More than anything else, the voluntary participation of Seoul citizens and the combination of new attempts and creative challenges utilizing cutting-edge technologies by the public and private sectors are making Seoul’s own smart city differentiate itself from other cities. The Digital Mayor’s Office is a smart city digital platform where it’s possible to see the status of the entire city at a glance in real-time. It is one of the indispensable practices that the world’s mayors and delegations learn when they visit Seoul. The dynamics of this city and the participation of citizens are the factors that make a city smart. The Seoul smart city is the product of humanity’s agony and introspection on making life happier and fuller, and the output of both the city and the citizens by actively implementing and using state-of-the-art technologies. Moreover, a smart city has become the most useful method to enhance the quality of life of citizens and an efficient tool to resolve global urban challenges.
Digital mobile television refers to television broadcasting over handheld or mobile devices. This new type of broadcasting is changing the market for television programming in many ways. One of the most significant aspects of mobile television is the provision of television broadcasts through smartphones. With smartphone adoption experiencing exponential growth, broadcasters use systems like third-party pay-for-performance services and Internet portals to deliver television broadcasts directly through these portable devices. Other kinds of mobile television are also being introduced to this broad consumer environment. Mobile television is evolving from the traditional broadcast medium in the same way that cable television evolved from traditional network television. The difference is that the venues for broadcasts are being fragmented into different types of wireless networking setups.
Key Activities: Wired and Wireless broadband internet services, digital mobile TV (SG8)