Korea-Norway Smart City Network Seminar

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Oslo Titania(K2), Felix Konferansesenter, Aker Brygge Påmeldingsfrist: 2019-03-20 23.00 Kontakt: Insu Jason Park Gratis 20.03.2019 12.30.00 20.03.2019 16.30.00 Europe/Oslo Korea-Norway Smart City Network Seminar Titania(K2), Felix Konferansesenter, Aker Brygge Insu Jason Park Insu.jason.park@innovationnorway.no Legg til i kalender

Seizing Opportunities and Building Partnerships for Smart Sustainable Cities

Are you interested in how the development of Korea’s good practices and future plans may support your efforts in becoming a smarter city?

Why not take the opportunity to spend a half day to learn about Korea’s own smart city challenges and plans, and to help develop bilateral Smart City Success cases and Networks?

The Opportunity

The Innovation Norway and the Embassy of the Republic of Korea to Norway invite innovative Norwegian research institutes, clusters, companies and universities providing smart city technologies and solutions such as smart transportation to join the Korea-Norway Smart City Network Seminar in March 20 from 12:30-16:30 at, Oslo, Norway.

Starting with the opening address of the Korean Ambassador Young-sook Nam, the seminar will give access to leading Korean entrepreneurs and provide insights into Korean and Asian market trends.

  • Gain in-depth insights on the prospects and solutions offered by 2 Korean Smart Cities masterplans, as well as sharing your own expertise in designing Smart Cities initiatives
  • Familiarize with the nation of Research and Development (R&D) in Smart Cities and find common ground for the future R&D areas
  • Experience how a private sector in Korea scopes out and contributes to Smart Cities and find out possible SME support program on Smart Cities in Korea

Participate via presentation topics:
Seize the unique opportunity to deliberate on Korea-Norway Smart City Use Cases!

  • Two national pilot Smart Cities - Busan city and Sejong city - from the two Master Planner from Korea and municipalities from Norway
  • National R&D status both in Norway and Korea
  • Korea-Norway SMEs’ approach towards Smart Sustainable Cities
  • Creating and maintaining a Korea-Norway Smart Sustainable City Network

In their search for new ideas and how to develop and implement changes, the Commission, together with Korean cities, Korea is actively looking for new technologies and innovative companies abroad. As a part of that journey, Korea is looking towards Norway for inspiration and collaboration to connect cities to validate the technologies and services in both countries.
If you are interested in learning and acquiring competencies via professional and interdisciplinary exchange, we look forward to welcoming you aboard!


12:30 - 12:55 Registration and light Lunch
12:55 - 13:00 Welcome & Opening
Jason Insu Park, Senior Advisor in Innovation Norway in Seoul
13:00 - 13:10 Welcome Address
Young-Sook Nam, Korean Ambassador to Norway
13:10 - 13:25 EV mobile charging & payment service in Smart Cities
Sunggyoo Geo, CEO of Geo-line
13:25 - 13:40 Norwegian Charing Solutions
Anders Thingbo, CEO of Zaptec
13:40 - 13:55 The importance of Weather data in Smart Transportation
Seong Gon Kim, Managing Director of S.Fractum
13:55 - 14:15 Smart Tunnel Monitoring system
Fredrik Vangsal, CEO of Disruptive Engineering

14:15 - 14:30 Break

14:30 – 14:45 Smart Cities R&D Roadmap and Outlook in Korea
Jason Insu Park, Senior Advisor in Innovation Norway in Seoul
14:45 – 15:00 Transforming smart city markets towards opportunities 

15:00 – 15:10 Break

15:10 – 15:25 Sejong smart city experiments future urban services 
Jaeseung Jeong, Master Planner, Prof. of Korea Advanced Inst. of Sci&Tech.
15:25 – 15:40 Sustainable Urban Development in Hovinbyen, Oslo
Stina Låstad, Experimenter, SoCentral
15:40 – 15:55 Smart Cities Master Plan for the Busan City
Jongsung Hwang, Master Planner, National Information Agency
15:55 – 16:10 Smart Cities Plan for Trondheim
Morten Wolden, Chief City Executive, Trondheim Municipality
16:10 – 16:30 Open Q&A and Discussion

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