Press releases

  • 2023 First Daejeon Robot Company Conference Held

    *Excerpts from articleAt the council, three organizations, Daejeon Techno Park, the Korea Robot Industry Promotion Agency, and the Korea Robot Industry Association, introduced 2023 corporate support projects, exchanged information among participating companies, and announced corporate difficulties...Lee Ki-sung, chairman of the Daejeon Robot Business Council, said, "We hope to expand communication with local robot companies, associations, and promotion agencies and help companies by resolving difficulties in the demonstration space, system, and regulation."Source:

    date 23.04.24

  • Daejeon, where 40% of drone companies nationwide are located... North Korea will respond to the invasion of UAVs

    *Excerpts from articleDaejeon City, where 40% of drone companies across the country are located, recently held an emergency meeting of industry, academia, research, military, and government to discuss countermeasures and development measures against the threat of North Korean drones...About 20 experts from the government, local governments, military, research institutes, universities, and defense companies, including Daejeon Mayor Lee Jang-woo, the Korea Astronomy and Space Research Institute, KAIST, Hanwha, LIG Nex1, Pungsan, Sungjin Tech, Nes&Tek, Ministry of Radiology, Industry, and Army educators, attended the meeting....Source:

    date 23.04.24

  • 18 companies selected for the 1st phase of the 'Project 100 for Bangsan Innovation Companies' such as space, robots, and AI

    *Excerpts from articleAccording to the National Defense Agency, the "Bangsan Innovation Company 100 Project" is a project to select and foster innovative small and medium-sized enterprises centered on new defense industries to preemptively respond to changes in the future battlefield and recent global supply chains...The 18 first companies selected this time are △ 3 in the space field (ANH structure, Danam Systems, Xenoco), △ 3 in the AI field (Solbit System, SAI, Ives), △ 1 in the robot field (SOS Lab), 2 in the semiconductor field (Waybis, RFHIC), △ 5 in the drone field (Korea Optical, Communication Technology, and Other Technology) △ Technology....Source : : Ceremony for 100 Defense Innovation Companies

    date 23.04.24

  • Daejeon City to Participate in the Local Era Expo, Promoting the Leading City of Defense and Space Industry

    * Excerpts from the articleMajor contents ▲ the "small launch vehicle rocket and engine" of the space launch vehicle startup founded by KAIST undergraduates growing with Daejeon City ▲ Innovative products such as surveillance reconnaissance 'unmanned aircraft' (NES&TEC) ▲ Korea Aerospace Research Institute's first "Moon Orbit Exploration Satellite Danuri" will be displayed....Source :

    date 22.11.14

  • Technology Innovation Competition for Small and Medium Enterprises, in one place of 'K-Innovative Enterprises'

    * Excerpts from the articleThe 23rd Innovative Technology Show was held at COEX in Gangnam-gu, Seoul for a two-day schedule on the 19th. At the NES&TEC booth, officials are introducing a multi-purpose reconnaissance drone system that can be used in fire fighting, police, and the military....Source :

    date 22.11.10

  • Minister of Trade, Industry and Energy Citation Lee Ki-seong, CEO of NES&TEC, Diversifying Drone Utilization [2022 RobotWorld]

    * Excerpts from the articleNES&TEC is a research and development-oriented company that has been developing only drones for more than 20 years after starting research in a university laboratory. Since there was no such thing in the early stages of development, what was directly developed has become the core technologies of drones, and these technologies have now been designated as excellent products, checking major facilities in the country, and using them as "warning drones" in the military.Recently, beyond using drones for aerial image acquisition, fire fighting has been more actively using them, such as dropping a fire-extinguishing bullet or delivering rescue tubes, and the military is using it more actively, such as dropping it for target strikes.I sincerely thank many people for their help in the development process. NES&TEC will do its best to help Korea's drone industry.- Lee Ki-seong, CEO of NES&TEC...Source :

    date 22.11.10

  • The 2022 Daejeon Drone Challenge has set a new record in the field of flying for a long time

    * Excerpts from the article"The mission of flying for a long time seems simple, but it is meaningful in inducing the development of small but important drone element technology," said Lee Ki-sung, president of the Korea Robot Industry Association and president of the Korea Unmanned System Association. If the regulations are supplemented by diversifying competition missions and presenting high-level targets in the future, it will be a good opportunity to expand the market in the global market, he said....Source :

    date 22.11.10

  • Daejeon City Promotes the Establishment of a Business Finance-oriented Bank Headquartered in Daejeon

    * Excerpts from the article■CMB Daejeon Broadcasting News<Reed>Daejeon City formed a committee to establish a corporate finance-oriented bank headquartered in Daejeon and held a launching ceremony. <Articles>The committee was co-chaired by Yoon Chang-hyun, a member of the National Assembly, and Chung Tae-hee, chairman of the Daejeon Chamber of Commerce and Industry, and consisted of a total of 27 other members.The establishment of Daejeon-based corporate finance-centered bank is a regional pledge project of Yoon Seok-yeol's government and a core pledge of Daejeon-si, and aims to establish a customized corporate support financial institution based in Daejeon.Source :

    date 22.08.08

  • Korea Robot Industry Association to Hold 'Daejeon Robot Leaders Forum'

    *Excerpts from the contents of the articleThe Daejeon Robot Leaders Forum was attended by executives and employees of 10 local robot companies, including Nes & Tec CEO Lee Ki-sung, Rastek (CEO Sung Nak-yoon), Magentarobotics (CEO Kwon Ki-hyun), Comizoa (CEO Min Kyung-hoon), Twini (CEO Kim Hong-seok), Hagisonic (CEO Kim Byung-ho), Head of Future Industry in Daejeon, Director Woo Jun-ho, and Director of the Korea Center....Source:

    date 22.08.08

  • Airport lights check paradigm changes

    *Excerpts from the contents of the articleOn the 15th, the Korea Industrial Technology Promotion Agency (CEO Seok Young-chul, hereinafter referred to as KIAT) visited Nes & Tec (CEO Lee Ki-sung), a company specializing in unmanned aerial vehicle systems, unmanned navigation and control systems, to check the status and difficulties of the project.Nes & Tec has been developing products to expand its business to the aviation safety market after mainly supplying drones for disaster and military missions, and has been participating in KIAT's R&D project since this year to demonstrate products and secure markets.Through this, it is expected to create a new market in the aviation safety sector through innovative procurement-linked R&D projects that develop technologies based on demand from the public sector and support related products and services to enter the procurement market....Source :

    date 22.08.08

  • 2022 Advanced Defense Industry Exhibition in Daejeon

    *Excerpts from the contents of the articleGuests and participants are watching the products of defense companies at the 2022 Advanced Defense Industry Exhibition held at Daejeon Convention Center in Yuseong-gu, Daejeon on the 15th. ...Source:

    date 22.08.08

  • Daejeon drone company to supply 12 billion won worth of drone to Army | TJB Daejeon, Sejong, Chungnam News

    Nes&Tec, a leading drone company in the region, has decided to supply 12 billion won worth of drones to the Army.Daejeon City evaluated that this contract, the largest contract since 2013, not only proves the technology of a local drone company but also shows that it can develop and sell drones in Daejeon.Daejeon City enacted an ordinance to foster and support the unmanned aerial vehicle industry in 2017, and created a drone park in 2019 where companies can freely conduct flight experiments.Source:

    date 22.08.08

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