MOLIT (Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport) plans to expand the Smart City Software Platform by 2022
The Smart City Integrated Platform is operated by the integrated operation centre, with the city’s Enterprise Management System linked to the integrated software, crime and disaster prevention, traffic, environment, facility management, and safety service with numerous information systems.
Smart Factories and Security
Apart from Smart Cities, Smart Factories is also regarded as one of the core foundations of the 4th Industrial Revolution.
The Ministry of Science and ICT, Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy, and Ministry of SMEs and Startups are pushing ahead with Smart Factory policies. In addition, Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy, Ministry of SMEs and Startups, and 9 other related government departments, have announced the ‘SME Smart Manufacturing Innovation Strategy’.
Along with 10 leading industrial complexes, 30,000 Smart Factories are to be built by 2022. In addition, 100,000 professional personnel are to receive specific training before starting their work at the Smart Factories. The government was able to support 7,903 Smart Factories up until 2019, and plans to invest an additional 300 billion won in order to build 4,400 more factories. 6,000 Smart factories are planned to be constructed this year, with 6,200 more in 2022.