The Internet of Things (IoT) across Southeast Asia is being used in different sectors and for a myriad of purposes including healthcare, agriculture, smart cities, smart homes, or the industrial internet, just to name a few. Here we have a list of some of the most innovative companies using IoT across ASEAN.
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