Malaysia
Smart
Cities
Alliance

MALAYSIA SMART CITIES ALLIANCE (MSCA) IS A PLATFORM ESTABLISHED AND LAUNCHED DURING WORLD URBAN FORUM 9 ON 13 FEB 2018 FOR THE COUNCIL MEMBERS TO DELIBERATE ON SMART CITY’S ISSUES AND CHALLENGES AND CREATES AN OPPORTUNITY FOR NETWORKING AMONG THE STAKEHOLDERS.

ASEAN SMART CITIES NETWORK SMART CITY ACTION PLANS

In 2018, 26 pilot cities were chosen to be the pioneers of ASEAN Smart Cities Network (ASCN) to work towards the common goal of smart and sustainable urban development. See each city’s action plan, including vision, focus areas, strategic targets, and priority projects, here

About MSCA

Malaysia Smart Cities Alliance (MSCA) is a platform established and launched during World Urban Forum 9 on 13 Feb 2018 for the council members to deliberate on Smart City’s issues and challenges and creates an opportunity for networking among the stakeholders. The formation of MSCA consist of cross sector participations from academician, governments and industry players. Thus, forming a new structure comprising founding, core, vertical, innovator, market & funding governed by the strategic objectives, specific roles and responsibilities for the members.

Currently in Malaysia, number of ‘smart’ initiatives being executed by few parties across the major cities in Malaysia including Kuala Lumpur, Johor Bahru, Kuching, Kota Kinabalu, Melaka & Ipoh. The MSCA will be synchronizing the initiatives implemented at the targeted cities in Malaysia towards the specific targets of Specific, Measurable, Actionable, Results-focus and Time-bound (SMART).

Malaysian Industry-Government Group for High Technology (MIGHT) will be acting as a Secretariat for MSCA in facilitating the overall rollout of smart cities focusing on the three main pillars covering economic, environmental and social development. The MSCA will be guided by the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) as well as providing alignment and linkages with the 11th Malaysian Development Plan and local city master plan. It is targeted with the innovation via collaboration of this MSCA, it will be further benefitting in improving the sustainability of Malaysian communities.

VISION

Platform for the Malaysian smart city stakeholders in advancing smart cities initiatives

MISSION

Achieve the objectives via collaboration of Public Private Partnership (PPP)

UPCOMING EVENT

No Upcoming Events

Melaka Sustainable Urban Development Report Launching

MSCA Launching

Launching of MSCA Publication @ WUF 2018

MSCA Networking Event @ WUF 2018



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FOUNDERS

Contacts

Malaysian Industry-Government Group for High Technology
Prime Minister’s Department

MIGHT Partnership Hub, Jalan IMPACT
63000 Cyberjaya, Selangor,
Malaysia

Telephone: +603 8315 7888
E-mail: malaysiasca@might.org.my

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