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학술지 우리나라 스포츠 산업의 기술 수준 격차 분석 및 R&D 투자 우선 순위 도출
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저자
임명환
발행일
201706
출처
Journal of Information Technology Applications & Management, v.24 no.2, pp.97-112
ISSN
1598-6284
출판사
한국데이타베이스학회 (KDBS)
DOI
https://dx.doi.org/10.21219/jitam.2017.24.2.001
초록
This paper aims to research the technology level of sports industry, through analyzing the technology gap between Korea and other major countries (USA, Europe, Japan, and China), and provide a list of technologies to be prioritized for R&D investment by conducting an analysis of the strategic importance of various element technologies. The results of the analysis showed that the technology level of Korean sports industry currently stands at 70.5% of the country with the most advanced technology (the USA), and that the technology gap amounts to 4.8 years. It was also found that the USA is the country with the most advanced technology (100%) at present, followed by Europe (91.1%), Japan (88.3%), Korea (70.5%), and China (61.2%). To reduce the technology gap, we established a Strategic Zone (SZ) and derived three element technologies including ‘design and production technologies for sports and game equipment’ in the 1st tier, nine element technologies including ‘3D motion analysis and simulation technology’ in the 2nd tier, and four element technologies including ‘fitness/health promotion and management technology’ in the 3rd tier. The significance of this research is that it included five major technology categories of the sports industry in its analysis, selected an expert on sports industry technologies using the delphi method. Therefore, the results of this study may be suitable for use as basic data in establishing the R&D strategy for the future development of the sports industry.
KSP 제안 키워드
3D motion analysis, Analysis and simulation, Basic data, Delphi method, Element technology, Future Development, Health promotion, Simulation technology, Sports industry, Technology gap, Three element