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Korea Institute of Civil Engineering and Building Technology (KICT)
The Korea Institute of Civil Engineering and Building Technology contributes to the development of the Korean construction industry, improves quality of life standards, furthers national economic growth, and improves social welfare. It promotes original technology in the fields of land, infrastructure, and construction.
A Korean research project finds the complex partial box girder method as an economically feasible alternative to steel box girders.
In the Republic of Korea, a mobile and low-cost motorcycle inspection system was developed for commercialization and export.
Korean engineers develop a structural monitoring and measurement system that can manage multiple cable bridges in Southeast Asia.
The Republic of Korea is testing drone technology in a variety of applications, including construction, agriculture, health care, and law enforcement.
Paving roads with fiber-reinforced asphalt mixture and using a pothole detection technology can help keep roads safe and pothole free.
Using a new cement compound that applies nanoparticles can extend the service life of structures to 200 years or more.
In the Republic of Korea, modular homes assembled like LEGO units are being developed as a response to the growing need for small to mid-size housing.
There is a quicker and more economical way to survey 160,000 road information.
Soil stabilizers can cut the costs, and improve the quality, of rural roads in Southeast Asia.
A preliminary study in Sri Lanka provides important insights into mechanistic-empirical pavement thickness and overlay design for roadway networks.