The new technologies have helped the Chinese armed forces to better prepare for the big military parade on September 3. The parade will also be the opportunity to show new weapons.
The Chinese navy has installed laser rangefinders in vehicles participating in the parade so they can maintain a specific distance from each other, said Sunday the Xinhua News Agency Fan Hui, head of training of the Chinese navy.
The satellite navigation system Beidou company has been used to improve the accuracy of the training and to create a digital simulation of the parade and simplify the plan and layout.
Digital fastest cameras were used to monitor the performance of soldiers.
The tanks of assault participating in the parade on September 3 are equipped with a new digital imaging system incorporating a camera, rangefinder and monitoring and data processing systems.
The parade marks the 70th anniversary of the end of the Second World War and the victory of the Chinese People’s War of Resistance against Japanese Aggression.
A total of 12,000 military personnel, 500 facilities and 200 aircraft will be presented at this event.
(Editors: HE Qian, Guangqi CUI)