MELAKA, 2 May 2019 – The Malaysian Industry-Government Group for High Technology (MIGHT), together with Melaka Green Technology Corporation, Global Environment Facility (GEF), World Bank, and United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) organized the publication launch of the Melaka Sustainability Outlook Diagnostic: Pathway to Urban Sustainability. This initiative aligns with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
BANDAR HILIR 3 Mei – Penerbitan laporan Melaka Sustainability Outlook Diagnostic : Pathway to Urban Sustainability menjadi panduan kepada kerajaan negeri merangka dasar Melaka 2035. Ketua Menteri, Adly Zahari berkata, menerusi laporan tersebut ia menjadi kayu pengukur kepada pembangunan dirancang dan dibawa kerajaan negeri bagi memastikan kemajuan serta kepesatan dicapai mampu bertahan pada masa hadapan.
As its eco-system connecting dedicated citizens, initiatives, companies and local authorities and enable them to solve social problems and create sustainable social impact through social business
Sunway City obtained the Multimedia Super Corridor (MSC) Malaysia Cybercentre status, thus creating an ecosystem that fosters a competitive environment to attract and support information technology (IT)-enabled industries. Today, Sunway City is fully Wi-Fi enabled providing free wireless internet access in all public and commercial areas.
Our Smart City initiative, synergizing with the Living Lab initiative, adopts intelligent technologies to promote more efficient public service and city living, higher quality of life within a safe city, and greater sustainability for the environment.
In April 1994, the Government approved a Conceptual Scheme, based on the Garden City Concept, to turn Putrajaya into an intelligent city and a ‘city-in-a-garden’.
The Smart Selangor initiative by the Selangor State Government seeks to leverage the Internet of Things (IoT) solutions in improving the quality life of its citizens, in line with the urbanisation wave. The Initiative encompasses an initial 3-year plan to realise its vision of transforming Selangor into a world-class Smart State
To create Melaka as a hub of green technology in the country, regional and international levels by 2020
Iskandar Malaysia is envisioned to be a metropolis that is ahead of its time, where living, entertainment, and business would seamlessly converge within a vibrant and sustainable environment of international standing.
The Greater Kuala Lumpur/Klang Valley (Greater KL) was designated as a National Key Economic Area (NKEA) under Malaysia’s Economic Transformation Programme (ETP).