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新2正网代理开户:Yinson inks MoU with Cyberview to develop smart mobility ecosystem in Cyberjaya

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Yinson and Cyberview management teams posing together after the MoU signing ceremony.

KUALA LUMPUR: Yinson Holdings Bhd’s unit Yinson GreenTech (YGT), through its wholly-owned subsidiary Yinson Green Technologies (M) Sdn Bhd, has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Cyberview Sdn Bhd to develop a smart mobility ecosystem in Cyberjaya.

Yinson said under the agreement, both parties aim to collaborate to implement smart mobility technologies such as electrification of vehicles, autonomous vehicles, mobility-as-a-service and intelligent transport systems in Cyberjaya.

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It said the collaboration leverages on YGT’s position as a green technologies solution provider, in particular its ability to deliver a clean, integrated and technology-enhanced mobility ecosystem, as well as Cyberview’s position as the tech hub developer of Cyberjaya.

“YGT has been investing in novel green technologies within the marine, mobility and energy segments since its inception in 2020. This has resulted in our ability to offer smart mobility technology systems to businesses; delivering integrated digital solutions and platforms that fully support their sustainability objectives,” Yinson executive vice president of technology and new ventures Eirik Barclay said.

Cyberview managing director Datuk Mohd Najib Ibrahim said this MoU signifies its shared intent in moving towards a more sustainable future and YGT’s expertise in enabling transition to low-carbon environment through smart mobility will provide a definitive edge for Cyberjaya.


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