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The Korea Aerospace Research Institute (KARI) has contributed to the development of core aerospace technologies and the improvement of national competitiveness by investing in R&D over three decades. The KARI will continue to contribute to the development of the national economy and the improvement of the quality of life for people by developing world-class aerospace science and technology.
The KARI has met various domestic public demands and enhanced domestic aerospace technology at a global level, by successfully implementing large-scale national R&D projects in the field of aviation, satellite and launch vehicle over the past 30 years.
Twin-engine composite material aircraft (1997)
Medium class aerostat (2009)
|Smart unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) (2012),
localization of Korean helicopter program components (2012),
Solar-Electric Powered High Altitude Long Endurance UAV (2015)
|satellite||Korea Multi-Purpose Satellite - 1 (1999)||Korea Multi-Purpose Satellite - 2 (2006)||Korea Multi-Purpose Satellite - 3 (2012),
5 (2013), 3A (2015),
Communication, Ocean and Meteorological Satellite - 1 (2010),
GEO-Korea Multi-Purpose Satellite - 2A (2018)
|launch vehicle||Sounding rocket KSR-I (1993),
|Sounding rocket KSR-III ('02)||Naro (KSLV-I) (2013),
Nuri test launch vehicle (KSLV-II TLV) (2018)
A total of 19,761 cases Accounting for about 9% of the entire domestic aerospace papers and academic presentations.
A total of 5,802 cases Accounting for about 54% of the entire domestic aerospace patents and intellectual properties.
Recorded 20.3% of technology transfer impact on the increase of 390 million won annual revenue per enterprise on average. Results of a survey on the companies get technology transfer by KARI.
Increased external utilization rate of the constructed infrastructures (27.1% → 75.5%)
* Applicable for the satellite and aviation sector only.
Increased by about 47.1%p early 1999, compared to the U.S. (100)
The Korea Aerospace Research Institute estimated the effect of the investment in R&D over 30 years on economic growth to be 18,776.1 billion won (1.48% of economic growth).
|Production inducement effect||Value-added inducement effect||Employment creation effect|
|7,950.6 billion won||4,506.1 billion won||61,961 persons|
* Based on the domestic input costs (excluding indirect costs) from 1990 to 2017. The small category base coefficient of the inter-industry relations table, Bank of Korea, is applied. Current values were calculated using the GDP deflator of the Bank of Korea's economic statistics system.
The number of institutions participating in R&D activity coorperation with the Korea Aerospace Research Institute over the last 30 years increased about 52 times in the last three years (2015 ~ 2017) compared to the early 1990’s.
* Results of analyzing the internal data of the Korea Aerospace Research Institute (project cooperation and ordering, joint research data, etc.)
The R&D budget of the Korea Aerospace Research Institute contributing to vitalization of aerospace industry ecosystem through re-investment such as prototype production, technology introduction, and outsourcing/joint research.
|7,337 million won||1,497,441 million won|