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  • A robotic arm displayed by L'Oréal is mainly used to test new products
  • The display of Signify (former Philips Lighting), a world leader in lighting, shows the key role of smart lighting in the development of smart cities. Visitors can take a glimpse at urban life in 2030 through virtual reality goggles
  • General Electric exhibits products and solution plans for six major sectors including medical, aviation, power generation, renewable energy, oil and gas, and intelligent manufacturing at the expo
  • KUKA, one of the world's leading suppliers of intelligent automation solutions, sets up a small smart factory at the CIIE with robotic arms working together to show the flexibility, efficiency and precision of robotic production
  • Visitors check out a new product of Elekta, a leading innovator of equipment and software used to improve, prolong and save the lives of people with cancer and brain disorders
  • Dupont unveils its first carry-on made of Kevlar fabric at the CIIE. The 20-inch suitcase only weighs 1.68 kg
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More than 100 types of new products and technologies were on display at the first China International Import Expo (CIIE) held in Shanghai on November 5-10. Visitors took a closer look at tech-driven products during the six-day event.

In the 60,000-square-meter exhibition area for intelligent and high-end equipment, many exhibitors—including Fortune 500 companies—presented their latest products featuring cutting-edge technologies. In the medical equipment area, several of the most advanced medical devices were displayed. And in the area for automobiles, leading carmakers showcased frontier technologies in automatic driving, connectivity and digital-control.

(Photos by Yu Xiangjun)

Copyedited by Rebeca Toledo

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