MORE than 100 scientific talents and enthusiasts took part in the recent Malaysian leg of the global code-a-thon organised annually by the US National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA).
Ten UK firms with an expertise in connected cities visited South East Asia to pitch their ideas to businesses, investors and government.
The Internet of Things, a world where all kinds of devices are connected via the Internet, promises to drive innovation and growth in the near future. And in this brave new world, we can’t afford to be mere end-users.
The smartphone, with its various functions and apps, is so vital to our lives today that we can’t imagine it ever losing its central role. But that doesn’t mean it won’t.
A government hospital costing RM500 million will be built in the vicinity of Autoville here within the next two years, Treasury secretary-general Tan Sri Dr Mohd Irwan Serigar Abdullah said.
Cyberview Sdn Bhd has secured a Smart City Catalyst funding from the Multimedia Development Corporation (MDeC) to implement a Smart Traffic Management System, or more commonly known as Smart Traffic Lights, in Cyberjaya.
The accomplishment thus far achieved by Cyberjaya is impressive. Enabling this is Cyberview Sdn Bhd, the Technology Hub Enabler for the city.
Several steps have been taken to get Cyberjaya off the starting block in the race to be a Global Technology Hub (GTH). These will hasten the transformation of the city into a global hub.
Sebagai satu inisiatif untuk memberi inspirasi dan minat kepada generasi muda dalam pengaturcaraan dan teknologi maklumat, Cyberview Sdn Bhd (Cyberview), bersama-sama dengan Terato Tech menjalinkan kerjasama dengan Microsoft untuk memperkenalkan kepada dunia program berkaitan pengaturcaraan melalui permainan popular dalam talian Minecraft.