Driven by the global pandemic, the emphasis on overall health and safety has doubled the growth in digital connectivity, telecommunications, retail and consumer industries. Focusing on people and infrastructure, enterprises look at IoT as the enablers to build new businesses, stay competitive and deliver greater value. Despite being negatively impacted by COVID-19, the APAC community sees an increase in IoT spending in 2020. 

The IoT Asia+: Indonesia Roadshow is part of the lead up event for IoT Asia+ 2022 to create opportunities for collaboration and overcome industry challenges. The program will be focusing on bringing to you the latest updates from the Indonesia perspective as well as focused discussions on Healthcare and Manufacturing industries. Key focus areas include:

  • Indonesia’s Digital Transformation and what’s next?
  • Future of connected healthcare post pandemic
  • IoT and Tech in helping the transformation of healthcare and manufacturing 




13:00 (JKT) / 14:00 (SGT) 

Host Opening Remarks

Ms Talitha Sabrina, Project Manager, Constellar

13:00 (JKT)/ 14:00 (SGT) 

Joint Opening Remarks 

Darren Seah, Business Director, Constellar & Teguh Prasetya, Chairman, Asosiasi IoT Indonesia (ASIOTI)

13:10 (JKT) / 14:10 (SGT) 

Guest of Honour Keynote Address

Milestones and the Future of Indonesia Digital Blueprint

Dr. Ir. Ismail, MT, Director General Spectrum Management and Standardisation of Post and ICT, Ministry of Communications and Informatics, Indonesia

13:20 (JKT) / 14:20 (SGT) 

Panel Discussion

The Future of Indonesia IoT Interconnectivity 

Aligning with Smart Nation 2045 vision and post-pandemic business requirements, more industries are looking towards adopting IoT as the solution to increase engagement and productivity while maintaining business continuity. Therefore it is vital to hear perspectives from the Government and Private sectors and explore strategies to collaborate in overcoming the adversity ahead. 

In this session, stakeholders from the ministry, association and industry players will deep dive into key technology trends, and encourage proper tech adoption and implementation across sectors.


  • Setiaji, ST, M.Si, Chief Digital Transformation Office, Ministry of Health, Indonesia
  • Mulyadi, ST MT, Director of Standardisation for Equipment of Posts and Information Technology, Ministry of Communication and Informatics, Indonesia
  • Joegianto, AGM – Business Development PT. Hartono Istana Teknologi,Polytron
  • Teguh Prasetya, Chairman, Asosiasi IoT Indonesia (ASIOTI)
  • Ibnu Alinurasfa, Manager IoT Platform Development, PT. Cellular Telecommunications (Telekomsel)


  • Sathvik Rao, Principal Director – Industry X Architecture, Accenture

14:10 (JKT) / 15:10 (SGT) 


Advancing Healthcare with next generation enabling technology

Feby Sallyanto, Chief Enterprise & SME Officer, XL Axiata

14:20 (JKT) / 15:20 (SGT) 

Panel Discussion 

Converging AI systems to accelerate industrial transformation

With manufacturing output contributing close to a quarter of Indonesia’s Total GDP in the last few years, the Indonesian government has officially launched the roadmap of “Making Indonesia 4.0”, encouraging the industry to adopt new manufacturing IoT technologies to remain competitive and stay ahead of the curve. However, challenges have risen during implementation ranging from capabilities & interoperability issues to lack of technology infrastructure. This panel aims to discuss the current strategies implemented to remain nimble & ahead of the regional aggressive competition.


  • Dr. Ir. Heru Kustanto, Director of Center for Optimizing Industrial Technology Utilisation and Industrial Service Policy, Ministry of Industry, Indonesia
  • Fadli Hamsani, GM. Industrial Internet of Things, PT. Cellular Telecommunications (Telkomsel)
  • Budi Sulistiarto, Digital Transformation Leader, EAJ Product Cluster, Global Supply Chain, Schneider Electric
  • Daniel Suryananta, Director, PT. Akebono Brake Astra Indonesia


  • Pak Fanky Christian, Regional Chairman, APTIKNAS (Indonesia ICT Businessman Association)

15:00 (JKT) / 16:00 (SGT) 

Closing Remarks & End of IoT Asia+ Indonesia Roadshow

Accessible and digitally connected Indonesia

Thursday, 24 Feb 2022

14:00 - 16:00 GMT +8

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