In Asia Pacific, the Internet of Things (IoT) adoption is expected to grow
to US$57.96 billion by 2020. Based on the latest report
by Frost & Sullivan, total Asia Pacific spending on
Internet of Things is forecasted to reach US$9.96 billion in
2014 and will continue to grow at a CAGR of 34.1% to reach US$57.96 billion by 2020.
The IoT Asia conference and exhibition was launched in 2014 to serve the
needs of this growing industry, targeting over 1600 businesses, government agencies
and solution providers, and providing a unique platform for learning about and
leveraging on IoT solutions that can optimize business operations, reduce costs,
boost productivity and improve lives.
In 2015, the second annual IoT Asia event will continue to raise the profile
of the IoT industry in Asia Pacific by highlighting relevant technological developments
and capabilities to businesses (end-users), augment understanding, and generate
interest towards greater IoT adoption.
The two-day features:
Conference early bird offer ends on 31 January 2015! Register online today
to book your seat.
By being the first event of this kind here, we have seen a tremendous
amount of interest. We have had a lot of people at our stand, asking
question about what is IoT and what can we do with it. I am certainly
looking forward to the next edition of it; I think we are here at
the right time, there is a lot of interest and we should leverage
on it. Thomas Jakob, Managing Director
Asia Pacific, Bosch