IMM IAViC 19′ organizing committee visit to Malaysia Automotive, Robotics & IoT Institute (MARii)

IMM IAViC 19′ organizing committee visit to Malaysia Automotive, Robotics & IoT Institute (MARii)

Visit to Malaysia Automotive, Robotics and IoT Institute (MARii) by IMM IAViC2019 Organising Committee. Special thanks to Dato' Madani Sahari, CEO of MARii. "The only limit to our realization of tomorrow will be our doubts of today."Frank D. ROOSEvelt Calling all Aerospace, Automotive, Rail, Oil&Gas industry players!Available exhibition space in November, but limited! Or book yourself a seat! Level up with latest technology and capability of industrial revolution 4.0. Venue: Sheraton Imperial, Kuala LumpurDate: 13-14 November 2019International Speakers1. Prof. Reza N. Jazar, RMIT University Melbourne Australia2. Kazuhito Kato, NHK Spring Co. Ltd. Japan3. Prof. Mohammad Fard, RMIT University Melbourne Australia To register, please contact International Applied Vibration Conference 2019 (IAViC 2019) or email to iavic.events@firm-motion.com For any enquiries, please contact:1. Assoc. Prof. Dr. Rahizar Ramli at Mobile No.: +60 19-279 6970 or Email: rahizar@um.edu.my2. Abdul Qaiyum Alidin at Mobile No.: +6017 6949806 or Email: abdul.qaiyum.alidi04@gmail.com ...
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IAViC2019 Visit To MIGHT – Malaysian Industry Government Group for High Technology

IAViC2019 Visit To MIGHT – Malaysian Industry Government Group for High Technology

Visit to MIGHT by IMM IAViC2019 Organising Committee in Cyberjaya. Special thanks to Datuk Dr. Mohd Yusoff Sulaiman, President and CEO of MIGHT - Malaysian Industry Government Group for High Technology, and very friendly host Mr. Mohd Zakwan Mohd Zabidi, Senior Vice President and Puan Rohaiza Muhamad, Programme Director. Semoga terus sukses! Calling all Aerospace, Automotive, Rail, Oil&Gas industry players!Available exhibition space in November, but limited! Or book yourself a seat! Level up with latest technology and capability of 4.0. Venue: Kuala LumpurDate: 13-14 November 2019International Speakers1. Prof. Reza N. Jazar, RMIT University2. Kazuhito Kato, Japan3. Prof. Mohammad Fard, RMIT University To register, please contact International Applied Vibration Conference 2019 (IAViC 2019) or email to iavic.events@firm-motion.com For any enquiries, please contact:1. Assoc. Prof. Dr. Rahizar Ramli at Mobile No.: +60 19-279 6970 or Email: rahizar@um.edu.my2. Abdul Qaiyum Alidin at Mobile No.: +6017 6949806 or Email: abdul.qaiyum.alidi04@gmail.com ...
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IAViC2019 Visit to GMI – German-Malaysian Institute

IAViC2019 Visit to GMI – German-Malaysian Institute

Visit to German-Malaysian Institute - GMI by IMM IAViC2019 Organising Committee. Special thanks to our host Professor Dato' Dr Abdul Hakim Juri, GMI and also Mr. Mohd Syukri Abdullah. Semoga terus sukses! Calling all Aerospace, Automotive, Rail, Oil&Gas industry players!Available exhibition space in November, but limited! Or book yourself a seat! Level up with latest technology and capability of 4.0. Venue: Kuala LumpurDate: 13-14 November 2019International Speakers1. Prof. Reza N. Jazar, RMIT University2. Kazuhito Kato, Japan3. Prof. Mohammad Fard, RMIT University To register, please contact International Applied Vibration Conference 2019​ (IAViC 2019) or email to iavic.events@firm-motion.com For any enquiries, please contact:1. Assoc. Prof. Dr. Rahizar Ramli at Mobile No.: +60 19-279 6970 or Email: rahizar@um.edu.my2. Abdul Qaiyum Alidin at Mobile No.: +6017 6949806 or Email: abdul.qaiyum.alidi04@gmail.com#NoDrowsyDriving #WeAreAutonomously ...
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Early Drowsiness Detection System (EDDS)

Early Drowsiness Detection System (EDDS)

https://www.infosys.com/…/Pages/autonomous-technologies.aspx Autonomous/Automation ⚙ is the other class of technology that can monitor, take control or operate any processes with accuracy without human intervention. Autonomous technology will enrich the current existing technology in such way as it involves with sensors, artificial technology (AI), and analytical capabilities which can increase the potential to make independent decisions based on the gathered input. Various factors have contributed to the increasing usage of autonomous technologies. Enterprises in the automotive industry are expected to be one of the biggest contributors of autonomous technologies. Autonomous technology also have the potential to accelerate manufacturer's journey towards industry 4.0. International Applied Vibration Conference 2019 (IAViC 19') Meet the inventor and the team who invented Early Drowsiness Detection System (EDDS), Dr. Mohd Amzar Azizan. Calling all 📣 Aerospace, Automotive, Rail, Oil&Gas industry players🐱‍🏍 ! Available exhibition space in November, but limited! Or book yourself a seat! Time is ticking UP !! What are you waiting for 😆?? Venue: Kuala Lumpur Date: 13-14 November 2019 International Speakers 1. Professor. Reza N. Jazar, RMIT University Melbourne, Australia ✔ 2. Kazuhito Kato,...
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Acumen Academy Malaysia

Acumen Academy Malaysia

We had such an amazing turn out for our info session in Kuching that we couldn't fit enough chairs into our discussion circle! We had individuals from non-profits, social entreprises, private sector and even the Mayor of North Kuching, YB Datuk Haj Abang Abdul Wahap, in the house! Thank you everyone for your enthusiasm and for the great insights you brought to the floor. We're so inspired by your stories and your passion to uplift your communities. With Kuching done, we've officially wrapped up all our info sessions. 🎉 If you've missed out on our info sessions and would like to know more about the Acumen Fellows Programme, head on to https://acumen.fyi/globalinfo to replay the webinar led by Bavidra Mohan, Director of Leadership from Acumen HQ. #AcumenAcademyMY #AcumenFellowsMY P.s - Thank you SMA - TEGAS Digital Innovation Hub for hosting us in your beautiful space! Photo from Acumen Academy Malaysia Photo from Acumen Academy Malaysia Photo from Acumen Academy Malaysia...
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PeKa B40 well-received in Sarawak

PeKa B40 well-received in Sarawak

PeKA B40 is well-received by members of the public.-NSTP/FAIZ ANUAR. KUCHING: New healthcare scheme for the low-income group, PeKA B40, has been well-received in Sarawak and saw 46 private clinics registered as panels over the past two weeks. Sarawak Health Department director Dr Jamilah Hashim said among the clinics that have registered statewide were Klinik Kesihatan Sim and Klinik Yee in Miri, Klinik Perubatan Teddy and Union Clinic in Bau. Jamilah said the scheme, which is in effect yesterday, focused on cooperation between public and private sectors to aid the B40 group to enjoy a wider range of healthcare facilities, especially services by private general practitioners. Among the services include are medical examinations for hypertension, diabetes and kidney complications. Panel clinics will have PeKa B40 special stickers posted at the entrance. Among them is Wong Family Clinic in Kuching, which described the implementation of the scheme as “significant” especially among community doctors. “The scheme allows me to play a better role in serving the lower income group...
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Sarawak takes key initiatives in education

Sarawak takes key initiatives in education

The physical state of schools in Sarawak and the equally vital importance of the quality of education have been the subject of some debate lately. This happened especially since the state government more or less took matters into its own hands with the creation of a state Ministry of Education when Chief Minister Datuk Patinggi Abang Johari Tun Openg made a state Cabinet reshuffle soon after he took office earlier in the year. Assistant Minister of Education, Science and Technological Research Dr Annuar Rapaee made some startling revelations last month. “There are 1,020 dilapidated schools in Sarawak, of which 415 are under Category 3, 210 in Category 2 and 395 in Category 1. Category 3 is the worst category (for state of disrepair). “Hence it is the right time for the state’s Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Research to take charge, especially in maintenance and refurbishment as well as development (of these schools), and not depending on federal contractors,” he said...
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Conservation key theme of WWF-M’sia’s mural project

Conservation key theme of WWF-M’sia’s mural project

The team from WWF-Malaysia Sarawak Conservation Programme in a photo-call with their first mural project at CHMS No 3. KUCHING: Worldwide Fund For Nature (WWF)-Malaysia Sarawak Conservation Programme recently took on its first mural painting project at Chung Hua Middle School (CHMS) No 3 here to raise awareness of species conservation. The joint project, which ran from Aug 13 to 15, involved 15 WWF-Malaysia staff members and interns, local artists, as well as teachers and students CHMS No 3. The 8.5m-by-2.6m mural created features four species of hornbills – the rhinoceros hornbill (Buceros rhinoceros), the white-crowned hornbill (Berenicornis comatus), the wreathed hornbill (Aceros undulatus) and the wrinkled hornbill (Aceros corrugatus). According to WWF-Malaysia, only eight hornbill species can be found in Sarawak and they are categorised as Totally Protected Species under Sarawak Wild Life Protection Ordinance 1998. “Our hornbills are threatened by hunting, especially for their feathers as cultural headgear and attire in ethnic culture. Such hunting was especially rampant in the past but evven...
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Poll shows M’sian workers need tech know-how for IR4.0

Poll shows M’sian workers need tech know-how for IR4.0

PETALING JAYA: More than 60% of Malaysians surveyed expect their jobs to be taken over by automation in the next five to 10 years. However, 87% of those polled feel equipped to deal with the new wave of digitalisation. According to the latest Q2 2019 Randstad Workmonitor study, 63% out of the 400 Malaysians polled expected their jobs to be automated, which is 12% higher compared with Singapore. Malaysia is still considered 29 points or 34% higher than the global average of those who expect their jobs to be taken over by machines. The survey noted that 89%, or close to nine in 10 respondents, said their bosses should invest more in developing their workers’ digital skills as well as help them to stay employable. More than 71% of employees also said their bosses had an increasing need for those with Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) skills and capabilities. Similarly, analysis of vacancy data shows that the median advertising duration for a STEM vacancy is...
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