Students from the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering embarked on an exciting industrial visit recently. The purpose of this visit was to showcase the innovative technologies in the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area, allow students to experience the work environment, and gain a deeper understanding of career prospects. It aimed to align with the policies of the Macao SAR Government, actively integrating into the development of the Greater Bay Area, and attracting more local talents to start businesses and seek employment in the Greater Bay Area.
This journey included visits to Gree Electric Appliances Inc. and Yuanguang Software Co., Ltd., both headquartered in Zhuhai. These two companies are leading technology engineering companies in China and even globally, known for their advanced technologies and high-quality products. The students first visited Gree’s product exhibition hall, witnessing the automated operations in Gree’s production process and experiencing their smart home appliances. The students were deeply impressed by the efficiency and precision of the products and were curious about the applications of carbon-neutral homes. As for Yuanguang, being a mainstream domestic digital service information technology company, it serves various industries including digital enterprises, smart energy, and creative platforms. Apart from gaining insights into the core technologies driving the development of smart cities, the students also got to know the latest technology research projects and ongoing innovative work through the visit and introductions.
This industrial visit provided valuable learning experiences, enabling the students to gain a deeper understanding of technological innovation and research and development in the Greater Bay Area. It instilled them with stronger confidence in their future careers and the development prospects of the Greater Bay Area. Through interactions and on-site observations with industry professionals, they gained a better understanding of the advanced operational models, potentials, and the demand for occupational skills in the Greater Bay Area. It also allowed students to set clear goals for their future development.