Convergence Alliance Introduction

Smart city sector to foster and revitalize the domestic smart city industrial ecosystem Private enterprisevariety of Creating conditions for innovative activities And Public/Private Communication Platform operation

To foster the smart city industry by providing a forum for cooperation between heterogeneous companies, to develop technological cooperation between companies, to discover innovative services, etc. Industrial ecosystem creation, institutional improvement, of innovative technology dissemination and spread Promotion of mutual cooperation, etc.

Consists of private centers such as smart city-related venture firms and university research institutes such as mobility, health care, environmental and cultural governance
- 835 institutions such as large and small venture companies, research institutes, and associations are participating (as of April 2022.04.30, XNUMX)

Major Progress

Structure of Smart City Convergence Alliance Council

Operating system and roles by subject

division Representative/secretary organization Role
council chairperson agency • Hold regular meetings and operate meetings
• Collaboration and coordination related to alliance operation, support, etc. (member company incentives, 1:1 matching, etc.)
• Government-private communication channels
secretariat KAIA, Smart City Association • Supervision of alliance operation support such as council activities, support for activities by sub-members, and inducement of collaboration
• Support for the execution of events (events, etc.) by each committee of the Alliance
• Member management and website management such as recruitment of new members and approval of membership

Enterprise (CEO) Co-Chairperson
(Secretary) Smart City Association
• Technology and investment briefing sessions for consumers, public relations, etc.
• Discovering and suggesting technologies and solutions
• Business difficulties and policy suggestions related to commercialization
지자체  (CEO/Secretary)
• Sharing government policy and local government business experience (living lab, etc.) and capacity enhancement
• Smart city solution and policy demand discovery and proposal and investment attraction
• Citizen (group) response and opinion gathering
Supporting organization
• Support and feedback on the implementation of government policies and projects
• Suggestions for difficulties and policies, and publicity of government business integration
Academia (CEO/Secretary)
Smart City Architecture Association
• Providing expert knowledge such as advice on various smart city-related technologies, policies, and systems
• Academic linkage with government policies and projects (thesis, presentation, etc.)