SEOUL, Nov. 10 (Korea Bizwire) — The Ministry of Science and ICT will hold this year’s annual innovation challenge parade at Gwanghwamun Square later this month.
From underwater exploration robots to unmanned autonomous vehicles, a variety of the latest technologies will be on display at science ministry’s annual event.
First held in 2015 with the goal of gathering public support for IT and science technology, the event has been held every year since with the goal of driving future growth.
However, this year’s event will take place with a new theme of ‘innovation’, marking a change of direction.
During the event, a number of government-backed research and development projects will be unveiled, including a deep-see robot that specializes in exploration called ‘Clapster’, as well as a vertical take-off and landing aircraft.
Yoo Young-min, the Minister of Science, is set to make an appearance in a self-driving vehicle, while robot dance performances and hands-on software experience events will also take place.
For more information, visit the official Facebook page of Challenge Parade.
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