Malaysia International Centre for Sustainable Cities (MyICSC) is initiative to encourage smart cities stakeholders to build Sustainable Cities and Communities as per UNDP SDG-11. It’s offers a powerful opportunity to leverage the knowledge and shared learning of an entire initiative, support the achievement of high performance at all locations, and accelerate the broad-based adoption of innovative advances.

MIGHT, Confexhub akan keluarkan buku panduan, Malaysia Smart City Outlook 2021-2022

KUALA LUMPUR, 28 Jun — Kumpulan Industri-Kerajaan Bagi Teknologi Tinggi Malaysia ​(MIGHT) dan Confexhub akan mengeluarkan buku panduan “Malaysia Smart City Outlook 2021- 2022 (MSCO) – An Overview of Malaysia’s Smart City Technology, Industry Landscape, Priorities and The Way Forward”. Dalam kenyataan bersama hari ini, MIGHT dan Confexhub berkata dengan tema “Embracing Technology Towards Enhancing Smart Cities and Communities”, MSCO…

Smart cities for the future

PETALING JAYA: Malaysia, which hopes to have at least five smart cities established in the country by 2025, could take a page from China’s experience in digitalisation and enhance collaboration in the area of digital space, particularly in the area of smart cities, said Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department (Economy) Datuk Seri Mustapa Mohamed. “Malaysia…

Malaysia, UK to collaborate in smart city development

PUTRAJAYA (June 22): Malaysia and the UK have jointly launched the “Smart City Handbook: Malaysia” to promote collaboration and partnership in smart city development between the two countries. The handbook outlines the smart city landscape across Malaysia, and provides examples of interesting UK smart city projects and expertise.  Launched virtually today by Housing and Local Government Minister Datuk…

How APIs Are Powering Smart Cities

Co-Founder and CEO of Stream, an enterprise-grade chat and activity feed provider serving more than a billion end-users. As cities across the United States look toward the future, the importance of collecting and analyzing data is clear. Smart cities — municipalities that use connected technology and data to improve city service efficiencies (think trash pickup and snow removal)…

This is how we create the age-friendly smart city

Senior citizens need help and encouragement to remain active as they age in their own communities. Given the choice, that’s what most would prefer. The smart city can provide the digital infrastructure for them to find and tailor the local neighbourhood information they need to achieve this. Australia has a growing population of older adults, the majority living…