Create a new economic growth engine! South Korea's two smart city blueprints announced

Abstract The South Korean government announced a blueprint on the 16th, intending to turn the administrative center of Sejong, which is part of the capital's functions, and Busan, the second largest city, into two smart cities. Yonhap News Agency reported that Zhang Bingkui, chairman of the Presidential Committee of the Fourth Industrial Revolution of South Korea, and the Minister of Land, Infrastructure and Transport...

The South Korean government announced a blueprint on the 16th, intending to turn the administrative center of Sejong, which is part of the capital, and Busan, the second largest city, into two smart cities.

Yonhap News Agency reported that Zhang Bingkui, chairman of the Presidential Committee of the Fourth Industrial Revolution in Korea, and Kim Hyun-mei, Minister of Land and Transportation, jointly released the design plan on the same day. In the next few years, a series of innovative technologies such as driverless cars and facial recognition systems will be introduced to Sejong. And the urban area of ​​Busan, making these two cities among the world's leading smart cities.

Sejong, the full name of the Sejong Special Municipality, is located in central South Korea and is home to dozens of government departments and agencies. It is known as the “mini-capital”. The Presidential Committee of the Fourth Industrial Revolution said that in the future, it will focus on developing leading technologies in the energy and transportation sectors in the area of ​​approximately 27,400 hectares in Sejong, including the introduction of driverless cars, and strive to make Sejong a "increasing residents' happiness index." Continuous platform."

Located on the southeastern coast of South Korea, Busan will introduce innovative technology in an area of ​​approximately 21,900 hectares, with a focus on global logistics.

Zhang Bingkui said in a press release: "Smart City as a platform to turn the technologies born in the fourth industrial revolution into reality will become the new growth engine of the Korean economy."

The government has been actively encouraging the development of driverless cars, drones, artificial intelligence, and financial technology. These areas are considered to be new growth engines. At the beginning of this year, President Wen continued to speed up the reduction of tedious administrative procedures so as not to drag down enterprises and hinder economic development.

In January of this year, the South Korea’s Fourth Industrial Revolution Presidential Committee disclosed that Sejong and Busan would be used as smart cities as a test project to explore smart city models. Zhang Bingkui stressed at the time that "it is important that smart cities should have open scalability so that they can take root."

In recent years, many countries around the world have drawn blueprints for smart cities. The concept of urban development has gradually entered the implementation phase of “starting and doing” from the stage of “sitting and talking”. According to a 2014 report of the European Union, a city can be called a smart city if it has at least one of the following characteristics, such as smart economy, intelligent talent, intelligent mobile, intelligent environment, intelligent governance and intelligence. Life.


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