Around the world, Hisense has production bases in South Africa, Algeria, Egypt and sales offices in USA, Europe, Australia, Middle East and Southeast Asia. The products are exported to over 130 countries and regions throughout the world. As one of the first state-level innovative enterprises and China’s pilot research and development center of state-level innovative enterprises, Hisense has the state-level technological center, the digital multimedia technology laboratory (a national key laboratory) and a postdoctoral research institute. Hisense is the technology industrialization base in the national 863 Program and the software industry base in the national Torch Program. Hisense has R&D centers in Qingdao, Shenzhen, Shunde, Beijing, USA and Europe. The scientific and highly efficient technology innovation system ensures that Hisense's technological innovation is always in the forefront of the domestic counterparts.
On June 26, 2005, Hisense developed and marketed the first industrialized China-made digital media processing chip. This historic event was significant in that it was the first time China possessed the independent intellectual property rights to an indigenously produced chip. In 2005, Hisense officially launched China's vector inverter control technology, thus breaking Japan’s high-end technology blockade for China enterprises as long as eight years. In December 2005, in Beijing Olympic procurement tenders of intelligent transportation systems, Hisense defeated the world's strongest rival ranking No.1 in the test for performance and won the bid to provide the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games intelligent traffic management, investment and construction projects. At present, Hisense intelligent transportation products in the domestic urban intelligent signal management system has occupied 20% of share, Intelligence System in the Rapid Transit (BRT) market share is over 70%, creating the world’s No.3 Intelligent Transportation System - HiCon. What’s more, in September 2007, China color TV industry’s first LCD module production line was officially put into operation at Hisense. In July 2008, Hisense launched China's first LED LCD TV and is among the world's five enterprises to apply the large-size LED backlight LCD TV modules to products. In 2009, leaded by Hisense, LED International Standard was been made, it represents the groundbreaking of the history in Chinese enterprise.
Around the world, Hisense has production bases in South Africa, Algeria, Egypt and sales offices in USA, Europe, Australia, Middle East and Southeast Asia. The products are exported to over 130 countries and regions throughout the world.