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Launching of AITI Smart Gallery and AITI New Website Marks a New Milestone

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Launching of AITI Smart Gallery and AITI New Website Marks a New Milestone
Yesterday observed the launching of AITI SMART Gallery and AITI New Website in AITI’s premise at Kampong Anggerek Desa, Berakas. Present as the Guest of Honour was Yang Berhormat Pehin Orang Kaya Hamzah Pahlawan Dato Seri Setia Awang Haji Abdullah bin Begawan Mudim Dato Paduka Haji Bakar, Minister of Communications.
The AITI SMART Gallery’s main objective is to showcase the prototypes of advanced and future technologies.  The word S.M.A.R.T is an acronym for Secure, Mobile, Advanced, and Reliable Technology. Point of Sales counter, vehicle tracking and document tracking are just some of RFID applications showcased in the gallery. AITI’s Mini RFID Lab was also introduced on the same day as an avenue for the locals to be trained and ultimately be experts in RFID field.
The launching of AITI New Website featured a cleaner and fresher look. It is now much easier to navigate through areas which are of interest to members of the public and industry players. A few highlights to the website include:
An information window, which showcases current campaigns being conducted by AITI.
• A form centre which consolidates all the different forms by AITI into one tab.
• Sections for the core business of AITI.
In conjunction with the launching of the event, a Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) Seminar was held in the afternoon as an informative effort to instill RFID adoption in the government sector and private sector.
The seminar was officiated by Yang Mulia Dato Paduka Haji Awang Alaihuddin Bin POKDSL Dato Seri Utama Haji Awang Mohd Taha, Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Communications and as Chairman of AITI. Speakers from the Ministry of Industry and Primary Resources, John Harith Technology Sdn Bhd, Institute of the Hong Kong University, and Taiwan’s International Integrated Systems were invited to present related RFID topics. Present in the seminar were officers from government ministries and departments, ICT industry players, lecturers as well as students from higher institutions.
With its launch, AITI SMART Gallery is now open to the public from Monday to Friday only. AITI hopes the gallery would enable the public and local potential developers to find Brunei-Made innovative solutions of RFID. At the same time, it will allow our local ICT industry to further explore possibilities in adopting RFID in their own environments.