Hanyang University IUCC and Zeus signs MOU to Diversify Industrial Robotic Cars
International joint research in the field of robot and composite materials conducted
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IUCC, Hanyang University's Structural Innovation of Composite Materials Center, signed an MOU with Zeus on the 9th to diversify industrial robot cars. The signing ceremony was held online due to the social distancing policy due to COVID-19.
With the signing of the MOU, IUCC and Zeus will conduct research on △Application of robots in the automation of production of composite materials and △international joint research on robot and composite materials.
An official from Zeus said, "With this research agreement, we expect a synergy effect between Zeus and IUCC. We are focusing on automation by applying robots to the pressure vessel manufacturing process for hydrogen vehicles. We will flexibly respond to the rapidly growing hydrogen vehicle market by improving robot automation technology in the pressure vessel manufacturing process."
IUCC stands for the industry-academic cooperation R&D center at Hanyang University. It is a win-win cooperation model that focuses on long-term research that is difficult for companies to carry out and receives membership fees from companies. Professors, specializing in each field, participate in the research and share their results with the companies.
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Translation by: Lee Hee-jin
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