NCT inks MOU with Huawei Technologies on smart campus technology

KUALA LUMPUR (July 7): Property developer NCT Group has inked a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Huawei Technologies Malaysia on a smart campus technology for NCT Group's projects. 

The collaboration will identify and evaluate key areas with the opportunity to develop technological and digital solutions to address them. 

NCT Group founder and managing director Datuk Seri Yap Ngan Choy said he is looking forward to this collaboration with Huawei Group and it is a milestone for the group. 

"The smart systems implemented will be very beneficial for our customers and end-users in our projects especially in a very fast paced and technological environment where things like big data, mobile applications for property management and Internet of Things are vastly used," said Yap during a press conference today, adding that it will increase efficiency in the daily work processes. 

Among the systems the group plans to utilise include the smart pole system which is used to control compound lighting and CCTVs in its developments, the vehicle access control system, and the video based patrolling system. 

Yap said some RM15 million has been budgeted for the implementation of the smart campus technology for its Grand Ion Majestic project in Genting Highlands. 

Other projects by NCT Group where it will be implementing the system include the Ion Forte Green City in Melaka, a mixed development in the Ayer Keroh Country Club and the Melaka Planetarium. 

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