lSI offers a dynamic platform for truly multidisciplinary and expert consultation on the complete implementation of project services. This encompasses research and inception.acquisition and planning. marketing and capacity building.project procurement. on-site implementation and construction as well as and facilities and life-cycle management. It conveniently serves as a single-point enabler of wide-ranging tangible initiatives through direct access to the network repository of highly skilled and expert members of UTM research. learning and consultancy fraternity. Thus. lSI offers the right and dynamic set-up that best fit your procurement needs and requirements in projects and many other forms of endeavours. 

Our consultancy portfolio comprises of a myriad of projects and Installations on the urban and built environment. the most recent being the proposed design and physical development of the Tanjung Pelepas Ecological Park (TPEP) through a build-operate-transfer (BOT) plan and the refurbishment package of Community Colleges throughout the country under the National Blue Ocean Strategy (NBOS) Initiatives (2017). lSI also thrives on engineering research consultancy, especially in the form of Hydrodynamic Simulation Project for the Port of Tanjung Pelepas and proposed Establishment of Johor Port Authority (Tanjung Pelepas) Marine Data Centre (MDC). Other recent exemplary areas of consultancy include Policy formulation on Open Data for the Melaka State Government, an outcome of the Newton­ Ungku Omar international grant, lSI & UK Future Cities Catapult (FCC) in 2016, and the  20171ndeks Syariah Malaysia (ISM) (Facilities and Environment- Phase 2).

After the success of the first phase of the research, ISI has been appointed to undertake Phase 2 of the research, Indeks Syariah Malaysia: Prasarana & Persekitaran. The questionnaire used in phase 1 is being strengthened and soon data collection will commence in February 2017 to kick-start the research.

Indeks Syariah Malaysia is an index developed to measure and assess Malaysia's efforts in achieving the five objectives of Maqasid Al-Syariah, namely, in the preservation of religion, life, lineage, intellect and property. Accordingly, the signing of a Memorandum of Agreement (MoA) Malaysian Syariah Index in 2017 was held on 29 November 2016 at the Everly Hotel, Putrajaya. The event was officiated by YB Major General Dato 'Seri Jamil Khir Haji Baharom, Minister in the Prime Minister. Also, present Y.Bhg Jakim director-general Tan Sri Dato 'Deputy Director General (Policy) Jakim and Vice Chancellors of Public Universities. 

The research has been successfully completed. The final report has been submitted on 16 July 2017.

 

 

Final Report

Title: Research Project on Hydrodynamic Simulation Within Port Limit of Port of Tanjung Pelepas and Establishment of Johor Port Authority (Tanjung Pelepas) Marine Data Centre (MDC)

Client: Johor Port Authority (JPA)

Project Cost: RM1.4 million

Duration: 18 months ( beginning 1 May 2015)

Status: Completed

Headed by: Assoc. Prof. Dr Mohd Zamani Ahmad

Description:

Johor Port Authority (JPA) has granted RM1.4m to ISI to undertake an 18 months study beginning 1st May 2015 with the following objectives; To perform hydrographic survey within JPA Port Limit Tanjung Pelepas; To develop a simulation model of hydrodynamic conditions of PTP water limit; To simulate pattern of hydrodynamic conditions of PTP water limit including shoreline evolution; To develop the database on hydrodynamic, hydrography and topographical data within PTP water limit.

Title: Newton Ungku Omar (NUO) Fund

Client: Future City Catapult (FCC), UK

Project Cost: GBP180,000.00

Duration: 1 year 

Leader: Prof. Dr Mohd Hamdan Ahmad and Dr Irina Safitri Zen

StatusCompleted

Description:

The objective of this research is to organize capacity building programme in Malaysia to help cities identify their innovation needs and creating data-enabled urban innovation with the goal of supporting green urban planning strategies. This specific project develops a capacity building programme in the form of a series of workshops for city managers in Malaysia – helping cities in Melaka to identify their innovation needs and building capacity in data-driven decision making.

The first policy paper called Open Data Policy for Melaka State Government is an outcome of the Newton-Ungku Omar fund Grant was successfully handed over on 2nd May 2017 at the launching of City Development in Malaysia Project in conjunction with Melaka Sustainable Cities Conference and Green Exhibition 2017. The objective of this policy is to provide guidelines for conducting the open data policy so as to encourage the sharing of data and collaboration among government agencies in Melaka. The policy supports the Malaysia Act 2015 – Pelaksanaan Data Terbuka Sektor Awam, defining the big data and open data in the context of Melaka, in addition to principles and advantage in open data as well as the strategy for open data at the state level.

Title: Conceptual Master Plan and Schematic Design for Tanjung Pelepas Ecological Park and Research Centre.

Client: Johor Port Authority (JPA) and Port of Tanjung Pelepas (PTP)

Project CostRM3000,000.00

DurationFour (4) months

Status: Completed

Description:

The aim is to produce a Conceptual Master Plan and Schematic Design for an Ecological Park and Research Centre on a designated site near Tanjung Pelepas Port. The plan will serve as planning instrument and guide plan for implementation of the park development.

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