Dà-Jiāng Innovations is the next Huawei? The US Department of Homeland Security said so.
On Thursday, the Trump administration officially listed Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. as a trade blacklist and immediately imposed restrictions and some US technology companies responded this. On May 19th, Google suspended business contacts with Huawei. On May 20, Intel, Qualcomm, Xilinx and other US chip manufacturers notified downstream manufacturers and employees that they would no longer supply to Huawei. The large-scale ban on Huawei in the United States is known to be globally known, but its behavior is not recognized by the some ones. Some foreign media have said that they have no unavoidable claims that “the US siege of Huawei is a serious misjudgment.”
The Japanese technology magazine “IT Times” said that the US’s confinement of China’s Huawei is a testimony to Huawei’s technical level. Recalling the past pressure on the Japanese auto and electronics companies, the United States will find that it is the same in any era.
“Russia Today” TV station pointed out that the United States has resorted to exerting pressure on China to try to keep its domestic market for its own manufacturers while allowing US companies to enter the Chinese market. This is totally an illusion, not a strategy. The British “Financial Times” published a social commentary, “the US siege of Huawei’s measures is a serious misjudgment.”
The US “ban” against Huawei also puts itself in trouble. Stocks of American technology companies such as Qualcomm and Google have experienced a torrential downturn. Perhaps under pressure, Trump said that the ban on Huawei will be delayed by 90 days, which is implemented in August. Huawei’s president Ren Zhengfei said: In the face of the US “90-day temporary license”, the most important thing is to do what you can, and we can’t decide what the US government does is.
the United States is troublemaker
Recently, the United States has made some trouble to DJI Dajiang Innovation, another high-tech company in China.
On May 21, according to CNN, the US Department of Homeland Security said in an “alert” issued on Monday (GMT-4), that Chinese-made drones may be sending sensitive flight data to their Chinese manufacturers. The Chinese government can accesses these data in China. This “warning” report does not specifically name which Chinese company, but CNN mentioned that nearly 80% of the UAVs used in the United States and Canada are from DJI, based in Shenzhen, China. At the same time, the article is based on the Dajiang Innovation “Wu” series of drones.
Why does United States worry the Dajiang?
The UAV industry is divided into military and civilian fields，the United States has always been a leader in the field of military drones. According to the Forward-looking network report, the top 10 military unmanned in the world. Among the machine manufacturers, there are six in the United States, which are in an absolute monopoly position.
However, in recent years, China’s military drones are also developing rapidly. The drones represented by “Rainbow” and “Pterosaur” have gone international, and have undergone practical tests on the battlefield and have received wide acclaim. Coupled with the multi-faceted advantages of cost and technology, the prospects of Chinese military drones in the domestic and foreign markets will be bright and will pose challenges to the United States.
In the civilian sector, Chinese drones can be described as “invincible in the world.” In the Forward-looking network report, among the top 10 civilian drone manufacturers in the world, there are 7 companies in China and only 2 in the United States.
China’s civil drones occupy a large number of global markets by virtue of their technological advantages and price advantages. Taking DJI as an example, according to the price range, the share of DJI in China is as high as 85% or more. Foreign market share also accounts for more than 65%, and even nearly 80% of the market in North America. In addition, the DJI drone also entered the US military market. According to the time financial report, in August 2018, the US Air Force issued an announcement on the website of the US federal government agency to purchase the project, indicating that it will purchase 35 DJI UAVs, model Mavic Pro Platinum.
Dajiang has resolutely opposed the data breach in the United States Department of Homeland Security.
On May 21, DJI Innovation responded that DJI has always attached great importance to information security issues. The security of DJI technology has been repeatedly verified globally, including independent verification by the US government and leading US companies. When users use DJI Dajiang’s innovative drones or other technical products, the data produced, stored and transmitted is completely controlled by the user.
In the absence of data breaches, the United States has arbitrarily issued an “alert”, clearly showing that the United States is intentional. As early as two years ago, the US military banned the military from using its products on the grounds that Dajiang “provides critical infrastructure information and law enforcement data to the Chinese government.”
However, the smearing of US state agencies has not stopped the American people for using Dajiangs’, the presence of Dajiang in various occasions such as railway, media, agriculture, and federal law enforcement in the United States, plays the role of mapping and plotting land, inspecting infrastructure, providing disaster relief, and monitoring suspects.
From this point of view, the UAV drones are mixed in both the military and civilian fields, posing a challenge to the hegemonic position of the United States. In addition, the trade wars that have arisen in the United States in recent years, the successive ZTE incidents, Huawei In the case of the ban, it is not difficult to find that the United States has adopted a suppression method to stop the development of Chinese high-tech enterprises, thus preventing the rise of Chinese technology.
For Chinese technology companies such as Huawei and Dajiang, the US blockade is unlikely to block the pace of China’s scientific and technological development. Disabling Huawei has turned Huawei’s “Hisilicon” into using; maliciously fabricated Dajiang leaked data, and the result was fight back the USA. Regardless of how the United States acts as a demon, China’s technology will not stop moving forward because of sanctions. It is believed that Huawei and Dajiang will eventually shine in the support of all people.