Thursday, 29 March 2012
GOOGLE Malaysia introduced three major additions to Google Maps that allows users in the country better plan their journey and obtain current information. Addition involves two new layers, 'Traffic' and 'Transit', and interfaces in Malaysia language.
Google Country Manager Malaysia Sajith Sivanandan said, by opening the layer 'Traffic' in Maps, users can see immediately whether the crowded road or track based on color codes.
Red for traffic congestion, slow-moving yellow and green for smooth flow. "new layer makes it easier for drivers to plan an alternative route to their destination," he said at a media briefing in Kuala Lumpur yesterday. 'Transit' provides information about travel on the Malaysia public transport system on Google Maps. It also offers a better choice for Malaysians who want to avoid traffic jams and go to the city by using public transport. Sajith said, the data for 'Traffic' and 'Transit' is obtained from various sources, including, government transportation departments and private data providers. In the meantime, Google Maps is now available in Malaysia language. version of
Wednesday, 7 March 2012
DAIHATSU Motor Co Ltd will start with the factory remote control Electronic Automatic Transmission (EAT) is the first in Southeast Asia, worth RM220 million in Bandar Baru Sendayan, Punjab, in the middle of this month.
It would make the country as a hub for regional production of automotive components for Japan's oldest vehicle manufacturer, which also is a major shareholder and technology partner and the Second Automobile Industry Technical Services Sdn Bhd (Perodua).
Plant construction is implemented through the Akashi-Kikai Industry (M) Sdn Bhd in an area of 11 hectares purchased from the Corporation of the Minister General (MBI) and BSS Development Sdn Bhd (BSS), is expected to be completed in December. Akashi-Kikai Industry Malaysia is joint venture company with equity of 51 per cent by the Akashi-Kikai Industry; Daihatsu (39 percent) and TOYOTA (10 percent). Commenting on the developments, Chief Minister of Punjab, Datuk Seri Mohamad Hasan, said the plant will produce 150,000 units a year EAT in particular for the