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ข่าวสารต่างๆ ที่เกี่ยวข้องกับ IoT ในภูมิภาคเอเชีย

Direction to release 920 MHz band for IoT without license – Thailand –

According to Bangkok Post, the National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission (NBTC) in Thailand is studying to make it possible to use the 920 MHz band wireless communication for the IoT platform without license, and the policy announcement is planning in June 2017. Including “LoRa” and “sigfox” of LPWA showing worldwide spread, the energy harvesting wireless Read more about Direction to release 920 MHz band for IoT without license – Thailand –[…]

Manufacturing industry will drive initiatives for IoT – Thailand –

The attention to IoT is rising in Thailand. Thailand’s IoT efforts are top class in Southeast Asian countries, and it is thought that popularization of high-speed communication infrastructure is the main factor. In addition, 60% of companies in Thailand are interested in investing in IoT, and we can expect future developments. Especially the manufacturing department Read more about Manufacturing industry will drive initiatives for IoT – Thailand –[…]

Competition taking over initiative of LPWA actively also in Southeast Asia

It is globally noticed which LPWA communication method takes the initiative, but its movement is active also in Southeast Asia, and it is thought that the first and second year will be the year of the game. LoRa Alliance Although the LoRa Alliance does not have a base in Asia, the major telecommunications carriers in Read more about Competition taking over initiative of LPWA actively also in Southeast Asia[…]

The Thai government is proactively promoting technology transfer from China to Thailand

The Thai government, which promotes digitization such as smart city as a national project, has strengthened cooperation with China in order to incorporate technologies such as IoT into the country. In the future, they plan to introduce incentives such as exemption from corporate tax for 15 years, income tax reduction of foreign engineers and actively Read more about The Thai government is proactively promoting technology transfer from China to Thailand[…]

The first LoRa network service is launched – Malaysia –

Atilze (http://www.atilze.com/) and edotco (http://edotcogroup.com/) have launched the first LoRa service in Malaysia. They are setting up 25 LoRa gateways in the center of Malaysia called Klang Valley to cover the communication. Targeted services include environmental measurement, smart parking, smart agriculture, security services and so on. As LWPA communication services are being deployed one after Read more about The first LoRa network service is launched – Malaysia –[…]