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CYBERNET MALAYSIA and MJIIT aim to share their knowledge and resources to increase digital engineering awareness among students and promote technological advancement in education.
Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur – June 10, 2024

CYBERNET SYSTEMS MALAYSIA SDN.BHD. (CSMY), today announced that they have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Malaysia-Japan International Institute of Technology (MJIIT – Located at the University Teknologi Malaysia), to strengthen the industry-academia collaboration between them.

CSMY and MJIIT have been working together for several years to cultivate Digital Engineering utilization among young engineers. The idea of an MoU was first discussed when a group of delegates from CYBERNET Japan and CYBERNET MALAYSIA visited MJIIT in April 2023. On that day, they signed an initial agreement paving the way to further discussions and collaboration. In June 2023, they jointly organized a seminar themed “Simulation Day” with the participation of over hundred students and researchers.

Under the new MoU, CSMY and MJIIT plan to elevate their relationship, by engaging in joint research activities, technical cooperation, and promoting Computer-Aided Engineering (CAE) education.


From left to right: Mr. Jim Pong (CAE Account Manager, CYBERNET MALAYSIA), Mr. Kelvin Lee (Manager, CYBERNET MALAYSIA), Mr. Takashi Sakakibara (COO, CYBERNET MALAYSIA), Prof. Ts. Dr. Ali bin Selamat (Dean, MJIIT), Ts. Dr. Zulhasni Bin Abdul Rahim (Senior Lecturer, Project Coordinator, MJIIT), and Mr. Edwin Lim (Sales Director, CYBERNET MALAYSIA)

“CYBERNET MALAYSIA look forward to working closely with universities in Malaysia and the ASEAN region. Young engineering students have a lot of original and creative ideas. This collaboration allows us to share our industry knowledge with them and learn from the new generation,” said Takashi Sakakibara, COO of CYBERNET MALAYSIA, after successfully executing the MoU.

CYBERNET is a leading CAE company headquartered in Tokyo, Japan. CYBERNET MALAYSIA, established in 2018, aims to expand CYBERNET’s presence in the ASEAN region and offer localized support to their customers. They provide CAE solutions and services to a broad spectrum of organizations, including companies in the manufacturing industry and academic & government research institutes.

Dean of MJIIT, Prof. Ts. Dr. Ali bin Selamat said: “Our affiliation with CYBERNET MALAYSIA started in 2022, and we discussed collaborating in various fields, such as antenna and telemetry systems for vehicle tracking. I believe that CYBERNET MALAYSIA is one of our outstanding intermediate partners that links us to further expand these collaborations with other industries.”

MJIIT focuses on engineering education, collaborative research and professional services in Mechanical Precision, Electronic Systems and Environment & Green Technology. They provide Japanese-style engineering education incorporating the Japanese “Kohza” system. MJIIT also has several spin-off companies providing Automation, Control Systems and AI solutions to manufacturing sectors worldwide.


CYBERNET SYSTEMS MALAYSIA SDN.BHD. supports customers in Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam, and other ASEAN countries. They provide a wide variety of software, technical support, engineering services and training for Computer-Aided Engineering (CAE), Vehicle Simulation, Casting Simulation, Tolerance Analysis, and Digital Engineering solutions that combine CAE with emerging technologies for Digital Transformation, such as IoT, AR-VR, Digital Twin, Big Data analysis, and AI.

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CYBERNET MALAYSIA is a wholly owned subsidiary of CYBERNET SYSTEMS CO., LTD., a leading CAE company established in 1985, headquartered in Tokyo, Japan. Their corporate vision is "Creating a sustainable society and inspiring the world through technology and ideas.” Their goal is to solve the problems of their customers, who face increasingly diverse and complex technological issues every day, with technology and ideas that exceed their expectations, and to lead them to the next level of innovation.

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MJIIT was founded in 2001 as a result of a discussion between the then prime minister of Malaysia, Dr Mahathir Mohammad, and his Japanese counterpart Junichiro Koizumi during the ASEAN+3 Summit. Since their official launch in 2012, MJIIT is maintaining a strong relationship with Japan through various collaborative partnerships. Their mission is providing Japanese style engineering education blended with Malaysia distinctiveness for sustainable industry and society, and leading in academic and research excellence in Electronics, Precision, Environmental & Green Engineering and Management of Technology.

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Contact Details

Takashi Sakakibara, COO
Marketing Inquiries:
Chandima Uyanage
Marketing Solution Division
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Malaysia-Japan International Institute of Technology:
TS. DR. ZULHASNI BIN ABDUL RAHIM, Senior Lecturer, Project Coordinator

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