BARU-BARU ini, Institut Integriti Malaysia (Integriti) dengan kerjasama Razak School of Government telah menganjurkan Konvensyen Integriti Nasional (KIN) 2016 sempena Bulan Konvensyen. Lebih 400 peserta dengan sebahagian besarnya penjawat awam telah menjayakan konvensyen kesembilan itu.
KUALA LUMPUR: Despite rising interest in the Internet of things (IoT) with more companies announcing ventures into IoT, an explosive growth in the sector is only expected in two to three years along with the anticipated increase in Internet speed to fifth generation or 5G, and the drop in global cost of IoT sensor.
There is a metaphor referred to as “splitting hairs” when a person argues the finest (and sometimes pointless) semantics of an issue, but as I found out one evening with the erudite and articulate Dr Rezal Khairi Ahmad, splitting hairs specifically slicing and dicing a strand of hair 100,000 times is the perfect way to demonstrate to a non-scientific person the depth and breadth of nanotechnology.
MIMOS R&D supports the country’s digital transformation agenda. Our industry transformation journey entails leveraging technology trends and investing in advanced manufacturing technologies and processes; complemented with programmes in innovation, skills development and productivity improvement.
17 Feb – OpenNebula TechDay Kuala Lumpur saw local experts from MIMOS sharing their knowledge and thoughts
11-14 Apr – Atomic and Molecular Spectroscopy seminar and workshop, jointly organised with Agilent Technologies
30-31 May – Hands-on Seminar on Fibre Optic Sensor for lecturers, doctorates and postgraduate students
29 Aug – Nvidia Deep Learning Day featured enlightening presentations on deep learning on GPU with a hands-on session
The MIMOS Tech Talk series featuring IoT in May, Analytics – the Next Big Thing (Sept) and Digital Finance (Oct)
MIMOS subject matter experts are notable speakers, such as at the Asia-Pacific Smart Cities Forum, the Global Symposium on Innovative Financial Inclusion and OpenNebula TechDay.
Enabling industry transformation
As national R&D centre in ICT, MIMOS is often the trendsetter in technology development, generating patented technologies and proofs-of-concepts that can be applied to the government’s key challenges. With our innovative technologies, we provide customer-oriented solutions to enable the government to deliver better services and the industry to achieve continued growth.
UNIFYING PLATFORM… MIMOS Internet Services of Things (Mi-MIST) provides a common platform that integrates the multitude of interconnected smart sensors, devices and services running in the IoT sphere so that these various players can “speak the same language” thus enable the creation new IoT services, devices and applications. The application enablement platform was launched in Aug 2016.
DIGITAL PASSPORT FOR MALAYSIAN DURIAN… Launched in July 2016, MyTrace is an IoT-based food traceability system that incorporates a biotechnology-based DNA marker for authenticity verification of premium agro-produce for export market. Usage of the system helps to reduce counterfeiting of Malaysian premium agro-products.
NO MORE CABLES… Launched in Aug 2016, RecoMedia is an IoT-based smart presentation solution designed on the Mi-MIST platform where individuals and groups can share and view presentations wirelessly.
RESOURCE OPTIMISATION… SMART Force is a manpower analytics solution that enables the Royal Malaysia Police (PDRM) to increase the efficiency of their operations by harnessing the power of Big Data. With SMART Force, police resources will be assigned to crime hotspots according to priority locations, tasks and resource availability.
THERE YOU ARE… Mi-Tuju is an indoor navigation and tracking system that provides indoor maps and location information for easy navigation. Whenever and wherever GPS signal is not available but there are alternative signals such as WiFi or Bluetooth, Mi-Tuju will know what is around and show you how to get there.
MEASURED ENVIRONMENT… MIMOS Smart Aquafarming allows users to develop and build a cost-effective aquaculture ICT ecosystem which includes smart sensors for water-quality monitoring, a triggering mechanism and control solutions. The system allows users to react immediately if there is a change on the water quality that will affect the aquatic livelihood.
New challenges that bring innovation opportunities