South Korea User Forum.

Location: Seoul
Date: 20 October 2016

South Korea User Forum.

Our Korean User Forum was held on 20th October at the El Tower in Seoul, South Korea, and with over 55 delegates, was our most successful to date! 

Over 55 delegates from Korean OEMs, suppliers and academic institutions joined us for our User Forum in Seoul. Delegates had the opportunity to keep up to date with our latest technology developments, hear from existing customers and users about how they incorporate Romax in their design processes and also hold one-to-one meetings and discuss design challenges with Romax technical experts.

Technology Integration in an Electro-mechanical World

Our theme this year centred on integrated electro-mechanical drivelines and our Forum provided opportunities for engineers of both mechanical and electrical engineering disciplines to come together and learn about eMotors, NVH, eNVH, efficiency, bearings and Romax 2017 software product releases.

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Keynotes, guest presenters and Romax technical experts presented ations, workshops and user group sessions during the Forum.

Presenters included:

  • Hyundai WIA
  • KIMM
  • Chungnam National University

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If you would like more information on our Korean User Forum 2016 or plans for our 2017 event please email or call our Seoul Office on +82 (0) 70 7580 6210. 

Take a look at a selection of photos from our Korean User Forum 2016. 

Day 1 - 20th October

  • 09:30
  • Registration and coffee

  • 10:00
  • Welcome and Company Introductions

  • 10:15
  • Romax Keynote: Future Trends of Transmissions and Simulation - Andy Poon, CEO, Romax Technology

  • 10:45
  • LAUNCH: Romax Software Releases 2017 - Michael Platten, Noise and Vibration Specialist, Romax Technology

  • 11:15
  • Process Automation and Integration Using Romax Software Suite - Examples and Success Stories - Hyewon Shin, Engineering Consultant, Romax Technology Korea

  • 11:40
  • Coffee and Tea Break

  • 11:55
  • Hyundai WIA - A Study on a Correlation with Vibration Response of EV Reducer - Jungho Seo, Senior Researcher, Hyundai WIA

  • 12:25
  • Consideration of Multi-Physics Interactions in the Design of Electric and Hybrid Vehicles - Ines Choi, Engineering Manager, Romax Technology Korea