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KUALA LUMPUR (Sept 6): The Malaysian Drone Technology Action Plan 2022-2030 (MDTAP30) will be developed as a national agenda to support the drone ecosystem, said Prime Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob.
He said these were among matters decided at the National Digital Economy and the Fourth Industrial Revolution Council (MED4IRN) he chaired on Tuesday (Sept 6), which was also attended by ministers and heads of departments and agencies involved. 
“The Malaysian Research Accelerator for Technology and Innovation (MRANTI) will be the coordinating agency and secretariat of MDTAP30, which will submit progress reports to Emerging Technology Clusters,” he said in a statement on Tuesday. 
Ismail Sabri said the Traffic Management for Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS-TM) will also be developed to improve the efficiency of the Drone Operator Registration Process to increase UAS registration by 2030.
In addition, the meeting also took note of matters raised by industry players, such as bureaucracy, that will be looked into as part of efforts to develop the country's drone industry.
Ismail Sabri said the drone industry in Malaysia has the potential to generate growth of RM50.71 billion to the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) and is capable of creating 100,000 job opportunities by 2030.

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Like the title implies, a social media manager oversees a company’s social media marketing efforts. They may work as part of a large marketing team, or in cases where social media is the main marketing channel, they may make up the marketing team.

The social media manager develops strategies for the business’s social media platforms, oversees their implementation (or implements them), and tracks the results using analytics. They also report their progress either to the head of marketing or other supervisors.

Social media managers are responsible for communicating with clients about their strategy and ensuring that the client’s vision comes to life on social media channels. -

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Visual communication is the process of using visual elements to convey ideas, information, and data. Visual elements can encompass graphs, typography, charts, maps, and graphics. You likely encounter some form of visual communication every day, from the emoji in that email your colleague sent you, to the poster in the bathroom that explains the correct protocol for washing hands.

Essentially, any medium that uses visual assets to give meaning, add context, or evoke emotion falls can be classified as visual communication. However, it differs from visual branding such as logos, in that it’s more often used as a way to transmit specific information than an overall brand identity.

Visual communication is often used in content marketing (creating and distributing valuable information to attract a targeted audience) to supplement blog posts, videos, and whitepapers. However, this article will focus on how visual strategies can be used to improve internal communication within organizations -


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