The First Intelligent and Automation Electricity Exhibition in Indonesia Was Officially Held
By : Hariyanto And Aldi Firhand. A | Wednesday, September 19 2018 - 20:26 IWST
The first and largest exhibition of smart and electric smart devices in Indonesia, Elenex Indonesia 2018 and 2018 Building Systems & Automation Indonesia, officially held today, 19 to 21 September 2018, at JIExpo Kemayoran, Jakarta.
INDUSTRY.co.id - Jakarta - The first and largest exhibition of smart and electric smart devices in Indonesia, Elenex Indonesia 2018 and 2018 Building Systems & Automation Indonesia, officially held today, 19 to 21 September 2018, at JIExpo Kemayoran, Jakarta.
The exhibition featured more than 145 manufacturing companies focusing on Internet of Things (IoT) solutions, energy efficiency, lighting innovation, smart sensors, and building systems and automation.
Each visitor will have the opportunity to attend seminar sessions discussing the integration of smart electricity and building automation systems, as well as their influence in achieving the target of 100 smart cities in Indonesia in 2019, which is in line with the '100 Smart City' program of the Ministry of Communication and Information of the Republic of Indonesia.
Organized in conjunction with Construction Indonesia and Concrete Show South East Asia, the exhibition was opened by Basuki Hadimuljono, Minister of Public Works & Public Housing of the Republic of Indonesia.
The smart network association based in Indonesia, the Indonesia Smart Network Initiative (PJCI), will present a seminar entitled 'Smart Energy Revolution', while the Indonesian Standardization Society (MASTAN) will share its tricks in utilizing building automation systems for accelerating government targets.
In addition to the above topics, the Association of Indonesian Electrical Equipment Manufacturers also shared their expertise through the topic of the seminar 'Dissect APPI Electric Panel'.
Founder of the Indonesian Smart Network Initiative (PJCI), Eddie Widiono said, intelligent networks have a very strong correlation with renewable power plants, electric vehicles and energy storage systems, which support the achievement of smart city targets in Indonesia.
"The challenge is that the government is still wondering, how to start the process? Here we gather experts, to educate and share the latest trends regarding more efficient building systems and renewable energy devices," Eddie Widiono said in Jakarta on Wednesday (19/9 / 2018).
The latest trends and innovations in this exhibition include smart door locks with pins, cards, fingerprints and Bluetooth; digital whiteboard with easy screen sharing; cloud-based meeting room with touch screen; measuring instrument for electric power efficiency; and industrial plugs and sockets with larger amperes.
Expenditures for industrial IoT are projected to reach US $ 500 billion in 2020, or increase to 4x fold compared to 2012, as reported by Accenture. Indonesia International Data Center (IDC) added, Indonesia is currently the largest IT market in Southeast Asia, even ranked 19th in the world related to spending in the IT sector.
"We connect more than 145 key industry players with more than 6,000 market prospects, both for personal use and smart industry, through thousands of innovative products and solutions," said Wiwiek Roberto, Project Director, Pamerindo Indonesia.
Elenex Indonesia 2018 and Indonesia 2018 Building Systems & Automation also received full support from various associations, such as the Indonesian Smart Network Initiative (PJCI), the Indonesian Standardization Society (MASTAN), and the Indonesian Electrical Equipment Manufacturers Association (APPI) and many other related associations.