Digital Industry Summit Recordings – Mobile 360 Asia Pacific 2022

Wednesday 10 Aug 2022 | 5G | Advanced Air Mobility | Asia-Pacific | Health | Manufacturing | Resources |

There are three themes in this Digital Industry Summit that cover how 5G creates values for manufacturing, logistics & port, and healthcare industries on digital transformation. If you missed the live event you can watch the recordings here.

Connected Manufacturing

Manufacturing is one of the key industries contributing to huge economy benefits with 3.4 times growth in Smart manufacturing IoT connection, reaching 1.5 billion globally by 2025 – the fastest growth rate of all the enterprise IoT verticals. The pandemic has exacerbated existing challenges and pain points for manufacturers, highlighting the need to for automation, robots, remote control, improvement in supply-chain resilience and boost in production speed and flexibility.

Advance Mobility and Transportation

DHL forecast IoT to open up a $1.9 trillion opportunity in logistics. 5G is one of the key enablers to facilitate data-driven analytics, decision making with big data and artificial intelligence. 5G accelerates the advance mobility & transportation in logistics, port, warehouse automation with advance robotics and unmanned vehicles. Global smart ports market is expected to reach ~$2 billion by the end of 2025, grow at a CAGR ~$18% according to trendsmarketresearch.

Digital Healthcare

The Covid-19 pandemic impacted the existing healthcare system and resources. There are also challenges as rising demand on better healthcare services with increasing middle class and aging population. Technology enabled Digital Transformation, which is anticipated to grow significantly in the coming years. Frost & Sullivan forecasts the growth from $147 billion in 2019 to $235 billion in 2023. Connectivity 5G becomes a key enabler for IoT, edge-cloud computing, AR/VR metaverse, robotics, bigdata, machine learning and AI. New technologies are key accelerators provides a crucial advantage for future of life and national economies.