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The Cyberview Living Lab Accelerator‘s 18th Cohort wrapped up on May 15, which was when the Demo Day took place.

Also known as CLLA, this accelerator empowers promising startups by providing a conducive platform for them to experiment, pilot, launch innovative solutions, and grow.

The programme provides entrepreneurs support in the areas of human capital, funding, mentorship, infrastructure, as well as market access. As of 2023, CLLA had nurtured 98 startups, raised over RM255 million in investments, generated over RM792 million in revenue, and created 1,450 jobs.

Needless to say, it’s an accelerator that shows results.

Its latest cohort featured seven homegrown startups with technological solutions that touch on Smart Living & Green Technology, Digital & Data Solutions, Industrial IoT solutions, and Artificial Intelligence (AI) & Robotics.  

Here’s who they are, and what they do.  

1. Briq Bloq

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On a mission to revolutionise the commercial real estate industry is Briq Bloq. The team aims to streamline operations, enhance transparency, and empower stakeholders.

Specifically, the startup is doing so by offering innovative leasing and asset management customer relationship management (CRM) solutions tailored to the unique needs of landlords, agencies, and tenants.

Ming Yaw, the founder, is an actual commercial real estate professional who spent 10 years in multi-national and large agencies, dealing with the challenges that brokers and owners currently face. ​

Observing how other industries (like insurance and travel agencies) were innovating, he felt compelled to bring the same innovations to his own industry.

Equipped with these insights, he established Briq Bloq to deliver easy-to-use solutions for various stakeholders in the industry to communicate with one another.

2. BÜAL Studio

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Founded by Hakim Azmi and Farehan Maidin, BÜALStudio helps business owners enhance storytelling through motion design.

To be specific, they focus on transforming complex data into captivating motion design. But they seek to go beyond just visualising information, and instead aim to weave emotions into every frame.

3. MengajiOnline.com

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MengajiOnline.com is a one-stop platform that democratises Islamic religious studies by allowing students to set their own fees according to their ability.

The platform is accessible anytime, anywhere with a wide selection of quality religious teachers.

According to a slide deck from the startup, the business, which functions on a subscription basis, has generated a cumulative revenue of RM12.7 million since starting three years ago.

4. MInDnRobotics

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MInD Mechatronic Intelligent Design is a technology-based company focusing on process optimisation through automation and digitisation.

Prioritising the production of high-quality and fit-for-purpose solutions for clients, the team consists of skilled engineers who are passionate about delivering state-of-the-art technology at competitive prices.

Specifically, they offer services in prototyping development, design and fabricate Printed Circuit Boards (PCB), as well as develop software and firmware. They also offer a range of custom Internet of Things (IoT) solutions.

And as their name suggests, the company also offers services in robotics, relating to Autonomous Mobile Robots (AMR) in particular.

5. Nexoprima (mCare)

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Incorporated in 2015, Nexoprima started out by providing managed IT and high availability services. But since 2017, they have honed in on the healthcare industry, offering medical device data integration solutions.

Specifically, Nexoprima enables hospitals to fully leverage their valuable medical data that previously may have been underutilised.

mCare is Nexoprima’s maternity care system that aims to minimise patient risk during labour.

It’s described as a labour room information system which is designed to empower clinicians in monitoring and overseeing the wellbeing of both expectant mothers and newborns throughout the labour and delivery process.

6. Smartpeep

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Another healthtech company is SmartPeep, which delivers AI solutions to healthcare institutions and technology partners.

With offices in Malaysia and Singapore, SmartPeep has developed a range of in-room and common area monitoring modules for deployment in hospitals, aged-care facilities, and retirement villages. 

Their solutions make nursing operations more efficient while improving patient care by extending line-of-sight monitoring. It also helps provide early alerts, enabling the nurses to offer just-in-time assistance to elevate care to the next level. 

SmartPeep has implemented its safety monitoring products in more than 20 healthcare and aged-care facilities. It’s now present in Singapore, Malaysia, Japan, Australia, and the United Kingdom.

Established in 2017, SmartPeep’s founding team consisted of an AI specialist, a software developer, a user-experience, and marketing specialist, and a sensor expert, making it a star-studded team with all the relevant industry know-hows.

7. Solvnex  

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Solvnex is a company that empowers individuals to be part of the rising gig workforce, providing gig professionals access to work with corporates through a customised gig hiring platform.

Through this platform, the startup seeks to offer faster matching time for gig workers, and a transparent process for businesses and corporate by adopting the gig workforce.

To cultivate a better landscape of talents, they offer upskilling opportunities for gig workers to boost their portfolio.

Essentially, the objective here is to close the gap for gig professionals to be able to work with large corporate companies nationwide.

This is done by ensuring Solvnex’s platform is tailored to cater to the governance compliance of companies, helping them to remain compliant with all relevant laws and regulations.


We hope to see these seven homegrown startups continue to grow and develop, equipped with the know-how and connections that the CLLA has provided.

Entrepreneurs interested to join the accelerator can always submit their startup on the dedicated website.

  • Learn more about the Cyberview Living Lab Accelerator here.
  • Read other articles we’ve written about Malaysian startups here.

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