IoT Malaysia 2015
The 6th edition of Asia IoT Business Platform took place in Kuala Lumpur on 3 - 4 November 2015 to a resounding success. Held at Pullman KLCC, 264 IoT stakeholders from 76 companies were treated to a 2-day conference and exhibitions.
Date: 28 – 29 May 2015
Venue: Amari Watergate Bangok, Thailand
Snapshot Of Conference
- Chaired by Dr. Khoh Soo Beng, Research & Program Director, Collaborative Research in Engineering, Science & Technology (CREST)
- 20 international speakers with 19 cutting-edge presentations and panel discussions, including IoT Leaders panel comprising local telco big players and government representatives
- Topics discussed included Smart City, Market Trends, Healthcare, Banking & Finance, Transport & Logistics
- 41.15% of Director/Head of IT participation from government, telco, banking and finance, healthcare, utility, automotive, transport and logistics verticals
The success of the event would not have been possible without the gracious support of MIMOS (Malaysia’s national R&D centre in ICT under purview of the Malaysian Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation), all sponsors and participants.
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Dato’ Ng Wan Peng
I’d like to applaud the effort by Asia IoT Business Platform. At this early stage of trying to create awareness, it is important to have a platform that allows different players to come together, exchange views, and discuss potential to develop new solutions, address the needs of the massive market. Opportunities in IoT is endless, and this platform is helpful to foster this kind of collaboration.”
VP M2M Growth, Telenor
The conference was good with a lot of focus on customer and customer orientation. We are also able to see some disruptive new things happening.”
Solution Delivery Manager, Maxis
It’s great to see many solutions partners coming together to showcase the new technologies that they have, to change the way we run our businesses and bring them to the to the next level.”
Noor Azlen Bahari
Head of M2M Operations, Digi
It’s a good start for Malaysia. Great to see here that people actually understand whats going on out there moving from Liner thinking to Exponential thinking.”
Dr Dhesi Baha Raja
Exponential Medicine Physician, Singularity University NASA Ames Research Center, GSP15
It is certainly worth the flight coming over here. It’s a really good conference where there are lots of excitement and entrepreneurship in the air and we can just see the presentations done over here, as well as the opportunities IoT is providing. It’s really worth the trip.”
Mobile Financial Services Supervisor, Garanti Bank
I’ve seen many powerful and wonderful presentations. I believe we have always expanded our horizons here and are able to think more of the future – connect more dots to create new solutions and services.”
Head, Group & Regional IT – Asia, Petronas Lubricants International
A good place to learn from solution providers. There’s also backing from telco for an in-country perspective. Very helpful in exploring the market in Malaysia and in the region.”
Head of IT Strategy, Planning & Governance, Felda Global Ventures
I believe this has benefited many of my colleagues, as we have met up with a lot of other industry players who have similar issues. We hope to work together with telcos and vendors in solving our business problems.”
Upcoming Event: 14th edition of Asia IoT Business Platform Malaysia
Asia IoT Business Platform 2017 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia will be held on 27 – 28 July 2017 at Hotel Istana Kuala Lumpur.
IoT Malaysia is an annual event held in Kuala Lumpur. 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 Malaysia.
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 400 key IoT stakeholders from the region and the international community will be in attendance.