strategic industries. According to the local government, the city’s IoT sector employs more than 180,000 people and encompasses 2,000-plus IoT companies. These companies generated a staggering 25% of China’s nation-wide IoT income. The growth began back in November 2009, when China’s State Council approved the Wuxi National Sensing Innovation Demonstration Park and marked the beginning of the city’s focus on the development of the IoT industry.
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