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Smart Cities Mission to Malaysia

This mission will be an excellent opportunity to showcase UK experience and expertise in the fields of sustainable construction/ novel or innovative techniques, and future mobility - particularly electric and autonomous vehicles and charging infrastructure.


Mission Dates

The mission is expected to run from Sunday 12th February - Wednesday 15th February 2023.


Mission Programme 

The precise programme is in development and we will respond to participant interests as far as possible. It is expected to take place across two-three working days and across multiple locations in Kuala Lumpur. Engagements are likely to include:

Potential meetings with and presentations from:-

  • DIT Malaysia
  • Construction Industry Development Board
  • SP Setia - The biggest property developer in Malaysia (and the former Battersea Power Station)
  • Sunway Group - A Malaysian conglomerate with property development and construction in two core businesses.
  • Smart Selagnor Delivery Unit
  • Ministry of Environment & Water (KASA)
  • Chartered Institute of Building
  • Malaysian Research Accelerator for Technology & Innovation (MRANTI) - Malaysia's central research & innovation commercialisation agency that accelerates ideas to market 
  • Gentari - A clean energy company working in renewables, hydrogen & green mobility
  • Asia Pacific University of Technology & Innovation (APU)
  • Cyberjaya
  • Sime Darby (TBC)

Networking events:-

  • British High Commission Kuala Lumpur


EOI Instructions

The deadline for response in midnight on Friday 13th January 2023

Submission of an EOI does not constitute acceptance. All EOIs are reviewed and shortlisted. DIT reserve the right to review and select appropriate participants.

Each organisation can nominate 1 or more delegates to take part in the delegation. Please provide contact details for the person(s) nominated to take part in the delegation.



There is no charge to participants but they will be responsible for their own international travel. DIT will be able to fund accomodation for 1 delegate per organisation. Local travel in Malaysia, breakfast and working lunches will be provided as will at least one evening networking session with Malaysia decision makers and senior stakeholders.


Pre-Mission Timeline

The intended pre-programme schedule is as follows:- 

  • 13th January - EOI submission deadline
  • 16th - 19th January - Review of EOIs
  • 19th January - Notifcations of outcome
  • Late January/ Early February - Pre-mission Briefings

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