NEW YORK, Aug. 10, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Datasea Inc. (NASDAQ: DTSS) (“Datasea” or the “Company”), a technology company engaged in providing smart security solutions and developing education-related technologies in China, announced today that it has been selected to receive a subsidy in the amount of RMB 300,000 (or approximately USD$43,000) from the Harbin Municipal Government to enhance and customize its Safe Campus Management System.

Harbin Municipal Government recently launched its “Eagle Plan” to provide additional funds to companies with innovative technologies for research and development purposes. Following the review process, the Company was selected to receive the government subsidy.

Datasea’s Safe Campus Management System was designed to address security problems at K-12 school campuses by providing intelligent video surveillance, dynamic video recognition, identity recognition management, and campus-intelligent management. The Company recently upgraded the system to include infrared temperature measurement for real-time body temperature monitoring in campus populations. With the subsidy, the Company plans to enhance its Safe Campus Management System.

“We view this subsidy grant as a recognition by the Harbin Government of our efforts in developing the Safe Campus Management System,” said Datasea Chairman and CEO, Ms. Liu Zhixin. “Our first subsidy, as part of the S&T Achievement Transformation Demonstration and Promotion Plan, offered financial support of our pilot projects for the schools in the Heilongjiang Province. We intend for this subsidy to continue our R&D efforts going forward.”

About Datasea Inc. 
Datasea is a technology company in China engaged in providing smart security solutions and developing education-related technologies. Datasea leverages its proprietary technologies, intellectual property, innovative products and market intelligence to provide comprehensive and optimized security solutions and education-related technologies to its clients. For additional company information, please visit:

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