This is the eighth post in our series: Discover Korea’s Tech, where we will talk to a mix of Korean startup entrepreneurs who stood their own ground with their technology, in Korea’s economy notoriously dominated by gigantic companies. Stay tuned over the coming month as we talk to Korean entrepreneurs. You can follow our updates @technodechina for new stories in the series.

When the Sewol ferry capsized, it took 304 souls with it. This raised awareness of safety in every sector and every industry in the country after. China has also seen many industrial accidents over the past few decades, including factory explosions and mudslides. Unfortunately, it is common for safety managers to often inspect the site as a mere formality, leading to higher chances of accidents, injuries, and fatalities.

Great Safety Information Laboratory (GSiL) aims to solve this problem by providing an AI-powered safety management system for safety managers.

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Eva Yoo

Eva Yoo is Shanghai-based tech writer. Reach her at evayoo@technode.com