International Conference on Advanced Automotive Technology

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To be held July 5 to 7 at the Kimdaejung Convention Center in Gwangju, displaying EVs for the first time

 

The 2018 International Conference on Advanced Automotive Technology (ICAT) will be held at the Kimdaejung Convention Center in Gwangju from July 5 to 7, introducing the Korean and overseas electric vehicle (EV) industry and technology status.
ICAT is a conference that was expanded from the previous “International Symposium for Next-generation Automobile Technology”, held by the Automobile Research Center at Chonnam National University since 1995, into a specialized convention in Gwangju from 2015. The event is co-conducted by the Automobile Research Center in Chonnam National University, BK21+ (National Research Foundation of Korea), University of Honam, University of Ulsan, Korea Automotive Technology Institute (KATECH), Gwangju Institute of Green-Car Advancement, Kimdaejung Convention Center, and Gwangju Convention & Visitor Bureau and sponsored by the Gwangju Metropolitan City, Korea Tourism Organization (KTO), and the Korea Society of Automotive Engineers (KSAE).
This year, 13 electric automobile experts from auto research centers in universities, research centers, automobile manufacturers and auto parts suppliers from seven countries including Korea, the USA, Poland, Japan, China, Germany, and Italy will be invited to give lectures under the theme “EVergreen.” They will give presentations on the key parts technology for electric vehicles and market status and propose future prospects.
A junior session is also prepared to present six posters from industries in Gwangju, six oral – and twenty-five posterpresentations from professors, researchers, and graduate students who are the heroes of the future automobile industry. In particular, this conference will provide two-way simultaneous interpretation between Korean and English for the professionals from the local SMEs, thereby eliminating the inconvenience and language barriers.
During the conference, the 11th International Green Car Korea, the first green car exhibition of the country, will be held at the same venue. This event will offer multiple benefits with the opportunities for education, attraction, and entertainment through conferences where various cultural performances to enhance the satisfaction of participants and tours around Gwangju will be offered free of charge.


“ICAT 2018 is a platform that enables research on electric vehicles and allows industry experts to understand the development and flow of advanced technologies and to predict the future. In particular, I hope that it will bring more vitality to the Eco-friendly Auto Parts Cluster Development Project for Gwangju City by co-hosting the event with the International Green Car Korea,” explained Choi Byeong-cheol, president of the Automobile Research Center in Chonnam National University.
ICAT 2018 is open to members of the public who are interested in the electric vehicle industry and can be accessed via the official website of ICAT: http://www.icat-gj.org. A special discount of US$ 150 or KRW 150,000 will be offered for early registration until June 20, and free beverage coupons will be given to the first 100 arrivals. For registration and on-site registration after June 20, a registration fee of US$ 200 or KRW 200,000 is applied. For further information, please contact the Gwangju Convention & Visitor Bureau (Tel: 82-62-611-3641).

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International Conference on Advanced Automotive Technology

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To be held July 5 to 7 at the Kimdaejung Convention Center in Gwangju, displaying EVs for the first time

 

The 2018 International Conference on Advanced Automotive Technology (ICAT) will be held at the Kimdaejung Convention Center in Gwangju from July 5 to 7, introducing the Korean and overseas electric vehicle (EV) industry and technology status.
ICAT is a conference that was expanded from the previous “International Symposium for Next-generation Automobile Technology”, held by the Automobile Research Center at Chonnam National University since 1995, into a specialized convention in Gwangju from 2015. The event is co-conducted by the Automobile Research Center in Chonnam National University, BK21+ (National Research Foundation of Korea), University of Honam, University of Ulsan, Korea Automotive Technology Institute (KATECH), Gwangju Institute of Green-Car Advancement, Kimdaejung Convention Center, and Gwangju Convention & Visitor Bureau and sponsored by the Gwangju Metropolitan City, Korea Tourism Organization (KTO), and the Korea Society of Automotive Engineers (KSAE).
This year, 13 electric automobile experts from auto research centers in universities, research centers, automobile manufacturers and auto parts suppliers from seven countries including Korea, the USA, Poland, Japan, China, Germany, and Italy will be invited to give lectures under the theme “EVergreen.” They will give presentations on the key parts technology for electric vehicles and market status and propose future prospects.
A junior session is also prepared to present six posters from industries in Gwangju, six oral – and twenty-five posterpresentations from professors, researchers, and graduate students who are the heroes of the future automobile industry. In particular, this conference will provide two-way simultaneous interpretation between Korean and English for the professionals from the local SMEs, thereby eliminating the inconvenience and language barriers.
During the conference, the 11th International Green Car Korea, the first green car exhibition of the country, will be held at the same venue. This event will offer multiple benefits with the opportunities for education, attraction, and entertainment through conferences where various cultural performances to enhance the satisfaction of participants and tours around Gwangju will be offered free of charge.
“ICAT 2018 is a platform that enables research on electric vehicles and allows industry experts to understand the development and flow of advanced technologies and to predict the future. In particular, I hope that it will bring more vitality to the Eco-friendly Auto Parts Cluster Development Project for Gwangju City by co-hosting the event with the International Green Car Korea,” explained Choi Byeong-cheol, president of the Automobile Research Center in Chonnam National University.
ICAT 2018 is open to members of the public who are interested in the electric vehicle industry and can be accessed via the official website of ICAT: http://www.icat-gj.org. A special discount of US$ 150 or KRW 150,000 will be offered for early registration until June 20, and free beverage coupons will be given to the first 100 arrivals. For registration and on-site registration after June 20, a registration fee of US$ 200 or KRW 200,000 is applied. For further information, please contact the Gwangju Convention & Visitor Bureau (Tel: 82-62-611-3641).

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SETEC Evolving into Seoul’s Cultural Hotspot Beyond Merely an Exhibition and Convention Venue

https://korean-machinery.com///inquirySETEC (Seoul Trade Exhibition & Convention) is a major convention center in Seoul, Korea, which has served as a premier business platform for new growth engine industries and settlement business of the Seoul Metropolitan Government by providing various opportunities for successful business.
Run by Seoul Business Agency (SBA), SETEC has grown as a specialized exhibition center with the aim of fostering Seoul’s strategic industries by hosting a wide range of related trades shows, expos, and events.
SETEC, located in Daechi-dong, Gangnam-gu, Seoul, consists of three exhibition halls with a total area of 7,948 square meters and subsidiary facilities such as organizers’ offices, waiting rooms for VIPs, support office, and press room.

 

 

With easy access to public transportation, SETEC is the ideal venue for hosting various kinds of events

With easy access to public transportation such as the subway and the benefit of an entire one-floor exhibition space, SETEC has a great reputation for hosting large-scale events smoothly.
With its three exhibition halls, SETEC ensures a variety of space uses, while the adjacent Yangjae Stream provides visitors to the exhibition with a new experience making it an environmentally-friendly exhibition center along with access to nature in the heart of the metropolitan area.

 

 

As a reliable partner for SMEs, SETEC provides various kinds of support for enterprises

SETEC hosts more than 80 expos and events in such diverse fields as architecture, baby goods, franchise and IT businesses, attracting 7,400 SMEs on average annually. SETEC is involved in not only helping SMEs (small and medium-sized enterprises) increase exports and find new overseas markets but also in providing marketing support.
The conference room that can accommodate 120 people is located on the second floor separately with three exhibition halls on the first floor so that it can be the perfect location for conducting related seminars concurrently during exhibitions.

 

SETEC wins first prize in recognition of its outstanding brand differentiation, quality, and loyalty

SETEC was awarded the first prize in the exhibition & convention section in the 13th Korea Prestige Brand Awards, held on March 23, 2017. This is another splendid achievement following its winning the first prize in the exhibition & convention section in the Korea Master Brand Awards four years in a row from 2013 to 2016. This has given SETEC another opportunity to be recognized as a flagship exhibition and convention center of Seoul.
SETEC also plans to briskly develop its own trade shows and offer further support for exhibitions of public benefit as a business partner of SMEs, with the goal of becoming a place for Seoul citizens to utilize at the same time.
SETEC has achieved a superior track record with the highest operating rate among the exhibition and convention centers in Korea by handling the organization systemically in terms of flexible manpower management and custom-tailored service since it was taken over by KOTRA in 2005.
For promoting exploration of new markets for SMEs and vitalization of the MICE industry, SETEC focuses on fostering new exhibitions in the higher value-added fields such as culture & arts, Hallyu (the Korean Wave) and beauty industries and offering differentiated services through specially planned exhibitions and joint organization of various exhibitions.
Moreover, it is working on promoting diverse exhibitions of public interest, serving as a venue for ordinary citizens to enjoy as well.

 

Major Exhibitions in 2018

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Korean Exhibition Industry Maintains Its Fame As a “Golden Goose”

https://korean-machinery.com///inquiryThe exhibition industry, often referred to as a “Golden Goose,” is attracting worldwide attention. Korea’s MICE (Meetings, Incentives, Conventions, and Exhibitions) industry also seeks to revitalize the exhibition industry through a project plan to expand the infrastructure such as the construction of the COEX Jamsil and the 3rd KINTEX exhibition center.
Combined with cultural heritages accumulated over thousands of years and exciting modern attractions, state-of-the-art convention facilities and affordable accommodation, Korea’s MICE industry makes the country one of the fastest emerging MICE destinations in the world.
According to the results of the Korea Exhibition Industry Statistical Survey (2016) published by the Association of Korea Exhibition Industry (AKEI) on September 28, 2017, a total of 568 exhibitions were held in Korea in 2016. The average number of exhibitors was 151 and the average number of visitors was 13,388. This indicates an increase in the number of exhibitions, average exhibition area, and average number of visitors compared to 2015. In particular, the number of exhibitors increased. In addition, the domestic organizers’ overseas expansion showed a significant increase compared to that of previous years. The total sales of the industry in 2016 totaled KRW3.454 trillion, exceeding the KRW 2.11 trillion of the flourishing film industry in Korea.

For convention and exhibition organizers, as well as business travelers, this month’s Korea Buyers Guide covers major exhibition centers in Korea and how they are being better-equipped for international conventions and exhibitions.

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