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Five startups from Cyberview Living Lab Accelerator (CLLA) 2018 programme had showcased innovative Smart City solutions by capitalizing on technologies such as Financial Technology (FinTech), Internet of Things (IoT) and Robotics & Artificial Intelligence (AI).
CYBERJAYA, a town in Sepang, Selangor, that was launched in 1997 could be on the cusp of a new growth wave.
A NEW relationship between Geelong and Cyberjaya, Malaysia will lead to an era of trade and investment with Southeast Asia and highlights the city’s growing reputation as a regional hub for innovation and entrepreneurship.
TheLorry founders Nadhir Ashafiq and Goh Chee Hau made headlines last year when both they and their company made it on the Forbes 30 under 30 Asia list
Opening up to startups that focus on robotics and AI, tech enabler Cyberview wants to transform Cyberjaya into a global hub, writes Balqis Lim
While some are not entirely convinced about the grand idea of turning Cyberjaya into a Smart City, one cannot deny how much the city has grown in the last two decades. Today, it has a population of over 100,000 and smart solutions are shaping the streets
AS CYBERVIEW continues on its smart city plan, it is tweaking its strategy of how it supports tech startups to ensure a better success rate, not just for the startups, but also for the city.
It all started back on 17 May 1997 when YAB Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad officiated the groundbreaking ceremony
CYBERVIEW Sdn Bhd, the company leading Cyberjaya’s transformation into a Global Technology Hub has shortlisted five startups to participate in the latest instalment of the Cyberview Living Lab Accelerator (CLLA) Programme.