Project Footprints

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Telecentre Program for Orang Asli (TPOA)

The next generation telecentre program. Based on past Telecentre experience in Sarawak and Sabah, a new telecentre concept and program has been derived for the 4 villages of the Orang Asli in Peninsular Malaysia. Our team has been putting up a new design for the ICT implementation. 

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Affordable Long Range Wireless Connectivity for Rural Community

A pilot project on extending the Rural Telecentre coverage to nearby rural lodge houses via the implementation of long-range wireless relay stations. The project aims to bring the Telecentre services to the community's doorstep instead of getting them to come to the Telecentre.

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DAGS: Replication of eBario in 5 sites in Malaysia

Replication of eBario Telecentre model to 4 other rural sites, namely Ba'Kelalan, Long Lamai, Buayan and Pulau Larapan.

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eBario 2.0: Connecting more villages in Bario (Phase 2)

Establishing more self-sustainable wireless relay stations to link up 7 villages in Bario. The coverage distance is as far as 8km away. 

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Cost effective and Self-sufficient Power Supply model for Wireless end user access equipment

Design and developing power supply model for WiFi deployment at rural villages that is cost effective and self-sufficient. A research initiative aiming to zero the running cost at the end user for the deployment of WiFi hotspot at rural community premises.

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Electrification by Solar energy in Long Puah, Sarawak

A project to implement community maintainable and cost-effective solar lighting systems for the rural community in Long Puah. The project proven solar energy can be cost-effective and lasting if its purposes have been taken into the design. 

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Multi-dimensional Responsible Rural Tourism Capacity Framework for sustainable Tourism: The Power Self-sustain Wireless Info Kiosk

In order to support rural tourism, one of the system developed is the Power self-sustain Wireless Info Kiosk. The kiosk can be implemented in the middle of the jungle or national park to serve additional information to visitors and also to collect on-site feedback. Powered entirely by solar energy and provide wireless coverage up to 3km radius. 

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