APAC IoT Innovation Summit & IoT Expo @ Mobile 360 – Digital Societies

Start: Thursday 26 September 2019 8:30 am

End: Thursday 26 September 2019 5:30 pm

Venue: Mayang Sari Grand Ballroom, Lower Level 3, JW Marriott Kuala Lumpur

Location: 183, Bukit Bintang Street, Bukit Bintang, 55100 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

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It has been widely recognised in the mobile industry that Asia-Pacific (APAC) is the world’s foremost growth region in IoT, representing 40% of the total global spend last year. 37 of the world’s 121 Mobile IoT, LTE-M & NB-IoT, networks are deployed in Asia-Pacific across 15 countries, and there remains plenty of room for growth. To that end, the APAC IoT Partnership Programme was launched in October 2018, to bring together operators and their partners in the wider ecosystem for the sharing of ideas, progress updates and common challenges.

Global cellular LPWA network connections are primarily driven by the APAC region that accounts for nearly 97% of all NB-IoT (ABI Research, 2019). These Mobile IoT technologies are being merged into the 5G standards that further empower low latency, massive IoT and large bandwidth.

Attend the APAC IoT Innovation Summit at the Mobile 360 – Digital Societies to:

  • Learn the latest Mobile IoT development and deployment from mobile operators
  • Understand how industries adopt the technologies and get the compelling benefits
  • Get insights from the regional IoT innovators and ecosystem
  • Receive first-hand information from the 5G pioneer
  • Leverage the great opportunities on networking, collaboration and partnership
  • Visit the IoT Expo – Connected APAC (IoT Demo Showcase)
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APAC IoT Innovation Summit

Time Topic Speaker
08:30 – 09:00 Networking Cafe
09:05 – 09:10 Opening Keynote Julian Gorman, Head of Asia Pacific, GSMA

09:05 – 09:10

Session 1: Mobile IoT Latest Deveploments Opening Address Graham Trickey, Head of IoT, GSMA
09:10 – 09:50 Session 1: Mobile IoT Latest Developments Dr. Indika Samarakoon, Head of M2M/IOT Strategy Development & Partner Management, Dialog Axiata, Axiata Group
 
Nguyen Viet Anh, Chief IoT Architect, Viettel Network, Viettel Group
09:50 – 10:30 Session 2: Panel on Supply Chain for Mobile Industry in IoT Moderator: Mona Mustapha, Technical Specialist, GSMA
 

Alvin Poo, Regional Sales Director, Quectel

Chai Ming Ching, Head of IoT, New Business, Enterprise, Maxis

Dr. Hu Jun, Director of Southeast Asia IoT Business Department, Huawei

Keerthi Dashnamurthy, Business Development Director, WING – APJ, Greater China & India, Nokia

Stanley Chen, Director of Oversea Market, Integrated Solutions and 5G Applications, ZTE

Steven Kim, Senior Sales Director APAC, Telit
10:30 – 10:55 Refreshment Break & IoT Expo – Connected APAC

10:55 – 11:00

Session 3: IoT Capability Beyond Connectivity Opening Address Barbara Pareglio, Senior Director, IoT Technology, GSMA
11:00 – 12:30 Session 3: IoT Capability Beyond Connectivity – Agriculture, Smart City, Smart Community & Smart Utility Smart City:
Azrin Aris, Director, Emerging Solutions & Innovation, TM ONE
Ir. Dr. Megat Zuhairy Megat Tajuddin, Head of Competency, Innovation and Performance Division at the Public Works Department Malaysia
 
Agriculture:
Sharif Lukman Mahfoedz, Group Head Enterprise Product & Marketing, PT XL Axiata
Tommy Wattimena Widjaja, CEO, PT Sierad Produce
 
Smart Community:
Syed Othman Bin Syed Salim, Head of Connected Retail & Public Infrastructure, Maxis
Richard Sebastian, AGM of Innovation and Technology Department, Gamuda Land
 
Smart Utility:
Ali Fahd Ahmad, Head of Marketing, Jazz
Dr. Muhammad Amjad Khan, CEO, Peshawar Electric Supply Company (PESCO
12:30 – 13:30 Networking Lunch & IoT Expo – Connected APAC
13:30 – 13:50 Session 3: IoT Capability Beyond Connectivity – Smart and Connected Lock Chong Choon Jeng (CJ), Business Development and Partnerships Director, IoT, Singtel
John Lim, Director of Business Development, South-East Asia, igloohome

13:50 – 14:30

Session 4: Panel on Fostering IoT Ecosystem Moderator: Terence Wong, Market Development Director, APAC, GSMA
 

Dr. Alistair Ewan Douglas, Founder and Partner, Eachmile Technologies

Andri Yadi, Vice President, Indonesia IoT Association

Boy Wicaksono, Head of IoT Innovation & Enablement, PT XL Axiata

C K Vishwakarma, Founder, IoTSG

James Lai, Chairman, Malaysia IoT Association

John Tay, Director of Community Empowerment Department in Malaysia Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC)

14:30 – 15:00

Session 5: IoT Innovation and Ecosystem Ong Jiin Joo, CTO, Garuda Robotics
 
Nguyen Vinh Loc, Founder & CEO, Daviteq
15:00 – 15:30 Refreshment Break & IoT Expo – Connected APAC
15:30 – 16:00 Session 5: IoT Innovation and Ecosystem Andri Yadi, CEO, DycodeX
 
Hudson Lee, President, Imeus

16:00 – 17:00

Session 6: IoT Use Cases in 5G Sohee Shin, Senior Vice President, Global Business Group, KT
 
Alvin Poo, Regional Sales Director, Quectel
 
Takehiro Nakamura, SVP and General Manager of the 5G Laboratories, NTT DOCOMO
17:00 – 17:05 Closing Remark David Turkington, Head of Technology, APAC, GSMA
17:05 – 17:30 Networking & IoT Expo – Connected APAC

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Speakers

Ali Fahd Ahmad

Head of Marketing, Jazz

Ali Fahd Ahmad

Dr. Alistair Ewan Douglas

Founder & Partner, Eachmile Technologies

Dr. Alistair Ewan Douglas

Alvin Poo

Regional Sales Director, South-East Asia, Quectel

Alvin Poo

Andri Yadi

CEO, Dycodex

Azrin Aris

Director, Emerging Solutions & Innovation, TM One, Telekom Malaysia

Azrin Aris

Barbara Pareglio

Senior Director, IoT Technology, GSMA

Boy Wicaksono

Head of IoT Innovation & Enablement, PT XL Axiata

Boy Wicaksono

C K Vishwakarma

Founder, IoTSG, Singapore

C K Vishwakarma

Chong Choon Jeng

Business Development and Partnerships Director, IoT, Singtel

Chong Choon Jeng

David Turkington

Head of Technology, APAC, GSMA

Graham Trickey

Head of IoT, GSMA

Dr. Gul Muhammad Khan

Director, Company of Intelligent Systems and Networks Research (CISNR)

Dr. Gul Muhammad Khan

Dr. Hu Jun

Director of Southeast Asia IoT Business Department, Huawei

Dr. Hu Jun

Hudson Lee

President, Imeus

Hudson Lee

Dr. Indika Samarakoon

Head of M2M/IOT Strategy Development & Partner Management, Dialog Axiata, Axiata Group

Dr. Indika Samarakoon

James Lai

Chairman, Malaysia IoT Association (MyIoTA)

James Lai

Jiin Joo Ong

Co-founder, Garuda Robotics

Jiin Joo Ong

John Lim

Director of Business Development, South East Asia, igloohome

John Lim

John Tay

Director of Community Empowerment Department , Malaysia Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC)

John Tay

Julian Gorman

Head of Asia Pacific, GSMA

Keerthi Dashnamurthy

Business Development Director, WING - APJ, Greater China & India, Nokia

Keerthi Dashnamurthy

Dr. Megat Zuhairy Megat Tajuddin

Head of Competency, Innovation and Performance Division , Public Works Department Malaysia

Dr. Megat Zuhairy Megat Tajuddin

Ming-Ching Chai

Head of IoT Connectivity Solutions, Maxis

Ming-Ching Chai

Mona Mustapha

Technical Specialist, GSMA

Nguyen Viet Anh

Chief IoT Architect, Viettel Network, Viettel Group

Nguyen Viet Anh

Nguyen Vinh Loc

Founder & CEO, Daviteq

Richard Sebastian

AGM, Innovation and Technology Department , Gamuda Land

Richard Sebastian

Sharif Lukman Mahfoedz

Group Head Enterprise Product & Marketing, PT XL Axiata

Sharif Lukman Mahfoedz

Sohee Shin

Senior Vice President, Global Business Group, KT

Sohee Shin

Stanley Chen

Director Overseas Markets, Integrated Solutions and 5G Applications, ZTE

Stanley Chen

Steven Kim

Senior Sales Director, Korea, Telit

Steven Kim

Syed Othman Syed Salim

Head of Connected Retail and Public Infrastructure, Maxis

Syed Othman Syed Salim

Takehiro Nakamura

SVP and General Manager of the 5G Laboratories, NTT DOCOMO

Takehiro Nakamura

Terence Wong

Market Development Director, APAC, GSMA

Tommy Wattimena Widjaja

CEO, PT Sierad Produce

Tommy Wattimena Widjaja

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IoT Expo – Connected APAC

This IoT Expo will last throughout the 3-day Mobile 360 – Digital Societies event from 24 to 26 September 2019.
Live 4G and NB-IoT connectivities are proudly sponsored by

Demo Partner Operator/Ecosystem Partner Demonstration Technology
Smarthome Solutions- Easy Control
Easy Control solution uses Mesh-Grid wireless communication technology with the exclusive encryption standard. Hyper-threading solution helps all devices make many communication channels. In addition, the cloud computing technology helps connect fully automatically and reduce the maintenance and operation costs for customers. The solution is fully customizable according to customer’s need. There’s no need to program and unchange home design completely. Moreover, the I-home app uses an visual 3D interface, it’s easy for all ages to use.
AI
Big Data
LTE-M
Machine Learning
NB-IoT

NB-IoT Based NRW Logger
Current NRW Logger uses 3G and measured data is sent the next day, with 3G the battery life is limited, with NBIOT we can give 15min data upload, and the battery can give for eight years, this provides water operator close to real-time data to take immediate action on water distribution network issues
Big Data
NB-IoT
Industrial IoT Solutions for Manufacturing, Logistics & Utilities
The demo cases will show industrial IoT solutions in manufacturing, logistics & utilities. Main sensor, meter, and controller are connected to IoT Gateway using wired or wireless Sub-Ghz technology. The IoT gateway will transmit data to IoT Globiots platform. The IoT platform will collect, store, and analyze data. The visualization application, integrated in the IoT platform, will visualize dashboard, report, alarm and event for better management in manufacturing, logistics & utilities.
AI
Big Data
LTE-M
Machine Learning
NB-IoT
SMARTernak: AIoT-powered Cattle-farm Assistant Platform
Indonesia is aiming an optimistic target to be beef self-sufficient in 2026. To realise it, one of government effort is pushing the growth of cattle population by leveraging technology. Currently, Indonesia’s cattle population is around 16.5 million, and the supply is still less than 60% out of demands.
SMARTernak is a technological platform to assist cattle farmers to improve efficiency, increase yield, and reduce loss. It consists of cattle-wearable device, smart camera, sensors and base station in the field, also Cloud and mobile app. Powered by IoT and AI – both in Cloud and at the Edge, backed by NB-IoT connectivity, SMARTernak is able to provide a sophisticated, reliable, yet affordable solution with the hope to support Indonesia optimistic outlook for beef-sufficiency and to improve cattle-farming anywhere in the world.
AI
Big Data
NB-IoT
Connected Urban Airspace Management for Unmanned Aircraft
Garuda CoPilot is an on-board unit built to be compatible with the world’s most common Flight Controllers, including DJI and Pixhawk, to enable the aircraft to be command and controlled through the Internet, from a Drone Operations Center. It carries at least 2 LTE capable modems for redundancy.
5G
Drones
Smart Access Management of Facilities, Infrastructure and Assets
Iglooworks smart access solutions provide access management of facilities, infrastructure sites and assets without the need to manage any physical keys. Iglooworks solutions enable real-time visibility of access activity and alert notifications while significantly improving efficiencies in managing large number of distributed sites.
NB-IoT
Imeus Health Tech Platform
To highlight and demonstrate the role of Internet of Medical Things as Connected Singularity Platform component in delivering safety, cost reduction and impacting productivity throughout the entire health ecosystem
5G
Blockchain
IoT Based Smart-Grid Solution
The Smart-grid solution consists of Smart Meters with GPRS/NBIOT Smart Modems, and Low Voltage Power Distribution network Monitoring Devices (NMDs) and a Utility IOT and Analytics Platform. The smart meters and the NMDs communicate with a single IOT and analytics platform seamlessly to provide remote meter reading and prepaid facility, network automation via NMDs and utility analytics with usage clustering and fault isolation.
Big Data
NB-IoT
Indoor Mushroom Cultivation with NB-IoT enabled Control Environment
MOMOKU is the Maxis IoT Challenge 2019 Grand Prize Winner, focusing in “Indoor Mushroom Cultivation with controlled environment”. We are using NB-IoT to monitor the indoor condition and relay to trigger control of air conditioner, humidifier and fan automatic. This is to provide the best condition for mushroom growth. We are looking forward to expand our system into other area of cultivation, not limiting the solution in mushroom cultivation only. Furthermore, our future idea is to collect market demand data and generate an AI solution to control the production based on market demand.
Big Data
LTE
NB-IoT
Softhard.IO Data Delivery Platform
By combining Self-Developed IoT Devices, NB-IoT Connectivity and Cloud Based Data Courier Platform, installation can be “snap-n-go” without investing ten of thousands of dollars to build and maintenance expensive network infrastructure. We have helped customers from different sectors include airport, facility management companies, hospitals, construction engineering, retails, utilities companies and government to enable IoT technology in days.
Big Data
STARS: Smart Traffic Analytics & Recognition System
TM One STARS is a service that enhances existing traffic control system by providing central monitoring, data visualisation & analytics through a single platform. Presently, customer (local council) has no visibility of the issue impacted traffic lights controller as no online system resulted the local council to assign field team for site visit on verification and recitification. With TM One STARS, real-time status and data display via TM ONE STARS dashboard, will be accessible through IP connected device.
Big Data

Smart Poultry Solutions
Poulrty industry contribute 65% of animal protein consumption and employ 12.7 million workers with USD 34 billion market value (6% YoY growth) in Indonesia. With constant positive trend and higher selling price compare to developed countries, there are only 2% adopt IoT. XL Axiata with Sierad Produce (top 5 in poultry indusrty) use IoT based Smart poultry system to increase food and water efficiency, increase chicken welfare, reduce costs, and help contract growers to leverage its production while improving chicken quality.
X-Camp IoT Innovation Lab
IoT market value in Indonesia expected to reach USD 30 billion by 2022. Huge demand of IoT currently cannot fulfilled by existing solutions. XL Axiata’s X-Camp commited to become enabler and IoT ecosytem growth catalyst covering, IoT skills and capability development, Information exchange and IoT Hub, Market education, Incubation and Collaboration.
Big Data
IoT in Mesh

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APAC Resources

The 4th Dimension of Space by Diomedes Kastanis, Singtel

Video

Tuesday 20 Aug 2019 | MIoT Technology | NB-IoT | Resources |

Singtel IoT demonstrates the applicability of a 4-dimensional digital harmony – an integration of Singtel’s AI-driven IoT network, people, space, and things – to smart buildings, and how it increases productivity, improves cost efficiency, and...

Interview with Chamith Hettiarachchi on Mobitel’s IoT Strategy

Video

Sunday 21 Jul 2019 | Resources |

Chamith Hettiarachchi, Head of Business Solutions of Mobitel talked with David Turkington, Head of Technology - APAC, GSMA at MWC19 Shanghai regarding their IoT strategy in the region. For more details about GSMA Asia Pacific, ...

Interview with Gerhard Loots on Telstra’s IoT Strategy

Video

Sunday 21 Jul 2019 | Resources |

Gerhard Loots, IoT Products and Service Design Executive of Telstra talked with Julian Gorman, Head of ...

Network-First IoT and Artificial Intelligence Platform – Singtel

Video

Tuesday 26 Mar 2019 | MIoT Technology | NB-IoT | Resources |

Diomedes Kastanis, Head of IoT at Singtel, explains how the data collected from IoT sensors through Mobile IoT (LTE-M & NB-IoT) networks is collected and analysed on their voice-activated artificial intelligence platform. [button ...

Mobile IoT Case Study: How Asia Pacific Intelligently Connects to IoT

Document

Monday 18 Feb 2019 | LTE-M | NB-IoT | Resources |

This report shows how LTE-M and NB-IoT are being deployed in the Asia Pacific region. Drawing on interviews with mobile operators and their partners, the report describes six very different Mobile IoT applications. These case studies ...

APAC Industry News

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NTT DoCoMo Rolls out LTE-M Across Japan

Following launch of LTE-M in October 2018, NTT DoCoMo achieved population coverage of 99.8% across Japan by spring of 2019. The carrier, which is Japan’s largest, now plans to work on rolling out NB-IoT over the coming year.  NTT DoCoMo has formed alliances with partner ...

Beyond Connectivity: Operators Look Beyond Traditional Roles as the IoT Expands

Mobile network operators are increasingly looking beyond their traditional commercial horizons, as IoT growth positions them to provide end-to-end services and platforms directly, rather than simply the connectivity to enable them. Until relatively recently the vast bulk of ...

A Rapidly Growing Ecosystem Meets: the APAC IoT Partnership Programme comes to Taipei

It’s now widely recognised in the mobile industry that Asia Pacific (APAC) is the world’s foremost growth region in IoT, representing 40% of the total global spend last year.  37 of the world’s 110 Mobile IoT networks are deployed in Asia Pacific across 12 countries, and ...

Mobile IoT Doubled in Range – Without the Need for Hardware Upgrades

Mobile IoT has turned a corner: one that makes connection of even the remotest areas, such as those in rural Australia, all the more feasible.  Last month a partnership between Ericsson and Telstra successfully tested a deployment of NB-IoT fully 100km away from the nearest ...

Intelligent Connectivity Top of the Agenda in Bangkok as Asia Pacific Leads the Way in IoT

Asia Pacific is now the world’s foremost growth region for IoT, representing 40% of the world’s total spend in 2018: mass installation of sensors, cameras and other connected devices will bring investment above $291 billion this year, up 12% from $260 billion in 2017. ...

Operators Move Beyond Connectivity in the IoT Era as Asia Pulls Ahead

The Internet of Things is well on the way to transforming our lives – connecting devices across vast areas at low cost to make our working lives more productive, our cities smarter, and our travel safer and more efficient. Much of the growth in IoT – particularly in ...


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