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Daegu Technopolis

■ Overview

ㅇ Location: Hyeonpung-myeon / Yuga-myeon, Dalseong-gun, Daegu, Korea
ㅇ Size: 7,258,259.2m²
ㅇ Development Period: 2006~2016
ㅇ Developer: Korea Land & Housing Corporation
ㅇ Target Industry: Automotive (components), Mechanical Mechatronics, IT convergence, Green energy
ㅇ Projected population: 50,025 (17,866 units)

■ Strengths

ㅇ Excellent R&D infrastructure and experts training centers
ㅇ Designated as Daegu R&D Special Zone of the IT-based convergence industry (Jan 2011)
ㅇ High-tech science city with favorable conditions for living, education, business and cultural activities
ㅇ Convenient transportation infrastructure (5-minute drive to Hyeonpung IC) and superb infrastructure for related industries including the auto parts and IT convergence industry

■ Business Environment

ㅇ City with pleasant residential environment
  - Daegu Technopolis is a city with projected population of 50 thousand well equipped with research and industrial facilities as well as residential, commercial, educational, cultural, leisure, and park facilities
  - Developed as a sophisticated high-tech city through measures including U-City
  - Natural environment surrounded with the Nakdong River Waterside Park and the Mt. Bisul Recreational Forest
ㅇ Outstanding human resources
  - Daegu is home to 52 education institutes specialized in IT, NT, BT, intelligent vehicles and industrial textile where 20 thousand science and engineering graduates are educated annually
  - Daegu Gyeongbuk Institute of Science & Technology (robot, brain and cognitive science, ICT convergence, human-centered design, energy environment), Kyungpook National University (electronics), Keimyung University (automobile), Yeungnam University (machinery, textile), Pohang University of Science and Technology (new material)
ㅇ R&D Hub of Southeast Korea
 - Government-funded research institutes including Daegu Gyeongbuk Institute of Science & Technology (DGIST), Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute (ETRI), Korea Institute of Industrial Technology (KITECH), and Daegu National Science Museum are concentrated forming the Inland High-tech Industrial Belt (R&D Special Zone) which connects Daejeon, Gwangju and Daegu

■ Industrial Infrastructure

ㅇ Korea’s first test center for components of ITS-based intelligent vehicles 
ㅇ ‘Korea Institute for Robot Industry Advancement’, which serves as a control tower of the Korea’s robotic industry
ㅇ TUV Rheinland Yeungnam University Photovoltaic Testing Center (international certification and evaluation center for PV modules)
ㅇ Dassault System Daegu R&D Center (3D-based PLM solution)
ㅇ Daegyeong Solar Cell/Module Material Process Regional Innovation Center

■ Tenants

ㅇ Daegu Gyeongbuk Institute of Science & Technology (DGIST) 
ㅇ Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute (ETRI) Daegyeong Regional Center
ㅇ Korea Institute of Industrial Technology (KITECH) and Korea Institute of Machinery & Materials (KIMM) Daegu Center
ㅇ Daegu National Science Museum
ㅇ Kyungpook National University Graduate School of IT Convergence
ㅇ Keimyung University Graduate School of Intelligent Vehicle & Transportation
ㅇ University of Delaware College of Energy and Environmental Policy

■ Aerial view of the Daegu Technopolis