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.

Smart CITY’s unwavering mission

i-City is partnering with Huawei Enterprise Malaysia (Huawei) to realise a next-generation smart city for Malaysia’s No. 1 Technology City – converging smart infrastructure and solutions, as well as property technology (PropTech). Through the partnership, i-City – with its existing capabilities as a smart city – will explore cutting-edge technologies, such as autonomous vehicles, smarter…

Cover Story: The 5G debate

Every Malaysian should pay attention to the ongoing debate on how 5G or the fifth generation of cellular networks, which boasts superb broadband speeds and connectivity, is rolled out here. That’s because it is a policy decision that could impact how fast the country catches up in the race towards developed high-income nation status and…

Towards a sustainable smart city

Smart cities used to be a utopian dream. Today, momentum is building towards realizing the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (UNSDGs). Management and Science University (MSU) hosts the Research and Innovation of Private Higher Education Network (RIPHEN) Sustainable Communities Symposium 2020-2021. Held virtually at the MSU main campus in Shah Alam recently, RIPHEN’s Sustainable Communities…

Program rintis Sandbox Lebuhraya Pintar, inovasi penyelenggaraan lebuh raya

ADHAM (kanan) melawat bilik kawalan lalu lintas bersama Ketua Pegawai Operasi PLUS Malaysia Berhad, Zakaria (kiri) selepas Majlis Pelancaran Program Rintis Sandbox Lebuh Raya Pintar kerjasama antara Sandbox Teknologi dan Inovasi Nasional (INTIS) dan Plus Malaysia Berhad di Persada Plus. FOTO BERNAMA   Kuala Lumpur: Program Rintis Sandbox Lebuhraya Pintar dilancarkan hari ini menyediakan medium…

UK and Malaysia share transport ideas

West Midlands initiative will assist the RTCC in improving its coordination across public transport and road networks (© David Clarke | Dreamstime.com)   The UK’s West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA) is cooperating with a Malaysian government body in transport technology and smart cities development over the next three years.  The Memorandum of Understanding with Iskandar Regional Development Authority (IRDA)…

Strong business fundamentals anchor Kulim Technology Park’s future growth

KULIM, Nov 22  — Kulim Technology Park Corporation (KTPC) is looking to ‘meet and exceed’ client’s requirements to remain a premier tech-park in the region. Group chief executive officer Mohd Sahil Zabidi said to further value-add to its services and offerings, the company is looking to strengthen Kulim Hi-Tech Park’s industrial ecosystem. This means attracting supporting industries, perhaps by way of a small and…