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Measures for the Development of Marine Science
Report No. 2016-04 Research Manager Ki Won, Han
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Summary


○ The marine science and technology based service industry has developed on the
back of rising economic activities related to ocean. Globally, the industry is
estimated to be recently developing faster than other ocean-related industries.
- The industry is rising based on the historical trend of world economy; the spread
of knowledge economy and great unbundling of production.
- The marine science and technology based service industry is driving the
development of the overall ocean industry through mutual synergetic effect
with other ocean industries.


○ (Definition) The marine science and technology based service industry is
intensively using science and technology related knowledge, producing
relevant services necessary to ocean-related economic activities (for the
purpose of providing external users).
- Its concept is consistent with knowledge-intensive business services (KIBS) or
Executive Summary vii
knowledge intensive service activities used in EU, OECD, etc.
- The marine science and technology based service industry only includes the
services being provided to external users therefore, excludes the
knowledge-intensive service internally procured.


○ This study classifies marine science and technology based service industry into
four categories; plan・design・research and development, marine science surve
y・research, ICT service, ocean works・technology support.
- Companies under the type of planning・design・R&D are able to conduct basic
design in some areas, such as shipbuilding and ocean facilities. Overall,
however, it is important for them to build a capacity for basic design and FEED,
entering into the global supply chain for future growth.
- Companies under the type of ocean science・research are generally limited to
domestic market with a large proportion taken up by public demand. Therefore,
individual companies need to enhance specialty and differentiation through
specializing in marine science and technology.
- The type of ICT services is expected to undergo innovation and market
expansion owing to new technologies, such as virtual and augmented reality,
internet of things, big data, etc. as well as the convergence of ocean industry.
However, companies providing ICT service should respond to environmental
changes as large telecommunications companies are advancing into the marine
industry.
- Companies under the type of ocean works・technology support have various
kinds of industrial sectors with each of them facing different conditions. Ship
management service and waste treatment service, etc. are restricted to domestic
market in their works. However, some sectors such as laying submarine cables
are actively entering into overseas markets including the Middle East, etc.


○ The study confirmed that the science and technology based service industry
including the ocean sector has high potential for growth. And policy efforts are
actively underway both at home and abroad.
- The ocean industry is expected to grow faster than GDP growth of Korea. Also,
OECD estimates that the added-value of the ocean industry will double by 2030
from the level of 2010 in the global market.
- Having recognized the importance of knowledge service industry since the
2000s, the Korean government including the Ministry of Trade, Industry and
Energy (MOTIE) has started to prepared relevant laws and institutions, such as
the Contents Industry Promotion Act and the Industrial Convergence Promotion
Act for industrial promotion and support.
- Advanced countries in ocean sector such as the UK and Canada are establishing
a systemic strategy on marine science and industry, while promoting the
cooperation between private and public sector for the development of marine
science and technology based service industry. In particular, much emphasis is
focused on pioneering foreign markets.


○ It is necessary to nurture service industry specializing in marine science and
technology. Under the current legal, institutional and policy structure, however,
it is more appropriate to guide a direction rather than to provide a
comprehensive and specific remedy.
- Therefore, three policy directions are suggested; 1) improving the policy of
marine science and technology, 2) strengthening the role of marine science and
technology based service industry in ocean industry policy and 3) systemizing
and expanding corporate supporting programs.
- Since specific policy tasks should be drawn from follow-up research, the study
intends to suggest the overall direction for 15 tasks which are derived from this
study

Research Project Report 상세보기
Measures for the Development of Marine Science
Report No. 2016-04 Research Manager Ki Won, Han
File

Summary


○ The marine science and technology based service industry has developed on the
back of rising economic activities related to ocean. Globally, the industry is
estimated to be recently developing faster than other ocean-related industries.
- The industry is rising based on the historical trend of world economy; the spread
of knowledge economy and great unbundling of production.
- The marine science and technology based service industry is driving the
development of the overall ocean industry through mutual synergetic effect
with other ocean industries.


○ (Definition) The marine science and technology based service industry is
intensively using science and technology related knowledge, producing
relevant services necessary to ocean-related economic activities (for the
purpose of providing external users).
- Its concept is consistent with knowledge-intensive business services (KIBS) or
Executive Summary vii
knowledge intensive service activities used in EU, OECD, etc.
- The marine science and technology based service industry only includes the
services being provided to external users therefore, excludes the
knowledge-intensive service internally procured.


○ This study classifies marine science and technology based service industry into
four categories; plan・design・research and development, marine science surve
y・research, ICT service, ocean works・technology support.
- Companies under the type of planning・design・R&D are able to conduct basic
design in some areas, such as shipbuilding and ocean facilities. Overall,
however, it is important for them to build a capacity for basic design and FEED,
entering into the global supply chain for future growth.
- Companies under the type of ocean science・research are generally limited to
domestic market with a large proportion taken up by public demand. Therefore,
individual companies need to enhance specialty and differentiation through
specializing in marine science and technology.
- The type of ICT services is expected to undergo innovation and market
expansion owing to new technologies, such as virtual and augmented reality,
internet of things, big data, etc. as well as the convergence of ocean industry.
However, companies providing ICT service should respond to environmental
changes as large telecommunications companies are advancing into the marine
industry.
- Companies under the type of ocean works・technology support have various
kinds of industrial sectors with each of them facing different conditions. Ship
management service and waste treatment service, etc. are restricted to domestic
market in their works. However, some sectors such as laying submarine cables
are actively entering into overseas markets including the Middle East, etc.


○ The study confirmed that the science and technology based service industry
including the ocean sector has high potential for growth. And policy efforts are
actively underway both at home and abroad.
- The ocean industry is expected to grow faster than GDP growth of Korea. Also,
OECD estimates that the added-value of the ocean industry will double by 2030
from the level of 2010 in the global market.
- Having recognized the importance of knowledge service industry since the
2000s, the Korean government including the Ministry of Trade, Industry and
Energy (MOTIE) has started to prepared relevant laws and institutions, such as
the Contents Industry Promotion Act and the Industrial Convergence Promotion
Act for industrial promotion and support.
- Advanced countries in ocean sector such as the UK and Canada are establishing
a systemic strategy on marine science and industry, while promoting the
cooperation between private and public sector for the development of marine
science and technology based service industry. In particular, much emphasis is
focused on pioneering foreign markets.


○ It is necessary to nurture service industry specializing in marine science and
technology. Under the current legal, institutional and policy structure, however,
it is more appropriate to guide a direction rather than to provide a
comprehensive and specific remedy.
- Therefore, three policy directions are suggested; 1) improving the policy of
marine science and technology, 2) strengthening the role of marine science and
technology based service industry in ocean industry policy and 3) systemizing
and expanding corporate supporting programs.
- Since specific policy tasks should be drawn from follow-up research, the study
intends to suggest the overall direction for 15 tasks which are derived from this
study

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