According to official plans, Yizhuang will attract a number of leading robotic firms and their supply chain partners from home and abroad to put down roots there.
Currently, Beijing already stands above the crowd as the first provincial-level locality nationwide to boast an innovation center dedicated to humanoid robot.
As China plunges headlong into a global humanoid race, industry observers have been calling on domestic practitioners to take part in the formulation of standards on humanoids worldwide.
The white paper states that Beijing has a rich pool of technological resources that underpin the city's ambitions to construct a smart medical and healthcare robotics sector.
Humanoid robot is all the rage in China after Tesla and a few industrial pioneers introduced their own models since last year.
Beijing has stepped up its efforts to build up a vibrant robotic industry in conjunction with neighboring Hebei and Tianjin.
The two parks, when completed, will undergird the Chinese capital's drive to become a world-class robotic industrial powerhouse.
By the end of 2025, the development zone will see 100 new robotic projects being implemented on the basis of an industry-research nexus. R&D spending on robotics is forecast to grow at a CAGR of 50% and more.
This time around, Beijing also eyes the opportunity to build robotic industrial clusters, banking on the synergies to be unleashed.
Beijing announced an action plan in late June on innovation in the robotic industry between 2023 and 2025, mandating that by 2025 the city will incubate 100 robotic products with high technological level and added value.
The Beijing Daily newspaper reported that more stricter control of drones is meant to prevent them from being used for terrorist activities and will be a key part of the anti-terrorism campaign.
Controlled by a forest fire brigade, the aerial vehicle soared to 700m and transported mainly communication materials, including phones and power banks, to people who are cut off by raging floods.