Jakarta (ANTARA) - The Nusantara Capital Authority (OIKN) said that smart city investment is not only about technology but also about shaping people's quality of life.

"Investment in the smart city is not only about technology but also about shaping the quality of life of the community as a whole as well as preserving the surrounding environment," OIKN Deputy for Funding and Investment Agung Wicaksono stated here on Tuesday.

OIKN held the Smart City Market Briefing I in Jakarta, with the main objective of presenting the smart city investment packages to potential investors.

This activity presented investment technical details and funding schemes that will support Nusantara's transformation towards a smart city.

A total of 36 companies, both local and international, such as from the United States, South Korea, Finland, China, France, Germany, Japan, the Netherlands, Poland, Switzerland, and Taiwan, attended the event.

The participation of these companies showed a high level of enthusiasm for investment to realize the smart city vision in Nusantara.

To facilitate potential investors, the OIKN offered various investment schemes ranging from Unsolicited Public Private Partnership (PPP) and Business-to-Business (B-to-B) cooperation.

Wicaksono also expected that the Smart City Market Briefing I event could provide insights to potential investors, such as about the four investment packages.

The four investment packages are the Integrated Command Control Centre, Data Center, Electric Vehicle Charging Station, and Smart Poles.(INE)

"Through the Smart City Market Briefing I, we invited stakeholders to jointly contribute to realizing Nusantara capital as a quality and highly competitive smart city," Wicaksono remarked.

The strong cooperation between public and private sectors can help realize the smart city vision of Nusantara.

Translator: Aji C, Kenzu
Editor: Aditya Eko Sigit Wicaksono
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