Located in Universiti Putra Malaysia (UPM), Serdang, Selangor, the Co9P™ is a community-based centre focused on nurturing new I4.0 innovations, with the core idea of bring together local solution providers, academia, and businesses.
The Covid-19 pandemic has kept many SMEs in survival mode. Embracing I4.0, however, could help them address ongoing issues with labour and productivity – and there are ways to step into the new industrial revolution at one’s own pace.
Norhalim Yunus from Malaysian Technology Development Corporation shares the three stages to technology development for SMEs and highlights three commendable Malaysian companies.
NTIS to address immediate & long-term economic needs through innovation Four types of funding schemes available with max allocation of US$3.5mil
To co-invest US$2.3mil with pitchIN and US$460k with MicroLEAP First govt agency to co-invest with an ECF platform in those that meet criteria
The Malaysian Ministry of Entrepreneur Development, together with the Malaysian Technology Development Corporation, launches an accelerator programme aimed to scaleup local manufacturers and getting them ready for Industy 4.0.
Nations, education systems have to change way of thinking, of educating Mastering the complexity in digitalization will be our most common challenge
Long-term growth for businesses and steady income stream will uplift digital economy and Malaysia’s gross domestic product
All six nations in the region have a relatively young population, a growing middle class, high smartphone penetration and good disposable income.
It's almost the toughest article DNA writers have to do, picking their Fave 5 stories of the year past. Here Karamjit Singh shares his favourite stories.