Opening Keynote: Session 1: Digitising Healthcare to Serve Millions – A Case Study of Telenor Health
Telenor Health launched Tonic products in Bangladesh and now serve more than 5 million people in a span of two years. Tonic provides end to end healthcare solution, from doctor consultation to appointment booking to medicine delivery to insurance. Healthcare is one of the last industries yet to be disrupted like we are seeing in mobility and financial services space. But some of the companies are making significant inroads.
In this keynote, speaker will cover the learnings from one such example. Sajid Rahman, CEO, Telenor Health
Session 2: Real-time Data Visibility and Transparency Implementation to Lean Flow Design – Lean Industry 4.0
For several decades, manufacturers have used lean and six sigma principles to reduce operational complexity and improve productivity. The Lean approach provides the foundation of operational excellence by optimizing and standardizing the processes, instilling a culture of continuous improvement, and empowering workers on the shop floor. However, given the more complexity of operations, many companies have found that lean management by itself will not be sufficient to address their operational challenges. By deploying the right combination of technologies, manufacturers can boost speed, efficiency, and even facilitate self-managing factory operations. That is how I call it Lean Industry 4.0 Preecha Powanusorn, Former Vice President, – Manufacturing Excellence, Pandora Production
Session 3: Product Development in the Age of Automation
In this session, we will talk about the challenges and opportunities emerging in the construction, infrastructure and manufacturing industries. Product Development will be the focus of discussion which is witnessing a major shift. Ever-changing requirements and scenarios are impacting the way we make things and forcing us to rethink the working models and team dynamics. Demand for Agile practices and innovative solutions are on the rise.
This session will try to find some answers to crucial questions like:
What is Industry 4.0? What is the impact on business, society, and people? How can we build smart products by applying Agile mythologies in conjunction with modern tools and technologies? How to convert current industry challenges into future opportunities? Owais Zahid, Software Engineering Manager, Autodesk
Session 4: Data Center’s Network Transformation Using SDN
There was a gap between IT and Networking data centre since the inception of IT virtualization. It was because networking did not follow the speed of IT services. Hence service delivery didn’t improve much. But Now, data centre networking has been evolved since advent of SDN. SDN has become the solution to fulfill IT Virtualization needs. SDN has made the data centre networking become more robust, agile, and scalable. SDN also reduces network complexity and become easier to manage. Data centre’s Network Transformation is in hand now. Josia Sembiring, Chief Engineer, PT. NEC Indonesia
Lunch Break, Exhibition Viewing and Networking Session
Afternoon Keynote: Session 5: LTE-Advanced and the Road to 5G
This talk will focus on the evolution of mobile broadband technologies both from the technical as well usage point of view. We have seen a paradigm shift from voice centric to data centric applications and technologies. This has resulted in development of applications in different areas like transportation, health, financial inclusion and agriculture. The key factors that are at center of this shift are the Long Term Evolution (LTE) and LTE-Advanced technologies. LTE is based on the principle of packet switching and supports all forms of electronic communication, i.e., voice, data and video (unicast, multicast as well as broadcast). LTE and LTE-Advanced are well suited for high speed broadband needs. Dr. S. Ismail Shah, Southeast Asia and Timor-Leste Representative, International Telecommunication Union’s (ITU)
Session 6: New Retail: How Big Data and AI are Fuelling Retail Transformation
Indonesia is the 3rd-Largest Smartphone Market in the Asia Pacific. It has 45-75 million middle class and affluent consumers. There are currently 31.65 million eCommerce users in Indonesia, with an additional 22.24 million users expected to be shopping online by 2022. Four years from now, these 43.89 million eCommerce users will spend an average of 375.32 USD online.
How does this impact the offline retail? Would they be able to withstand the onslaught of digital commerce? Is it offline vs. online or can they co-exist?
This talk will explore the concept of ’New Retail.’ This talk will explore how retailers can innovate using Data and AI to improve customer acquisition, streamline supply chains, precisely target customers and provide an integrated shopping experience to their consumers. Pradeep Menon, Director of Big Data and AI Solution Architecture, Alibaba Cloud
Session 7: GO-JEK’s Transformation and Innovation Journey in Creating Digital Societies with Business Intelligence
As a digital company who serves society with digital innovation, data is one of the most important things for the company that cannot be separated from the company’s decision making process. The first question to answer is: how could a company benefit most from data so that the data itself can be a competitive edge for a company to grow and give more social impact?
GO-JEK has been experiencing a journey full of ups-and-downs to get the answer. The end of the journey is nowhere near to the sight yet, but through its Business Intelligence organization, GO-JEK has achieved so much in making data impactful to the business. We will discuss about GO-JEK’s journey in search of holy grail of data: how do we make our data impactful and how do we nurture a data-driven culture in the company. Adrian Muhammad, Head of Mobility – Business Intelligence, GO-JEK
Case Study Session 8: Blockchain for Digitalisation of Business Practice
By facilitating digital transactions in real stores in a digital world, Pundi X aims to revolutionize business practice in a $2-trillion global retail payments market by enabling consumers to put more than $200-billion in cryptocurrencies they hold to use. CFO and co-founder Danny Lim will explain the many ways transitioning to blockchain-based payments systems can change practices for accounting, customer loyalty and membership programs and the collection and calculation of tax. Danny Lim, CFO and Co-Founder, Pundi X
Afternoon Coffee and Networking Session
Session 9: Growing the eSports scene in Indonesia
Introductory presentation: Overview of the eSports Landscape Globally and recent developments in Indonesia (15 minute presentation)
1. What has been the evolution of eSports in Indonesia and what is the profile of the eSports audience in the country?
2. Is eSports on the path to becoming an Olympic sport?
3. What is the estimated opportunity size today and what will it be in 5 years?
4. What are the opportunities in eSports for Local Indonesian businesses?
5. How are telcos in Indonesia getting involved in eSport? Do they just see it as sponsorship opportunity or can their involvement go deeper?
6. What are the career opportunities in eSports?
7. What needs to be done by regulators to enable the growth of eSports in Indonesia? Panellists: · Hartman Harris, Co-Founder, EVOS eSports · Stanley Tjia, Head Referee to Technical Delegate, Indonesia eSports Association (IeSPA) · Robert Langton, VP Marketing, AXIS brand, PT. XL Axiata Tbk Moderator: David Ratner, Digital Specialist – Manager, Pioneer Consulting
Session 10: Indonesia Health Tech Ecosystem from Digital Media to AI & IOT
Indonesia Health Tech Association or healthtech.id for short, is building a digital ecosystem to make Indonesian healthcare better for everyone. More than 50 start-ups across 6 categories are actually help solving problems in healthcare. Serving this country 260 million population, health system in Indonesia should be technology base to improve service level. Every day we are learning to collaborate with conventional healthcare, while maintaining patient safety and keeping the edge of innovation. Dr Gregorius Bimantoro, Founder & CEO, Prosehat
Chairman’s Closing Remarks End of Conference Day 2