Israel, South Korea to cooperate on robotic, vehicle technologies

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Israel, South Korea to cooperate on robotic, vehicle technologies

An industrial technology policy officer from South Korean ministry of trade, industry and energy delivers an opening speech at Korea-Israel Industrial Collaboration Conference at the InterContinental Hotel in Samseong-dong, Gangnam-gu, Seoul, Monday. / Yonhap

By Ko Dong-hwan

Israel and South Korea have agreed at an industrial brainstorming conference in Seoul to research and develop technologies of the Fourth Industrial Revolution.

Korea-Israel Industrial Collaboration Conference on Monday ― the third of its kind ― sought to learn how advanced Israel's leading technology leaders are and how Korean companies can learn from them and set up a cooperative pipeline to develop the technologies.

Held at the InterContinental Hotel in Samseong-dong, Gangnam-gu, Seoul, the conference was geared toward working together on developing robotics and self-driving vehicles, according to the Korean ministry of trade, industry and energy.

Grove Ventures CEO Dov Moran, an Israeli entrepreneur and inventor who developed the USB memory stick, delivered a keynote speech.

The Korea Association of Robot Industry and its Israeli counterpart signed a memorandum of understanding to pave the way for their common goal.


An industrial technology policy officer from South Korean ministry of trade, industry and energy delivers an opening speech at Korea-Israel Industrial Collaboration Conference at the InterContinental Hotel in Samseong-dong, Gangnam-gu, Seoul, Monday. / Yonhap

By Ko Dong-hwan

Israel and South Korea have agreed at an industrial brainstorming conference in Seoul to research and develop technologies of the Fourth Industrial Revolution.

Korea-Israel Industrial Collaboration Conference on Monday ― the third of its kind ― sought to learn how advanced Israel's leading technology leaders are and how Korean companies can learn from them and set up a cooperative pipeline to develop the technologies.

Held at the InterContinental Hotel in Samseong-dong, Gangnam-gu, Seoul, the conference was geared toward working together on developing robotics and self-driving vehicles, according to the Korean ministry of trade, industry and energy.

Grove Ventures CEO Dov Moran, an Israeli entrepreneur and inventor who developed the USB memory stick, delivered a keynote speech.

The Korea Association of Robot Industry and its Israeli counterpart signed a memorandum of understanding to pave the way for their common goal.


Ko Dong-hwan aoshima11@ktimes.com
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