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NTT launches vehicle monitoring trial in Cyberjaya

The PoC will focus on congestion and road safety. NTT will adapt vehicle monitoring technology which it has deployed in the City of Las Vegas since February 2019.

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NTT Group is leading a proof-of-concept (PoC) in Malaysia’s Cyberjaya, aiming to replicate learnings from a similar initiative in Las Vegas.

 

Cameras will be installed at Cyberjaya’s busiest intersection to analyse traffic volume and type, with the aim of reducing traffic congestion and detecting stolen vehicles.

 

The PoC, which will run until March 2020, will explore whether it’s feasible to transfer solutions deployed in Las Vegas to Malaysia, taking into account specific market trends, legal systems and local issues. Business models will also be assessed.

 

Similar technology has been deployed in Las Vegas since 2019.

 

High-tech Cyberjaya

 

As part of a bilateral relationship between Japan and Malaysia, Japanese companies are expected to share technologies and best practices to help tackle challenges and boost economic development in Malaysia.

 

Cameras will be installed at Cyberjaya’s busiest intersection to analyse traffic volume and type, with the aim of reducing traffic congestion and detecting stolen vehicles.

 

The town of Cyberjaya, established in 1997 close to Kuala Lumpur, is central to Malaysia’s Multimedia Super Corridor (MSC). It has attracted many technology companies to its science park and is also home to Malaysia’s first 5G lab for testing solutions.

 

Based on the results of the PoC, NTT Group will look to deploy smart city solutions in Cyberjaya and other cities in Malaysia and ASEAN countries.

 

The PoC will include various divisions of NTT Group, including NTT Communications, NTT Ltd, InfoCom Research, NTT Data and NTT Comware. Tech hub developer Cyberview and infrastructure provider Allo are also taking part.

 

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