MARii’s first centre outside of the Klang Valley opened in Kota Kinabalu, it’s first ever under the MARii Satellite network, to allow for more extensive reach for technology adoption within the automotive, robotics and IoT (Internet of Things) sectors as well as overall mobility.
MARii Satellite Sabah was launched on 16 February 2019 by Minister of International Trade and Industry, YB Datuk Darell Leiking.
The six-story MARii Satellite Sabah houses advanced product design, process design, data analytics and special training facilities, developed to immediately allow participation of Sabahans in advanced technology applications for automotive manufacturing, aftersales and overall mobility, which can be commonly utilised in other sectors such as furniture, agriculture, plantation, oil & gas and fisheries.
The Satellite is equipped with a Design Lab, hosting advanced product and process design applications such as Computer Aided Design and Additive Manufacturing facilities and equipment. At the same time, the Satellite also acts as a big data management and telematics centre to enhance information and data analytics, allowing for better insights and decision making for businesses.
In the areas of human capital development, the Satellite is equipped with a complete training Dojo for manufacturing, aftersales and remanufacturing. The Dojo system in the Satellite uses the same experiential training system that has been implemented in the MARii Academy of Technology located in Bukit Beruntung, Selangor, and will be the center for MARii’s training programmes such as IPC, AICE, MARii Graduate Apprenticeship, DEP, LPS, and PIMA.
The MARii Satellite Sabah is located in Donggongon Avenue, only 15 minutes from Kota Kinabalu International Airport and the Kota Kinabalu city centre.
Visit the following to know more about the launch of MARii satellite Sabah: http://marii.my/marii-opens-first-satellite-in-sabah/