Wireless device certification
Acquiring Thai wireless device certification
Import and sell various IoT devices available in Thailand
Flow Line Analysis
With installing the sensor, flow of people in the facility is visible.
We will install IoT device and solution on site
To expand products and services to Asia, there are "four walls" largely.
Approved device certification required for each country
Lack of personnel who go to the site and work when introducing and maintaining devices and services
Difficult to respond to multilingual inquiries from each country
It is difficult to cultivate customers newly in countries without customer base
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