Industry-invited Session (Korean)
|The present and the future of Rainbow Robotics
Rainbow Robotics, Korea
Date: November 28 (Mon), 13:20-14:00
|In this presentation, the current products and technologies of Rainbow Robotics will be shown,
and the vision of Rainbow Robotics will be shared by introducing various robot products under development.1. Introduction of Rainbow Robotics
2. Collaborative robot and core technology development
3. About the collaborative robot market
4. Future of Rainbow Robotics
|Topics around High Performance but Easy-to-use Servo Drives
RS Automation, Korea
Date: November 28 (Mon), 14:00-14:40
|In this talk, various R&D activities performed by RS Automation to realize high performance but easy-to use servo drives targeting to be used in high performance motion control applications are introduced. Achievements on control algorithms, developed hardware and high performance encoders are described along with industrial application examples. Future expansions for multi-axis, functional safety and cyber security application will be covered as well.
Sang-Hoon Lee received the B.S. and M.S. degrees from the Department of Control and Instrumentation Engineering, Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea, and the Ph.D. degree from the School of Electrical Engineering, Seoul National University, in 1991, 1993, and 1997, respectively.
From 1997 to 2002, he was a Senior Engineer with the Factory Automation Research Institute, Samsung Electronics, Suwon, Korea. From 2002 to 2010, he was an engineering manager managing global product developments for MicroLogix, Kinetix, and SMC business at Rockwell Automation Korea, Giheung, Korea.
Since 2010, he has been with RS Automation, Pyeongtaek, Korea, where he is currently R&D Center Manager leading R&D activities related to Industrial Networks, Control Algorithms, PLCs, DIOs, Motion Controllers, Servo Drives, Soft Starters, and Optical Encoders. His fields of interest are industrial networks, functional safety, and high performance control algorithms for smart factory.
|Inertial Navigation Technology: Now and Future
Hanwha Corp., Korea
Date: November 29 (Tue), 14:20-14:00
|The Inertial Navigation is a technique that provides the position, velocity and attitude of an object using the inertial sensor data such as gyroscopes and accelerometers. The accuracy of the inertial navigation depends on the performance of the inertial sensors of the gyro and accelerometer, and efforts to improve the performance of the inertial sensor have been ongoing. In the 2000s, the inertial navigation systems with GPS have been used in many applications with a miniaturized size like MEMS. This lecture consists of
– A brief overview of inertial navigation system
Dr. Kwangjin Kim is Senior Vice President of Navigation System Business Department at Hanwha Corp. He received B.S and M.S from Kwangwoon University and Ph.D from Seoul National University. From 1997~2004, he was a researcher at Agency for Defense Development in Korea. In 2008, He joined the Hanwha corp. and he leads many navigation system development.
|Automation Trend in Manufacturing Factory
DN SOLUTIONS, Korea
Date: November 29 (Tue), 14:00-14:40
|The brief introduction of DN Solutions
Big changes in the machining operations
Automation trend in manufacturing factory
The future of DN SolutionsBiography:1996~ DAEWOO Heavy Industries FASEC (Factory Automation System Engineering Center)
2007~ Doosan Infracore, Machine Tools BG Strategy Team Leader
2017~ Vice President, DN SOLUTIONS Application Engineering
|Upcoming trend on smart appliances with LGE’s ThinQ Upgradeables
H&A Company, LG Electronics Co., Ltd.
Date: November 30 (Wed), 13:20-14:00
|After COVID-19, customer’s life sytles are rapidly becoming fragmented / personalized
and each industry’s major global companies are evolving their products and services accordingly.
In this speech, the evolutionary elements regarding technologies and customer value pursued by
LG Electronics’s ThinQ Upgradeables, which was declared as the first step in the evolution of
home appliances earlier this year, will be introduced among LG Electronics’ change directions
to respond to the rapid CX evolution.
|Itinerary of Innovation in Suprema
Jae Won Lee
Date: November 30 (Wed), 14:00-14:40
|Introduction of Suprema
A series of innovation
– SFM 3000: Fingerprint recognition OEM Module
– Biostation: Fingerprint recognition access control terminal
– Biosign: Underdisplay fingerprint recognition algorithm for smartphones
– MOCA: Mobile credential solutions
– Biostation3: New generation biometirc terminal based on AI
Global Sales Network
Vision of Suprema
1991/02 B.A. in Control & Instrumentation Engineering, Seoul National University