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Asia IoT Business Platform Indonesia 2020
[Notice]: In view of the current COVID-19 situation, the event date may subject to changes. We are monitoring closely with the event organiser and will provide an update to interested participants.
ACCESS THE ENTERPRISE IOT MARKET IN ASEAN
Asia IoT Business Platform Indonesia 2020 | Jakarta | 2 to 3 September 2020
With the biggest population in the region with more than 260 million population and strong economic growth, forecasted to be an annual rate of 5.5% during the period of 2018 to 2020, Indonesia offers an enormous potential for ICT businesses. The digital economy of the country is poised to become the largest in Southeast Asia too as its market value triples to US$100 billion by 2025 from US$27 billion in 2018.
The government has been very active in accelerating digital transformation in the country and last year, both the Ministry of Communication and Information and Ministry of Industry stressed the evolving role of the government, from being a regulator, to facilitator and accelerator to propel Indonesia to the digital era. Major initiatives that have been introduced and launched at our gathering in Jakarta:
1. Draft of IoT Roadmap and Regulation was launched in 2018 by the Ministry of Communication and Information Technology to gather feedback from the IoT industry stakeholders on the 3 main components of IoT: device, connectivity and people/process (including software and applications). The finalized regulation then was introduced at our gathering last year
2. National Industry 4.0 Framework, named Making Indonesia 4.0, was shared by Ministry of Industry with the aim to bolster the competitiveness of Indonesia’s industrial sector with IoT identified as a key technology in realizing the Making Indonesia 4.0
3. Smart City and Digital Economy initiatives that were launched by the Ministry of Communication and Information Technology in 2017 remain to be important too. There have been 25 cities nationwide being selected as pilot projects for smart cities and many ongoing digitalization projects in the financial and retail verticals to support the national digitalization agenda.
Supported by the Ministry of Communication and Information Technology (KEMKOMINFO), the 39th edition of Asia IoT Business Platform will focus on the theme “Enhancing ROI of Enterprise Technology Investments”. The sessions will discuss the potential and challenges in adopting IoT in industrial as well as transport and logistics vertical to realize the “Making Indonesia 4.0” vision, as well as the national IoT roadmap. Over 500 senior stakeholders from government, telecommunications, manufacturing, logistics, transportation, healthcare, banking and financial services will be present to discuss the key challenges, pain points, and unexplored potential in implementing IoT in businesses.
Eligible Singapore registered companies who exhibit under the Singapore Pavilion led by SGTech will receive LEAD IFM funding* from Enterprise Singapore.
*Terms & Conditions apply
Interested exhibitors, please contact Ms Jezerie Lan at
9/2/2020 - 9/3/2020
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