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“This includes payments for flights and hotel bookings, as well as on airasia food, airasia grocer, airasia xpress, or when booking a ride through airasia ride.
“By working with our partner Fasspay, users can have peace of mind as this new feature is completely secure, fully compliant, and licensed by Bank Negara Malaysia," he added.
Amanda Woo, chief executive officer (CEO) of airasia Super App, said, “This is the final step in closing the loop for the whole airasia ecosystem, which will draw out the true superpower of the airasia Super App.”
“airasia pocket is now a more accessible, faster, and rewarding way to pay for anything within the airasia ecosystem and will facilitate better user experiences.
“Having airasia pocket also provides more significant insights into customer behaviour which will assist us in giving better value and more quality services to all our app users,” Amanda said.
Fasspay CEO Chris Leong said the organisation is honoured to be a partner in airasia Super App’s fintech journey and will continue to support its aspiration to grow regionally and globally.
“Fasspay’s mission is to enable our partners, such as airasia Super App, to realise their vision by using this wallet-as-a-service to extend their financial services. This partnership is just the beginning for Fasspay as our ultimate aim is to avail this full-stack payments platform to other customers both small and large globally,” he said.
Currently, top-ups for airasia pocket are available via Online Banking (FPX), with more options to be added in the future.
airasia Super App has announced a brand new feature, the airasia pocket, which the company said is a closed-loop e-wallet that enables users to reload and make payments for products and services on the app
In a statement, the company said this will enable airasia pocket users to earn airasia points upon activation, apart from enjoying an extra 10% off all AirAsia flight bookings and 10x airasia points with every airasia food order on weekends.
It said users can also book airasia rides and experience a smooth, seamless journey both in-app and on the road with its Super App’s closed-loop e-wallet, airasia pocket
airasia pocket is currently available to all airasia Super App users in Malaysia in the ringgit currency. It is easily accessible through the super app by setting up an airasia pocket account with a few simple steps, the company said.
Two types of airasia pocket accounts are available - the Lite and Pro.
The Lite account is recommended for everyday use with a wallet size limit of US$113 (RM500), while the Pro account is designed for higher value transactions with a wallet size of up to US$1,135 (RM4,999).
According to airasia Super App, its airasia pocket’s features are developed by Fass Payment Solutions Sdn Bhd (Fasspay), a leading white-label e-wallet player and an approved e-money provider by Bank Negara Malaysia.
This platform is designed to allow its partners to build and innovate on Fasspay’s full-stack payments platform and offer various payment and financial services to their customers, the company said.
Mohamad Hafidz Mohd Fadzil, airasia Super App's chief fintech officer, said as fintech and neobanks continue to reshape the financial landscape in Malaysia and across ASEAN, airasia Super App is continuing to be an industry disruptor and is expand its fintech services which enables app users to make faster payment for products and services within the Super App ecosystem.
The Internet of Things has seen slow progress in previous years — but is that trend set to continue? See what experts have to say on the state of IoT in 2022. High costs, maintenance issues and COVID-related shipping delays have caused some disappointing interruptions in the anticipated boon of the IoT universe.
As a tech entrepreneur for over 30 years, Steve Jennis witnessed the whole evolution of the Internet of Things (IoT), and for it to be successful on a massive scale, he said every computer on the system must have the same level ofunderstanding.
“Analysts thought trillions of devices would be connected by 2015 and startups would become the new Microsoft,” Jennis said. “My personal disappointment is that it never reached the heights of ability expected because it never reachedmass adoption.”
He said it’s the cost of scalability. For every machine, it costs a lot of time, money and maintenance to make sure it’s properly synchronized and communicating with every other machine on the network on their own, because in true IoT,human interaction is not a component.
Tony Fernandes’s Capital A Group is planning New York listings for its low-cost AirAsia airline and a digital super app, the Financial Times reported on Sunday.
“If you want to be an actor, you’re probably going to want to end up in Hollywood at some stage in your career,” Fernandes told the Financial Times.
“We think the time is right for part of Capital A Group to be listed in the US,” he was quoted as saying.
He said the group had begun compliance work and envisaged two separate listings, one for AirAsia “sometime next year”, followed by the so-called super app, which will offer services from travel to takeaways.
The company, which previously considered merging its digital businesses with a special purpose acquisition company (SPAC), dipped into the red during the pandemic, prompting audit firm EY in July 2020 to question its ability to survive. Fernandes said that issue had now been resolved.
Capital A, previously known as AirAsia Group, has been aggressively building its digital businesses and super app over the last two years as most of its planes were grounded due to travel restrictions to contain the COVID-19 pandemic. The group has hoped to build its super app, modeling regional tech giants such as Grab’s and Gojek’s super apps which offer a variety of services including ride-hailing, food delivery, and payment services.
Capital A remains under Practice Note 17 (PN17) on the Malaysian stock exchange — a listing for groups in financial distress. Fernandes, who is Capital A’s Chief Executive Officer, insisted that was a solvable “accounting” issue, which “doesn’t reflect the fundamentals of the company”, he told Financial Times.
He said 85 of AirAsia’s 212 aircraft were now flying, with 80 to 90 percent load factors, and 176 aircraft back in the skies by December. “I think in the third and fourth quarter, we would be EBITDA-positive, including leasing, and so . . . I’m quite confident of 2023 being profitable and definitely cash flow positive,” he was quoted as saying.
Capital A’s first-quarter losses widened to MYR903.79 million ($204.67 million) from MYR767.42 million a year ago. Revenue jumped 152.78 percent year-on-year to MYR811.78 million.
Commenting on the listing plans, Fernandes cited his success in transforming from Warner Music executive to budget aviation pioneer after buying AirAsia from the Malaysian government in 2001 for less than $1, would eventually sway investors.
“Twenty years ago, when I started this airline, no investor wanted to invest in us. It wasn’t a very convincing story to say you’re going to start up an airline when you’re from the music business, with no money, and go up against Malaysia Airlines, Singapore Airlines and the like,” he was quoted as saying.
“Twenty years later, I now say I’m going to take on these digital unicorns. Probably not a convincing story either from an airline that’s struggling, going through Covid, has a weak balance sheet, etc. But it’s slowly coming,” he told Financial Times.
The airasia super app was valued at around $1 billion in July last year in a deal where the digital arm of AirAsia Group will acquire Gojek’s operations in Thailand for $50 million. The purchase considerations for the proposed acquisitions will be wholly satisfied by the issue of new shares in the airasia super app. Gojek will own 4.76 percent in airasia super app after the acquisition, the companies announced then.
On Monday, Capital A shares were trading at MYR0.635 at the time of writing, giving the group a market capitalization of MYR2.642 billion ($598.26 million) .
Use Cases: Track and trace; battery-powered sensors, continuous transmission of small geo-data packets to the cloud. Agricultural monitoring; low-powered, transmitting selective low-volume data points to a gateway device. Smart building; battery-powered sensors that only “wake up” when an action is triggered or when transmitting low-volume data to the centralized monitoring and management platform. Thick Edge Hardware A thick edge is an IoT solution that supports and manages high-powered, high-capability edge hardware. Some examples include high-powered IoT gateway devices from companies like Dell and Cisco, Arm Cortex-A devices, x.86-based devices, and others. These devices can run advanced on-device inference, event processing rules, business logic, analytics, and machine learning algorithms.
Thin vs. Thick Edge: Which Is Better? The short answer: It depends. An enterprise’s use-case and software capabilities are the primary factors in determining which edge hardware best suits its needs. According to MachNation research of enterprise IoT buyers, roughly 90 percent of the complexity at the edge is software-related. Thus, while many hardware vendors already provide hardware that adequately supports most IoT solutions, the quality, sophistication, usability, and scalability of vendors’ software and platform for both thin and thick edge deployments remain a differentiator. While having the right software to suit enterprise needs is critical, choosing the right edge hardware can often be the key differentiator between an overly-complex, costly edge deployment and an effective one.
Thin Edge Hardware & Use Cases A thin edge is an IoT solution that supports and manages decentralized deployments of low-powered, memory and power constrained devices. Some examples include Arm Cortex-M devices, low-power Texas Instruments (TI) devices, Marvell Technology devices, and others.
These devices transmit data northbound with minimal execution of workloads (e.g., filtering, aggregation, or normalization) or with analytics being performed at the site of data origin. Enterprises install thin edge nodes to connect legacy equipment to their cloud solutions, taking advantage of cost savings on equipment.
Industry experts agree that critical infrastructure for Internet-of-Things (IoT) deployments will continue to shift towards the edge. As new use cases emerge across industries investing in their digital transformation journeys, the diversification of edge-enabled physical hardware will continue to expand with technology and business requirements. Edge deployments in IoT are highly diverse and exist within a spectrum between “thin” and “thick”. Lets take a look at thin vs. thick edge IoT, compare and contrast both ends of that spectrum, and then take a look at some of the technical requirements for enterprise IoT deployments for each.
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