Being a central planning body that coordinates Malaysia's overall technological needs, TDA plays an important role in managing critical and important information on technological development and enhancement that will benefit the country.
Technology List was created to categorize all related technologies under each niche sector. The data were collected from desktop research, industry visits, industry players' inputs and by engaging Subject Matter Experts. By managing the Technology List, TDA is able to identify the specific technologies needed by the country and those technologies could be incorporated as the Offset requirements to the OEMs. Henceforth all the technologies acquired from the OEMs will be used to develop and enhance the local industries.
TDA has focused on the strategic and essential sectors specified for Malaysia that includes the following:
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||Aerospace and Defence Technology List |
Aerospace industry is a high technology industry that produces aircraft, space vehicles, aircraft engines, propulsion units, and other related parts. MIGHT as the Secretariat to the Malaysian Aerospace Council (MAC) has built a comprehensive technology list comprises of the latest aerospace technology.
||Electrical and Electronics Technology List |
Malaysia has developed significant capabilities and skills in the manufacture of a wide range of semiconductor devices, high-end consumer electronics and information and communication technology (ICT) products.
||Green Technology List |
Although the supporting arguments to switch away from fossil fuels are many, the first and most obvious reason is simply that fossil fuels are not, for all practical purposes, renewable.
||Maritime Technology List |
The maritime industry in Malaysia can be defined as those enterprises that are involved in designing, building and constructing, repair and maintaining, and converting and upgrading of vessels as well as marine equipment.
||Rail Technology List |
Although the presence of rail transportation in Malaysia is more than a century-old, the country is still heavily dependent on foreign supplies with minimal local content. With a proper industry development mechanism in place, the industry will be able to grow rapidly. The initial step taken by MIGHT in developing Malaysian Rail Industry Roadmap is crucial in providing a better perspective of the future rail industry.