APAC IoT Innovation Summit - Morning Session Two - GSMA Mobile 360 Series

APAC IoT Innovation Summit – Morning Session Two


Date & Time

Thursday, 26 Sep

11:00 - 12:30



In last MWC Barcelona on Feb 2019, GSMA announced 110 Mobile IoT (NB-IoT/LTE-M) networks deployed worldwide and 37 are coming from Asia Pacific across 15 countries. Global cellular LPWA network connections were primarily driven by APAC that accounts for nearly 97% of all NB-IoT. These Mobile IoT technologies already merged into 5G standards that further empower low latency, massive IoT and large bandwidth.

With these new technologies, innovators, enterprise and government can accelerate the digital transformation and progress toward the digital societies. It could be enable new business models, new business processes, increase business efficiency, greater innovation and drive improved visibility across an organization.

Welcome to attend the summit

  • Learn the latest Mobile IoT development and deployment from mobile operators
  • Understand how industries adopt the technologies and get the compelling benefits
  • Get insights from the regional IoT innovators and ecosystem
  • Receive first-hand information from the 5G pioneer
  • Leverage the great opportunities on networking, collaboration and partnership
  • Visit the IoT Expo (Connected APAC with innovator to show case)

About GSMA IoT work, please refer to GSMA IoT Programme and APAC IoT Partnership programme, contact Terence Wong twong@gsma.com 



Session 3: IoT capability beyond connectivity
(20 min per each)


Smart city:

Traffic management is very challenging as cities expands rapidly with the population and the vehicles. Let us understand how IoT and AI can make better life for commuters



In the region, the precision farming market was worth US$0.68bn in 2018 and projected to grow at a CAGR of 16.4%, to reach US$1.46bn by 2023.1.



Smart Community:

Collaboration towards enabling Smart Community ecosystem in one township in Malaysia. Key building blocks include 5G access, Retail & Smart Mall solutions. Technology adoption will improve Sustainable Living Environment & Public Security.



Smart Utility:
Closely monitor water and electricity usage, leakages and faults with smart meters & audit reports, so you can enjoy power savings, reduce waste and boost operational efficiency





· Azrin Aris, General Manager, Emerging Solution and innovation TM One & City administrator, Malaysia



· XL, Axiata & Sierad Produce, Indonesia




· Maxis & Gamuda Land Malaysia



· Ali Fahd Ahmad, Head of Marketing, Jazz & Dr. Muhammad Amjad Khan, CEO,  Peshawar

Electric Supply Company (PESCO), Pakistan


Apply to attend this session here.