The IoT Market Potential
The Ministry of Communication and Information Technology (KOMINFO) sees its role evolving from being a regulator to facilitator and accelerator to propel Indonesia into the digital era. In the role of facilitator, KOMINFO is looking to build digital infrastructure, to enable increased broadband access in Indonesia. As an accelerator, KOMINFO is rolling out the Next Indonesian Unicorns (NextICorn) program, which will act as a bridge so that local startups can grow into new unicorns.
The Making Indonesia 4.0 roadmap was launched in April 2018 and focuses on the capability upgrading of five manufacturing sectors, namely F&B, automotive, electronics, chemicals, and textile and garment. The program aims to propel Indonesia into one of the top 10 global economies by 2030 and raise the GDP contribution of the manufacturing sector from 20% to 25% by 2025. Indonesia also rolled out the Indonesia Industry 4.0 Readiness Index (INDI4.0) in early 2019 to help manufacturers assess their level of productivity.
Jakarta is working on multiple projects to improve industry, innovation, and well-being of citizens. Health data is being collected through apps and will be connected to the big data system by 2020. The data will be used to design and deliver social and health programs by 2022. The city is also focusing on building infrastructure to deliver the OK OTrip Integrated Transit Cashless Payment by 2020. The objective is to integrate all Jakarta transit payment systems into one cashless system to improve urban mobility and keep travel affordable.
The 39th edition of Asia IoT Business Platform will be held in Jakarta on 2-3 September 2020.
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2019 Advisory Board
The Advisory Board is made up of key IoT stakeholders from the public and private sectors and across the IoT supply chain. The esteemed Advisory Board advises on the content, themes, objectives and speakers for the conference to ensure content presented is highly relevant and cutting-edge, offering guidance into overall program development.
2019 Asia IoT Business Platform program focused on concrete discussions between IoT solution providers and end users to address key challenges and pain points in implementing IoT in businesses. Esteemed speakers from across different industries provided insights on issues, challenges, and the latest developments in the IoT landscape in Indonesia.
Sponsorship & Exhibitions Opportunities
Asia IoT Business Platform is a dynamic business program that helps you understand more about the enterprise IoT market in Indonesia as well as the needs and challenges of your prospective clients and partners. Leverage the program to establish important connections and leads for your business development in Indonesia.
2019 Participant Snapshot
The 32nd edition of Asia IoT Business Platform in Indonesia brought over 500 senior IoT stakeholders from the Government, telecommunications, manufacturing, logistics, transportation, healthcare, finance, and other relevant sectors to explore the possibility of adopting IoT solutions.