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Gwangju City, ETRI and Future Industry Response Business Agreement

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Gwangju City, ETRI and Future Industry Response Business Agreement

On the afternoon of the tenth, Gwangju Metropolitan City Mayor Kang Ki-jeong signed a business agreement with Bang Seung-chan, president of ETRI, on the Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute (ETRI) Honam Research Center in Buk-gu to strengthen the competitiveness of regional key industries similar to optical convergence, artificial intelligence (AI) and mobility. (Photo = Gwangju City)

The town of Gwangju has decided to cooperate with the Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute (ETRI, President Bang Seung-chan) in fostering optical communication technology.

Gwangju City (Mayor Kang Ki-jeong) signed a business agreement with ETRI on the ETRI Honam Research Center on the tenth for technological advancement of key industries similar to optical convergence, artificial intelligence (AI), and mobility, and for sustainable growth in response to the long run industrial environment.

Taking this agreement as a chance, the 2 organizations will provide ▲administrative and financial support for ETRI’s stable research activities ▲support for technological advancement and business development in key regional industries ▲expansion of ‘ground-based’ regional communication technology into next-generation space optical communication technology ▲future It was agreed to cooperate in fostering industrial and skilled manpower to reply to the economic environment.

Bang Seung-chan, president of ETRI, said, “With this business agreement as a chance, we are going to do our greatest to reflect the foremost industrial policies of Gwangju City and preemptively reply to the rapidly changing global research environment to create medium and large-sized results that residents can feel and revitalize the local economy.” .

Mayor Kang Ki-jeong said, “It is not any exaggeration to say that Gwangju has grow to be a city based on the mining industry because of ETRI.”

Reporter Hojeong Na hojeong9983@aitimes.com

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