TÜV Rheinland Korea signed an agreement on March 16th with Gwangju Technopark for mutual business cooperation in the healthcare robot industry.
Both parties agreed to establish an official system of cooperation, which will in turn facilitate the correspondence of experiences necessary to construct a healthcare robot test bed at Gwangju Technopark, and galvanize the exchange of information on certification and evaluation as well as human resources for the development of professional technology.
“In light of this MOU, TÜV Rheinland Korea will actively cooperate for the successful completion of the Gwangju Technopark healthcare robot test bed, and reinvigorate efforts to advance the healthcare industry through an exchange of professional labor force and technological information,” says Carsten Lienemann, CEO of TÜV Rheinland Korea.
TÜV Rheinland, founded in 1872, is a global leader in independent inspection services based in Cologne, Germany. It provides testing and certification services in various fields including quality, safety, environment, and technology across 69 countries around the world at approximately 500 branches.
TÜV Rheinland Korea was the first foreign-based certification organization to enter the Korean market in 1987, and marks its 30th anniversary this year. A reliable partner for domestic companies, it provides testing and certification services according to various international testing standards and continues its efforts to help domestic firms enter the global market.