SHAH ALAM, 24 JUN 2021 : The Smart Selangor Delivery Unit (SSDU) is developing a system to monitor the pollution of its water resources which is expected to launch this year.
SSDU managing director Dr Fahmi Ngah said the system is developed in collaboration with private entities and seven other initiatives.
The initiatives include Covid-19 transmission monitoring; maintenance and road control; smart street lights; small and medium enterprises ecosystem; government’s processing and approval system, digital payment platform and air quality index monitoring.
“The matter is being discussed in detail, and the state government will announce it soon.
“This month, we have expressed our wish to get participation from private sectors for the initiative,” he said when contacted by SelangorKini, yesterday.
Several Smart Selangor mobile applications offer services for daily use, such as Smart Selangor Parking, Citizen E-Payment Platform, and Scan To Ride.
The initiatives help improve public services and facilitate public affairs and Selangor’s mission as a smart state by 2025.
Source : Selangor Journal