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  • 2021-08-27

    Naviworks, a Korean defense company, signed a business agreement to enter the Saudi market.

    Updated 2019. 02. 18. 23:05   Naviworks’ joint venture implementation with STII at the IDEX 2019 Abu Dhabi   Idris Al-Zakari, CEO of STII, Jun-hee Won, Chairman of Naviworks, and Young-hoo Kim, vice chairman of the Korea Defense Industry Promotion Association, are taking pictures at a business agreement between Naviworks and STII held at the UAE Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Center (ADNEC), the largest defense exhibition in the Middle East.   Abu Dhabi/Lee Seok-jong Journalist = Naviworks, a Korean defense company participating in Middle East's largest defense exhibition IDEX 2019, recently signed a business agreement to attract the Saudi Arabian market.   Naviworks, tactical education software and simulator developer based on military VR technology, signed a business agreement with Science Technology Investment and Industrial Development (STII) Saudi Arabia to jointly develop projects in the Middle East other than the UAE.   Based on the business agreement, Naviworks and STII have compromised to establish a joint venture to carry out technology transfer and product localization throughout the business process.   An official from Naviworks underlines this business agreement showcases the potential of a successful global expansion of Korean companies. It proves that the local markets in the Middle East have been recognizing excellent technology and reliability of Korean technology.   “We expect a great synergy with STII even before entering into a new market,” says Jun-hee Won, CEO of Naviworks. He adds “Naviworks will export its products into the Middle East actively while achieving sufficient amount of localization and technology transfer through potential joint venture projects.”   Naviworks has long been developing simulators for military platforms, virtual training systems, and weapons systems, including military ships and aircraft.   STII is a defense affiliate of Al Madi Group, a Saudi Arabian national development and investment company, specializing in investment in defense projects, joint ventures establishment, technology transfer, and localization projects.   Abu Dhabi/Lee Seok-jong Journalist ⓒAsiatoday Source :

  • 2021-08-27

    Anyang art park’s ‘evolution’ into the place for healing and smart tourism

    Financial News. Published 2020.04.17. 21:48 Updated 2020.04.17. 21:48   Anyang City-Naviworks Co. Ltd. signed a business agreement on Smart Park development at Anyang Arts Park on the 17th. Photo credit= Anyang City   [Anyang=Financial News Geun-joo Kang] Anyang Arts Park will evolve into a smart tourism-healing attraction in line with the era of the 4th Industrial Revolution.   Anyang City signed a business agreement with Naviworks Co., Ltd., a software company in its jurisdiction, on the 17th to turn Anyang Arts Park into the Smart Park.   Smart Park refers to a park where you can experience five major services: smart experience, convenience, service, platform, and mobility.   While Anyang City chose Naviworks as a project partner through a consortium contest of the Smart Park creation in March, the two organizations exchanged a memorandum of understanding for technical cooperation.   Anyang City-Naviworks Co. Ltd. signed a business agreement on Smart Park development at Anyang Arts Park on the 17th. Photo credit= Anyang City   A lot of users can enjoy a realistic tourism experience as if they are in the field through a smartphone application based on 5G technology at the Smart Park.   In addition, it will be possible for users to enjoy Anyang Art Park's exhibitions and to book restaurants and accommodation nearby through the best route introduced by Artificial Intelligence(AI) technology.   Dae-ho Choi, Mayor of Anyang City, said, "While creating Anyang Art Park a landmark for smart tourism and healing attraction, the city will pave the way for potential market opportunities at the park for promising companies in Anyang." He also announced its plan to showcase new technology for smart tourism in upcoming July. Reporter Geun-joo Kang Source :

  • 2021-08-27

    Anyang City launched Augmented Reality (AR) APP game ‘Anyegong Dinosaur Mecard.’

    Reporter Ji-hye Woo Published 2020.06.02. 10:18   Provided by Anyang City   [Culture News MHN Ji-hye Woo] Anyang City announced the launch of the ‘Anyegong Dinosaur Mecard App’, which allows users to enjoy Dinosaur Mecard characters through Augmented Reality (AR) technology at Anyang Art Park (referred to as ‘Anyegong’) in cooperation with Naviworks corporation.   This APP is a mobile game to collect various mini-Dinosaurs- called "Tiny-saurs"- appearing on the animation Dinosaur Mecard from public artworks displayed at the park. Players can enjoy a variety of content such as stamp tour where they can get stamps from artworks, Anyegong playground where they can play in the virtual playground collecting Tiny-saurs, and dinosaur books where they can see information from collected Tiny-saurs, while taking photos of Augmented Reality.   Anyang City has been installing public Wi-Fi throughout Anyang Art Park to launch the Anyegong Dinosaur Mecard App since March. Anyegong Dinosaur Mecard App will be available at Google Play Store; the launch of IOS is also ahead.   Anyang City officials said, "We will reach out to potential users and children as a friendly fun Anyang Art Park through the launch of the Anyegong Dinosaur Mecard app." They added, "We will reflect users' opinions and feedbacks through continuous updates and promotional online community."   Anyang City launched Augmented Reality (AR) APP game ‘Anyegong Dinosaur Mecard.’   Source :

  • 2021-08-27

    Drive a tank into enemy territory while sitting in front of PC… now available with VR technology

    Yong-won Ryu, Editorial and Military Journalist, Chosun Daily News   ▲ Naviworks' RealBX Video Simulation Training System. It is currently operating in the reserve forces of the four divisions of the Army, and can also implement firing sounds and recoils. Photo by Naviworks   Living Lab on the first floor of Naviworks building, a company specializing in Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR) education and training in Anyang, on June 22. Each of the six employees from Naviworks is sitting in front of a monitor and demonstrating the city battle training with "RealBX," a virtual tactical training platform.   Korean K1A1 tanks, K200 armored vehicles, and fully armed soldiers, which were implemented through VR, approached the virtual buildings. A screen (monitor) the squad and platoon leaders view has appeared as well.   Without actual tanks, armored vehicles, or combatants, soldiers can train sitting in front of a computer, assuming various situations such as city battles, counter-invasive operations, special operations, military cooperation, overseas dispatch, and GP/GOP operations through VR technology. In fact, the city battle drill is a necessary exercise for the South Korean military for stabilization operations reacting to potential sudden changes in North Korea.   However, it costs billions to tens of billions won to properly build an actual city battlefield with various buildings. Even more, the lack of space to be used for training is another one of various problems the army faces. On the other hand, the army can enjoy much more added values and benefits at a much lower cost with VR technology.   Medium-to-large platform to train about 300 troops   RealBX was developed between 2012 and 2015 for IT collaboration projects between the Ministry of Science and ICT and the Ministry of Defense. It is a medium-level training platform that can train up to 300 people at once. However, it is suitable for squad-level (around 10 people) and platoon-level (around 40 people) training, considering the number of computers and the limitation of training spaces.   Training using RealBX consists of four stages. In the first stage of preparation, virtual environments such as three-dimensional topography and buildings are created and edited. Many combinations, including large buildings, barbed wire fences, and barricades can be made as well. Trams, armored vehicles, self-propelled artillery, and virtual images of soldiers could also be edited based on the training purposes.   In the second stage, various training scenarios are planned by utilizing a variety of scenario creation tools. In the third stage, training will be carried out with provided various unexpected situations. In the last four stages, virtual training will be completed through post-complementary reviews that review the results to analyze and evaluate the training contents. Jun-hee Won, CEO of Naviworks, said about RealBX, "It can be applied to the South Korean military's simulated scientific training system by replacing the foreign-made simulation engine which some military units have introduced and been using." Furthermore, this technology can be used to train in advance by learning topography before entering the Army's Korea Combat Training Center (KCTC), which is currently expanded to the brigade level.   In addition, RealBX has a video simulation shooting training system that allows indoor shooting training for virtual enemy forces appearing on the screen. It detects the behavior of the training staff with sensors and recognizes shooting positions such as lying-down, sitting-down, and standing shooting. The system is useful for reserve forces to conduct anti-penetration drills since it can make sounds and detect recoil like a real gun shooting. It has currently been introduced and operated by reserve forces of four divisions of the Army.   Shooting drills were once halted when a female caddie collapsed after being hit on the head by a bullet from a nearby army unit shooting range in Damyang-gun, South Jeolla Province in last April. As the suspension period of the training became longer than expected, some commanders of the frontline unit questioned the potential problems from the ban on all shooting training for accident prevention. Video simulation training systems using VR technology can solve such problems.   ▲ The U.S. Army's DSTS combatant virtual training system, which was electrified after a thorough research and development process, but ended up being halted. Photo by Army blog   Another development on the military game ‘Battle X’   Naviworks also developed a military game called Battle X based on RealBX technology. Military leaders have worried that soldiers would overuse their phones for gaming purposes, as possession of cell phones was permitted recently to all soldiers. Battle X is a "military-tailored" game that allows users to enjoy games and train shooting at the same time. Air tactical training simulators, which are already widely used by the military, are also changing. Since 2015, the Reconfigurable Tactical Training Platform(RTTP), 30 sets of which were delivered to five units under the Army Air Operations Command, can now train six models with one simulator.   To sum up, RTTP is a low-cost, high-efficiency simulator. This simulator can train attack helicopters such as AH-1 and 500MD as well as mobile helicopters such as UH-60, CH-47, and UH-1H. The two cockpit seats of the helicopter (simulator) can be changed from left to right in 20 minutes.   That is, it can be changed from a mobile helicopter to an attack helicopter. A separate simulator was required for each type of helicopter as they can only train one of them at a time previously. The previously used simulator was introduced from abroad with the cost of 6-billion-to-20-billion won per unit.   Naviworks has also been developing training equipment with 'Head-Mounted Display (HMD)', which is currently known as a VR tool. A next-generation simulator called VRSP with HMD technology can be used to train helicopters, fighter jets, and even military tanks. Selected as an R&D project to grow as a strong global defense-related small company organized by the Defense Acquisiton Program Administration(DAPA) in 2018, Naviworks is currently developing VRSP and HMD technology in order to complete by next year.    Established in 2000, Naviworks has so far participated in about 250 military education and training projects, delivering 84.7-billion won worth of military products and services. Of the 110 executives and employees, 90 are IT engineers.   CEO emphasizes the effect of reducing the defense budget from localization of products and services. In addition to the air tactical training simulator, DIRECT C4I (command control system), which is already used in the military command system (KJCCS, etc.), is also considered as a case of budget reduction. "The DIRECT C4I project costs about 40-billion won over the past 20 years," CEO Won said. "If we use a foreign system, we need 92 billion won. The ministry was able to save about 52-billion won."   Some developed countries, including the U.S., have been trying to use VR and AR technology in the military system since the 1980s. In fact, the U.S. Army began using VR technology for education and training in the 1980s when the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) developed a SIMNET (Simulator Network).   Under the virtual space linked to the simulator, various platforms such as tanks and armored vehicles, attack helicopters and air force aircraft could be described. The U.S. Army has electrified the Dismounted Soldier Training System (DSTS) in 2012 as a product of long-standing research efforts. The squad-level infantry training system was able to implement various environments such as downtown areas and jungles. The U.S. Army, however, ended up halting the DSTS project in 2016, four years after its introduction despite a lot of investment and development they had made.   This is because it was not easy to develop a training system with VR technology application. In fact, the U.S. Army has currently been developing a new private and platoon virtual training system called Soldier/Squad Virtual Trainer (S/SVT).   Source :

  • 2021-08-27

    Naviworks signed MOU with Sungsim Hospital of Hanlim University.

    Hae-sik Park report, Dong-A News Published 2020-07-08 13:19 Updated 2020-07-08 13:24     Naviworks, an IT company, announced on the 8th that it signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Sungsim Hospital of Hanlim University on the 1st.   This MOU aims to promote the development of the medical industry by applying IT technology to rapidly changing medical sites for the upcoming 4th Industrial Revolution and post-corona era. This agreement is expected to lead to further joint research and technological exchanges.   Executives from the both sides including the CEO of Naviworks and the head of Sungsim Hospital at Hanlim University attended the signing ceremony.   Naviworks is a company that specializes in digital transformation based on cloud services, Artificial Intelligence (AI), non-face-to-face system, Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR) technologies. The company expected to introduce another innovation in a virtual Augmented Reality smart medical care system and the digital medical field as it has conducted a service platform for surgical training.   "The agreement will pave the way for the establishment of a virtual Augmented Reality smart care system, one of the core healthcare services in the post-corona era," said Jun-hee Won, CEO of Naviworks.   Sungsim Hospital of Hanlim University said it is establishing a virtual and Augmented Reality simulation center as well as developing a telemedicine system for foreigners. This agreement would lead to an innovative change in the digital medical paradigm by providing high-quality medical services for patients.   Hae-sik Park Journalist, Dong-A News Source :

  • 2021-08-27

    Korea Security Authentication - Naviworks Signed MOU for Non-face-to-face Medical Services

    Published : 2020-11-09 14:32   #Security Authentication #Simulation #Digital Healthcare #Non-face-to-face Medical Service #Naviworks #Korea Security Authentication Prepare for the revitalization of non-face-to-face medical and digital healthcare industries by converging security certification platforms with smart healthcare   [Security News Reporter Sang-woo Lee] Korea Security Authentication (CEO Kun-dae Baek) and Naviworks (CEO Jun-hee Won) signed a business agreement to promote non-face-to-face medical services and various digital healthcare industries after COVID-19, jointly developing and marketing ‘smart healthcare and virtual/enhanced/mixed reality services through security authentication platform.’   ▲Jun-hee Won, CEO of Naviworks (left) and Kun-dae Baek, CEO of Korea Security Authentication (right) [Photo = Korea Security Authentication]   Korea Security Authentication connects the authentication method with Naviworks' smart healthcare service by providing its integrated security authentication platform (OKey) to users. Korea Security Authentication specializes in IoT/ user self-authentication solutions, having various authentication technologies such as OTP, PKI certificate, FIDO, and medical security certification. In particular, OKey solutions can support authentication methods that do not require personal information. Naviworks corporation specializes in simulation technology in the digital healthcare sector. The company provides hospital operation and management efficiency optimization services by applying the concept of a 'digital twin' that virtually embodies and tests the real world. Through this agreement, representatives from both Korea Security Authentication and Naviworks showed their expectation to play a pivotal role in achieving high-tech medical standards including virtual surgery training and efficient hospital management systems and implementing individual medical diagnosis, smart reservations and remote care. [Reporter Sang-woo Lee (] <Copyright: Boan News ( Source :

  • 2021-08-27

    Naviworks, a virtual training company, first showcased virtual augmentation training platform 'VTB-X.'

    This product can configure a training system for each arm of service like Lego blocks… virtual combat training S/W available as well     Visitors to the ‘2020 Korea Defense Industry Exhibition,’ which opened at KINTEX on the 18th, are watching Naviworks’ VTB-X, a virtual reinforcement training platform developed by combining real-world technologies such as eXtended Reality (XR) and Mixed Reality (MR). VTB-X can combine and customize training systems according to variable training situations and customer needs just like Lego blocks. [Photo provided by Naviworks]   Naviworks, a company specializing in virtual training, introduced its virtual training platform (VTB-X) at the “2020 Korea Defense Industry Exhibition (DX Korea)”, which will be held from the 18th to the 20th.   VTB-X can plan and customize training systems based on variable training situations and customer needs as if playing with LEGO blocks. In fact, the idea was originated from a toy Lego block allowing users to assemble the shape they want.   Some review this event that Naviworks’ VTB-X has upgraded the overall quality of virtual training by combining real-world technologies such as eXtended Reality (XR) and Mixed Reality (MR).   The audience paid particularly high attention to training services based on a domestic universal virtual training framework, automated training scenario generation tools and multi-training based on multi-agent system, quantitative briefings with AI technology, After Action Review(AAR) automation, and real-time digital live streaming control.   Most importantly, it was remarkable to improve the audience’s understanding by exemplifying the training situation of the special forces.   A number of trainees, who understand the training situation and commanders’ brief through MS Hollens, carry out the mission through the real-world screen. Commanders can accumulate trainees’ data and improve the overall quality consistently through evaluation of the accuracy time required, and enemy mortality from the training.   Naviworks displayed VTB-X components together at DX Korea. It includes a virtual battle training software ‘RealBX’ and a VR Simulator Platform (VRSP) based on head-mounted displays.   The head-wearing display of VRSP can show a realistic view of the runway. The VRSP system can even control virtual instruments with Haptic steering technology, increasing soldiers’ immersion toward training. At the event, Naviworks showcased the technology using the UH-60 (helicopter).   "We expect our newly released VTB-X is expected to lead the domestic and foreign XR training markets as it can be applied to various fields including defense, public, special operations, and disaster response drills," Naviworks said. They also underlined their plan “to provide customized solutions that suit customer needs and domains."   [Reporter Hong-goo Ji] [Maeil Economy &, No unauthorized reproduction or redistribution] #Virtual Training Company #Naviworks #Virtual Enhanced Training Platform #VTB-X #XR #MR #Korea Defense Industry Exhibition Source :

  • 2021-08-27

    Naviworks Corporation won the Minister of Science and ICT Award at the Software Technology Awards.

    Reporter Na-rae Park. Publiched 2020. 12. 19 14:24 This report was written in Today News. (     Naviworks Corporation, virtual training company, won the Korea Software Technology Grand Prize at the 21st Software Industrial Day held at The K Hotel in Yangjae on the 4th.   Real Battle eXercise (RealBX) is a military tactical training software platform developed by Naviworks. Its exclusive realistic training service was developed with the technology of Korean IT venture companies.   This platform is known for automation on various functions needed for virtual training through Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology and convenient training environment for customers using streaming control.   Localization of these virtual training products brings significance into the domestic market. With the RealBX solution, the military can minimize the overall cost of operation, maintenance, and foreign investment in the domestic virtual training market, which uses many foreign solutions.   In addition, core technologies of the 4th Industrial Revolution could be accumulated through this virtual traning system which later lead to another competitiveness and a new business growth engine.   "RealBX will become a global competitive IT export item through a new growth engine led by the export of services in the augmented virtual training field with high added value," said Naviworks officials.   #Naviworks #Virtual Traning #RealBX #21st Software Industry Day #Grand Prize   Copyrights © Today News. Prohibit unauthorized reproduction and redistribution. Source : Today News (   This report was written in Today News. (

  • 2021-08-27

    Korea Polytechnic University won the Education Minister's Award for Early Employment Contracting Companies.

    Financial News. Published 2021. 01. 18 15:30 Editied 2021. 01. 18 15:30   Naviworks corporation, a participating company in the early employment contract department from Korea Polytechnic University, won the Education Minister's Award for its contribution to the development of the "early employment contract department leading university development project." Yoon-soo Park, a professor at KPU (right), is taking a photo after delivering a certificate to Jun-hee Won, the CEO of Naviworks.   Korea Polytechnic University (KPU) announced on the 18th that Naviworks corporation, a participating company in the early employment contract department, won the Education Minister's award for its contribution to the development of early employment contract department with KPU’s recommendation.   Starting with the Ministry of Employment and Labor's co-op pilot project in 2012, Naviworks is an industry-academic cooperation company fostering talented human capitals by participating in the "early employment contract department leading university" as well.   Naviworks is a company, specializing in cloud, artificial intelligence (AI), and extended reality (XR) technology based digital conversion, leads the construction of major infrastructure in smart cities such as advanced defense weapons systems, virtual reinforcement training solutions, digital healthcare, and smart cultural tourism.   Meanwhile, the early employment contract department is an educational system by which students are hired by participating companies as they enroll certain majors at certain colleges, allowing to obtain a four-year bachelor's degree through a three-year course.   KPU is currently recruiting early employment-type freshmen for the upcoming semester 2021 as well as applications for additional recruitment from February 22nd to 24th. Applicable companies could also make agreements by February 5th to participate in the projects.   "We will continue to grow into a company employing excellent human resources and training the talented," said Jun-hee Won, CEO of Naviworks corporation. Reporter Kap-soo Han #Korea Polytechnic University #KPU #Naviworks #The Ministry of Education   Source :

  • 2021-08-27

    Naviworks expands the base of XR training by providing 'Metabus Establishment' advanced training centers.

    Source: Today News (     This article was written from Today News. (   Provide hybrid service of VR and MR technologies   [Today News Sun-woo Jin] Rapid technological environment change through Metaverse (VR, MR, and XR), which breaks down the boundaries between virtual and real world. While these changes are also actively applied to education and training of police, military, and firefighting system, some of which are our vital safety network, Naviworks is opening a new chapter of high-tech training center.   According to an industry on the 23rd, Naviworks corporation is providing MR-based training services VR technology with over 20 years of training center know-how, including building an Army and Navy ship training center and maritime police training center.   Naviworks' training center has maximized training immersion with a systematic and flexible advanced training service through a service platform called "Common Framework for Domestic Virtual Training."   Accumulated data, personalized curriculum accessible 24/7, and Learning Management Service (LMS) providing professional training, training management, and evaluation, are used to achieve sustainable advancement of trainee capabilities.   With the advent of the era of technology acceleration in our lives, a metaverse environment that encompasses virtual and reality is solving a lot of difficulties in the past. In particular, the education system and training methods in the essential social safety net including such as military, police, and firefighting are examples with the drastic changes.   Traditional screen-based training, which has been limited due to its unidirectional training, is gradually evolving into VR/MR/XR interaction training with increased immersion. Training, which had to be carried out mainly by each individual only due to its separation from reality, is now developing into a form allowing multiple at once with MR technology.   Naviworks corporation supplies virtual training common framework, integrated training operation management solution, real-world devices and contents. Application of international quality processes, business analysis (BA), and software integration experts could overcome difficulties and present new directions to customers as advanced training centers in the metaverse environment.   "With discussions on building a metaverse world through virtual augmented reality in recent years, training services will be available only to companies that have a set of services such as operation and system design, technical support, operation maintenance, and standardized operation manuals," said a Naviworks official.   #Naviworks #Virtual Traning Service #AR #VR #MR #Metaverse   Copyright © No unauthorized reproduction or redistribution.  Source: Today News ( This article was written from Today News. (

  • 2021-08-27

    Kaywon University of Art & Design sings work agreement with Naviworks

    Source: UNN - the “power” that connects 409 universities (   Kaywon University of Art & Design signed a industry-university collaborative MOU agreement with Naviworks on the 13th. (Photo provided by Kaywon University of Art & Design)   [UNN journalist Cho Young-eun]  Kaywon University of Art & Design (President Song Su-geun) signed an industry-university collaborative MOU work agreement with the virtual reality service company Naviworks (CEO Jun-hee Won) on the 13th.   The agreement was signed to create a system for cooperation for the nurturing of future-oriented and talented individuals to lead the digital transformation era (VR, AR, XR, etc.).   Both institutions decided to actively cooperate regarding the discovery and progress of industry-university collaboration, nurturing of specialized personnel required by companies (institutions), community contribution through industry-university collaborative education volunteering and research, in-field practice and job-seeking/entrepreneurship support collaboration that combines industries and universities, and other items agreed upon as necessary.   President Song Su-geun stated, “Through this agreement our university will nurture suitable talented individuals through internships, in-field practice, etc. and Naviworks will acquire strategic personnel. Through this collaborative system, we expect to take the lead in the future metaverse service industry and the domestic AR/VR industry.   Cho Young-eun, Journalist   Source: UNN - the “power” that connects 409 universities (

  • 2021-08-27

    KAIST and Naviworks sign MOU for the advancement of AI in various industrial fields

    Source : This article was written by the Today Newspaper.(     【Today Newspaper Journalist Kim Min-su】 The KAIST AI Research Center (center lead Choi Ho-jin) and Naviworks (CEO Won Jun-hee) have signed an MOU for joint AI research.   The two institutions signed an MOU on the 2nd, agreeing to cooperate for ▲ discovery and operation of joint research projects for the development of new AI technology, ▲ recommendations and joint cooperation for acquisition of good talent in the AI field, ▲ and other AI technology acquisition support.   KAIST will work with 50 or so professors who are AI professionals in the computer science field with the vision of human-focused computing. They will utilize various relevant education, AI, natural language processing, and knowledge graph technology to create a synergy with essential CS fields including software engineering and human-computer interactions.   Naviworks, which was established in 2000 and is active in the VR training and smart control fields, will advance its services according to the business environment that is evolving towards metaverse usage to go beyond the national defense/public fields and reach out to ordinary industries, creating an O2O (Offline to Online) service that provides hyperrealism and hyperconnectivity in various areas of human life.   The agreement ceremony that day was performed with the Computer Science Director Ryu Seok-young and AI Research Center Head Choi Ho-jin of KAIST in addition to the CEO Won Jun-hee of Naviworks and the executives present.   Professor Choi Ho-jin of KAIST stated, “This is a good opportunity for good talent in the science and technology field to link up with actual industries and grow our country into an AI powerhouse in various ways. We hope that this cooperation will result in notable progress in the AI field.”   CEO Won Jun-hee of Naviworks stated, “Various cooperation and exchanges will occur based on this cooperative system. We look forward to setting an example for great synergy between academia and the industry in the AI field.”   Copyright © Today Newspaper, unauthorized copying and redistribution prohibited Source: Today Newspaper (   Source : This article was written by the Today Newspaper.(

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