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Is Big Data The Answer To Malaysia’s Property Oversupply Problem and Inefficient Town Planning?

Cha Ly Koh, CEO & Founder, UrbanMetry

18-Jul-23 10:00

Is Big Data The Answer To Malaysia’s Property Oversupply Problem and Inefficient Town Planning?

Although getting better in recent times, Malaysia still has a property oversupply problem, but could big data and AI be the solution? Or atleast help make sure this doesn’t continue to be a problem going forward?

That’s something UrbanMetry is banking on.

UrbanMetry is an AI-driven city and property data startup that cleans and analyses large amounts of city data, through its proprietary algorithms. The data and insights can then be used by governments, city planners, developers and financial institutions to create and back – better planned property developments and town planning. This will hopefully help manage the demands-supply mismatch so that developments match actual needs on the ground.

We speak to Cha Ly Koh, CEO and founder of UrbanMetry, about how she built this platform, whether data is truly the answer to Malaysia’s property woes, and what lies ahead for the company.

Produced by: Roshan Kanesan

Presented by: Roshan Kanesan


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Categories:  entrepreneursSMEpropertytechnology

Tags:  property marketproperty developmentbig datatech startupai





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