ITS Seminar 2017

Technical Visit

Delegates may register for technical visit during the signup process, the selection is stated in the registration form. There is a quota for each visits and it is available on a first come first served basis.

TV1: Klang Valley Mass Rapid Transit (KVMRT) Operations Control Centre – Sungai Buloh-Kajang (SBK) & Sungai Buloh-Serdang-Putrajaya (SSP)
  The Klang Valley Mass Rapid Transit (KVMRT) System is set to be one of the most important and largest transport infrastructure projects Malaysia has embarked on. This project is listed as an Entry Point Project (EPP) under the Economic Transformation Programme’s Greater Kuala Lumpur/Klang Valley National Key Economic Areas(NKEA), and will provide a major boost in the integration and efficiency of urban public transport. The KVMRT project will see the construction of three MRT lines; MRT Line 1, MRT Line 2 and MRT Line 3.
TV2: Northport (Malaysia) Operation Control Centre
  Northport is one of the largest multipurpose ports of its kind in the national ports system offering dedicated facilities and services to handle wide variety of cargoes ranging from containers to cars, break bulk cargoes as well as capacity to handle liquid and dry bulk cargoes of all types and shipment sizes. Its facilities are located at two locations - in Northport, Southpoint for conventional cargo handling and in Northport where the state-of-the-art container handling facilities are located.
TV3: Department of Civil Aviation Malaysia Operation Control Centre
  The Air Traffic Management (ATM) Sector is the largest sector in the Department of Civil Aviation Malaysia. There are 775 Air Traffic Controllers and 193 administrative personnel in this sector, located throughout Malaysia. The headquarters is located in Putrajaya while operations are located at various stations within Peninsular and East Malaysia. The Malaysian airspace is divided into the Kuala Lumpur and Kota Kinabalu Flight Information Regions (FIR). There are 2 air traffic control centres; in Kuala Lumpur and Kota Kinabalu, a sub-centre in Kuching as well as 12 Control Towers in Peninsular Malaysia, 4 in Sabah and 8 in Sarawak.
TV4: Performance Monitoring Hub System (PMHS)
  The PMHS system aims to improve the public transportation’s reliability, journey time, comfort, convenience, accessibility and connectivity. Part of the effort needed is to have the ability to monitor and track public transport performance beginning with stage bus routes in the Greater Kuala Lumpur /Klang Valley. The automated approach allows SPAD to have real time information for measurement, planning, (assisting) investigations, as well as introducing corrective and improvement actions. Furthermore, commuters can benefit from the availability of journey information and operators that lack their own system can view their fleet operations. The envisioned is consisting of the following components such as Performance Monitoring Hub System (PMS), Fleet Management System (FMS) & Passenger Information System (PIS).

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