Gamification in cities belonging to OBOR trade routes.

How could OBOR change the cities that will benefit from their Routes?

Couldn’t these cities being connected online to tap all advantages of trade?

What easy is to organize a IoT Application with Internet.


Currently, the prospects of China’s ‘One Belt One Road Initiative’ (hereinafter referred to as OBOR) are dim. An article published in the Financial Times in July this year pointed out that 234 out of 1,674. The most recent and striking problem occurred in Malaysia——newly elected prime minister Mahathir Mohamad canceled the US$20 billion East Coast Rail Link project right after his official visit to Beijing.

But is Malaysia doing well?

Although it is very likely that Mahathir Mohamad’s primary aim is to force China to make more concessions rather than to withdraw from OBOR, his talk about ‘a new version of colonialism?

Really? Which countries say this?

does echo the concerns of ordinary people in the Belt and Road countries. These issues have been criticized by progressive forces around the world. However, criticisms about OBOR often focus on the adverse effects it has created in foreign countries and neglect its domestic consequences——corruption, domestic financial deficiency, the rise of xenophobia, etc.

It seems as West is a bit nervous?

We know that Economic globalization is one of the three main dimensions of globalization commonly found in academic literature, with the two others being political globalization and cultural globalization, as well as the general term of globalization.[1] Economic globalization refers to the widespread international movement of goods, capital, services, technology and information. It is the increasing economic integration and interdependence of national, regional, and local economies across the world through an intensification of cross-border movement of goods, services, technologies and capital.

But, do you know how Internet could tal this? Sylodium will show you, just common sense.

Economic globalization primarily comprises the globalization of production, finance, markets, technology, organizational regimes, institutions, corporations, and labour, all of this will change in a reasonable way.

Triangular Trade.

China – Israel – Africa

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How Belt and Road Is Upending the Beijing Consensus

the Americans are saying these things.

But, can the USA really be critical of China in this?

Why export coal then?

Given that Beijing is increasingly aware of the negative effect of coal on its environment—as marked by the steps it has taken to transition away from excessive fossil fuel use— why is China still pushing coal abroad through the BRI?

Forecasts indicate that the global coal trade will decline after 2018; countries which continue to import the fossil fuel will be trapped into uncertainty patterns about power and energy prices – all while “renewables are benefitting from huge technology improvements” and sinking costs. Yet these developing countries will not only be bound to the whims of an increasingly unreliable market—they will also be tightly linked to China. In fact, coal dependence is more often than not synonymous with dependence on China. Last year, Beijing upped its coal production 2.1 percent – mostly for export, suggesting that the clearest thing about Chinese environmental policy is that it seeks to profit from creating new coal markets elsewhere.

Rexiology of Sheimbra, sooner than later, the cities will decide more in global commerce than the countries.


X1 Flow of the business from institutions, actors, to individual psychology and the consciousness and unconsciousness of individuals. X2 Workers, Employers, Consumers X3 Statistics of everyday life. X4 Rare customs X5 New economic customs, towards good sense.


Y1 Private Property, Power Will. Y2 Alliances, Competition. Biocenosis Exploitation. Y3 Laws. Y4 Cities Y5 New Cities 4.0 with reasonable technology, not stupid.


Z1 IoT use towards the IIoT. Z2 Psychology, Games, Partner, HR, Advertising. Z3 Crossings, a, e, i, o, u. Power relations, and 3D positions. Z4 Whore for stubble for money. Z5 hestidolia, the return to barter from the virtual. 

Everybody is in FIR and Gamification.

The senior VP and head of ecosystem/partnerships of MATRIX, John Zhu was and still is involved in numerous high level space projects directly funded by the Chinese Government. Many of the projects John Zhu is in charge of (or heavily involved with) are multi-satellite constellations that China has recently constructed, is currently constructing, or is planning to construct in the near future.

Do you think that it is necessary all this to organize in a cibernetic way the Internet?

The multi-satellite constellations will be used by the Chinese government to track and monitor the progress of their multi-trillion-dollar cross-continental infrastructure program via imagery from outer space. This all comes full circle as John Zhu is also the Executive Projects Expert for the Belt and Road Research and Development Centre.

Just to reiterate, John Zhu holds executive positions in high-level government projects in both multi-satellite space constellation construction and the One Belt One Road initiative.

But many people have forgotten to read Aristotle to see how simple these things will be without so much sofisticated technology, many times, stupid technology

Gaming the Factory: Can Data Make Manufacturing Fun Again?

An exec in the office endlessly tweaking these speeds, or introducing new materials or equipment, is really not much different than a kid in their room searching a level for power-ups to beat the bad guy. In both scenarios, the goal is to win faster and easier.

For Honda, it was a way to focus on the “gemba,” or actual place. “We want the simulation, the virtual world, to look exactly like our manufacturing situation. Instead of just a part number and 2D models, the production line is fully realized, with each position in the simulation accurately reflecting all the materials used on the CRV to that point.

How Leaders Can Utilize Gamification To Level Up Engagement

Gamification can be implemented anywhere from the smallest team to the largest enterprise. To start with, all you need is a spreadsheet and an important goal that can be measured. Your employees’ love of games and the implicit rewards they yield will take care of the rest.

Using Gamification to Train Millennials

The result? It worked. Usage rates were extremely high (97%), and 95% of the users completed each teaching session. Not only that, most of the agents were using the game outside of working hours. It proved to be an effective team-building tool that educated, focused, and energized the sales force.

In the UK, fast-food behemoth McDonald's began using gamification in 2011 to train front-line servers to use the new cash registers. They placed the game on the McDonald's portal, and within the first six weeks it was played by 50,000 people, saving the company £1/2 million in direct training costs.

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