Finds perfect middle ground between tech and agriculture to change farming Aspires to change the face of paddy farming in Malaysia, a Khazanah startup winner
Using sensors, LoRa technology and MIMOS’ Mi-MIST platform, UPM and MIMOS are able to create a system to monitor conditions of peat swamp forests to avoid dangerous and costly forest fires in dry season.
Leveraging AI and sensors, the ONE PASS can effectively track employee temperature and turn establishments into safe spaces. .
Singapore’s M1 launches the first commercial nationwide NB-IoT network in SEA.
Partnering with Fusionex International and Tapway, Malaysia Airport Holdings is utilizing BDA to extract more value from its retail businesses.
Aiming to have the right people with the right skills to pave the way for the future, Continental Malaysia launches training centre for Manufacturing 4.0
70% of respondents in Asia Pacific are seeing significant returns on IoT, global average 62%. 75% of respondents in Asia Pacific have the process in place to manage IoT security, versus global average of 69%.
Gartner senior vice president Dale Kutnick predicts that physical sensors will grow rapidly in the next 5-10 years, but also warns that digital transformation will lead to massive job cuts in the near future.
Few IoT projects have actually come to fruition despite all the buzz, but a pilot project in Malaysia has gained some traction and could serve as a model for others, according to telco giant Ericsson.
Most organisations get so caught up looking for a groundbreaking application that smaller initiatives completely escape them, writes Philip Soh of Fujitsu Malaysia.