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The Seremban City Council (MBS) will procure electric vehicles (EV) and also encourage property owners to use solar power in its aspiration to turn the Negri Sembilan capital into a smart and low carbon emission city by 2027.

Mayor Datuk Masri Razali said as a start, MBS will acquire four electric scooters this year for enforcement and patrolling.

He said MBS had been working towards achieving these objectives since Seremban obtained city status in 2020.

Weiterlesen: MY: Negeri Sembilan: Seremban to procure electric vehicles to boost green city goals

Iskandar Puteri City Council (MBIP) will instal 500 artificial intelligence-enable closed-circuit television (CCTV) cameras this year as part of the government’s effort to create a smart city.

Iskandar Puteri mayor Datuk Mohd Haffiz Ahmad said the plan was part of MBIP’s Strategic Plan 2026 to turn the city into a safe and sustainable city.

Weiterlesen: MY: Johor: 500 smart CCTV cameras for Iskandar Puteri, says mayor

The Association for Welfare, Community and Dialogue is concerned that issues related to the urban poor seems to have taken a backseat while plans of turning cities into smart green cities have gained prominence.

According to press reports, the government aims to turn the federal territories into smart cities by 2030.

Weiterlesen: MY: Prioritise urban poverty over smart green cities

The Sarawak Multimedia Authority (SMA) and Japan’s Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism (MLIT) will continue to collaborate under the ASEAN Smart City Network (ASCN) and Smart Japan-ASEAN Mutual Partnership (Smart JAMP) programme to support the Kuching Smart City initiative through experience sharing session and personnel capacity building.

Three high ranking officials from MLIT made a courtesy visit to SMA’s office here yesterday to mark this continuous collaboration, said SMA in a statement today.

Weiterlesen: MY: SMA collaborates with Japan’s ministry for Kuching Smart City initiative

The government aims to turn the federal territories into smart cities by 2030.

Prime Minister Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim said this is in line with the concept of Madani Malaysia, which also emphasises the aspect of sustainability with the concept of green city and smart city.

"The Federal Territories Department has also drawn up a development agenda for the future in a sustainable, liveable and smart manner.

Weiterlesen: MY: Anwar: Govt aims to turn federal territories into smart cities by 2030

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