South Korea, officially the Republic of Korea, is a country in East Asia, constituting the southern part of the Korean Peninsula. The name Korea is derived from Goryeo, a dynasty which ruled in the Middle Ages. South Korea lies in the north temperate zone with a predominantly mountainous terrain. Roughly half of the country's 50 million people reside in the metropolitan area surrounding its capital, the Seoul Capital Area, which is the second largest in the world with over 25 million residents. South Korea is a developed country. It ranks highly in education, quality of healthcare, government transparency, job security, tolerance and inclusion.
Through Drexel's exchange partner Hanyang ERICA, the Steinbright Career Development Center is pleased to offer opportunities with Hexar and S-Core.
HEXAR is a leader in the wearable exoskeleton robot technology. Our company’s major project is development of medical devices, especially a rehabilitation robot. We are developing robots to increase muscular power for various industries such as military and hospitals, more specifically Computer Assisted Manufacturing (CAM)/Computer Programmed Manufacturing (CPM) of rehabilitation robot for people who need knee joint rehabilitation. Also we are developing much more difficult rehabilitation robot technology for hemiplegia and paralysis.
S-Core provides a proven disruptive technology service as a top software development capability. We have participated in a variety of SW platform development projects, especially focusing on SDK or programming system.