Accelerating the
Industrial Internet of Things

Asia IoT Business Platform | Bangkok, Thailand

Asia IoT Business Platform | Bangkok, Thailand
Industry Platform Pte. Ltd.
Renaissance Bangkok Ratchaprasong, Bangkok
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IoT Thailand is held annually in Bangkok. With a focus on local telecommunication companies and enterprises in key verticals, the event offers Southeast Asia’s most comprehensive program for solution providers targeting enterprise adoption of Internet of Things (IoT) and Machine-to-Machine (M2M) technologies in Thailand. With over 1800 attendees participating in the Jakarta, Kuala Lumpur, Manila, Bangkok and Hanoi editions in 2016, the event will return for the fourth year in a row to Bangkok.

At the event, there will be an exhibition featuring over 20 companies showcasing the latest technologies, next generation solutions and new-to-market products. Over 300 key IoT stakeholders from the region and the international community will be in attendance. You can view the past editions here. (

IoT took off in Thailand in 2016, boosted by the arrival of 4G wireless broadband networks and the proliferation and affordability of internet-connected devices. Thailand is also embarking on SMART THAILAND 2020 which will boost ICT technologies in the country – where only half the population currently has access to the Internet.

While IoT has grown tremendously over the past few years – being heralded as the “fourth industrial revolution” that can change the way businesses and organisations operate, IoT adoption remains conservative. Concerns over cost effectiveness, interoperability and security loom over the decision-making process, creating the needs for businesses to seek thought leadership, use cases, and consultative strategic planning to better understand how to adopt IoT successfully. With this in mind, this year’s edition of AIBP will focus on concrete discussions between IoT solution providers and end users to address key challenges and pain points in implementing IoT in businesses.

The second focus of AIBP will be on Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs), which currently makes up 98.5% of businesses and account for some 70% of national employment. By 2021, value of SME GDP will account for 50% of total GDP. SMEs are encouraged to initiate creative and innovative business, with the use of technologies and R&D, and the Office of Small and Medium Enterprises Promotion has plans for boosting “Smart SMEs”, as part of Thailand 4.0 Initiative.

This is a dynamic industry platform that should not be missed if you want to understand more about enterprise digital transformation and IoT in Thailand, understand businesses’ needs and challenges in adopting IoT, and establish important connections that will benefit you and your organisation in many ways.

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