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DLM is an initiative undertaken by MCMC to promote and accelerate the development and adoption of applications and services.

The Internet of Things is a web in which gadgets, machines, products, devices & inanimate objects share information in new ways, in real time.

The focused ecosystems in this period are Connected Healthcare, Traceability for food and drug, People Friendly Commuting; and Home & Community Living.

Digital Lifestyle eco-system development is promoted based on a model of collaboration or partnership with the industry.

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DLM and myMaker ‘LANDED’ in Lundu, Sarawak

The Digital Lifestyle Malaysia (DLM) and myMaker showcased their Internet of Things (IoT) technology to the community of Lundu in conjunction with the launch of Smart Community in Lundu, Sarawak on 27 February 2016.

There were five partners’ who showcased their products and inventions to the people of Lundu that consisted of a drone, 3D printers, embedded systems, augmented reality, music and photo painting using IT devices and many more.

The objective of DLM and myMaker participation in the programme was to expose the community of Lundu to a digital lifestyle that can promote growth and improve quality of life. It is also to educate and promote Internet of Things (IoT) together with the Makers, which will benefit the locals and their society.

YB Datu Len Talif Salleh, Assistant Minister at Chief Minister’s Office (Promotion of Technical and Education) and Assistant Minister of Environment Sarawak visited the DLM booth.  He was accompanied by YBhg. Dato’ Sri Dr Halim Shafie, Chairman of Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC), YBhg Dato’ Mohd Ali Hanafiah Mohammad, Chief Officer of Communication, Digital Services and Standards Sector (MCMC), Tuan Hj Hamsen bin Hj. Atar, District Officer of Lundu, Tuan Hj. Roslan Mohamad, Director of Sarawak State Office (MCMC) and also Mr John Tay, Director of Digital Lifestyle and Society Department (MCMC).

The one-day programme in Lundu showed that the local community regardless of age was interested to learn and explore the adoption of digitalization into their lifestyle.

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