SyncusTech has recently built a R&D consortium with the Korea Testing Certification, the University of Suwon, and three leading companies in the computing industry. Through this initiative, SyncusTech has been awarded $500,000 by the Korean government which will be devoted to increased resources for testing our products in various environments and conditions, improving performance.
Resources will no longer be a factor in testing capabilities and thorough testing of new challenges based on client needs will be at no additional cost. The allocation of this grant will focus on international development to meet the growing needs in the USA and Asia.
The 2015 KIAT Award
Through the Korea Institute for the Advancement of Technology (KIAT), the Korean government supports globalization efforts of IT & high-tech companies, and provides resources to ensure transfer of technology across industries and institutions, R&D programs in the private sector, and international strategic development (EU, USA, Russia, Asia).
Every year, KIAT selects a limited number of qualified manufacturers for exceptional funding: SyncusTech is proud to announce that the company has been awarded a $500,000 grant in June 2015. Funds will be dedicated to improve the reliability and performance of export products, including the US market.
A Technology Consortium Led By SyncusTech
SyncusTech has been awarded a $500,000 grant to develop and lead a 2-year project. The project’s goal is to strengthen the reliability of industrial real-time measurement & control systems on a global scale.
To achieve the goals of this project, we have built a consortium with KTC, the Korea Testing Certification, the University of Suwon, and 3 partner companies specialized in industrial solutions. KTC is the national testing research institute for enhancing quality and safety of electronic products. The institute has built strong partnerships with certification agencies worldwide and has supported a wide array or projects, providing cutting-edge resources to its partners for R&D. The University of Suwon is participating in the project by providing additional technology and human resources to the SyncusTech project.
The Consortium will test, analyze, and improve the vulnerable parts of measuring and controls systems. The three components that will be of highest priority during this project will be the main board, chassis, and power module.
We are excited to be able to offer this service to clients as it will allow us to offer a unique customization experience to our clients, one that cannot be matched by our competitors.
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