ENHANCING CONSTRUCTION PRODUCTIVITY THROUGH DIGITAL TRAMFORMATION
BuildTech Asia Indonesia – the one-stop platform for the construction industry ecosystem!
Riding on the success of the 8th edition of the BuildTech Asia in Singapore, BuildTech Asia – Indonesia 2020 launches its inaugural edition as the premier platform for the built environment sector in Indonesia.
BuildTech Asia Indonesia will showcase the advanced construction technology like Design for Manufacturing Assembly (DfMA), Integrated Digital Delivery (IDD), productive technologies, and smart solutions in enhancing construction productivity through digital transformation. With over 300 exhibiting brands specialising in onsite construction machinery & equipment, building materials & solutions, architectural & quality finishes, productive technologies, facilities management and infrastructure products and services all under one roof!
Leverage on the rapidly growing construction demand and the immense new business opportunities as Indonesia move towards a 100 Smart Cities nation, join us to exhibit your products and innovative solutions and take your business to new heights!
The Indonesia construction industry is expanding at a fast pace, driven mainly by government investment in energy and transport infrastruc-ture, where the total government spending on transport infrastructure has increased from US$28.8 billion in 2018 to US$29.1 billion in 2019. The industry output is growing at a healthy rate from 2019-2023 with investments in housing, transport and tourism infrastructure projects.*
Indonesia is one of Southeast Asia’s largest economy with a population of 248 million and nearly 400 cities. The Indonesia government launched the 100 Smart Cities movement in 2017, which is the national vision towards a Smart Nation, where Jakarta, Surabaya, and Bandung are the pioneers.
Communications and Information Minister Rudiantara said “smart cities could change the mind-set of civil servants With the help of digital tech-nology, officials could switch from being regulators to being facilitators and accelerators, as the smart city concept is aimed at improving services”.**
* Construction in Indonesia – Key Trends and Opportunities to 2023, Global Information Inc, 31 May 2019
** Smart citizens to boost smart cities: Ministry, The Jakarta Post, 22 March 2019