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Singapore

Smart Mobility 2030: Focus on Autonomous Vehicles

In the face of growing vehicle population and limited land for road expansion, Singapore is taking a multi prong approach to Urban Mobility with the launch of Smart Mobility Plan 2030, where Intelligent Transport Systems would play an important role in enhancing transportation services to maintain delightful travel experiences. The Internet of Things (IoT) will feature heavily with the implementation of Smart sensors & Devices in Land Transport allowing real time insights to be gleaned through big data.


By Ernest Ho | May 1st, 2017

Vietnam

Benefits for Mobile Network Operators from Connected Car

This is a post by one of our exhibitors, Bright Box. Bright Box will be participating in the 11th edition of the Asia IoT Business Platform in Hanoi, Vietnam on 29 and 30 November 2016. http://www.bright-box.eu/


By Admin | May 1st, 2017

Asia Pacific

Telcos take on IoT Southeast Asia; tips for solution providers

These days, we see communication service providers (CSPs) getting increasingly actively involved in the IoT space. Being at the core of IoT value chain, telecommunications and IT service providers can bring together the large ecosystem of partners and speed up the time to market for IoT.


By Sue Yuin Ho | May 1st, 2017

Asia Pacific

What to expect in Asia IoT 2016 series

Happy New Year!


By Sue Yuin Ho | May 1st, 2017

Malaysia | Philippines

Great potential in the APAC IoT Manufacturing market

With Industry 4.0. becoming a widely known term, conversions about IoT in manufacturing are taking place in more and more companies.


By Sue Yuin Ho | May 1st, 2017

Indonesia

Smart City vision Indonesia 2015 -2045; breakthrough in Automotive

World Population Review clocked Jakarta at 10.2 million residents at the end of last year. If the surrounding metro area is also included, the population exceeds 28 million. Each day, Jakarta residents cope with a variety of infrastructure challenges, including sluggish traffic, shaky power grids, slow internet speeds, and floods brought on by inadequate drainage systems.


By Sue Yuin Ho | May 1st, 2017