Chen Zhiqiang, Chairman of NUCTECH, Declares That NUCTECH Has Integrated Iot Technologies into Security Inspection Solutions to Optimize Resource Allocation for Customs Worldwide
During May 15-19, the World Customs Organization (WCO) held the Online Experience-Sharing Workshop on Disruptive Technologies. The WCO Secretary General Kunio Mikuriya attended and addressed the Workshop. The Workshop was intended to study the role of disruptive technologies in customs practices, discuss the application of blockchain technology, artificial intelligence, Internet of Things, machine learning and big data, share actual practices of customs and technological innovations, and exchange views on relevant issues and experience.
In view of NUCTECH’s constructive participation in the WCO Asia/Pacific (AP) Regional Online Experience-Sharing Workshop on Disruptive Technologies held in March, Chen Zhiqiang, Chairman of NUCTECH, was invited to attend the dialogue on IoT technologies as a representative of the security inspection industry on May 18. Prof. Chen shared with the audience that NUCTECH had integrated IoT technologies into innovative solutions to help optimize the resource allocation for clients in customs, improve the visibility in supply chains and empower the intelligent customs supervision, and highlighted NUCTECH’s project in Mozambique as a case study.
In Mozambique, NUCTECH provided a complete package of solutions to help customs control the border efficiently, increase customs duty revenue, crack down on smuggling and prevent theft and robbery of cargo that passes through the territory.