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한국로봇융합연구원

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Vision and Goals

Vision

Mission

To perform R&DB of robotics and technology convergence
that lead to new products or business for enhancing economic security and improving our quality of life.

Vision

To be the world leader in R&DB of robotics and technology convergence.

Essential value

IntegrityWe act with honor, honesty, and fairness and we hold ourselves to the highest ethical standards.
AccountabilityWe take ownership and responsibility for what we do and we hold each other to account.
CollaborationWe believe teamwork empowers our individual strengths.
ExcellenceWe apply rigor and critical thinking to achieve world-class results and continuous improvement in everything we do.

Objectives and strategic tasks

A. Research and development (R&D) of core technologies in robot convergence and commercialization

  1. Policy support to lead robot convergence technology as well as project plan and implementation
  2. Advancement of robot core technology based on building blocks with a secured source technology
  3. Development of field-oriented practical robots and next-generation parts and commercialization

B. Development of infrastructure to support industries and diffusion of robot and science cultures

  1. Development of a foundation for company support and product demonstration tests and certification
  2. Robot facilities and equipment support based on collaboration among industry players, and academic and research institutions
  3. Diffusion of robot and science cultures and strengthening of advertising activities

C. Development of future-oriented management systems and an advanced research environment

  1. Reorganization of institute regulations and operating rules (restructuring of name, logo, organization, work practices, evaluation systems, etc.)
  2. Financial stability through development funds, profitable projects, and indirect costs, etc.
  3. Development of a healthy, productive, and creative research organization that is small but strong and has a flexible research culture