TÜV SÜD and Korea University to cooperate in New Digital Technology Applications and Use
On July 19th, TÜV SÜD Korea signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Korea University to cooperate in new digital technology applications and use in various industry sectors.
Through this cooperation, the two organizations agreed on cooperating in joint R&D projects and human resources exchange to foster digital service development.
Both organizations will cooperate in the development of services with focus on analytics (monitoring and data), safety (functionality, reliability and interoperability) and security in the field of emerging digital services business. In addition, internship and training programs will be developed as well.
“Through this cooperation, we are going to share our expertise and resources in various digital service sectors including Smart building, Autonomous Driving, Industry 4.0, and Cyber Security. Korea University will keep expanding academic-industrial R&D projects and networking by continuous cooperation with global enterprises in exchanging human resources and information,” says Prof. Dr. Soo-Won Kim, Executive Vice President for research.
“This is our first MoU singing ceremony with a university in Korea, and we are honored to build a strong partnership with this renowned university. As South Korea is an advanced technology market and Korea University is playing a pivotal role in this ecosystem, we aim to develop this cooperation into an inspiring example of academic-industrial partnership to come up with safe and sustainable digital solutions for multiple industries,” says Mr. Stefan Rentsch, President & CEO of TÜV SÜD Korea.