China's Huawei put forward digital transformation plans for Thailand

Source: Xinhua| 2017-09-22 19:57:20|Editor: Zhou Xin
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BANGKOK, Sept. 22 (Xinhua) -- Chinese tech giant Huawei has put forward digital transformation plans for 10 major industries, such as city management, energy, agriculture and education, for Thailand in a bid to help the country fulfill its ambition of Thailand 4.0.

The company showcases its products and solutions including Smart City, Smart Energy, Smart Parking, Digital Railway, Smart Airport, Smart Government, Smart Agriculture, among others, at its booth at the Digital Thailand Big Bang, the largest digital technology expo in Southeast Asia.

"This year, Huawei has been working on Embrace Digital Life, a new local strategy that is consistent with the theme of Digital Thailand Big Bang. Huawei's own development fits in the digitalization of Thailand, people's aspiration for digital life and the win-win goal of our business partners," said Qiang Hua, managing director of Huawei Thailand.

The 10 industries, being studied by Huawei, are chosen as prior industries that Huwei recommends to push forward Thailand 4.0, he added,

"Huawei stands more than ready to contribute to Thailand 4.0, and it has already taken actions."

Thailand 4.0 is a new economic development method put forward by the Thai government to overcome the middle-income trap and to develop the kingdom into an innovation-driven, high-income country.

Digital Thailand Big Bang lasts from Sept. 21 to 24 in Impact Muang Thong Thani.