China’s Olympic 2020 competitors have enjoyed a successful run thanks to missile new technology. Chinese athletes, who have won 36 gold medals and 79 in total. According to the China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation (CASC)- players have received some high-tech assistance on their journey to Tokyo. Three gold, two silver, and one bronze medals were won by China in the pool, an improvement over the 2016 Games. While the swimming team took back one gold, two silver, and three bronze medals from the Games.
What did the aerodynamics technology in Olympic 2020 did?
CASC scientists monitored wind tunnel operations at state-run laboratories. Moreover, the development of a tiny missile guidance system to gather information on athletes’ position.
According to a Weibo post by the CASC, “via data analysis, they guided athletes in formulating training plans scientifically and gave scientific support and improve performance”. Device can record athletes’ stance, speed, position and acceleration during workouts. Because of this reason China won the women’s quad sculls rowing competition. This was also set a new world mark, topping Germany’s time by more than a second from 2014.
At aerodynamic testing facilities, they improve their effectiveness while sitting in a metal tube; under the watchful eye of coaches and experts. As the CASC put it, “Aerospace wind tunnel assists Olympic athletes win gold”. Aerodynamic forces of diverse athletes and the impact of different combinations on aerodynamic barriers were studied in the low-speed wind tunnel lab.
Aerospace Technology for Olympic 2020
Women’s quadruple sculls gold medalists from China broke the world record by nearly 2 seconds. And were only 6 seconds behind the silver medalist on Wednesday. Additionally, China took home a bronze medal on the same day, which was its first medal in men’s rowing history. According to an aerospace industry source, “Aerospace techniques were used in China’s daily life for nearly half a century”. The insider stated that BeiDou Navigation Satellite System (BDS) was one of the most well-known instances.
As a result of drones, robots, smart driving, intelligent wearable devices, and other slicing products, the way people produce and live has changed dramatically over the past decade. China manufactures the BDS and the mass-produced BeiDou high-precision positioning chip independently.
According to the reports, the BDS has implemented high-precision services in more than 20 countries. Additionally, it has more than 2 billion users worldwide. Upon the formal launch of BDS-3, which will take place on July 31, 2020. The BDS goods will be able to serve the entire world, with an average daily visitation of 2.5 billion people.
A few decades ago, China went from being an exception to becoming an athletic giant. This aerodynamic technology assess and improve performances while training. According to China, the country’s progress depends on the country’s success in elite sporting events.