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KISTEP 10 Emerging Technologies 2019

  • Writer Kyungran Choi
  • Date2019-04-22
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KISTEP 10 Emerging Technologies 2019
 

Technology Details



Eco-friendly
bioplastic films

(Definition)
Biodegradable and transparent bioplastic films that are available to be used as packaging materials for foods and medical suppliers with proven safety to humans
 

(Use)
Available to replace existing packaging materials, of which safety to humans are not verified, and track the products or provide consumers with related information by using QR and RD
 



Materials for sensory substitution devices

(Definition)
A technology allowing restoration/regeneration or enhancement of lost sensory function. It is the technology for sensory substitution devices by converging a sensory technology providing a sense of recognition exceeding human-level performance with sensory-neuron based recognition/stimulus device technology
 

(Use) Available to be used as a substitute of sensory organs of which functions are lost resulting from population ageing and for restoring lost senses of the disabled, contributing to improving the quality of life
 


3D print artificial organs

(Definition)
A 3D bioprinting technology to create tissues or organs by fabricating living cells to have desired shapes or patterns
 

(Use)
Available to be used for restoration of tissues, organs, and others of patients with difficulties in transplant treatment such as lack of replacing organs, immune response, etc.
 


Fire-resistant solid electrolytes with high-efficiency

(Definition)
A technology that enables a significant improvement on cell stability and energy density by replacing flammable organic liquid electrolytes of existing lithium-ion cells with ones having ionic conductivity (solid state)
 

(Use)
Create an eco-friendly and energy efficient society where EVs, with which travelling a long-distance is available by charging once with no worry about explosion or fire ignition, are widely used
 

Fast charging/
discharging battery
for transport

(Definition)
Lithium secondary battery technology that significantly reduces charging duration of EV batteries, which currently takes about 6 hours for full charge, while improving power output characteristics
 

(Use)
Available to travel to the destination by an EV that is fully charged while having a coffee with refreshments thanks to the development/ commercialization of fast charging lithium rechargeable batteries without loss to energy density or performance
 


Ultra lightweight
transport devices

(Definition)
A next-gen technology that allows transport devices and vehicles encompassing a large area of public/private infrastructure to save energy which is required for various sectors, while satisfying strict environmental regulations and requirements
 

(Use)
Continuous-fiber composite materials are used for frames and load carrying members of autonomous driving vehicles, hybrid vehicles, EVs, hydrogen fuel cel vehicles, and other future transport devices
 

Next-gen nuclear
fusion materials
withstanding extreme environments

(Definition)
Materials technologies relating to materials for the blanket that converts the energy generated from the deuterium-tritium reaction into thermal energy and divertor reducing charged particles and thermal fluxes from plasma by using the magnetic field structure for the development of nuclear fusion technology
 

(Use)
Secure a clean and safe source of energy in large volume by commercializing nuclear reactors based on the development of fusion materials
 


Stretchable display

(Definition)
A truly flexible display technology enabling unlimited changes in appearance and length as well as production of displays in large areas at low cost
 

(Use)
Skin smartphone that can transform the appearance, double curvature and ultra-thin displays for vehicles, health monitoring devices with E-skin patch displays, active use of IoT with stretchable wall display
 


Chemical materials
with autonomous
life-cycle control

 

(Definition)
A technology enabling autonomous life-cycle protection, report, and decomposition control against external environments
 

(Use)
Available to apply to IoT devices that detect and transfer environmental changes in daily life with no power or in a low-power state and contribute to improve the confidence on the safety of structures such as roads, bridges, and buildings by detecting and reporting abnormal symptoms for disaster protection and restoring the given properties to a certain extent autonomously
 


Textile-based
wearable device

 

(Definition)
A technology related to ‘wearable’ IT devices conducting basic functions of electrical/ electronics devices such as input, output, processing, storage, etc. through textiles based on the convergence between IT and textile/weaving/clothing technology, rather than wearable tech accessories
 

(Use)
Existing electrical/electronics/communication technologies are converged into the e-textile technology to realize sophisticated digital features through active embedded electronic devices such as RFID, integrated circuit, display, sensor, nanogenerator, battery, etc. or the textile by itself
 

 

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