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Siemens Ltd. Seoul-Incheon National University Holds Ribbon-cutting for the Establishment of Korea’s First Advanced Service Center within Campus

"We are delighted to announce the opening of the ASC, the first achievement of the ‘Eco-friendly Smart Campus Establishment Business’ between Siemens and INU. SLS will continue its contributions towards the progress of INU and discovery of working talents, by providing customized energy reduction technologies and training," said Christoph Aebischer, Vice President of Building Technologies Korea, SLS. "Digitalization, the basis of ASC, improves the building environmental performance (reduction in CO2 emission) while saving operating costs; and this will increase competitiveness of INU and Incheon Metropolitan City and lead new business opportunities."
"The ASC establishment means the creation of a world-class energy management and analytic infrastructure. It is also expected to contribute towards training energy specialists by providing students cutting-edge curriculum related to the energy sector. As an advanced base in the smart energy sector, INU will train energy specialists and contribute to the progress of Industrie 4.0 and improvement of national competitiveness," said Dr. Dong-Sung Cho, President of INU.

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