SmartJAMP(2021) Pre-feasibility Study on the Introduction of an Overloaded Vehicle Management System for the Realization of Smart City in the Ministry of Transport, Malaysia
According to the Ministry of Transport of Malaysia (hereinafter referred to as “MOT”), it is necessary to urgently take measures against various adverse effects caused by the running of overloaded vehicles such as pavements and facilities damages, traffic accidents, etc. Under these circumstances, MOT requested support for measures against overloaded vehicles using ICT technology. .
This feasibility study aims to find the possibilities of utilization of ICT technology solution. The solution includes not only overloaded vehicle management, but also utilizing collected data as a big data for various fields, and reduction of workload of staff at static weigh stations.
SmartJAMP(2021) Pre-feasibility Study on the Introduction of a River Risk Management System for the Realization of Smart City in Johor Bahru, Malaysia
In Johor Bahru, Malaysia, the Johor River is one of the main water sources supplying treated water for Iskandar Malaysia. However, the combined effects of rapid development and climate change have caused occurrences of rise in water level of the river and floods along the river to be more frequent and unpredictable. Therefore, a new system providing information for residents to evacuate properly in flooding is needed. Based on such needs, as a part of the promotion of smart city development in Johor Bahru, this project will conduct a survey and study on the introduction of the river disaster risk management system in the Johor River. The project will also examine the effective utilization of a planned Smart city site toward building a future healthcare hub and will introduce possible Japanese healthcare technologies.
SmartJAMP(2021) Feasibility Study on the Introduction of the River Management and Monitoring Tool (RMMT) for the Realization of Smart City in Johor Bahru, Malaysia
In Johor Bahru, Malaysia, the Skudai River is one of the primary water sources supplying treated water for Iskandar Malaysia. However, the combined problems of rapid development and climate change have caused negative influences to the development of water supply facilities and infrastructures, resulting in serious water pollution in the Skudai River. Under this circumstances, it is indispensable to accurately identify the cause of the pollution in order to take effective countermeasures. Therefore, there is a need for development of tools to visualize real-time water pollution in the river and to promote collaboratoion among stakeholders including governments.
Based on such needs, as a part of the promotion of smart city development in Johor Bahru, this project conducts a survey and study on the introduction of a river environment monitoring system in the Skudai River
Smart JAMP(2021) Pre-feasibility Study on the Introduction of Disaster and Traffic Monitoring Systemfor the Realization of Smart City in Kuching, Malaysia
In Kuching, Malaysia, for development of smart city, establishment of a system for overall optimization and improvement of safety by upgrading the traffic and flood management systems, and for improving administrative services in the local government is a pressing issue. This project will conduct a survey and study on the establishment of the holistic traffic and flood monitoring system for smart city development in the city. It aims at interactive analysis of floods and traffic, traffic congestion analysis using the probes technology, and supplementing existing traffic data by analyzing road information using CCTV. Further, the project will also examine the applicability of Japanese technologies and solutions about blockchain to apply for commercial transactions by various economic sectors and government agencies.
SmartJAMP(2021) Pre-feasibility Study on the Introduction of Kuala Lumpur Urban Observatory (KLUO) for the Realization of Smart City in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
In Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, for comprehensive development of smart city, establishment of a platform to integrate and analyze various data which the city owns and stores is a pressing issue. This project will conduct a survey and study on the grand design of the smart city platform and the process of its implementation. Further, the project will also introduce applicable Japanese technologies through seminars, in the fields of waste management system and IoT technologies promoting use of bicycles.