- Investment Environment
- Promising Industries
- Smart Island
Innovation Strategies for the Future of Jeju in Pursuit of Smart Growth
Jeju’s Smart Island strategies integrate conventional industries with digital technologies to preserve nature while at the same time transforming the island’s economic, social, and ecological structures in line with the era of the Fourth Industrial Revolution. The strategies are aimed at resolving urban issues through the analysis of big data, improving the quality of life of residents through data-based automation and streamlining, and pursuing sustainable changes and innovation. They are also aimed at commercializing drone-based administrative services and easing regulations in fields requiring innovation, thereby finding shortcuts to a future city. The Smart Island strategies promote the “Civic Hacking” and “Living Lab” movements based on massive amounts of data, and drive active participation and interaction of civil society to achieve an innovative digital society and deliberative democracy. In addition, the physical isolation and reduced radio wave interference of the island, as well as its unique strength as the country’s largest tourist destination attracting 15 million visitors every year, will help the Smart Island policy bear the fruit of innovation.
Smart Island Project
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- Public WiFi installed in tourist attractions, amenities, parks, etc.
- Data on main tourist routes, preferred types of travel, etc. is analyzed and applied to tourism policies
Transport & Mobility Tourism
- Establishment of internet of things (IoT) integrated data for public transportation
- Ten types of data, including high-accuracy location data for buses, vehicle status data, and vehicle accident location data, are provided in real time.
- Big data on bus routes, driving patterns, etc. is analyzed and made public as national core data.
- Installation of small-scale weather stations at major roads, tourist attractions, and farm land to collect weather information and analyze big data
- Monitoring of regional weather changes that significantly affect the agricultural and tourism industries
- Opening of observational data and verification of data utilization models
- Development of public-private partnership weather services
Jeju Big Data Center
- Jeju’s hub for opening and sharing of data
- Infrastructure for expanding the utilization of big data by Jeju residents, regional SMEs, universities, public institutions, etc.
- Utilization of expensive big data such as carrier data and credit card data available within the center
- Development of new public services and business models through public-private partnerships, and expansion of the innovative ecosystem for a Smart City
- Korea’s first province designated by the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport to initiate a drone regulatory sandbox project for two consecutive years
- Demonstration of the easing of drone regulations
- Development of drone-based administrative services customized for local governments
- The world’s first province to launch a public mask delivery service for island areas using hydrogen drones (2020)
- Demonstration of a drone regulatory sandbox and physical delivery
- Test bed for drone industry core technologies
- Stream platform under development using the “digital twin” methodology
- High-definition, three-dimensional stream model being developed and analyzed using airborne laser depth sounding to ensure efficient management
- The country’s first application of a privately initiated e-government service model
Jeju Science Park
- Since 2004, Jeju Science Park, as a national industrial complex, has incubated new industries in the fields of ICT and biotechnology
- Occupied by venture companies and research institutes such as Jeju Innovation Growth Center and KAIST’s Center for Eco-friendly and Smart Vehicles