* Date : 2016-11-29
Lighter, thinner, but stronger! The hot topic in today's industrial world is materials that are lighter yet stronger. Carbon fiber, magnesium, aluminum, and other "lightweight materials" have emerged as the blue chips of the 21st century. Competitiveness in the future leading industries, including those for self-driving cars, aircraft, and robots, will be determined by the use of these materials. This week's episode covers lightweight materials that will serve as the basis for cutting-edge technologies in the future.
The 4th Industrial Revolution is slated to bring new opportunities to lightweight material companies in Korea that are equipped with both technological prowess and cost competitiveness.