Plans to become smart digital model


Dr Ahmad (middle) at the launch of the Terengganu Smart Digital Government Master Plan and Artificial Intelligence Strategic Plan. With him is Ariffin (second from right). — Bernama

KUALA TERENGGANU: Terengganu aims to become a practical and sustainable smart digital model government by 2030.

State tourism, culture and information technology committee chairman Ariffin Deraman said they were confident that this could be achieved with the Terengganu Smart Digital Government Master Plan which included 13 development strategies.

He said for a start, several smart closed circuit cameras (smart CCTVs) and smart traffic lights that have more sophisticated digital features would be placed in selected locations next year.

“We have already tested and placed the smart CCTV at the Pengadang Baru Mosque as a pilot project.

“The advantage of this smart CCTV is that it can give a very clear image of the visitor so that the face, gender and estimated age can be identified.

“As for the smart traffic light, it will be installed at the intersection of the Tengku Tengah Zaharah Mosque, Kuala Ibai as a pilot project next year, ” he said after the launch of the Terengganu Smart Digital Government Master Plan and Artificial Intelligence Strategic Plan here.

Terengganu Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Samsuri Mokhtar was also present at the launching ceremony. — Bernama

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