Soon, one will be meeting delivery robots that deliver food and parcels in Seoul.
The capital of the South Korea Metropolitan Government can support the demonstration of delivery robots and the Internet of Things (IoT)-based water management systems using self-driving technology for up to at least one year beginning in Oct.
Delivery robots and water quality management systems are tried technologies that passed the ultimate support screening out of 134 innovative technologies submitted to the capital of South Korea Institute of Technology’s “New Technology Submission Portal.”
The city provides a place for pilot projects to be run and funding to corporations that propose new technologies.
Delivery robots can autonomously drive around a chosen route within the self-driving testbed space in Sangam-dong in Mapo District and deliver food and parcels.
Meanwhile, the IoT-based water quality management system may be a technology that uses the data and technology to watch groundwater quality over a period of time.
It will be used at major underground water-contaminated areas in the downtown capital of South Korea, as well as Noksapyeong Station.
The city can value the results of the demonstration and issue performance confirmation documents in order that every company will use them as knowledge to expand sales reception and abroad within the future.
Furthermore, the town will invest one hundred fifty billion won (US$126 million) by 2023 to assist 1,000 corporations to verify their technologies.