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From facial reco上海龙凤女神会所gnition to real-time baggage tracking, Beijing Daxing International Airpor
t has embraced the latest smart technologies to improve passenger experience, an official a
t the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) said at a news conference on Thursday.
Self-service check-in kiosks and baggage drop machines will have 86 percent and 76 percent coverage, respec
tively, at the new Beijing airport, said Zhang Rui, vice-director of the Airport Department of the CAAC.
Smart technologies have been deployed in security check lanes for a fast and smooth passage, he said.
Passengers can enjoy a completely paperless, self-service boar
ding experience, from entry into the terminal building to the boarding gate, Zhang said.
lennial enjoyed buying many Palace Museum souvenirs, gifts and other creative produ
cts. “I tried quite a few from makeup kits, lipstick, blush, to various creative gadgets. They are good so
uvenirs in combining the Palace Museum culture and history with their functions,” Dong said.
According to He Jianmin, a professor specializing in cultural tourism research at the Shanghai University of Finance and Econo
mics, said both the Palace Museum and Shanghai Disneyland have high reputation among visitors. Since both bo
ast intellectual property rights over their creative products, counterfeits are virtually unknown.
Shanghai Disneyland, a $5.5 billion theme park, received more than 11 milli
on visitors in its first year of operation (2016-17), and is “close” to the break-even point.
les to customers in the second quarter, where it predicted that an estima
ted loss would be “significantly” less than the $702 million lost in the first quarter.
The company delivered about 63,000 vehicles in the first quarter.
The gross profit margin on the Model 3 – a focus for investors – remained steady at 20 percent.
Tesla also announced it would start offering its own ins
urance product in about a month to better reflect the safety of its vehicles.
Tesla reported net loss attributable to common shareholders of $702.1 million, or $4.10 p
er share, in the first quarter ended March 31, compared with a loss of $709.6 million, or $4.19 per share, a year earlier.
Excluding some items, Tesla lost $1.77 per share, compared with
Wall Street expectations of a loss of 69 cents, according to data from Refinitiv.