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Enhancing water quality monitoring for Tasik Chini

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Over the years, Tasik Chini in Pekan, Pahang, has become increasingly contaminated with toxic waste, which calls for urgentwaterqualitymonitoring. As one ofthe only twoUnited Nations educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (Unesco) biosphere reserves in Malaysia, the rurallakeservesasasustainabledevelopment learning site.

Covering5,084ha,TasikChiniishome to 87 speciesof freshwaterfish,189speciesofbirds, 51 low-forest species, 15 freshwater swamp forest species and 25 aquatic plants.

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MIMOS TRANSITION TO MITI PROPITIOUS AS MALAYSIA NEARS 2020 GOALS

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THE year 2018 was a watershed for national applied research and development (R&D) centre Mimos, when it was repositioned under the Ministry of International Trade and Industry (Miti) in a shrewdly strategic move by the government to accelerate digital transformation in industries.

The transition was timely, as it has enabled Mimos, which was previously under the purview of Ministry of Energy, Science, Technology, Environment and Climate Change, to lay out new strategies and approaches to meet the demands associated with Industry 4.0, as outlined in the Industry4WRD: National Policy on Industry 4.0 formulated by Miti.

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Ministry pushes for industry`s increased AI and tech adoption

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THE International Trade and Industry Ministry (Miti) has called on industry players to increase mechanisation and automation to enhance productivity in line with Industry 4.0.

International Trade and Industry Minister Datuk Darell Leiking said the ministry and its technologybased agencies were doing the necessary in providing the foundation to accelerate technology adoption by industry via smart partnerships.

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A smart solution to poaching in Royal Belum

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Poaching of wildlife is rife In the country due to the demand for their meat and purported medicinal properties. This is common knowledge among conservationists and environmentalists, if not the general public.

Numerous wildlife species, such as the Malayan tiger, pangolin, sun bear, deer and exotic birds, are targeted. As for flora, again,anything that makes money is a target such as the iconic Rafflesia as well as rare rainforest trees like the gaharu tree or agarwood.

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Revolutionising education for IR4.0

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AT the recent International Conference on Industry 4.0 in Octobĕr, organised by SEGi University at its campus in Kota Damansara, Selangor, prime
minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad stated that as we move the Industry 4.0 sector further, a conducive climate needs to be in place to encourage greater usage and spur innovative product development.

“Investments in the right education must continue to develop the right talent. Young and old generations must be ready to shift towards a knowledge-based economy,” Dr Mahathir added.

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