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Technology the backbone of smart cities
Laura Lee | 06 Jan 2017 00:30
TECHNOLOGY is expected to resolve issues faced by smart cities, and Cyberjaya in Selangor is no exception. Cyberview Sdn Bhd managing director Datuk Faris Yahaya’s primary responsibility is to ensure Cyberjaya’s transformation into a global tech hub. Hence, he tells FocusM: “We want to ensure that all elements of a smart city are present and available in Cyberjaya.” Cyberjaya’s global tech hub blueprint focuses on nine areas, including information and communication technology (ICT) and green technology. The tech hub enabler and community builder says plans are afoot to have CoCre8, a collaboration centre to be built in Cyberjaya’s future cluster 2 site.

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