Industrial Observation and Benchmarking Trip to Germany
is a leading country with its own philosophy and system across economy,
education, culture and society, and it is always regarded as a benchmark
for Korea. Through the DieWende programs which meet the objectives
and expectations of benchmarking, we hope that you will have the
opportunity to build networks and work closely with organizations
and companies in Germany.
DieWende proposes a program that meets the requirement of an individual
company and organization or its delegation.
|DieWende proposes a program that
meets the requirement of an individual company and organization
or its delegation.
4.0 started in Germany.
What is the future society that Germany wants to predict or pursue
through Industrie 4.0 and what is the reason for it?
This program is designed to learn from Germany, the origin of the
Industrie 4.0, and prepare to apply it to Korea.
DieWende plans effective programs based on its strong network, expertise
and industry information.
2017, renewable energy accounted for 33.1% of total electricity
supply in Germany. Germany is a global leader in the energy transition
by replacing traditional fossil power plants & nuclear power
plants to renewable sources.
The main content of Germany’s energy transition is aiming to supply
80% of the total power supply through renewable energy by 2050,
by shifting energy supply from fossil and nuclear energy to renewable
energy such as solar, wind and hydro.
Providing sustainable and reliable renewable energy is the biggest
challenge for any society, and Germany, which is moving closest
to this goal, is the best benchmarking country.
|Education & Culture
for the unexpected future society change caused by Industrie 4.0
Revolution and the roles of people to be defined, the current education
system has to be reorganized with a completely different direction.
The paradigm shift in education is a reality we are already facing
and it can no longer be delayed. As a leading country for Industrie
4.0 Revolution, the ways of Germany, which has long been considering
the transition of educational paradigm to adapt to the future society,
is the future that we must learn.
There are so many different things.
It is the task of all of us to create a new era within the future
value of our society by understanding the differences made by dissimilarity
and finding what can be maximized in similarity.
Environment & Social Challenges
UMWELT & SOZIALE HERAUSFORDERUNG
(z.B. DIE ALTERUNG DER GESELLSCHAFT)
|The environmental problem and social
issues of the aging society will be the most realistic challenges
of the future society. The environment is a survival issue that
could threaten the quality of life that is directly linked to human
health, and we have already entered the aging society as the elderly
population increases due to the low birth rates and development
of medical science.
In this situation, we need to find alternatives to solve the problems
that arise from a social integration perspective.
In the 1970s, Germany has not only recognized the need for environmental
policy and pushed it forward but also actively promoted alternative
measures to cope with various social problems caused by entering
into the aging society.
As Korea has recorded world’s lowest birth rate of less than one
child as of 2018, it is expected that aging society with low birth
rate will proceed rapidly and will be facing the threat of existence
of society due to population decrease.
Therefore, it is necessary to react aggressively through the exchange
of cases from Germany and other developed European countries.
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