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Asia M2M/IOT Business Platform, 28-29 May, Bangkok

Panel Discussion: Key to M2M/IoT success – Overcoming industry fragmentation and a lack of standards
Invited Panelists:
 Dr. Mazlan Abbas, CEO, REDtone IOT
 Arifa Febriyanti, GM Solution Development- Digital Services, XL Axiata
 Ken Wong, M2M Specialist, M2M Centre of Excellence, Optus
 Reynaldo Lugtu, Vice President, IT-Enabled Services Group, Globe Telecom

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Asia M2M/IOT Business Platform, 28-29 May, Bangkok

  1. 1. Brochure 28 – 29 May 2015 | Amari Watergate Bangkok, Thailand 4th Edition Access the Enterprise IoT market in Thailand Exhibitors: Silver Sponsors: Government Endorsement: Platinum Sponsor: Bronze Sponsors: Business Advisor:
  2. 2. Conference Overview Day I Day II AM Session 1: Keynote Session 5: Logistics & Transport Session 2: Market Trends & Outlook Session 6: Automotive PM Session 3: Market Trends & Outlook Session 7: Banking & Finance Session 4: Smart City Session 8: Closing Plenary A platform for the ICT industry to gather in Thailand to discuss M2M/IoT sector developments, gather information and establish strategic business relationships “The M2M Business Platform brings together the consumers, platform providers and those actually putting all the pieces together in the market place. It is helping define the future landscape of M2M.” With a focus on local telecommunication companies and verticals, Asia M2M Business Platform offers Southeast Asia’s most comprehensive event for solution providers targeting enterprise adoption of M2M Technologies. With over 600 attendees participating in the Jakarta, Kuala Lumpur and Philippines events, the event will extend its reach to Bangkok this May 2015. Asia M2M/IoT Business Platform is an event crafted by the industry for the industry with the aim of addressing the key issues facing the adoption of M2M/IoT technology in the region. It provides an ideal platform for enterprises to understand and learn about the potential of adopting M2M/IoT technology for their business which will drive efficiency and increase revenue. According to IDC, Thailand’s ICT Market will see a higher rate of growth in 2015 compared to a year ago, but could still grow more if the market accelerates the adoption of Third Platform technologies of Mobility, Cloud, Big Data analytics, Social Business. ICT investments will grow to a projected 10.6% Network with the local telcos, vendors and relevant enterprises in Bangkok this coming May during the next edition of Asia M2M/IoT Business Platform as we explore enterprise adoption of M2M/IoT technology. This is a dynamic industry gathering should not be missed if you want to be kept abreast with the latest on-goings in the region’s M2M/IoT industry. We look forward to welcoming you in Bangkok! Regards, Asia M2M/IoT Business Platform INTRODUCTION Partners:
  3. 3. Session 1: Keynote 0800 Registration & Welcome Reception 0850 Conference Chair Welcome Address Matt Hatton, CEO, Machina Research 0900 Government Keynote Address Dr. Pansak Siriruchatapong Executive Director, NECTEC National Science and Technology Development Agency 0915 Telco Keynote Address Lars-Ake Norling, CEO, DTAC, Thailand 0930 National M2M/IoT Leaders Panel: what are the critical ingredients to make M2M and IoT a true reality in Thailand? This panel will feature an open and in-depth discussion with engaging views and insightful comments on the country’s M2M/IoT current developments, projects, opportunities and plans and strategies moving forward. Panelists will comprise of key stakeholders from the M2M/IoT ecosystem. Panelists:  Dr. Natthakrit Sanguandikul, Senior BD Executive, TRUE  Thiraphant Sirisoonthornphibul, Head of Corporate Solutions Department, DTAC  Asnee Wipatawate, Vice President - Corporate Product Management, AIS  Dr. Pheeradej Nanan, Assistant Vice President, Research and Development, CAT Telecom  Dr. Panita Pongpaibool, Senior Researcher, Network Technology Lab (NECTEC), National Science and Technology Development Agency 1030 Morning coffee break Thursday 28 May 2015 AGENDA Session 2: Market Trends & Outlook 1135 Choosing a platform provider: – what KEY features will ‘really’ enable the IoT? Tracy Hopkins, SVP Low Power Radio Networks (IoT), Stream Technologies 1155 Panel Discussion: Key to M2M/IoT success – Overcoming industry fragmentation and a lack of standards Moderator: Sam Wong, Partner, Advisory Services, EY Panelists:  Dr. Mazlan Abbas, CEO, REDtone IOT  Arifa Febriyanti, GM IoT – Digital Services, XL Axiata  Ken Wong, M2M Specialist, M2M Centre of Excellence, Optus  Pierre Plaza, Global M2M, Chief Commercial Digital Office, Telefonica Digital 1255 Networking Lunch
  4. 4. Session 3: Market Trends & Outlook 1400 Smart connected product-realising value in the Internet of Things Shaw Luen Lau, VP, IoT Sales, ThingWorx 1420 Enabling IoT in enterprises: How to grasp the opportunities? Matt Hatton, CEO, Machina Research 1440 Panel: Evolution and the future of IoT & M2M This panel will feature an open and in-depth discussion with engaging views and insightful comments on the evolution and the future of Iot & M2M Moderator: Matt Hatton, CEO, Machina Research Panelists:  Sunil Alury, Deputy Head of M2M, Optus  Tracy Hopkins, SVP Low Power Radio Networks (IoT), Stream Technologies  Rich Nagle, Sr. Technical Sales Engineer, ThingWorx  Alan Brumley, Global OEM CTO, Dell 1540 Afternoon coffee break Session 4: Smart City 1610 Lessons learnt from Telefonica’s smart metering experience and Smart City technologies Pierre Plaza, Global M2M, Chief Commercial Digital Office, Telefonica Digital 1640 Case study on prepaid metering project which reduces operating expenses for corporate customers Arifa Febriyanti, GM IoT - Digital Services, XL Axiata 1710 Smart Building: 62.5% saving in lighting costs using the Centralized Building Management System Sunil Alury, Deputy Head of M2M, Optus 1740 Internet of Everything (IoE) Trends and Opportunities Dr. Pheeradej Nanan, Assistant Vice President, Research and Development, CAT Telecom 1740 End of Day 1 AGENDA
  5. 5. Session 5: Logistics & Transport 0930 Case study presentation on M2M for fleet management Kasiti Nilrat, Business Development & Sales Manager (International Section), DTC 1000 Revenue Enhancement and operations optimization through Big Data David Hardoon, Director for Advanced Analytics ASEAN, EY 1030 Morning coffee break Friday 29 May 2015 AGENDA Session 6: Automotive 1115 Latest innovations which are helping the automotive industry embrace IoT and leverage new opportunities Mikael Lindholm, VP Sales Asia-Pacific / VP M2M Growth, Telenor 1145 Smartphones as sensors to augment the Internet of Things Dana Blouin, IoT Expert, DTC 1215 Lunch Session 7: Banking & Finance 1330 Transforming traditional Point of Sale (PoS) systems to a next generation mobilised, integrated and web based PoS ecosystem with integrated payments Ken Wong, M2M Specialist, M2M Centre of Excellence, Optus 1400 Case study presentation on M2M for banking and finance sector Chawanat Buppha-Intr ; Head of Corporate Solutions Management Unit, DTAC Session 8: Closing Plenary 1430 Chairperson closing remarks 1445 Lucky Draw 1500 Afternoon coffee break 1530 End of conference

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