* Date : 2020-05-20
”New normal“ has emerged as a new framework for the post-COVID-19 world. Advanced ICT skills have been actively introduced to prevent the COVID-19 spread. And significant changes have also taken place in the medical sector. The rise of non-face-to-face medical treatment is one of the examples. Instead of developing new technologies, non-face-to-face medical treatment has been introduced by transforming and recombining the existing technologies. A domestic university hospital has introduced a remote monitoring technology. And it has contributed to treating a lot of quarantined patients as well as confirmed COVID-19 cases. It can minimize the secondary infection of medical staffs. Also, patients can receive rapid treatments in case of emergency situations. An AI technology, which can sort out the potentially infected cases by using CT scans, has been developed in the domestic field. The signs of the virus can be detected immediately. And the patients can be classified according to different level of severity. We introduce advanced ICT skills of Korea which have led the innovative changes taking place in the medical industry.
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#unmanned_dealing_platforms #unmanned_platforms #unmanned_butcher’s_shop #integrated_parking_solution #DoT_coding_technology #fourth_industrial_revolution #MoneyMonster #ArirangTV
Along with the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic, non-face-to-face activities have expanded to a variety of different fields. And it has led to the birth of a new trend, “ontact,” aside from the existing untact services. “Ontact” is a newly-coined word which means online connections based on the untact measures. An art museum located in Seoul has actively made use of online channels because of the second wave of the COVID-19 infections. A variety of video contents including the explanations on artworks and exhibition planning as well as an interview with a curator have been produced. Offline art exhibitions have faced a lot of restrictions so far. And vitalization of online exhibitions have led to the creation of new breakthroughs. What is more, a new service, which provides civil affair documents from home and abroad, has been developed. And the service is offered based on the non-face-to-face platform. People can request different kinds of documents from all parts of the globe through the internet or smartphone, without the need to actually visit the local district. As it has become difficult to visit foreign countries because of the COVID-19 crisis, there’s been growing demand for the documents that have to be submitted abroad. Moreover, a variety of performances have been provided through online streaming. During the live streaming, the audience can voluntarily donate the ticket price. And the donation will be used for the artists and art communities which have suffered from the COVID-19 crisis. We look into ontact trends, which have gained popularity in the market along with the continuous expansion of online connections.
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#ontact #non_face_to_face_business #online_exhibitions #online_performances #fourth_industrial_revolution #MoneyMonster #ArirangTV
Biomimetic robots have been developed by applying the ecological technologies of various living things to robots. And elasticity is one of the applied technologies. And a robot that imitated the movements of a ladybug, has recently been developed by making use of the paper-folding techniques. Inspired by the shape of a ladybug’s wing, elasticity is applied to one side of the flying object which has a paper-folding structure. It can save a greater amount of energy and endure stronger power in comparison to the existing small-sized paper-folding robots. The unique principles of the ladybug’s wings have been applied to the robot. And it can strongly flap the wings with improved elasticity. A soft robot was developed with a soft and elastic material. The pelican eel, which lives in deep seas, can inflate its head by using elastic skin. When pumping air into the robot, the folded body is stretched. Also, the soft skin stretches and the robot can bend its back, so it is classified as a soft robot. Aside from underwater investigation, bioinspired dual morphing soft robot can be used for portable robots, grippers and robot arms. Another researchers have developed a robot that mimics the movements of a water strider. By making use of the shape memory alloy which can restore the original shape immediately after the application of force as well as a paper-folding structure, the legs of the robot have enhanced level of elasticity. We explore biomimetic robots which have been developed by imitating the unique characteristics of nature.
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#biomimetic_robot #elasticity #ladybug_robot #eel_robot #waterstrider_robot#fourth_industrial_revolution #MoneyMonster #ArirangTV