"IoT Asia serves to bring researchers, innovators and practitioners together to collaborate on making IoT pervasive and pragmatic for businesses, societies and economies. SingEx is honoured to be a broker of networks for this cutting-edge and transformative movement. In our recently conducted survey, almost 90% of companies highlighted positive IoT intervention or investment by their local governments, and almost all companies plan to increase their spending and involvement in IoT. This overwhelmingly underscores that corporations, governments and markets, are bracing themselves for the digital revolution."
IoT Asia had a successful turnout of
4,223 attendees, an 11% increase from 2016!
Imagine a future where your warehouse inventory restocks in real-time with the use of big data or where you have full control over your business’ energy consumption and carbon emissions. These are becoming a reality as IoT Asia’s 4th edition unveiled them in their theme ‘Making $ense in Our Connected World’ the discussion in greater details.
IoT Asia 2017 focused on the value-generation potential of the Internet of Things (IoT) for governments, businesses, communities and societies as well as innovation. It emphasised the latest industry developments and discussions around IoT’s opportunities and challenges among the various stakeholders in the ecosystem.
Jointly organised by Singapore Industrial Automation Association (SIAA) and SingEx Exhibitions, IoT Asia 2017 was officially opened by Dr. Vivian Balakrishnan, Singapore’s Minister for Foreign Affairs and Minister-in-Charge of the country’s Smart Nation Initiative.
More exhibitors, more IoT brands and more participants; IoT Asia 2017 is a resounding success!
"With SG$2.4 billion already allocated for the digitalisation drive in Singapore, there is huge potential for organisations to transform and future-proof their businesses in times of changing market demands through seizing opportunities offered by technology. As Singapore journeys towards becoming a Digital Harbour, IoT application is a critical catalyst for businesses to boost the nation’s competitiveness. It is now an opportune time for industry players, both private and public, to come together to accelerate IoT adoption and tap on the economic opportunities offered by the digital economy amidst today’s ever changing climate."
Singapore Industrial Automation Association (SIAA)