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Industry 4.0 in Denmark and South Korea

The seminar will focus on Industry 4.0 in Denmark and South Korea and promote the exchange of ideas and experiences between the two countries. The seminar will consist of speeches from both Danish and South Korean experts, who will share their experiences and knowledge about Industry 4.0.

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Curious about Industry 4.0?

In the occasion of the celebration of 60 years of diplomatic relations, The Confederation of Danish Industry and the Embassy of South Korea in Denmark have the pleasure of inviting all interested parties to participate in an inspiring and insightful seminar on Industry 4.0 - a topic that is gaining momentum in both countries. The seminar will focus on Industry 4.0 in Denmark and South Korea and promote the exchange of ideas and experiences between the two countries. The seminar will consist of speeches from both Danish and South Korean experts, who will share their experiences and knowledge about Industry 4.0. The seminar will conclude with a refreshing lunch, where you get the opportunity to network with industry peers. As such, this is your chance to get updated on the latest trends within Industry 4.0 and  Danish-South Korean relations.

Industry 4.0 in Denmark and South Korea

We are in the middle of a significant transformation of the way products are produced. This transition is so powerful, it is called Industry 4.0. 

Thanks to digitalization the manufacturing process is being transformed by enabling computers to connect and communicate with each other ultimately leading to computers making decisions without human involvement. Massive amounts of data are being created and processed allowing for more efficient decision making and production processes. How to best utilize the possibilities that Industry 4.0 creates is a key political  priority in both South Korea and Denmark. Join this seminar to explore how your company can help South Korea reap the benefits of Industry 4.0.

Why South Korea?

Despite the devastaion of the Korean War, through Confucian focus on education, discipline and hard work, and close relations between the public and business sector, Korea has developed from one of the poorest to one of the richest nations in the world. Now, Korea is the 4th largest economy in Asia, and the 11th largest economy in the world. Korea is in an optimal position to remain competitive in the era of the Industry 4.0, as the country is one of the most interconnected in the world, and a front runner in the field of IT and 5G. Recently, the Korean government has laid out a masterplan to prepare Korea's society for Industry 4.0.

Bente Kruckenberg

Questions regarding practicalities

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Nina Milling Riiser

Questions regarding content

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