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|TITLE||Approaches to Achieving a Real- and Virtual-Linked “Smart Korea” and Tasks for Practice|
Approaches to Achieving a Real- and Virtual-Linked “Smart Korea” and Tasks for Practice
Lim Si-young (KRIHS associate research fellow)
□ (Avenues to achieve smart spaces synchronizing real and virtual Korean space) Developments in the Internet of Things (IoT), big data, and AI technology have led to the growing importance of cyber-physical systems (CPS), a form of technology that applies “smart services” unconstrained in terms of time, place, or target throughout Korea’s territory through the synchronization of real and virtual space.
□ (Characteristics of CPS) Through the concept of “hyper-connectivity,” the Fourth Industrial Revolution is expected to integrate the country and cities’ physical bases with CPS to achieve greater efficiency, convenience, and safety in national infrastructure
□ (Avenues to achieve a CPS-based “smart Korea”) Achieving a “smart Korea” where people and things are hyper-connected will need to start with the discovery of areas where CPS technology can be applied (including hyper-connection and simulation), followed by a step-by-step expansion in spaces and issues and their interlinkage.
① Discover and implement pilot problem-solving projects to achieve hyper-connectivity in real and virtual space
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