As the first dedicated platform in Asia to address the enormous potential of the IoT revolution, the first edition of IoT Asia in 2014 was ahead of its competition. It was seen as a transformational platform for addressing challenges and identifying real opportunities within the IoT landscape.
Fast forward to 2017, IoT Asia continues to provide insights for 4,500 attendees across the entire IoT value chain, addressing the interests of technology solution providers and enablers as well as end-user and potential IoT technology adopters across multiple industries.
As a key player in Asia’s IoT community, IoT Asia 2017 will focus on
Smart Cities: Energy-efficient and smart solutions to increase efficiency and improve productivity for the smart cities industry.
Wearables: Cutting-edge wearable technologies for both consumer and the enterprise.
Industrial IoT: Devices and solutions to help big enterprises and SMEs in the logistics, manufacturing, transportation industries to enable them to remain competitive in the marketplace.
Design Applications: Best-in-class product and service design concepts including user interaction, ease of deployment and integration and scalability.
Enablers: Solution providers and component makers with innovative solutions to drive the IoT ecosystem to unlock business benefits.
IoT Data Analytics: Data analytics to derive value and business insights from the front-lines
Cybersecurity: Solutions to help tech professionals to respond effectively to security breaches, minimise cyberattacks and protect networks.
Robotics: New technologies and solutions to reduce labour-intensity of tasks and enable organisations to tap into potential revenue streams.
With the event anchored in Singapore, IoT Asia continues to chart the future for IoT in Asia by accurately anticipating the needs and concerns of the rapidly evolving industry.
"The show has been great and our booth is busy. We had a keynote presentation, a conference session and a panel discussion at the conference. So, we are getting good connections and visibility at the show."
Ani Bhalekar, Director, IoT & Mobility Practice Lead, Accenture Digital, Singapore
"We had a lot of good feedback already. We did some keynotes this morning and we have many people approaching us asking for further discussions. Ultimately, this is about making sure that people understand the concept of IoT and creating more opportunities within the IoT space."
Thomas Jakob, Regional President, Asia Pacific, Bosch Software Innovations
"There is a huge turnout at the show and people are interested in having a conversation. We have a lot of booth turnout as well, so I am pleased with the collaboration that we have had with the Organisers."
Prakash Mallya, Managing Director - Southeast Asia, Intel, Singapore
"It is a busy event for us. The strategic location of Singapore in the region is an important factor for the event. Everyone related to the IoT space is here!"
Alicia Asin, Co-Founder and CEO, Libelium, Spain
"IoT Asia is an extremely important exhibition for the future Internet of Things. Singapore is a key location for a number of companies, and we are able to meet very interesting future customers. Our expectations have been exceeded and we were at the show at the right time. The organisational experience of SingEx Exhibitions and the efficiency of Singapore is the icing on the cake which enables us to appreciate IoT Asia a lot more."
Nathalie Schenkel, CFO, nomos system AG, Switzerland
IoT Asia has received industry accolades over the years including
2016 UFI Marketing Award for Brand New Brands
People’s Choice Silver Awards for Event of the Year in Postscapes 2015/2016 IoT Award
Trade Conference Organiser of the Year for IoT Asia 2014 at Singapore Experience Awards 2015
The only Asian finalist for the Event of the Year category in Postscapes 2014/2015 IoT Awards