KUALA LUMPUR, DEC. 11 – Three incubatees of Technology Park Malaysia Corporation Sdn Bhd (TPM) are among the six finalists eyeing for the coveted the Malaysia Commercialisation Year 2017 Awards (MCY 2017) organized by the Ministry of Science, Technology & Innovation.
The MCY 2017 Awards is held in conjunction with the two-day Global Entrepreneurship Community Summit 2017 (GEC 2017) at the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre starting tomorrow.
Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak will be the guest-of-honour to present the prizes to the MCY 2017 Awards winners tomorrow.
For this year’s MCY presentation, TPM submitted five products and services of their incubatees for Awards competition. The three selected awards finalists are LOGIKATION, Ipinfra Networks Sdn Bhd and Therapy On Demand Sdn Bhd.
Last year, TPM was the biggest winner of MCY 2016 Awards when three out of the four finalists from TPM that competed against six other companies bagged the main titles and winning cash prizes worth RM500,000.00.
TPM President and CEO, Datuk Ir. Mohd Azman Shahidin said the three TPM incubatees selected as finalists for the MCY 2017 awards have yet again demonstrated the capability and capacity of TPM to contribute and deliver the results towards achieving the nation’s aspirations in science and innovation.
“We are certainly happy and proud of the hard efforts put in by our incubatees and staff at the TPM Innovation Incubation Centre as well as our partners of the highly structured coaching and handholding programmes in driving the success. This is a result of the concerted efforts of all stakeholders, professionalism, positive energies and yen to always achieve the desired goals in technopreneur and entrepreneurs development,” added Azman.
LOGIKATION is an Internet of Things (IoT) company specializing in smart embedded solutions. Its Environment Monitoring System (EMS) solutions are built for homes and businesses. The product is designed to monitors environment from couple of sq. ft. to big areas, analyze it and feedback to the users in real-time.
The embedded system is designed to detect, analyze and provide response to the users from the alarms and failures detected by its built-in sensors in real-time. Most importantly, LOGIKATION’s embedded system can be easily customized to other smart applications in IoT.
In the case of Therapy On Demand Sdn Bhd, its unique services is the two-way online communication or directory of certified medical therapy practitioners offering Shariah compliant therapy/massage. It has 850 pre-registered therapists and 50 active therapists.
Marketed under the brand name “Terapi”, it is the leading online Malay certified directory that customers can gain access to IPTA/IPTS physiotherapists and Shariah compliance endorsement from related bodies.
The company offers a wide range of professionally certified therapy and physiotherapy services. It is recognized as a SUPERB winner by TERAJU and won the accolade for the Best Idea for Bumiputera Business 2016. It also participated in the e@Stanford Program Magic at Silicon Valley and TechinAsia in Tokyo and has collaborated with the Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) Council to strengthen and widen its base.
Meanwhile, Ipinfra Networks Sdn Bhd is the developer of MYMATA, an innovative cloud recording surveillance system for homes and businesses, which does not rely on digital video recorders (DVR), memory cards or computers for recording. All recordings are stored in a secure data centre, or a “cloud server”, for a week to a month.
MYMATA is a platform or center for IP cameras management and control. It allows one to conveniently and effortlessly access, view and control one’s IP cameras anywhere, anytime, making it simple to stay connected with everything that matters most to one 24/7.
Technology Park Malaysia Sdn Bhd, an agency of MOSTI, has an integrated infrastructure, facilities and support services to assist technopreneurs and entrepreneurs who are keen to commercialize their ideas in the four industry clusters, namely, ICT, Engineering, Biotechnology and Green Technology.
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