New Straits Times, January 11, 2020 - Digitisation Can Help Agricultural Sector Reap Better Gains
Palm oil can be found in a variety pf products like soaps, cosmetics and biscuits. It is an important commodity in Southeast Asia, particularly in Malaysia. Back in 2018, Malaysia produced over 19.5 million tonnes of crude oil palm from a planted area of 5.8 million hectares. The total export of palm oil and palm-based products was 25.2 million tonnes, which generated export earnings of RM 67.5 billion. But palm oil has encountered a lot of negative headwinds regarding how its farming practices have resulted in deforestation.
New Straits Times, January 9, 2020 - TM Unveils Sim Card for Tourists
TELEKOM Malaysia Bhd (TM) has introduced unifi Travel Pass, a tourist SIM in Malaysia, in partnership with Tourism Malaysia for the Visit Truly Asia Malaysia 2020 campaign. As part of the collaboration, TM through its premier convergence brand-unifi- has introduced a special mobile plan called unifi Travel Pass, designed exclusively for tourists visiting Malaysia.
The Star, January 8, 2020 - Smarter and Faster Cargo Movement
LEADING depot and haulier solution company CargoMove has been working with Digi's iFleet as one of its fleet management partners for a geo-location project initiated by the Port Klang Authority (also known as Lembaga Port Klang, LPK). iFleet is Digi's cloud-based fleet management solution that provides real-time information and alerts on fleet movement and driver behaviour.
The Star, January 8, 2020 - Safety and Health Challenge of Industry 4.0
Industry 4.0 enables faster, more flexible and more efficient processes to produce higher quality goods at reduced cost. A mixture of cloud computing, artificial intelligent (AI), Industrial Internet of Things (IIOT), machine learning, human machine interfaces and advanced analytics, Industry 4.0 is trasforming how employees, equipment and processes interact in industrial workplaces.
Sinar Harian, Januari 30, 2020 - UTeM hasilkan inovasi Handroid
Universiti Teknikal Malaysia Melaka (UTeM) terus mara mengukuhkan nama dalam bidang inovasi apabila berjaya membangunkan Handroid-Sign Language Translator, produk bagi memudahkan komunikasi antara golongan orang kurang upaya (OKU) pekak dan bisu.
The Edge Malaysia, December 30, 2020 - Digitised For The Future
ORANGEBEAM may not immediately strike one as the face of digitisation and all things tech for the building and construction industry. This is no startup or entrepreneur-led outfit that is looking to shake up the industry as it takes its first steps. On the contrary, ORANGEBEAM - with more than three decades of experience and RM14 billion worth of completed projects under its belts - is the epitome of experience and dependability.