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Decided policy to release 920 MHz band for IoT without license – Thailand –

The NBTC (The National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission) in Thailand has approved the policy to make wireless communication of the 920 MHz band unnecessary for the IoT platform. It is expected that actual license will be declared within 2017. However, all companies planning to provide IoT service using the 920 MHz band must have Internet Read more about Decided policy to release 920 MHz band for IoT without license – Thailand –[…]

IoT technology supporting the aging society and challenges of promoting it – Thailand –

Like Japan, Thailand has a problem of aging society. If aging is going on as it is, the medical costs of elderly people will advance at a pace exceeding the country’s GDP growth. And IoT will be an important technology to solve this problem. It is clear that more effective health care can be achieved Read more about IoT technology supporting the aging society and challenges of promoting it – Thailand –[…]

How to promote IoT development by Southeast Asian countries

The ASEAN countries are actively working on IoT. I will present examples of three countries. Singapore IoT is positioned as an important element to realize the “smart nation” concept and promoting the following idea. A nationwide smart grid platform realization Design of IoT infrastructure to transmit data from sensor at high speed Training professionals focused Read more about How to promote IoT development by Southeast Asian countries[…]

Japan-Thailand Economic Partnership Agreement (JTEPA) was revised to cover “IoT” and “AI”

Thailand and Japan will revise the Economic Partnership Agreement (JPEPA) of both countries to cover the “IoT” and “AI” fields. By revising the agreement, investment to Thailand will be more active, including support for establishing the IoT Center in Eastern Economic Corridor (EEC) in Thailand. In addition, Japan mentioned that they would develop Thailand as Read more about Japan-Thailand Economic Partnership Agreement (JTEPA) was revised to cover “IoT” and “AI”[…]

The key to spreading IoT is evolution of sensor devices

Services called IoT platform are provided by various companies, and data analysis and recognition using AI are taken up in the media every day, but the current situation is that there is no momentum for spreading. The most missing is the development and dissemination of innovative sensor devices capable of wireless communication without battery. “Installation Read more about The key to spreading IoT is evolution of sensor devices[…]