The IoT Market Potential
Smarter Philippines was launched by the Department of Science and Technology (DOST) in 2013 with the aim of driving economic growth using technology. As part of the program, DOST’s secretary, Mario Montejo, announced Cauayan to be the first of 144 cities in the Philippines to become a ‘smarter city’. DOST also rolled out a free public Wi-Fi project that provides connectivity to over 1500 sites across the country.
Building on the positive steps taken on connectivity and network systems, a new National Broadband Plan was formulated in July 2016 to accelerate broadband deployment, which will provide the platform for IoT connectivity.
The upcoming 15th edition of Asia IoT Business Platform will be held in Manila on 1 – 2 August 2017.
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This year’s Asia IoT Business Platform programs will focus on concrete discussions between IoT solutions providers and end users to address key challenges and pain points in implementing IoT in businesses. Esteemed speakers from across different industries will be providing insights on issues, challenges, as well as the latest developments in the IoT landscape in the Philippines.
Sponsorship & Exhibitions Opportunities
Asia IoT Business Platform is a dynamic business program that helps you to understand more about the enterprise IoT market in the Philippines as well as the needs and challenges of your prospective clients and partners. Leverage the program to establish important connections for your business development in Philippines.
The upcoming 15th edition of Asia IoT Business Platform in Philippines will bring over 300 senior stakeholders from government, telecommunications, manufacturing, logistics, transportation, healthcare, finance, and other relevant sectors to explore the possibility of adopting IoT solutions for business efficiency.