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  1. IOT IN MALAYSIA CURRENT & FUTURE TECHNOLOGY TRENDS Dr. Mazlan Abbas CEO - REDtone IOT Sdn Bhd Email: mazlan.abbas@redtone.com INTAN SARAWAK Oct. 7, 2016

  2. AGENDA Introduction to Internet of Things – Definition – Benefits IOT in Malaysia – National IOT Strategic Roadmap IOT Applications Introduction to Smart Cities – Building Your Smart City Solutions – Challenges • • • •

  3. WHERE ARE WE? IOT IN MALAYSIA

  4. NATIONAL IOT STRATEGIC ROADMAP

  5. IOT MARKET

  6. GLOBAL IOT IMPLEMENTATIONS

  7. IOT SPENDING

  8. IOT MARKET

  9. IOT ECOSYSTEM WHO ARE THE IOT PLAYERS?

  10. STEP UP OR RISK BEING LEFT BEHIND RECOMMENDATIONS

  11. (1) APPOINT SMART CITY CHAMPIONS • Appoint Chief Smart City Officer (CSCO). We need a champion that can take the blueprint or smart city framework into reality. • The CSCOs must have a clear vision of Smart City and must be able to close the gaps, break any barriers and have the drive to make it happen. • Data must not be kept in silos. IOT will be a failure if it's not able to be aggregated into a single platform. • The industry can contribute on the other part of the equation, but the desire and passion must come from the City Champions themselves.

  12. (2) THINK LIKE A STARTUP WHEN BUILDING SMART CITIES • The investment for a Smart City deployment can be very huge but also can easily become a white elephant if done hastily or without proper management. • Many initiatives will not be able to sustain if the idea is just to get the limelight of the official launches but energy will quickly disappear after a month. • Use the Minimum Viable City approach - Build, Measure, and Learn. Scale when the city is ready. • The government must allocate fund for Pilot Trials since IoT is something new and need to experiment fully within the Malaysian context. The acceptance of Smart City solutions in many countries differs due the diversity of people and culture. • Smart City and IoT projects will be an excellent enabler to spur the local indigenous goods and companies.

  13. (3) NEW POLICIES & ENFORCEMENT ARE KEY • Imagine when cars are mandatory to be equipped with sensors, connectivity, and GPS. Security, maintenance, car hiring, usage-based insurance and many new and innovative applications can be created. • What if all factories or buildings that have a risk of creating pollution being fitted with environmental sensors attached and continuously monitored for any violations? • Imagine if companies who want to reduce the medical costs of their staffs will provide a wearable device that measures the number of steps, heart rate and much more. • Suddenly we see an exponential growth of IoT devices and applications in Malaysia!

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  15. THANK YOU REDtoneIOT @REDtoneIOT • EMAIL: mazlan.abbas@redtone.com • TWITTER: @mazlan_abbas • FACEBOOK: www.facebook.com/drmazlanabbas • LINKEDIN: my.linkedin.com/in/mazlan/ • SLIDESHARE: www.slideshare.net/mazlan1 • ABOUT ME: about.me/mazlan.abbas