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A look at the interior of the Smart Selangor C5i Operation Centre (SSOC) run by the Smart Selangor Delivery Unit (SSDU), which is mandated to spearhead the development of the Smart Selangor programmes. — Picture by ASRI SAPFIE/SELANGORKINI

Selangor mobile Covid-19 operation room all geared up

By Nadiah Zamlus

SHAH ALAM, Jan 22 — The 24-hour Covid-19 mobile operational room will commence its operation at the Smart Selangor C5i Operation Centre (SSOC) to monitor the pandemic more effectively.

Smart Selangor Delivery Unit (SSDU) said the control centre will document assistance management and support operational control management with Federal agencies which includes having a centralised Covid-19 monitoring system to monitor the state’s pandemic situation in Real Time.

“The control centre costs RM6 million in total expenditure to be built and has the ability to operate 24 hours straight with a high-speed internet network.

“It is also equipped with a hybrid data centre and centralised communication system as well as the Smart Data Platform that is complete with the ability to analyse Big Data,” the agency said.

Further elaborating, the SSDU said that the construction of the SSOC at the Dewan Jubli Perak in Selangor State Secretariat Building was completed in December 2020.

According to the statement, the SSOC covers five integrated functions namely instructional, control, communicative, computational, collaborative and teamwork.

“The formation of the SSOC is one of 60 initiatives under the Smart Selangor programmes which is led by the SSDU to propel Selangor into becoming a liveable smart state in the Asean region by 2025,” it said.

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