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As part of the Global Future Cities Programme (GFCP) capacity building plan, several virtual workshops were organised by the Malaysia Project Team with collaboration from UK partners to leverage off international expertise and share knowledge and best practices with regards to the interventions introduced in Iskandar Malaysia and Melaka under the GFCP.
Some of the themes covered include Geographic Information System (GIS) capability, Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) development, Urban and Transport Planning, Gender Equality and Social Inclusion (GESI), alignment of standards and data sharing policies, and heritage area conservation. These sessions were delivered in English and the key audience were made up of the project stakeholders, government and federal agencies, professional and business associations, as well as academic institutions.
Please see the summary of the sessions and presentations below.
Presentation: SIMMS for optimising the transport network in Malaysia
Presentation: ITS and Transport Planning-Introduction
Presentation: GESI Considerations in Urban and Transport Planning
Handout: GESI Awareness Training
Presentation: GFCP UK GDS workshop on Digital and Technology Standards
Presentation: BSI Smart City Standards Webinar
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