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A Study on Future Technology Development Strategy of Bulk Ports
Report No. 2015-11 Research Manager Sang Hee, Choi
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Research Member : Eon Kyung, Lee / Hyong Mo, Jeon


Summary


○ Comprehensively organize and analyze the detailed logistics process and composition system through research on domestic and foreign sites and documents for five docks of bulk (coal, grain, hardwood, scrap iron and steel docks). 

- Classifying the features of the related technologies of major domestic and foreign bulk ports into 4 categories of high productivity, environment-friendliness, safety and cutting-edge. 
- Applying one or two features out of above 4 categories to all recently constructed docks including both domestic and foreign bulk docks. 
- Port equipment and systems installed currently or in the past mostly consist of foreign products, and older systems have more significant cost problems in terms of maintenance and improvement. 


○ Conduct the total inspection on technologies regarding bulk ports and find the available development technologies.

- Analyzing and identifying the needs of companies and developers through domestic and foreign documents, site survey and experts’ interview about the operating problems of bulk ports and resultant technology demand.
- Given these, classifying an unmanned technology, work safety, economically feasibility and environment-friendly technologies by docks, functions and applicability, and draw about 40 primary technology candidates.     


○ Establish the classification system of bulk port technologies.

- Establish the technology classification system to analyze the technology level, consistency between higher and lower technologies, technology development and the subjects of usage for about 40 technology candidates. 
- Set 6 technology development objectives of future bulk ports such as new concept, highly productive, safe, environment-friendly, economically feasible and worker-friendly bulk ports.
- Determine the final technology candidate by arranging the development technology functions of each objective in the hierarchy with 4 subfunctions and subdividing them into 57 bulk port technologies accordingly.


○ Draw the technology development priorities and presents the development road map

- Select 39 development technologies after the first expert evaluation based on the necessity, feasibility, marketability, profitability, economic feasibility, technology expandability and influence of technologies 
- Draw the priorities of 39 development technologies by conducting the AHP questionnaire analysis for site experts
- Present the required budget for each technology by dividing the development times of each technology into 4 stages
- Divide and present a promotion method into R&D and policy project methods by securing budget for each technology and separating the subjects of development into development companies and buyer companies
 

Research Project Report 상세보기
A Study on Future Technology Development Strategy of Bulk Ports
Report No. 2015-11 Research Manager Sang Hee, Choi
File

Research Member : Eon Kyung, Lee / Hyong Mo, Jeon


Summary


○ Comprehensively organize and analyze the detailed logistics process and composition system through research on domestic and foreign sites and documents for five docks of bulk (coal, grain, hardwood, scrap iron and steel docks). 

- Classifying the features of the related technologies of major domestic and foreign bulk ports into 4 categories of high productivity, environment-friendliness, safety and cutting-edge. 
- Applying one or two features out of above 4 categories to all recently constructed docks including both domestic and foreign bulk docks. 
- Port equipment and systems installed currently or in the past mostly consist of foreign products, and older systems have more significant cost problems in terms of maintenance and improvement. 


○ Conduct the total inspection on technologies regarding bulk ports and find the available development technologies.

- Analyzing and identifying the needs of companies and developers through domestic and foreign documents, site survey and experts’ interview about the operating problems of bulk ports and resultant technology demand.
- Given these, classifying an unmanned technology, work safety, economically feasibility and environment-friendly technologies by docks, functions and applicability, and draw about 40 primary technology candidates.     


○ Establish the classification system of bulk port technologies.

- Establish the technology classification system to analyze the technology level, consistency between higher and lower technologies, technology development and the subjects of usage for about 40 technology candidates. 
- Set 6 technology development objectives of future bulk ports such as new concept, highly productive, safe, environment-friendly, economically feasible and worker-friendly bulk ports.
- Determine the final technology candidate by arranging the development technology functions of each objective in the hierarchy with 4 subfunctions and subdividing them into 57 bulk port technologies accordingly.


○ Draw the technology development priorities and presents the development road map

- Select 39 development technologies after the first expert evaluation based on the necessity, feasibility, marketability, profitability, economic feasibility, technology expandability and influence of technologies 
- Draw the priorities of 39 development technologies by conducting the AHP questionnaire analysis for site experts
- Present the required budget for each technology by dividing the development times of each technology into 4 stages
- Divide and present a promotion method into R&D and policy project methods by securing budget for each technology and separating the subjects of development into development companies and buyer companies
 

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