SUBANG JAYA, Dec 12 — Telekom Malaysia Bhd (TM), through its enterprise and public sector business solutions arm TM ONE, is collaborating with the Subang Jaya Municipal Council (MPSJ) for the deployment of three 5G-enabled use cases as part of the 5G Demonstration Project (5GDP).
The 5G-enabled use cases, located at SS15, Subang Jaya, are the smart traffic light, smart parking, and smart safety and security solutions.
TM chairman Rosli Man said the use cases that they were rolling out in all of its 5GDP locations were particularly selected to address the specific challenges faced by the communities and stakeholders at the respective locations.
“We hope that throughout the 5GDP period, we will be able to show how 5G-enabled solutions can solve the challenges and create an ultimate smart city experience for Subang Jaya, making it a smart city pioneer in the country,” he said in his speech at a memorandum of collaboration (MoC) signing ceremony here today.
MPSJ plans to install more than 100 high-tech closed-circuit television (CCTV) cameras in the SS15 commercial area starting this month to monitor parking and traffic flow under the proposed pilot 5GDP.
Under the MoC, both parties will also have to undertake joint marketing and promotion activities on the use cases in SS15 over a six-month period.
TM ONE’s 5G-enabled smart traffic light solution programmes traffic lights to respond in real-time to enable improved traffic flow and reduce idle time at red lights.
The smart parking solution enables real-time parking bay monitoring using high-definition (HD) cameras and artificial intelligence to reduce time spent searching for the spot.
Meanwhile, the smart safety and secure solution provides advanced surveillance and real-time monitoring through video streaming from sensors and HD cameras.
Earlier this week, TM ONE has begun transmission of 5G service in Langkawi, where it is deploying the first 5G stand-alone network and will be demonstrating more 5G use cases there.