On 30th June, kipleLive thermal scanners were deployed in the Tourism Sector’s Post-RMCO Seminar event in WTC, Kuala Lumpur. The event is one of the earliest open events permitted post-CMCO after the government’s decision to lax the enforcement allowing open events like these to resume as usual. The event invitation is limited to 250 invitees in a controlled environment where it was held at Level 2, Dewan Tun Hussein Onn, WTC.
kipleLive was given the opportunity to attend as the strategic partner of MATA (Malaysia Association Tour Agency) where we are to put our A.I Thermal Scanners in use to assist with crowd control, ensuring safety and complying with the government’s SOP.
As we all know, the tourism industry is one of the most severely affected industry during the Covid-19 pandemic, therefore, the event organization is a proactive response to the government’s planned tourism and cultural recovery plan, where the Malaysian Travel Agency (MATA) responded to the government’s call to revitalize the tourism industry and the MICE (‘Meeting, Incentives, Convention & Exhibition’) through the initiative of organizing the Tourism Sector’s Post-RMCO Seminar.
The seminar was aimed to bring together industry players where a briefing and dialogue session on Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) and preventive measures that can be understood and implemented as a preliminary step in the reopening of the tourism economy sector thus enabling the country’s economy to recover quickly.
The event was officiated by the Minister of Tourism, Arts and Culture, YB Dato’ Seri Hajah Nancy Shukri, followed by the opening speech by Dato’ Hj Mohd Khalid Harun, the President of MATA.
The seminar is divided into 2 sessions namely the Morning Session which runs from 9.00 am to 11.30 am and Afternoon sessions from 2:00 pm to 5:00 pm with the line up of speakers includes:
- YB Dato’ Seri Haji Mohd Sharkar Bin Haji Shamsudin (Chairman of Pahang State Tourism, Environment & Plantation Committee)
- YBhg. Dato’ Dr. Ammar Bin Abd Ghapar (Malaysia Tourism Promotion Board – Tourism Malaysia)
- YBhg. Dato ‘Sri Abdul Khani Bin Daud (Malaysia Convention & Exhibition Bureau (MyCEB))
- En. Mohd Shahril Zainal, Head of Marketing Services and Government Relations (Malaysia Healthcare Travel Council)
- Mastura Binti Zulkifley, Tourism Policy Division of the Ministry of Tourism, Arts and Culture (MOTAC)
kipleLive team is in charge of the process of registration of the seminar participants where the process is done contactless and all participants will need to have their body temperature readings taken first using kipleLive’s A.I Thermal Scanner before being allowed in the hall.
Prior to the attendance, all the attendees have been notified to download the kipleLive app and update their Face ID. This is to allow seamless entry to the venue where it can be used as e-Pass to allow them the freedom to move around the venue space. This will also encourage and inculcate the practice of utilizing SOP compliance apps (apart from MySejahtera etc) when they use kipleLive.
The event will be a benchmark of the #NewNormal for kipleLive and the new MICE industry practice moving forward to propel the revitalization of the country’s tourism and cultural sectors in line with the Economic Recovery Plan.
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