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Beijing Institute of Aerospace Control Devices (BIACD)

BIACD is involved in the development of fibre optic sensors, satellite communication system and IoT system, used in Chinese smart grid as well as in petroleum, emergency communication and intellectual manufacturing. They have 3400 employees, of which more than 40% have a postgraduate degree or higher.

Company Overview

BIACD is involved in the development of fibre optic sensors, satellite communication system and IoT system, used in Chinese smart grid as well as in petroleum, emergency communication and intellectual manufacturing. They have 3400 employees, of which more than 40% have a postgraduate degree or higher.

In the spirit of mutual learning, sincere cooperation, harmonious development, and win-win relationships, BIACD joins hands with the domestic and overseas counterparts and all sectors of society, to make unremitting efforts for the promotion of development and application of photoelectric sensing technology.

The company’s mission is to develop advanced technologies using photoelectric sensors and IT integration in pursuit of being a first-rate industrial company in China and the world.

Supported by Professor Daping Chu, Professor Ian White and Professor Richard Penty, BIACD and CAPE have “incubated” many university–industrial cooperation projects and achieved substantive results. I wish both sides will achieve a win–win situation in terms of future cooperation and contribute to science and technology innovation in relevant field.

Collaboration with CAPE

On basis of world-leading equipment and solid professional foundation, CAPE builds partner relationship with enterprises which are engaged in photonics

and electronics, and provides a “vertical integrated” cooperation mode for university and enterprises.

BIACD and CAPE jointly researched many projects such as smart in-building wireless system and smart manufacturing system. BIACD has dispatched more than 10 technical staff to CAPE to research. In the meantime, many experts from the University of Cambridge came to China to promote the cooperation projects and provide guidance for young technical staff.

BIACD and CAPE worked together and efficiently finished the prototype and network test of smart in-building wireless system. At the present, this project is in industrial condition. At the same time, BIACD and

CAPE strive to make technological breakthrough on fibre optic cable development, optoelectronic oscillator and smart manufacturing system, which lays a good foundation for the following product researchand industrial development