Samsung Electronics hosted Tech Trans Fair 2015 at its Win-win Cooperation Academy in Suwon on Sept. 3 in an effort to help its partner companies secure a competitive advantage in technology.
The cooperation event is aimed at helping business partners adopt excellent technology and get technical competitiveness by introducing leading technology owned by local universities and pubic research centers. The event has been held each year since 2009.
Nine leading technologies in the fields of the Internet of Things (IoT), surface treatments, and new materials were introduced at this year's event. These technology fields wer selected by conducting preliminary research on the demand for each.
In the IoT area, Busan University's intelligent IoT technology usable in smart homes and smart plants, Yeungnam University's motor technology for highly-efficient and high power exchange motors, and Ewha Womans University's energy harvesting technology that can recycle abandoned energy were introduced.
When it comes to the surface treatment field, Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology's tech that can make the pattern of a micro or nanoscale structure using a functional solution, Chung Ang University's method to create nanoscale films, and Pai Chai University's technique for surface coating using plasma were also presented.
In the new materials area, Inje University's tech to manufacture ionized polymer ink complexes, Sogang University's portable 3D printing and ink technology for e-paper that can be easily utilized to design and manufacture parts in the production site, and Ajou University's study on the trend in manufacturing technology for particle films that can coat various kinds of functional patterns in large areas were shared as well.