Nuriplan anti-fogging technology to get government support

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Nuriplan anti-fogging technology to get government support

The Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport named a fog dissipation system developed by Nuriplan as an innovative transportation technology on Feb. 22, providing financial and administrative support.
Nuriplan, a Kosdaq-listed infrastructure company headquartered in Gimpo, Gyeonggi, developed a system that detects fog on the road and estimates its density in real time. When the fog is dense enough to cause visibility obstruction, the device automatically sprays anti-fogging agents to prevent possible traffic accidents.
Authorized by the ministry, innovative transportation technology is protected by the National Transport System Efficiency Act for five years. Nuriplan will be able to get financial and administrative support from the ministry until February 2027 to commercialize the anti-fog system.
“We plan to adopt the technology primarily in projects ordered by the government and actively promote our technology targeting local governments at foggy regions to make the road safer,” said a spokesperson for Nuriplan. 
The company aims to operate a trial run in airports and ports, and further apply the technology to military uses.

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