Thursday November 5, 2020

GSMA Thrive Asia Pacific On-Demand: IoT Summit – What 5G IoT means for smart cities and enterprises?

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Asia Pacific share of IoT revenue in 2020 this will further increase to 38% by 2025 as government stimulus plans help digital transformation efforts across the region. Have the cities and enterprises embraced the technology to realize the benefits?

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Topic Speaker
Opening Julian Gorman, Head of Asia Pacific, GSMA
IoT in Asia Pacific: state of play and future outlook Sylwia, Kechiche, Principal Analyst IoT, GSMA Intelligence
Keynote: Building 5G IoT ecosystem for smart cities, enterprises and manufacturers on digital transformation
Would 5G bring the unprecedented benefits? What are the examples and learning today?
Tanapong Ittisakulchai, Chief Enterprise Business Officer, AIS Thailand
Joint presentation: Epidemic accelerates the imperative role of IoT towards the self-production ambition in large agriculture country.
The epidemic impacts lot of human activities, logistics and the productivity. How can IoT support the agriculture industry to improve the productivity? Massive IoT and AI is essential to support self-production ambition in large population APAC countries. Learn how it can be realized step by step with strategic partnership.
Feby Sallyanto, Chief Business Officer, XL Axiata
Tommy Wattimena, CEO, PT Sreeya Sewu
Keynote: IoT creates tremendous values in low population density country
Average 6 people per square kilometer in Australia. IoT becomes critical to significantly improve the productivity in key industries and in doing so deliver substantial benefits to the whole economy.
Gerhard Loots, Executive Global IoT Solutions, Product & Technology, Telstra
Keynote: Oil and gas industry in transformation
The oil and gas industry comes with specific digitization and digital transformation challenges, among others depending on the process and operation. In the digitalization initiatives of the industry, the Industrial IoT, big data and artificial intelligence play a major role.
Anuar M Isa, Principal Engineer, Telecommunications, Petronas
Q&A and Wrap Up


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