[보안뉴스 박미영 기자] The Ministry of Oceans and Fisheries announced on the 15th that it will use ‘Minecraft’, a metaverse-based game, to create maps for smart ports to promote ‘smart ports’ and distribute them from the 15th so that all the people can enjoy them.
A smart port is a port of the future that utilizes the 4th industrial revolution technology to optimize the port’s logistics flow and connect it in real-time with land and sea logistics systems. The Ministry of Oceans and Fisheries built a map of Minecraft (hereafter referred to as Port Craft) that allows the public to easily compare and experience the existing port and the smart port of the future, and on the 7th, it was pre-released on the Twitch TV channel of the famous YouTuber ‘Yangding’. .
Through Harbor Craft, you can experience various parts of the major facilities of the port, such as △yard area, transfer area, and quay wall area, which are difficult for ordinary people to access. In addition, Port Craft is configured to perform various missions, such as solving problems for the smart port and climbing to the observatory where you can see the entire port, so it has both fun and educational effects.
Port Craft, which any Minecraft user can enjoy on a PC, was distributed through the blog of the Ministry of Oceans and Fisheries on October 15th. In addition, the ‘Port Craft Exploration Video’, previously released by YouTuber Yangding, was also released on the 16th on the YouTube channel ‘Assortion’ of the Ministry of Oceans and Fisheries.
In addition, the Ministry of Oceans and Fisheries will hold a video viewing event from the 16th to the 25th to activate the indirect experience of the smart port through the port craft. To participate, watch the ‘Port Craft Exploration Video’ posted on Asser Ocean and submit the answer to the smart port-related problem along with a viewing verification photo on the event page by following the instructions at the bottom of the video. This event, which will be held for a total of 10 days, will present a chicken gift certificate worth 20,000 won to a total of 100 people through a lottery among those who answered correctly.
Kim Chang-gyun, Director of the Port Department of the Ministry of Oceans and Fisheries, said, “We have created this content to make it easier for the public to access and inform the public about smart ports, which may feel a little unfamiliar. In addition, we will strive to naturally increase interest in and understanding of our ports and seas.”
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