Thailand intends to bridge the Southeast Asian connectivity gap and improve its statistical system, as well as expand its initiative for the country's economic and social development capacity through digital technology.
Thailand's "Tourist Police I Lert U" app provides 24-hour support, and the country's first earth exploration satellite has arrived; while a university plans to develop Surat Thani Municipality into a smart city.
The Thai government has built a single mobile app that offers services and accepts online suggestions and complaints and showing the government's dedication to enhancing its offerings and serving its citizens.
The innovation allows for the quick storage and retrieval of inventory which will improve enterprise competitiveness by allowing them to reduce errors, save labour and energy, and achieve greater efficiency.
Everyone across Thailand is encouraged to support and participate in initiatives that develop the country's digital economy while users of social media were cautioned against posting videos without permission.
Delegates convene to explore ways to accelerate cloud adoption to offer better services and wider access while lowering costs and maintaining security across organisations and agencies in Thailand.
Thailand's Electronic Transactions Development Agency (ETDA) aspires to improve Thais' lives through digital technologies and online transactions by launching ETDA Digital Citizen, an Internet awareness course.
Thailand’s Digital Economy Promotion Agency presented case studies and practices promoting the application of digital technology in their agriculture to encourage collaboration from other sectors.
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