DI-5 The research falls within the guided research category and addresses the gap areas related to the challenges of adopting Malaysia's full migration and reliance on IPv6 networks. Quality: Rationale and justification are presented coherently and logically within the research focus and key growth areas.
Award/Rejection of Proposals
Feasibility: The suitability of the proposed activities, methods, activities and planned resources to carry out the project within the defined time frame. The researcher's expertise does not match the research field of the proposal and/or lacks previous research experience in the proposed field of study;.
Submission, Evaluation and Award Process Timeframe
The Technical Panel reserves the right to consider any other factor it may deem relevant in the evaluation process. The successful applicant must sign a Letter of Award (LOA) and upload it to the Research Grant System to indicate acceptance of the grant and its terms and conditions.
Disbursement of Funds
The manuscript must be submitted through the research grant system after RR has been approved;. The FR must be submitted within three (3) months of the research completion date and submission of the RR, with a verified financial statement from IHL, through the Research Grant System.
Dissemination of Findings
Researchers who have conducted research and submitted reports in Malay will translate and submit the manuscript in English.
Project Implementation and Monitoring Process Flow
Intellectual Property ("IP")
DSRG 2023 CYCLE 1 RESEARCH TITLES
DCC-1 – Challenges and Opportunities of Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) Adoption amongst MCMC Licensees
Provide an indicator of readiness, scale and impact (as applicable) of ESG adoption among MCMC licensees; and. Encik Muhammad Farouq Ya'cob, Assistant Director, Department of Communications and Postal Regulation, firstname.lastname@example.org; and. Encik Mohamad Haiqal bin Azman, Assistant Director, Department of Communications and Postal Regulation, email@example.com.
Addresses gap areas related to consumer experience and protection in relation to ensuring the security and delivery of last mile postal and courier items. Fueled in part by the COVID-19 pandemic, changing consumer behavior and booming e-commerce platforms, Malaysia's postal and courier industry has seen exponential growth in recent years. DCC-2 - A Study of Consumer Views and Experiences in the Security of Postal Items During Last Mile Delivery for the Post Office and.
The increase in parcel volume accompanied by market pressure to provide services at competitive prices corresponds to a decrease in the performance of last mile deliveries within the industry, in which the increase in customer dissatisfaction regarding the security and delivery of the item postar11 is reflected in a sudden increase in complaints received by the Commission. 10 The Edge Malaysia Weekly, Cover: Price pressures emerge for last-mile delivery players, 24 October 2022 accessed 8 February 2023 at https://www.theedgemarkets.com/article/cover-story-price-pressures -loom- Last delivery players. To provide insights and recommendations for improving internal data sharing practices and driving business value, which would be of interest to business and organizational leaders);
To provide insights into the technology, infrastructure and process needed to support internal data sharing, which will be of interest to IT and technology professionals);. To provide insights into the impact of internal data sharing on employee productivity and decision-making, which will be of interest to human resources and employee management professionals; and. DCC-3 – An analysis of the impact of internal data sharing on employee productivity, decision making and data transformation.
The research falls within the Directed Research Category and addresses the area of gaps related to program evaluation, evaluation and impact of internal organizational data sharing practices. Provide insights into best practices for data management and analysis that would be of interest to data professionals and data scientists); However, studies have shown that organizations struggle with internal data sharing, resulting in a lack of collaboration and inefficiencies in the workplace.
The problem statement of this research is to understand the impact of internal data sharing on employee productivity and decision-making and to identify initiatives and programs that can effectively improve this. This research aims to provide valuable insights for organizations seeking to implement internal data sharing strategies to improve business performance. The overall goal of this research project is to understand and analyze the impact of data sharing in an organization and identify effective initiatives and programs that can improve internal data sharing and improve overall performance.
However, despite the apparent positive aspects of digitization, adoption in many sub-sectors within the agriculture/agri-commodity industry remains low. On top of the relatively lower state of digitization within the agriculture sector compared to other verticals, the COVID-19 pandemic has created a vacuum in the number of employable foreign workers and pushed the sector towards automation. Yet it is not clear which sub-sectors took the plunge and which remained resilient to change.
This research aims to elicit research proposals that provide an understanding of the extent of digitization among the agricultural sector relative to the different levels of adoption (i.e. digitization, digitization or digital transformation) and progress among the different agricultural sub-sectors (potentially addressing : .crops, livestock, fisheries and other relevant identified sub-sectors). The findings will contribute to the identification of measures to further facilitate digitization within the scope of MCMC's roles and function and to provide input to other Malaysian agencies and bodies promoting digitization for the agricultural sector. Focus area: Indicator of acceptance and adoption of digital television technology within the East Coast of Peninsular Malaysia.
DI-2a – Free-To-Air Channel: Uses, Motivation and Gratifications of Users in the East Coast Region of Peninsular Malaysia
It addresses the gap areas related to the state of adoption of Free-To-Air (FTA) television platforms and channels among Malaysian users located throughout the East Coast of Peninsular Malaysia. MCMC also has access to data on television audience management metrics provided by a third-party research company that is limited to certain parts of Peninsular Malaysia. DI-2a – Free-to-air channel: Uses, motivation and satisfaction of users in the East Coast region of Peninsular Malaysia.
The research is expected to explore and investigate the issues, capture the main features of the FTA channels' viewers and provide a market context and perspective. The result should facilitate a better understanding of consumption patterns and motivations behind the use of FTAs in the East Coast region of Peninsular Malaysia. In relation to the potential delivery of specific regional content, the research results are also expected to measure audience preference for targeted content by region.
DI-2b – Free-To-Air Channel: Uses, Motivation and Gratifications of Users in Sarawak
Previously, MCMC conducted research on television users, motivation and satisfaction of users in Sabah in 2021. The outcome should be useful in facilitating a better understanding of consumption patterns and motivations behind the use of FTA channels in Sarawak. The research falls within the guided research category and addresses the gap areas of policy and regulatory implications for future 6G deployment based on social and economic considerations.
The research targets high-value Malaysian segments or verticals that are expected (but not limited to) to be adopters of 6G technology, which could include healthcare, transportation, media and agriculture, among others. While 5G services are still being deployed in Malaysia, globally, much work is being done to ensure that countries that are now building 5G capacity can transition and reap the future benefits of 6G services. 1 December 2022 accessed 7 February 2023 at https://www.telecomreviewasia.com/index.php/news/featured-articles/3072-from-5g-to-6g-countries-are-off-to-an-early -start.
Among the 6G achievements announced by China are the launch of a 6G satellite, the largest number of 6G patents (a total of 38,000 global patent applications, accounting for 35 of all 6G patents), and laboratory-scale 6G wireless transmission with speeds of up to 206.25 gigabits . per second 18. While the rest of the world strives to catch up with these leaders, Malaysia's communications infrastructure must follow suit to reap similar benefits from the 6G phenomenon. There is a need to understand the social and economic aspects associated with the rollout of 6G in Malaysia and the challenges and opportunities that may arise.
As the potential use of 6G is underexploited, there is also a need to identify the potential use of 6G. This research aims to elicit research proposals that will assist in a better understanding of the social and economic considerations, challenges and opportunities involved in the deployment of 6G in Malaysia and how it can benefit the country through societal well-being to improve. Examining the potential adoption and demand for 6G in relation to the economic and social base will contribute to the development of regulations and policies to aid future 6G development in Malaysia.
Puan Noraazwa Abd Rani, Director II, Central Monitoring Office 1, Central Monitoring Division, firstname.lastname@example.org. Area of focus: Ensuring availability of numbering and electronic addressing resources through full migration and reliance on IPv6 networks. The research falls under the guided research category and addresses the gap areas regarding the challenges of adopting Malaysia's full migration and reliance on IPv6 networks.
The initiative to adopt Internet Protocol Version 6 (IPv6) in Malaysia started in 2004 with the establishment of the National IPv6 Council and the publication of the National IPv6 Roadmap in 2005. The implementation of the migration plan from Internet Protocol Version 4 (IPv4) to IPv6 for the communications and multimedia industry in Malaysia was initiated in 2012 by the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) with the publication of the Guidelines on IPv6 Implementation and Compliance Test 2012. DI-5 – A study on the financial, technical and Operational challenges for full migration and dependency on IPv6 in Malaysia.
Therefore, this research should be able to identify the estimated costs (with clearly stated rationales and assumptions) for both options in the short and long term and calculate the financial implications that influence the decision-making of organizations in this regard. This research aims to produce proposals that identify the financial, technical and operational challenges in migrating to and depending on 100% IPv6. This research aims to derive research propositions that provide insights into the feasibility, requirements and adoption strategy in the development of PAC in the telecommunications industry in Malaysia.
This research aims to address this gap by conducting a comparative analysis of 5G implementation and digitization opportunities for services/vertical industries in 11. This research will provide insights into the strategies and best practices that different countries are using to use the technology 5G to digitize their industries. This research aims to derive research proposals that provide insights into the opportunities and challenges that may arise during the implementation of 5G in different industry verticals and how different countries are approaching the digitization of their industries in relation to 5G.
Grace Gain Fui Tsin, Director II, Industry Development Sector, Service Vertical, email@example.com. The study falls within the Supported Research category and focuses on the gap area related to access to healthcare and assisted living.