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Asia IoT Business Platform and Singapore Infocomm Technology Federation (SiTF) are collaborating to bring you SiTF Singapore Pavilions at the IoT Thailand 2017 and IoT Indonesia 2017.
Benefits of Joining SiTF Singapore Pavilions
Singapore’s IT industry has become saturated and highly competitive. Hence, the aim of the SiTF Singapore Pavilions is to help the Singapore-based technology companies enter new markets or new business lines, and grow their overseas revenue.
So if you are an IT company registered in Singapore and interested in overseas markets, contact us for more information!
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IoT ThailandThailand's IoT spending in 2014 amounted to US$ 57.7 million, and is forecasted to increase by 1600% by 2020. The government intends to drive digital growth through IoT initiatives, including smart city plans in Phuket, Chiang Mai and Bangkok.
IoT Manufacturing in Southeast Asia
Within the next few years, Singapore’s market share of IoT expenditure is supposed to shrink by half until 2020, while Thailand, Philippines, Malaysia and especially Indonesia’s market share will increase.
According to a Frost and Sullivan report, the spending of IoT in Indonesia will increase to USD$1350.0 M and spending in Malaysia will increase to USD$916.1 M in 2020. Both Indonesia and Malaysia will have a forecasted spending in transportation IoT of USD$38.78 M and USD$73.9 M respectively.
IoT Logistics and Thailand
According to a Frost & Sullivan report, Thailand’s IoT spending in 2014 amounted to US$ 57.7 M. This is forecasted to increase by over 1600% to US$ 973.3 M in 2020. The majority of this spending takes place in manufacturing and logistics.
IoT Agriculture and Indonesia
Indonesian farmers understand that they need to improve efficiency. Turning traditional agriculture into smart agriculture with IoT is definitely key to their survival in the industry. With application of technologies in the field, such as sensors and drones, not only will they be able to access climate forecasts but also to collect crop data.
Smart Cities - Southeast Asia
A smart city signifies an urban region which is extremely advanced in terms of overall infrastructure and where information and communication technology is the principal driving force.