Back in 2015, we wrote about an app that’s pretty handy when you’re making vacation plans. It deals with one of the big heart-renders when it comes to exchanging money: finding out another money exchange outlet nearby has better rates than what you got.
Back when the possibly overused buzzword “fintech” wasn’t even a thing, 2 bankers saw a gap they could fill in. In 2014, Naysan Munusamy and Adrian Yap realised that although there were a lot of tech startups in Asia, no one was really delving into the finance side.
Startups form an essential aspect of the drive to ignite innovation and development by Malaysia's burgeoning smart city Cyberjaya, which has set its sights on becoming a global tech hub during its recent 20th anniversary celebrations.
TheLorry is known as one of the pioneers of making cargo transporting a more seamless process. Through their platform, they matchmake customers with logistics services.
Elements like open offices and flat organisation structures are fast becoming the norm, with many corporations embracing these qualities.
Cyberjaya is looking at providing the relevant support to enable more smart city solutions. In support of its smart city ambition, Cyberjaya has rolled out several initiatives to build an ecosystem that will support and enable smart city solutions. This include building hard and soft infrastructure, says Cyberview Sdn Bhd technology hub development division head Mahadhir Aziz.
IN THE current instalment of its accelerator programme, Cyberview, the tech hub enabler leading the transformation of Cyberjaya into a Global Technology Hub continues its focus on startups in both the fintech and IoT spaces.
Cyberjaya kini telah memasuki 20 tahun penubuhannya sebagai bandar pintar pertama di Malaysia. Kami telah berkesempatan untuk melawat Cyberview, iaitu badan yang bertanggungjawab untuk pembangunan infrastruktur pintar di Cyberjaya untuk menyingkap sejauh mana pintarnya tulang belakang Multimedia Super Coridor ini.
DOUBLE parking is a nuisance, especially during peak hours. It is common nowadays to see people leaving their phone numbers on the dashboard or leaving their handbrakes off so that others can push the car if it is blocking one’s path.
The dream of living in a smart city with water level monitoring, traffic control, intelligent street lighting, smart parking, smart waste disposal, environmental and infrastructure monitoring can all be realised with (LoRa) - low power, long range wide area network technology.