KIGAM has recently developed the smart Integrated Solution System Technology (ISST) in response to cities’ complex geological disasters. The key purposes of the technology are:
KIGAM supports this project with the intention to collaborate, share and transfer of smart Integrated Solution Technology to the CCOP Member Countries. At the end of this proposed project, all MCs will collaborate to prepare a set of regional urban geology project proposal. KIGAM/CCOP will submit the proposal to apply for international funding agencies such as the World Bank and ADB (the Asian Development Bank).
To establish the international cooperative network to promote the smart Integrated Solution Technology Transfer System on Urban Geology to CCOP MCs in SE Asia.
2021: Acquire and promote solutions and technology on urban geology through technology dominant CCOP Cooperating and Member Countries; International seminar on urban geological hazards and disasters will be hold for experts from CCOP MCs and partners.
2022: Establishment of urban geological research network among CCOP CCs and MCs; Convening technical workshops and training course on urban geological disaster for experts in the CCOP MCs and partners; Opening a special session of UG at the Annual Session of the CCOP and establishing a promotional booth;
2023: Holding technical workshop and training on urban geology for experts in the CCOP MCs; Exhibit a promotion booth to promote the KIGAM’s smart Integrated Solution Technology on UG and its related geological hazards and disasters at the Annual Session of the CCOP; Preparation of technological transfer for the KIGAM’s smart Integrated Solution Technology on UG to CCOP MCs in SE Asia; Preparation of a project proposal for international funds for UG disaster;
2024: Establishment of a KIGAM technology promotion booth for the KIGAM’s smart Integrated Solution Technology on urban geology at the CCOP Steering Committee Meeting; Transferring KIGAM’s smart Integrated Solution Technologies of UG from KIGAM to other mega cities of CCOP MCs in SE Asia; and submission of proposals for international fund projects through urban geological disaster cooperatives.