• 11 August 2015
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    IMEDC2015 – Top 10 Finalists

    11 Aug 2015
    noramyera
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    We were extremely excited for this year’s IME Design Competition. We’ve been receiving enormous support from our partner Agensi Inovasi MalaysiaMajlis Rekabentuk Malaysia and TARUC on the generous venue support.

    For the past 3 weeks we’ve been scrutinizing submissions, going through many rounds of debates to pick out the top 10 finalists. Prior announcing the top 10, here are some figures that you will need to know:

    • 222 participants have registered for IMEDC2015. (It was only 127 participants at 2014, that is a 174% increase)
    • Back in April, we’ve conducted an Idea Generation Workshop to help participants in idea generation. Results? We’re seeing better quality submission compared to last year!

    There were countless debate on the submissions, but we did this with a grin on our face. We were exhilarated to see many quality submissions coming in, because at the end of the day, these submissions might be the solution to the natural disasters & accidents.

    Without further ado, here are the top 10 finalists (in no particular sequence):

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    To all top 10 finalists:

    We’ll be having a clinic session to help you in improving your existing design. You will only need to come for one session (3 hours, either morning 9am -12 or 2pm – 5pm) in between 24th to 28th of August. Do RSVP with norshahira@cadcam.com.my ASAP to lock your slot.

    Once again, many thanks to all parties for participating, thank you for the awesome submissions!

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  • 24 January 2019
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    Pre-Sales Engineer (CADCAM/ Petaling Jaya)

    24 Jan 2019
    Amnani Adnan
    50

    Job Responsibilities

    • Implement company sales plan and to meet or exceed individual and company business goals and targets.
    • Implement and manage a productive sale funnel to achieve sales target through quality prospect management, accurate and timeliness sales forecast and efficient use of company resources.
    • Build, review and monitor prospects within assigned geographical territory and handle customer’s account to meet sales objectives.
    • Provide quality in-house technical support for product inspection to meet company’s goal.
    • Initiate pro-active activities so as to escalate value add to clients and ensure good clients’ experience to improve margins.
    • Provide coaching and professional development to other team member sales associates in order to enhance their product knowledge, technical acumen and technical sales skills.

    Job Requirement

    • At least Diploma/ Degree in Engineering (Industrial), Engineering (Mechanical) or equivalent.
    • At least 2 years’ working experiences in related field.
    • Fresh graduate are also encourage to apply.
    • Good in verbal and written in English and Bahasa Malaysia.
    • Good working attitude and presentation skill.
    • Highly motivated and able to work independently and in a team.
    • Willing to travel.

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  • 24 January 2019
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    Marketing Executive (Petaling Jaya)

    24 Jan 2019
    Amnani Adnan
    34

    Job Responsibilities

    • Handle overall administrative tasks in Sales and Marketing
    • Attend and assist at events such as conferences, workshops and exhibitions
    • Communicate with clients, affiliate networks and affiliate partners
    • Develop and integrate content marketing strategies

    Job Requirements

    • Diploma or Degree in Marketing, Mass Communication or equivalent
    • Team player with self-management skills and good in time management
    • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
    • Able to work in a structured way
    • Strong analytical skills and data-driven thinking
    • Good knowledge in online marketing, branding, social media marketing and copywriting

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  • 26 July 2018
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    IME FUTSAL CUP 2018

    26 Jul 2018
    Amnani Adnan
    966

    Congratulations, France!

    The FIFA World Cup 2018 has come to a glorious end in Moscow as France has made history and took home the trophy for the second time since 1998. While the world is falling over the game that happens once every four years, it was no surprise that every national team tried the whole bag of tricks only to claim the almighty world cup trophy and bring home the nation’s pride along with the cheers and chants of jubilant that could last a century.

    In the event of the universal sport that unites and brings people around the world together to celebrate teamwork and triumph regardless of skin colour, nationality, races and religions, we did not want to miss the boat to relive the spirit in our team.

    A football player can never pull off a game without each imperative teammate playing different roles in the field. At IME, we cherish team spirit and togetherness too as a driving force to get ahead and score in all fields we are specialising in.

    A futsal game was just in time and perfect for the season of FIFA World Cup. It was not a common occurrence that we teamed up against other team which was also made up of our own. However we believed sometimes a good game brings us together even closer and better.

    At the game, fatigue and weariness can never kill our spirits as we play a number of rounds just to pave our way to the final and claim our very own World Cup trophy – a 3D-printed FIFA World Cup Trophy replica.

    It was a work of art that sent us chills. All kudos to our team for crafting the trophy and bringing it to life!

    Check out some of the facts and let’s walk through the process of creating the 3D-printed trophy.

    File type : .STL
    Printer : 3D Espresso
    Technology : FDM
    Material    : PLA
    Height      : 240mm
    Structure   : Assembled from 3 parts – the globe, the body, and the base.
    Approximate

    build time

    : The globe; 10 hours
    The body; 14 hours
    The base; 3-4 hours

     

    The concept of the IME Futsal Trophy 2018 was based on the FIFA World Cup Trophy; only differences were the dimensions and title. The printed concept was less expensive and had a very solid touch from the FDM Technology. It did not require any support material in the process; and as the space of the printing bed was limited, the tall structure was printed into 3 divided parts (as identified above).

     
     

    To enhance its aesthetic, it was recoloured in green and gold, resembling the FIFA World Cup Trophy. The trophy was placed into the Memmert oven to dry the paint out and a 3D-printed World Cup Trophy was brought to life.


    As much as the effort we put in delivering quality at work, we are not settling for anything less when it comes to play. Seeing the importance to balance work with play, we strive to bake work-life balance into our company’s culture in all unique ways to fit our organisation. Not to mention, sometimes we find as much fun in 3D-printing a World Cup as printing a wind turbine!

    You can now print your own World Cup Trophy or customise your own in any way you like. Click <here> to go behind-the-scenes of the making of this 3D-printed World Cup Trophy.

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  • 5 July 2018
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    [PRESS RELEASE] MIDA-IME Industry 4.0 Showcase

    5 Jul 2018
    Amnani Adnan
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    KUALA LUMPUR, June 28 — The Malaysian Investment Development Authority (MIDA) in collaboration with IME Group of Companies with the support of Dassault Systèmes and Robert Bosch organised the MIDA-IME Industry 4.0 Showcase, today. The event, held at MIDA headquarters aimed to assist local players in their implementation of Industry 4.0. The Showcase gathered experts to demonstrate a wide range of technologies endorsed by Industry 4.0 namely simulation, additive manufacturing, system integration, digitisation, cloud computing, Internet of Things (IoT) and data analytics.

    Speaking at the event, Ms. Lim Bee Vian, Executive Director of the Strategic Planning (Services) of MIDA said, “It is crucial now than ever for companies to reassess and realign their business strategies to adapt to the unprecedented challenges of the new industrial revolution. We need both the industry players from the private sector as well as public sector to come together as one.”

    “MIDA has been steadily making efforts to familiarise companies with smart manufacturing technologies through seminars, dialogues with business chambers, briefing with business associations, workshops and supplier conferences to MNCs and SMEs. We have identified strategic partners to promote robotics and automation, Industrial Internet of Things (IIOT) and smart manufacturing technology and solutions. The collaboration with IME adds to MIDA’s on-going initiatives in spearheading the country’s Industry 4.0 agenda. We have partnered with companies such as Rockwell Automation, Intel, Hitachi, and Siemens to showcase possible solutions to assist companies in adopting Industry 4.0 technologies.  By working with these technology developers and solution providers, we act as a conduit in bringing together industry players for fresh and exciting collaborations,” she added.

    Nearly 200 participants from various organisations attended the event that seeks to assist them in understanding and learning ways to incorporate the key elements of Industry 4.0 into businesses.

    The full-day event featured presentations on ‘Government Facilitation Related to Industry 4.0 in Malaysia’ by MIDA; ‘Leveraging Digital Continuity for Operational Excellence’ by Dassault Systèmes, as well as panel discussion on ‘Industry 4.0 : How to Start Implementation’, which was moderated by a representative from Dassault Systèmes, with a line-up of speakers from IME, Bosch and DF Automation.

    IME also conducted an Industry 4.0 workshop, which addressed 5 key steps to initiate Industry 4.0 transformation. The workshop highlighted that the adoption of Industry 4.0 elements is not necessarily costly thus it is important for organisations to identify critical areas for improvement, before developing a roadmap and evaluating suitable methods for implementation, within their budget. IME is also embarking on its own IoT projects. Solely in year 2017 itself, the company has engaged with more than 7,000 business leaders about Industry 4.0, Smart Manufacturing and IoT. Training offered by IME is HRDF claimable, and suitable for small to medium enterprise that is keen to embark in Industry 4.0 transformation.

    IME provides not only tailored solutions catered to engineering needs, but solutions that help organisations to grow and begin their digital transformation journey.

    We have compiled some of the key takeaways from the forum below for your reference:

    #1 “Government Facilitation Related to Industry 4.0 in Malaysia” – Advanced Technology and R&D Division, MIDA
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    #2 “Leveraging Digital Continuity for Operational Excellence” – Dassault Systèmes
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    #3 “Towards Digital Transformation” – IME Group of Companies
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    #4 “Our Industry 4.0 Journey” – Robert Bosch Sdn Bhd
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    #5 “Automated Guided Vehicle – Implementation and Best Practice” – DF Automation and Robotics Sdn Bhd
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    #6 “Industry 4.0 Workshop & Assessment” – IME Group of Companies
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    Some photos of the event can be found here.

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  • 23 April 2018
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    Industry 4.0 : Are You Ready?

    23 Apr 2018
    Amnani Adnan
    1255

    When industry 4.0 is emerging, it is crucial to understand all the key elements of Industry 4.0 and the ways they are impacting the industry we are in. From there, we are going to see tremendous positive effects to our business by smartly implementing them.

    The twelve pillars of Industry 4.0 established on MIDA are:

    1. Big Data Analytics
    2. Automation
    3. Artificial Intelligence
    4. Digitisation
    5. Augmented Reality
    6. Cybersecurity
    7. Additive Manufacturing
    8. Internet of Things
    9. Simulation
    10. System Integration
    11. Cloud Computing
    12. Autonomous Robots

    Despite the fact that many companies have already implemented some of the technologies supporting Industry 4.0, however they are being practised in isolation instead of interconnected autonomous system. To achieve greatest results and to stay competitive, these technologies have to be connected and communicated freely amongst each other as well as across various functions in the organisation.

    The development process requires effort but it is not impossibly difficult with the help of government initiatives and solution providers in catering different needs in line with diverse business natures. Moreover, we are glad to be part of the movers in upholding Industry 4.0, in hope of stimulating growth  and development in the industries. Earlier this year, we have participated in a number of Industry 4.0 events which allowed us to speak with more people on Industry 4.0 and ways to implement it.

    Some of the key events we joined:

    1. MITI Malaysia Digital Economy Forum
    2. MCA Belt and Road 2.0
    3. MITI/MPC Showcase on Innovation for Productivity (SHIP) 2018

    MITI Malaysia Digital Economy Forum

    KUALA LUMPUR: The International Trade and Industry Ministry (Miti) is targeting to increase the number of companies coming onboard the Digital Free-Trade Zone (DFTZ) e-commerce platform to about 10,000 by year-end from 1,998 last November.

    Its minister Datuk Seri Mustapa Mohamed said since the DTFZ pilot project was launched by Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak last year, there had been growing interest among local and international e-Commerce players.

    “We will work towards ensuring the sustainability of the small and medium enterprises (SMEs) that are already DFTZ-listed, and assist more SMEs to list on the platform to ensure that the SMEs are future-ready and equipped to venture into cross-border eCommerce,” he told a press conference after delivering his welcoming remarks at the Malaysia Digital Economy Forum here.

    The Star Online. (2018, 9 Feb). Miti eyes 10,000 e-commerce companies for DFTZ [Press Release].

     

    MCA Belt and Road 2.0 

    KUALA LUMPUR: MCA’s newly launched Belt and Road 2.0 will serve as a centre to assist the formation of stronger bilateral ties between Malaysia and China in many different areas, says Datuk Seri Liow Tiong Lai.

    MCA Belt and Road 2.0 is built on five strategies – business transformation and young startups, SME Go-Global, trade and investment promotion platforms, Belt and Road policy coordination platforms, and education and training.

    MCA president Datuk Seri Liow Tiong Lai said MCA was the first political party from abroad to respond to the Belt and Road initiative.

    Liow said bilateral trade between the two nations amounted to RM264.62bil in the first 11 months of last year, which accounts for 16.3% of Malaysia’s total trade.

    “We need to seize these opportunities,” he said.

    The Star Online. (2018, 10 Feb). MCA launches Belt and Road 2.0 [Press Release].

    MITI/MPC Showcase on Innovation for Productivity (SHIP) 2018

    KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia is on track to achieve the target of 3.7 per cent labour productivity growth annually valued at RM92,300 per worker by 2020.

    International Trade and Industry Minister Datuk Seri Mustapa Mohamed said the country achieved labour productivity growth of 3.6 per cent in 2016, reaching 87.8 per cent, or productivity value of RM81,039, of the 2020 targeted level.

    “With the nine Productivity Nexus initiatives led by industries and supported by government and academia (in placed), we believe the country’s productivity will be further improved.

    “This year, the Nexus has planned over 42 projects, among them documentation of best practices, industry profiling and development of online productivity tool kits,” he told reporters after officiating the Showcase on Innovation for Productivity (SHIP) 2018, here today.

    The Productivity Nexus is a centre of excellence relating to productivity and is the catalyst in implementing productivity initiatives.

    Industries are encouraged to participate in the programme offered by the Nexus to further increase productivity.

    SHIP 2018 showcases best practices from four strategic innovation partnership platforms, namely the Ministry of Higher Education’s Public-Private Research Network, SIRIM-Fraunhofer Partnership, AIM-Steinbeis Foundation Malaysia, and SME Corp Bhd–PlaTCOM Ventures Sdn Bhd.

    During the 2015-2017 period, SHIP has spent about RM200 million, benefitting 1,600 small and medium enterprises.

     

    SHIP is an initiative under the purview of the National Oversight Productivity Council, which is part of the governance structure of the National Productivity Council.

    New Straits Time Online. (2018, March 22). Malaysia to reach RM92,300 productivity growth value per worker by 2020 [Press Release].

    At times of a big move around, we hesitate to adopt new ideas and technology because we think we are doing fine with the old ones and we are already making profits using existing methods; why replace something we know so well with something we don’t?

    It might be safe game waiting for the first movers in the industry but little did we know, as soon as it happened; we are officially lagging behind. The process of change is not difficult but the courage to take on the flight is.

    Make your first move now: CLICK HERE


    “Do not wait; the time will never be ‘just right.’ Start where you stand, and work with whatever tools you may have at your command, and better tools will be found as you go along.”

    George Herbert


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