The natural water quality in Korea has improved significantly in the last 20 years since major collective national initiatives were implemented by governmental agencies, non-governmental organizations, and professionals among many others. Recently instrumentation, control, and automation (ICA) technology has become one of the most important technologies for carrying out this task. Korea has become especially well known with a strong reputation for information technology and international business with commercial products like semi-conductors, computers, mobile phones, computer games, and other electronic products. In this paper the background of Korean water quality is reviewed and several of the most significant national projects related to ICA are discussed. The major projects may include the Automatic Monitoring Network of River Water Quality and the Integrated Management System of Wastewater Treatment Plants in Upper Basin Area of Multi-purpose Dams.
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Research Article| February 01 2006
ICA and water in Korea – overview
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Water Sci Technol (2006) 53 (4-5): 17–24.
C. Kim, T.-J. Park, S.-H. Kim, I. Hwang, J.-E. Oh, J. Ko; ICA and water in Korea – overview. Water Sci Technol 1 February 2006; 53 (4-5): 17–24. doi: https://doi.org/10.2166/wst.2006.106
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