Author: Manoj Menon
While Malaysia’s developments in physical and digital infrastructure are a national priority, improvements in “soft” infrastructure remain an elusive concept that could undermine the country’s aspirations to achieve developed nation status.
Frost & Sullivan, through its Tech Vision analysis, has identified 50 disruptive technologies. In this instalment, Manoj Menon looks at how M2M communications, self-healing polymers, drones and low-cost sensors can help solve Malaysia’s water issues.
Frost & Sullivan’s Manoj Menon kicks off a new series that will explore the top 50 disruptive technologies identified by the firm in its Tech Vision analysis, beginning with a look at how sensor fusion, unmanned aerial vehicles, predictive data and context aware computing can be applied prior to or in the aftermath of floods to prevent or mitigate damage and devastation.