Is it starting to roll up? The pre-sale of Chery Tiggo 9 is only 160,000, which is lower than the starting price of Honda CR-V next door.

Chery’s new generation of global flagship SUV, the Tiggo 9, has opened the pre-sale price of 160,000 yuan for some time. As the latest flagship SUV of Chery brand, the name of this Tiggo 9 is also the largest number currently owned by Chery’s models. So for our consumers, is the pre-sale price of Tiggo 9 lower than the starting price of Honda CR-V next door worth buying? Let’s take a brief analysis.

First of all, in terms of appearance, the body size of the Tiggo 9 has reached 4820/1930/1699mm, and the wheelbase is 2820 mm. The gas field of the whole vehicle looks very strong. If you look at it a few times, you will even have the sense of sight of Lincoln aviators. It can be seen that Chery’s designers have made a lot of efforts on the shape of the car.

On the other hand, in the same price range, the Dongfeng Honda CR-V, with a minimum price of 169,800, has a body size of only 4703/1866/1680mm and a wheelbase of 2701 mm. The gas field of the whole car is not as strong as that of Tiggo 9, which is the plus item brought by the advantages of design and size.

Secondly, in terms of power system, the Tiggo 9 comes standard with the Kunpeng Power 2.0T engine. The new car has a maximum power of 261 HP and a peak torque of 400 Nm, and the transmission is a matching Aisin 8AT gearbox. Although we haven’t driven the Tiggo 9 yet, judging from the fact that the new car given by the government will come standard with CDC electromagnetic suspension system, the actual driving performance of this car should at least not be lower than that of the joint venture brand model at the same price.

On the CR-V side of Honda, the fuel version is still equipped with a power system composed of a 1.5T engine and a +CVT gearbox. Actually, the ride comfort, dynamic response and fuel consumption are not too big problems, but just because it is not fun to drive and the playability of the configuration is not good, the CR-V car is too moderate in my opinion.

Finally, in the smart cockpit, you will obviously feel that this is a car belonging to this era when you sit in the car of Tiggo 9. Whether it’s a large integrated dual screen, Qualcomm Snapdragon 8155 chip built into the car system, or its 14-speaker SONY stereo and 50-inch AR-HUD head-up display, it seems that it is telling you that I am a flagship SUV of Chery brand.

In addition, the materials and workmanship in the Tiggo 9 car are not selected at all. The seat padding is very thick and the softness is moderate. In addition, it also provides the Queen’s co-driver and the rear sunshade, so the care for the passengers in the car is also very thoughtful.

As for Honda CR-V, although the interior looks not bad, compared with the interior design of Tiggo 9, it is obviously easy to be defeated. The reason is not only that CR-V can’t be as "advanced" as Tiggo 9 in terms of building a sense of science and technology, but also that Japanese cars have always liked to control costs and pursue profit maximization, and they are not willing to pay for some materials.

Honda CR-V rear seat

Chery tiggo 9 rear seat

In the end, the intuitive feeling presented to users is that anyone with discerning eyes can see that the interior of Tiggo 9 looks better and the materials used are better, but Honda CR-V can only hold its own car ergonomically, which is more reasonable. In the final analysis, Japanese car companies have not put their eyes on the long term, otherwise they will not "stumble" in interior design.

Generally speaking, from our simple comparison between Chery Tiggo 9 and Honda CR-V, we can see that although the two cars have the same price range, the actual product strength is quite different. In this era of the rise of domestic cars, now we can buy a big, luxurious and intelligent flagship SUV like Tiggo 9 for 160 thousand. I have to say, domestic cars are really good.

For a joint-venture SUV model like Honda CR-V, which has been in the market for many years, to be honest, I really can’t find any reason to buy it now. You said that it is reliable, fuel-efficient and durable, and there is no problem when domestic cars are used for so many years. Therefore, the "things" that Japanese cars once relied on have become insignificant in front of Chinese people, leaving them with a shrinking market share. In a word, I really won’t choose a joint venture now with a budget of 160,000-200,000 yuan to buy a fuel SUV. I don’t know what you will choose. Leave a message in the comment area and let’s discuss it together. (Text/Youshi Automobile Dazhuo)

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Military newspaper articles talk about soldiers’ live broadcast: confidentiality first and will explore and spread the image of soldiers

  Topic backgroundIn 2013, the domestic online live broadcast platform began to rise; In 2015, there were nearly 200 online live broadcast platforms with 200 million users. With the popularity of 4G and wireless networks, the habit and demand of netizens watching videos on the mobile Internet are being cultivated, and everyone can become a "live car". Some media said that the "national live broadcast era" is coming.

  With only one smart phone and one software, life in the military camp can be "broadcast live". Going back ten years is unimaginable for many people. As smartphones enter the military camp in an orderly manner, the "mobile phone live broadcast" platform has also been favored by many officers and men. At the same time, the live broadcast has also brought new problems and challenges to the army management. Facing the "mobile phone live broadcast fever", a recent experience of a regiment of the 14th Army of the Army may bring us some enlightenment.


  "Push-ups" on the live broadcast platform

  At the beginning of June this year, Xiao Wang, a noncommissioned officer of a regiment of the 14th Army of the Army, downloaded a mobile phone live APP and registered an account during his vacation. Every day, he does push-ups, singing and other programs. In less than a month, the number of fans has soared from zero.

  After returning to the team, Xiao Wang’s "live broadcast" was interrupted. I can watch my account constantly "dropping powder", and Xiao Wang is a little anxious. One weekend, Xiao Wang resumed the long-lost "live broadcast". After the company cadres found out, they immediately stopped.

  Coincidentally. Xiaoshi, a battalion secretary, likes playing games since he was a child. He was a "game anchor" when he was in college. Last year, after re-using his smartphone, he joined the "live broadcast" of the game, and sometimes used the weekend to anchor online game competitions. Once, a fan guessed Xiaoshi’s military status in the live broadcast and asked him about the army. Xiaoshi suddenly became alert and stopped the live broadcast.

  It has been found that many officers and men use the "mobile phone live broadcast" platform one after another, which makes the first battalion pay attention to this issue. Although most officers and men do not have "live online", there are also many people who "watch live". Some live content is not nutritious, and some are even mixed with negative information. The first battalion immediately stipulated that officers and men should not use the "mobile phone live broadcast" platform.

  It didn’t take long for a comrade-in-arms to post on the Youth League’s political work website with the topic "Is it really wrong to broadcast live on mobile phones?", which triggered a discussion.

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  How does the military camp view "live broadcast"?

  “‘ Mobile phone live broadcast ’ It is no accident that it can be fired. " Zhao Zhang, a company soldier, said that he likes to record the moments around him with his mobile phone when he is on vacation. A touching scene is presented through live broadcast, which is more likely to resonate with everyone than empty preaching.

  "My favorite anchor often shares some practical skills in daily life." Peng Yuxi, a female soldier, watched the live broadcast on weekends. Every time she watched it for a short time, she gained a lot. Not long ago, she applied the storage skills learned from the live broadcast to the loading of carrying materials, which greatly improved the space utilization of carrying tools. This storage method was also used for reference by other officers and men in thy company, and everyone said it was good.

  In sharp contrast, some battalion chiefs frown at the mention of "mobile phone live broadcast". Some people think that if it is not strictly controlled, live broadcast software can easily turn mobile phones into "grenades." Instructor Ruan Liedong warned: "If you are not careful, if you put military secrets ‘ Live broadcast ’ What should I do if I go out! "

  In addition, the content of the "mobile phone live broadcast" platform is also worrying. The instructor of the 3rd Battalion said to Lei, "The reason why I object ‘ Live broadcast ’ It is worried that the officers and men are not strong in discriminating ability, and the live webcast content is varied and bizarre, which makes it easy for young soldiers to indulge in it. " He once found that some soldiers wasted a lot of money to give virtual gifts, and even became "moonlight clan".

  The heated discussion among officers and men attracted the attention of Liu Jijun, the political commissar of the regiment. “‘ Mobile phone live broadcast ’ It is an emerging product in the era of mobile Internet. When QQ and WeChat just emerged, the army did not let everyone use it. But it turns out that blind prohibition is a kind of ‘ Ostrich mentality ’ 。” Liu Jijun believes that "mobile phone live broadcast" does have certain hidden dangers, but it is not completely harmful. Barracks have their own particularity, and new things can neither be left unchecked nor banned at once. Instead, we should strengthen supervision while doing a good job in education and guidance, and unblock them simultaneously.


  "Education+Supervision" Facing the Challenge

  The more you argue, the clearer you become. A group of party members of the group quickly reached a consensus that there is nothing wrong with "mobile phone live broadcast" itself, but the time, place, method and content of its use must be clearly regulated and restricted.

  To this end, Liu Jijun prepared a special lecture for all officers and men to educate and guide officers and men to treat "mobile phone live broadcast" rationally. The regimental organs carefully sorted out the problems that are easy to occur in the "mobile phone live broadcast", invited the network engineers of the automation station to conduct technical analysis and answer questions on the spot, and timely launched a photo exhibition of network security warning education to enhance the awareness of network security prevention of officers and men.

  "The existing laws and regulations do not explicitly restrict the use of ‘ Mobile phone live broadcast ’ Software, but without approval, soldiers can’t expose their military identity on the Internet. Confidentiality is always a top priority. " Liu Jijun said that in order to strengthen supervision, the regiment refined and improved the "Regulations on the Management of the Use of Smartphones", stipulating that officers and men can only watch and conduct "live broadcasts" in the designated areas of military cafes on vacation or in casual clothes, and the content must not be related to the troops, and the military identity cannot be revealed; When performing tasks or under other special circumstances, you must disable functions such as camera shooting on your mobile phone.

  The group also developed smart phone management software and set up network supervisors in each company to find and correct violations in time. Not long ago, soldier Xiao Li just wanted to broadcast his physical training live in the company fitness room, but he was found and stopped. In addition, in order to prevent the erosion of bad information, the group actively cooperated with the resident network supervision department to grasp the situation of the mobile phone live broadcast platform with illegal problems for the first time and put it on the "list of prohibited software".

  "Through management education, officers and men are now right about ‘ Mobile phone live broadcast ’ The use of the platform has a clear specification. ‘ Mobile phone live broadcast ’ With media attributes, after reporting to the higher authorities for approval, we will consider exploring the use of live broadcast platforms to spread the good image of military personnel in the future. " Liu Jijun said.

Development Status of Artificial Intelligence AI Industry in China

     1. Development status of AI

    With the advent of the fourth industrial revolution, artificial intelligence has gradually entered reality from science fiction. Since the concept of artificial intelligence was first put forward in 1956, the development of artificial intelligence has experienced ups and downs. With the breakthrough of core algorithms, the rapid improvement of computing power, and the support of massive Internet data, artificial intelligence finally ushered in a qualitative leap in the second decade of the 21st century, and became the focus of science and technology attracting worldwide attention.
    For China, the development of artificial intelligence is a historic strategic opportunity, which is crucial to alleviate the pressure of population aging in the future, meet the challenges of sustainable development and promote the transformation and upgrading of economic structure. As the core driving force of the new round of industrial transformation and the strategic technology leading the future development, the state attaches great importance to the development of artificial intelligence industry. In 2017, the State Council released the "New Generation Artificial Intelligence Development Plan" to strategically deploy the artificial intelligence industry; In the government work reports in March 2018 and March 2019, it was emphasized that it is necessary to accelerate the development of emerging industries and promote research and development of artificial; applicationCultivate a new generation of information technology and other emerging industrial clusters to expand the digital economy.
    Since the deep learning algorithm was put forward in 2006, the application of artificial intelligence technology has made a breakthrough. Since 2012, the explosive growth of data has provided sufficient "nourishment" for artificial intelligence, and deep learning algorithms have achieved breakthroughs in speech and visual recognition, making it possible for the artificial intelligence industry to land and commercialize.
    2. Development layout of AI

    On the whole, China’s artificial intelligence industry has formed a pattern of coordinated development in Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei region, Yangtze River Delta region and Pearl River Delta region, especially in the eastern coastal areas. According to IDC’s Evaluation Report on the Development of Artificial Intelligence Computing Power in China in 2019-2020, the TOP5 cities in China’s list of artificial intelligence cities in 2019 are Beijing, Hangzhou, Shenzhen, Shanghai and Guangzhou in turn.
    Among them, Beijing has a relatively mature layout and a relatively complete industrial chain. In particular, Zhongguancun Science City and other institutions provide favorable policies, technologies and talents for the development of Beijing’s artificial intelligence industry. At present, the number of enterprises with artificial intelligence in Beijing ranks in the forefront of the country, about 300.
    The number of artificial intelligence enterprises in Shanghai is less than that in Beijing, but it is also ahead of other provinces and cities. Shanghai plans to build an artificial intelligence highland and create a first-class artificial intelligence innovation ecology. At present, it has laid out a "human-shaped" spatial structure, which is distributed in 8 regions and 11 industries. In addition to Shanghai, Jiangsu, Zhejiang and other places are also actively deployed, and artificial intelligence enterprises are more concentrated.
    Guangdong’s scientific and technological innovation ability is also in a leading position, especially the planning and development of Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area attaches importance to the layout of artificial intelligence. Up to now, Guangdong Province has successfully identified two batches of 8 parks as "Guangdong Artificial Intelligence Industrial Park". In addition, relying on the important opportunities of national characteristic towns, thousands of enterprises and thousands of towns projects, the Pearl River Delta National Independent Innovation Demonstration Zone and the Guangzhou-Shenzhen Science and Technology Innovation Corridor, Guangdong encourages local cities to speed up the application layout of artificial intelligence industry and build a number of artificial intelligence towns.
    Hangzhou attaches great importance to the basic research of artificial intelligence. The "Xiangyun" DRMS system is the first data resource platform based on artificial intelligence in China. It is a full-volume, real-time "data warehouse" of Hangzhou’s urban data brain, which can provide functions such as real-time data collection, data Rubik’s cube and data governance, and creatively apply artificial intelligence to data exchange, sharing and opening. Driven by leading enterprises such as Alibaba, Netease, zhejiang dahua, Hikvision and Straight Flush, Hangzhou has formed a number of distinctive applications in smart cities, finance and other fields. In addition, Hangzhou actively builds an artificial intelligence industrial cluster, taking Hangzhou High-tech Industrial Development Zone and Hangzhou Chengxi Science and Technology Innovation Corridor as the core, optimizing the layout of the city’s artificial intelligence industrial structure and realizing orderly competition and dislocation development.
    3. Market demand and scale of AI
    China’s artificial intelligence industry focuses on diversified application scenarios. Under the guidance of China’s national conditions and market demand, it aims at the practical needs of intelligent transformation and upgrading in transportation, medical care, finance, security and other fields, and focuses on selecting one or several key areas for key layout, focusing on the whole life cycle of big data in the industry, and taking the lead in promoting commercialization by optimizing scene design. In recent years, the competitive situation of differentiation and regionalization has attracted a large number of emerging artificial intelligence enterprises in China, which has promoted the continuous outbreak of China’s industrial scale.
    According to the statistics of Gaozhan think tank, the scale of China’s artificial intelligence industry reached 8.31 billion US dollars in 2018, and by 2019, the industrial scale exceeded 10 billion US dollars, reaching 10.55 billion US dollars. Among them, the industrial scale of AI basic layer, technology layer and application layer reached 1.99 billion US dollars, 3.06 billion US dollars and 5.5 billion US dollars respectively. Driven by policies and markets to accelerate the implementation of a new generation of artificial intelligence application scenarios, it is estimated that the industrial scale will approach 30 billion US dollars in 2022.
    Chart: The scale of artificial intelligence industry in China from 2015 to 2019 (USD 100 million)
    Source: Gaozhan think tank
    4. Number of AI enterprises
    According to the statistics of Gaozhan think tank, by the end of 2019, there were 779 artificial intelligence enterprises in China, accounting for 21.9% of the total number of artificial intelligence enterprises in the world, second only to the United States. In terms of the distribution of start-up time, the establishment time of artificial intelligence enterprises in China concentrated in 2010-2016, accounting for 67.3%, and reached its peak in 2015, and the number of enterprises established in 2016-2019 gradually declined.
    Chart: Time distribution of artificial intelligence enterprises in China as of 2019.
    Source: Gaozhan think tank
    In terms of geographical distribution of enterprises, artificial intelligence enterprises in China are mainly concentrated in the three metropolitan areas of Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei, Yangtze River Delta and Pearl River Delta, accounting for 44.8%, 28.7% and 16.9% respectively. Among the provinces and cities, artificial intelligence enterprises are mainly distributed in Beijing, Guangdong, Shanghai, Zhejiang, Jiangsu and other places, accounting for 88.4% of the total.
    Chart: Regional distribution of artificial intelligence enterprises in China in 2019
    Source: Gaozhan think tank
    5. Market structure and market share of AI enterprises
    The artificial intelligence application market mainly includes three aspects: computer vision application, speech semantic application and machine learning algorithm platform. Among them, computer vision application scenarios are rich and have great commercial value, and about 40% of artificial intelligence enterprises are concentrated in the field of visual artificial intelligence. According to the statistics of Gaozhan think tank, in 2019, the largest manufacturers in China’s artificial intelligence computer vision application field included Shangtang Technology, Defiance Technology, Yuncong Technology, Yitu Technology, Hikvision, Innovative Qizhi, Smart Eye Technology and Dahua Co., Ltd., accounting for 79.5% in total; The manufacturers occupying the largest market in the field of artificial intelligence speech semantic application include Iflytek, Tulsi and Xiao I.robot, Baidu Net News, Jietong Huasheng, Yunzhisheng, Shenzhou Taiyue, Alibaba Cloud and Spirits, accounting for 39.2% in total; The leaders of artificial intelligence algorithm learning platform include Fourth Paradigm, Alibaba Cloud, Baidu, Tencent Cloud, AWS and Microsoft. The main participants include Merrill Lynch Data, Jinshan Cloud, Jiuzhang Yunji, Intelligence Explorer, Xinghuan Technology, Xinhua III and Neusoft.
    Chart: China artificial intelligence market pattern in 2019