In 2010, considering its position in combination with the state of the IT industry at the time, DC Holdings announced the launch of its [email protected] City Strategy. The strategy was in accordance with the call for the integration of urbanization, informatization, and industrialization as detailed in the 12th Five Year Plan.
In December, 2012, the Urban Public Information Service Platform 1.0—a civic integration service platform —was launched in the cities of Fuzhou and Foshan for the first time. This platform is oriented towards people; providing services for residents’ daily lives is its central focus. The platform provides citizens with equal, fair and convenient localized services by integrating urban management with public and business services.
On October 29, 2013, China’s first independently developed smart city central support system, the DC Holdings Urban Public Information Services Platform 2.0, was launched in Beijing. It was the first proposed virtual image of an urban landscape built using a theoretical framework.
On November 20, the "Cloud Era Smart City Forum" was held in Beijing, during which DC Holdings exhibited its Urban Public Information Service Platform 3.0, demonstrating its execution from theory to practice. This is a platform that combines efficient government affairs services, data open innovation, residents’ home building, enterprise and urban management. DC Holdings once again lead the development of China smart city construction.
On October 19, 2015, Premier Li Keqiang tapped a touchscreen launching the Zhongguancun Entrepreneurship and Innovation Service Platform called “Online Meeting Room” （www.wezgc.com）. This was China’s first fully integrated innovation and entrepreneurship cloud based service platform, a Zhongguancun platform created and operated by DC Holdings. On this platform, DC Holdings integrated a total of 1264 services from 208 service providers. It included services such as policy, technology, talent, finance, and intellectual property.