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Smart Devices

The beginning of a new paradigm for high-tech industries
We lead the world with competitiveness and a new paradigm for high-tech industries generated by industrial complexes that never sleep.

Developing the Smart Device Industry into an Engine for Growth

  • Wearable smart devices (Gyeongsan):
    • KRW 127.2 billion to be invested in parts and materials, equipment construction, technological development, etc.
  • Establishing the foundation for the next-generation resonant wireless power transfer (WPT) industry (Gyeongsan):
    • KRW 19.2 billion to be invested in garnering international standard certificates, testing and evaluation centers, etc.
  • Establishing the foundation for the electronic medical device industry (Gumi):
    • KRW 121.4 billion to be invested in supporting R&D on electronics for medicine.
  • Developing a manufacturing and convergence testbed for the Internet of Things (IoT) (Gumi):
    • KRW 10.9 billion to be invested in equipment construction, creation of a certification system, etc.
  • Smart Valley Support Center (Gumi):
    • With a budget of KRW 24.5 billion, over 5,074 ㎡ in area
    • To feature a nonstop system of smart device R&D, tests, and certification

A World Capital of Digital Industries

  • Mobile Convergence Technology Center (Gumi):
    • A base for R&D on mobile convergence industries and a far-reaching production governance structure
  • LED-IT Fusion Technology Research Center (Gyeongsan):
    • Specializing in IT, display light sources, personnel training, etc.
  • Gumi Electronics and Information Technology Research Institute (GERI):
    • Specializing in R&D on smart IT convergence, flexible devices, next-generation display and energy technologies, etc.
  • IT Medical Fusion Technology Center (Gumi):
    • In the process of developing the infrastructure and equipment for electronic medical devices, parts, and materials

Strategic Support for the Growth of the Robotics Convergence Industry

  • Mobile Convergence Technology Center (Gumi):
    • Regional division of roles
    • Pohang (industrial use), Gumi (home appliances), Yeongcheon (defense)
  • Underwater Construction Robot Project (Pohang):
    • KRW 81.3 billion invested in developing 9,910 ㎡ of the Yeongilman Bay Third General Industrial Complex, featuring a sophisticated testing center and the development of robotic technology for precision underwater construction
  • National Safety Robot Project (Pohang):
    • KRW 71 billion invested in developing 19,800 ㎡ of the Yeongilman Bay Third General Industrial Complex to support the development of emergency-response robots and a testing complex

Laying the Foundation for Fostering Key Areas in 3D Printing

  • Establishment of the Korea Additive Manufacturing Innovation Center (KAMIC):
    • From 2014 to 2019 within Geumo Techno Valley in Gumi, with KRW 9 billion
    • 4 floors above the ground with a total floor area of 3,880 ㎡
    • Specializing in smart molding, R&D, business support, etc.
  • Establishment of a biotechnology and metal 3D printing research center:
    • From 2015 to 2019 within the Korea Institute of Robot and Convergence (Pohang)
    • Featuring two units and a total floor area of 572 ㎡
    • Specializing in biomaterials and specialty metals, R&D, business support, etc.
  • A regional 3D printing belt to be established, connecting specialized facilities in Gumi and Pohang

Major Investors

International
  • 도레이첨단소재
  • ASAHI GLASS
  • COORSTEK
  • LUSEM
Korean
  • 삼성전자
  • LG전자
  • LG Display
  • LG 이노텍
  • 한화 THALES
  • 코오롱
담당부서 :
Gyeongsangbuk-do Provincial Gove
전화번호 :
054-880-4614
업데이트 날짜 :
2019.09.09