No products in the cart.
AIBP Conference & Exhibition (AIBP C&E) are in-market physical conferences and exhibitions designed for local markets. Since 2021, AIBP C&E have been held annually in Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam.
To propel the socio-economic recovery in Indonesia, the 2022 State Budget is centred around the implementation of structural reforms in the sectors of health, social protection, and education. In addition to improving social welfare schemes, the government also aims to focus on improving the nation's technology adaptability, strengthening fiscal decentralisation, as well as improving its infrastructure. Aimed at improving the country's digital literacy and productivity, equal distribution of connectivity and mobility infrastructure would be a key focus.
• Industry 4.0
Launched in 2021, The Center for Digital Industry 4.0 (PIDI 4.0) is a strategic initiative under one of the nation's priority programs. As part of the Industrial Human Resources Development Agency, this center is governed by the Ministry of Industry, and serves as a step in the right direction towards "Making Indonesia 4.0". There are five main pillars of services, namely a showcase center, training center, platform for collaboration, delivery center, as well as an engineering and AI center.
Kominfo expects to deploy a High Throughput Multifunction Satellite (SATRIA-1) with a capacity of 150 Gpbs by 2023. It will help boost connectivity inclusion, providing free internet connection to 150,000 public facilities. There is also a plan to initiate the farming and re-farming of spectrum to improve the efficiency of radio frequency spectrum allocation and develop the 5G network.
• Smart City
Indonesia is moving its capital to East Kalimantan on Borneo. There are plans to build the New Capital City of Nusantara (IKN) as a green and smart city. This serves as a milestone towards the nation's target of a 100 smart cities by 2045, as well as net zero carbon emissions and 100% new and renewable energy by 2060.
• Navigating the Intersection of Sustainable Growth, Business & Technology
Governments and businesses have become increasingly aware of the need to operate in a sustainable manner. However, sustainable growth is not only about complying with regulations or meeting social responsibility goals. It is also about creating long-term value for shareholders and other stakeholders by managing environmental, social and governance (ESG) risks and opportunities in a way that creates value.
Throughout our role of driving digitalisation ecosystems in Indonesia, we have seen first-hand how the discussion on digital transformation has changed from understanding the benefits to deriving real value from technology implementation projects. In response to the government’s interest, we will be mobilising business users in Indonesia to discuss the role that technology plays in sustainable growth and evaluate how to enhance returns from technology investments as we seek to identify the key elements for a successful digital strategy.ASEAN Innovation Business Platform (AIBP)
AIBP offers Southeast Asia’s most comprehensive platforms for stakeholders in the enterprise technology ecosystem to gather, connect and discuss growth, innovation and digital transformations in the region. Hosted annually in Southeast Asian countries since 2014, this is the 7th year AIBP is held in Jakarta.
This is a dynamic industry platform that should not be missed if you wish to understand more about enterprise digital transformation in Indonesia, understand businesses’ technology adoption, and establish important connections that will benefit you and your organization in many ways.
We look forward to welcoming you in Jakarta this coming November!
Date: 1 - 2 November 2022
Time: 9 AM - 5 PM (GMT+8)
Time: 9 AM - 4 PM (GMT+8)
Morning Session (1 November)
• Keynote Session
9.00 AM - 11.15 AM
• Driving Holistic EV Development
11.15 AM - 1.30 PM
Afternoon Session (1 November)
• Indonesia 4.0
1.30 PM - 3.20 PM
• Delivering on the Digital Economy
3.20 PM - 5.00 PM
Morning Session (2 November)
• Inclusive Financing for Indonesia
9.00 AM - 11.20 AM
• Engaging the Indonesian Consumer
11.20 AM - 1.45 PM
Afternoon Session (2 November)
• Sustainable City Development
1.45 PM - 3.10 PM
• Next Gen
3.10 PM - 4.00 PM