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Your MYGG QR MAYBE BOMB... XD
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No money make project GG
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印尼即将在2022年全面实施Chip based ATM card，目前已在耕耘，短期不会看到贡献。
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根据负责槟州基础设施和运输委员会主席 再里尔（Zairil Khir Johari）的说法表示，目前州政府仍然在和相关机构探讨有关 Smart Street Pole 项目的具体方针，初步预计将会在今年（2021年）年底公布更多有关这项计划的详情，届时各区的州议员们能申请在该选取内装置。
该主席表示，州政府决定将原定在槟城连通性总体规划（Penang Connectivity Master Plan）计划下的 Penang Free WiFi 项目替换为 Smart Street Pole 主要源自于当局接到许多的投诉，例如上网速度以及成本等。
而这项最新的 精明街杆（Smart Street Pole） 计划，他将结合闭路电视（CCTV），摄像头以及路灯作为 WiFi 服务的通信杆，同时该主席表示虽然目前有几家电讯商在槟岛多个战略地点测试安装精明街杆（Smart Street Pole） ，无奈面对国家复苏计划种种限制，不得不导致计划推迟进行。
最后该主席也有给出大致的计划，计划显示精明街杆（Smart Street Pole） 将会建设在公共市集、学校和医院等公共设施，以便为在该范围的民众提供免费上网的服务，同时也能提供其他附加的便利，例如闭路电视监控、某些传感器，甚至电信传输。他补充说，关于电信传输，也可能在该州最终推出 5G 中发挥作用。
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@Jing Yong Lim iris 标价确实有点低，但无可否认他的确有能力把整套系统做好，MYEG就没有这本事，只能拉拢其他竞标者一起做。
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Besides the i-Kad and the renewal of passports, Datasonic is also widening its net by participating in the recent Jalinan Digital Negara (Jendela) Initiative Phase 1, which involves the rollout of 4G spectrum at 106 clusters or 1,661 underserved locations nationwide. Datasonic is bidding for the construction of telco towers in 35 clusters involving 573 sites, which have an estimated revenue potential of RM560 million.
In January, Datasonic lost the much-coveted National Integrated Immigration System (NIISe) to Iris Corp Bhd. According to Wan Zalizan, Datasonic lost the tender because its bid cost around RM100 million more than Iris’.
He says Datasonic had proposed a full-fledged automated biometric identification system (ABIS) at all immigration entry and exit points, adding that the concept would lift the nation’s border security and surveillance system to a new quantum level. However, the enhanced security feature comes at an additional cost due to the hardware and software requirements, making Datasonic’s bid less competitive from the pricing point of view, he explains.
Wan Zalizan plans to diversify Datasonic’s revenue stream. Presently, the top-line revenue is close to 100% contributed by the government segment through the various contracts relating to MyKad, passports and autogates.
According to him, the plan is to diversify the group’s revenue stream to bring in contribution from the non-government segment to at least 20% in the next one to two years. One of the opportunities available is the Digital Economy Blueprint, he says. “Our immediate strategic focus shall be on getting ourselves into the sphere of B2B and B2C platforms. We believe that these platforms are more lucrative and sustainable, in addition to having lower operating costs.
“For this, we are currently undertaking in-depth studies in the digital financial services segment, which includes e-wallet, payment services and remittances. This could be achieved through either organic growth or via strategic collaboration with the players in the market,” he says.
Additionally, Datasonic is also looking to secure the contract for the development of the National Digital Identity (NDI), says Wan Zalizan. The contract is valued at around RM350 million.
Due to its expertise in cutting-edge identification document as well as security and surveillance, Datasonic is confident of securing the project, he says. Leveraging on these strong credentials (being an expert in security documents), we believe that Datasonic will be the preferred solution provider in support of the government’s digital transformation programme, especially the development of the NDI,” he says.
Datasonic is covered only by RHB Research Institute, which has a “buy” call on the stock. In a report issued last Thursday, RHB Research analyst Lee Meng Horng maintained the call and gave the stock a target price of 57 sen per share, which represents around 11% upside and 3% yield.
Lee expects a remarkable V-shaped earnings recovery for Datasonic on the pent-up demand for passports upon the rollout of vaccines and eventual relaxation of international borders. This is supported by its RM450 million outstanding order book.
For its financial year ended March 31, 2021 (FY2021), Datasonic saw net profit slump to RM7.3 million from RM60.322 million in FY2020 as revenue from the supply of passports, maintenance and personalisation services took a hit.
Datasonic closed at 51.5 sen last Friday, giving it a valuation of RM1.53 billion.
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DATASONIC Group Bhd’s new managing director Wan Zalizan Wan Jusoh is transforming it into an “institutionalised” entity as well as diversifying its revenue stream.
Appointed in late February, the ex-banker is trying to get institutional investors to put money into the security and surveillance technology services provider, which has long been labelled as “personality-driven” and “family-run”, and increasing the representation of these funds on the board of directors.
“I came in with one strong objective, which is to institutionalise Datasonic,” says Wan Zalizan in an exclusive interview with The Edge.
For a start, in April, the group completed a private placement exercise involving the issuance of 262 million new shares, representing 10% of its total outstanding shares excluding treasury shares, he says. This increases the percentage of bumiputera shareholders in Datasonic to nearly 38%.
Besides that, Wan Zalizan says, Urusharta Jamaah Sdn Bhd has also been given representation on Datasonic’s board, giving it reassurance of its investment in the company. On May 31, Urusharta head of operations Azrul Yahaya was made a non-independent non-executive director.
Datasonic has been under the spotlight for the wrong reason since the 14th general election. A corruption crackdown launched by the then federal government had implicated Datasonic’s then deputy managing director and major shareholder Chew Ben Ben, who was alleged to have given RM6 million to then deputy prime minister and home affairs minister Datuk Seri Ahmad Zahid Hamidi.
The RM6 million was construed by the public prosecutor as a bribe for Zahid to facilitate the appointment of Datasonic Technologies Sdn Bhd (DTSB) to provide 12.5 million chips for Malaysian passports to the Immigration Department under a five-year contract through direct negotiations at the Ministry of Home Affairs.
However, Chew told the court that the RM6 million was a political donation to Barisan Nasional and that it came from DTSB’s director, Datuk Abu Hanifah Noordin.
Chew, who has a 17.4% stake in Datasonic, resigned as deputy managing director in March this year. His resignation comes on the heels of a corruption proceeding on March 18 involving himself and Pristina Ombak Sdn Bhd, an offshore vessel support company in which he once served as director. Chew has pleaded not guilty.
When asked about getting on board when the group was suffering from perception issues, Wan Zalizan says while the market had reacted in line with the news, he has devised various plans and strategies to encourage the market and institutional investors to consider Datasonic as a long-term investment.
“We are also in discussions and making rounds of presentation to prospective fund managers and institutional investors to provide them with a clearer picture of who we are,” says Wan Zalizan, who has worked at Exim Bank and the Maybank Group.
Among Datasonic’s strengths is its strong orders prospects, he says, adding that he is confident the group will add around RM900 million worth of orders this year, which will be implemented over the next two to five years.
At the moment, Datasonic’s order book stands at around RM420 million.
One tender that Wan Zalizan is very confident of securing is the Foreigner Identity Card, or i-Kad. He believes that Datasonic is ranked first in the i-Kad tender evaluation process, particularly in technical evaluation and assessment. “This is because the technology that we have proposed is the best, leveraging on unique security features that are present in the current MyKads and passports, such as a multipurpose card which is chip-enabled, durable, contactless and of quality material.”
The government is expected to award the RM150 million contract this year.
Due to the Covid-19 pandemic and the closure of borders, many people have not renewed their passports. According to Wan Zalizan, as at end-May, more than three million passports had expired.
This translates into a potential revenue of more than RM200 million for Datasonic once international travel resumes to pre-pandemic levels. “The recent National Vaccination Programme, albeit slower than expected, would definitely lead to the eventual lifting of international travel restrictions.
“We have seen that many countries, especially in the EU and Middle East, as well as our neighbours, have opened their borders to international travellers who have completed their vaccination,” he says. “We anticipate a huge spike in the demand and supply of passports in the third quarter of this year and the group is ever ready to meet the demand, given our proactive production processes.”
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而DSONIC集团目前也正在努力探讨在公共安全，卫生和电子商务领域的商业发展机会，以多元DSONIC的自身业务营运。另外，公司目前手头上的orderbook达RM 490m，足够DSONIC支撑一段时日，短期依然无需过于担心。长期而言，DSONIC有望竞得的项目包含了Digital MyKad, National Digital ID, 和Electronic Medical Records (EMR)。
Indonesia Batam Ferry Terminal的自动门系统的盈利贡献，和在Indonesia的商业领域所提供的产品和服务的盈利贡献。
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2017年9月份，德达飞讯与印尼国有公司Perum Percetakan Negara Republik Indonesia联手成立PT Datasonic Teknologi Indonesia，以扩充在当地的精明卡业务。
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Encik Safian began his career as Development Engineer with Team Partner Group, France in 2000 after which he joined Ivoli Sdn Bhd as a Technology Consultant where he led the implementation of key projects as well as operations and maintenance of networks for both international and local companies such as MCI Worldcom, Sprint Corporation and Jaring. In addition, his involvement in planning TPMNet network migration activities has provided him with the skills and experience of working in a high pressure environment early on in his career. In 2012, Encik Safian became the Executive Director of Ridds and Partner Sdn Bhd, a business consulting firm, which he established to provide corporate and strategic business advisory services focusing on small and medium enterprises. The services include starting up new business ventures, business expansion and taxation consultancy as well as business turnaround, acquisition and divestment activities. With his expertise and business acumen, he joined Jasamerin Energy Ventures Sdn Bhd, a 51% subsidiary incorporated by Marine and General Berhad (formerly known as Silk Holdings Berhad) in 2017 as Business Development Director. His primary role and function is to explore opportunities in the oil and gas sector and to strengthen the companys financial position to become a leader in the upstream oil and gas industry.
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今早（2月19日）首相慕尤丁就宣布了#MyDigital 的大马5G以及科技发展蓝图，慕尤丁除了宣布了多项关于落实5G的政策之外，也在#MyDigital 大马数码计划的政策下表示，政府期望在2025年全面落实国家电子身份证“MyDigitalID”。
KUALA LUMPUR: Datasonic Group Bhd said the government has ordered six additional electronic-gate system (e-gate) from the company for an extra RM1.68mil.
This is on top of the original RM6.98mil contract, announced on Feb 3, to supply 16 units of foreigner e-gate with facial recognition system at the Malaysia-Singapore entry/exit point to the Immigration Department.
The additional orders lifted the contract value to RM8.65mil
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Stock: [MYEG]: MY E.G. SERVICES BHD
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