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.
Malaysia is leaping into the digitisation age and everyone needs to embrace and be part of it, Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak made clear the vision set out for the country with various initiatives driven by MDEC and relevant agencies. Rightly so, industrial revolution 4.0 is the termed used for this phenomena where every industry is being digitised by technology while there incumbents call it ‘Disruption’ we like to call it ‘Enabling’.
Cyberview Sdn Bhd, the tech hub enabler for Cyberjaya has launched a platform to connect individuals with movers and shakers in particular technology spaces of expertise.
Mastercard, Cyberview and the Malaysian Global Innovation & Creativity Centre (MaGIC) have entered a collaboration to transform Cyberjaya, a technology hub in Malaysia, with a focus on cashless initiatives.
On its recent 20th anniversary, Malaysia's Cyberjaya is adopting a new ambition as a model smart city and as a global tech hub bolstered by 11 major announcements. At the anniversary event, the Malaysian prime minister Datuk Seri Mohd. Najib Tun Abdul Razak reviewed Cyberjaya's evolving goals as the physical heart of Malaysia's digital development plan.
Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak today announced the setting up of Cyberjaya Innovation Fund for the Future (CIFF). The fund, aimed at supporting inventions and innovations towards developing Cyberjaya as a smart city, would be managed by Cyberview Sdn Bhd.
Datuk Seri Najib Abdul Razak has announced 11 major projects and initiatives to turn Cyberjaya into a smart city model. The Prime Minister said they were the Cyberjaya City Centre, the Cyberjaya Innovation Fund for the Future (CIFF), the Financial Technology (FinTech) Regional Hub, the Cyberjaya Futurise Centre, the Blue Ocean Entrepreneurs Township (BOET).