Asia’s IoT industry is no longer nascent, in fact it is highly-competitive and the region is expected be a key driver of global IoT growth in the next 5 years according to industry analysts.
As the world looks to Asia for sustainable economic growth, technology companies see Asia as the solution to grow their business, expand their networks and explore the pockets of the market where they see the most attractive investment opportunities right now.
IoT Asia’s aim is to provide a neutral platform for technology influencers to discuss the latest trends and challenges within the industry. We understand that in order for the global IoT ecosystem to flourish and thrive, platforms have to be created to drive collaboration and strategic partnerships among various stakeholders in the ecosystem.
Dr. Vivian Balakrishnan, Minister for Foreign Affairs and the Minister-in-charge of the Smart Nation initiative Singapore, has been our Guest of Honour for the past 3 consecutive years and he uses the IoT Asia platform to announce government related plans or policies under the Technology / Smart Nation directives.
Building on the success of our IoT Asia series, we are now extending our involvement in this space, addressing IoT-related challenges and identify real-world opportunities to drive Asia’s connectivity agenda. IoT Asia has earned worldwide recognition through our successes at a wide range of global and local competitions as a widely acclaimed event in the industry. It was awarded:
- UFI Marketing Award in 2016
- People's Choice Silver Awards for Event of the Year in Postscapes 2015/2016 IoT Awards
- 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
Thank you for supporting IoT Asia 2018! The event returns on 27 to 28 March 2019 at Singapore EXPO. See you next year!
The IoT Asia team
VOICES FROM THE COMMUNITY
“IoT Asia is a platform for us to communicate with new partners (network partners, operating and ecosystem) for devices and present our capabilities to attendees from Asia. Equally important, Sigfox considers Singapore as an IoT hub, a showcase country for the use cases of IoT around the region.”
Roswell Wolff, President, Sigfox, Asia Pacific
“We have been very impressed by the depth and breadth of the attendees. A lot of technical knowledge and people from throughout the region. We have been very happy with the footfall that we have had - a lot of mobile network operators, system integrators and end user enterprises from the manufacturing, government spaces as well.”
Hugh Carroll, Vice President of Marketing, Asavie
“It is the one event of the year around the region that I attend where I know all my major contacts will be at one place. I am here to get ideas and find out what everybody is doing. IoT Asia is my one annual meeting place.”
Charles Reed Anderson, Founder, Charles Reed Anderson & Associates, IoT Asia 2017 Conference Chair
“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