Mobile 360 Digital Societies 2019 - LiveStream - Mobile World Live

Mobile 360 Digital Societies 2019 – LiveStream


Mobile World Live will stream all keynote sessions on this page across the three days (please note all times are local time, GMT +8). Bookmark this page for free access. You can also read all our news stories and video highlights from the event here.

TUESDAY
24 SEPTEMBER
TUES
24 SEP
WEDNESDAY
25 SEPTEMBER
WED
25 SEP
THURSDAY
26 SEPTEMBER
THUR
26 SEP
9:30 am

Keynote: Forging Digital Societies Through Digital Platforms

9:30 am - 11:00 am

Digital platforms have already greatly impacted data- and knowledge- intensive industries. Services built upon digital platforms touch millions of users every day whether it’s digital payments, automated tolling, or regulatory compliance. The industry is at the stage where it needs to introduce the notion of how collaborative platforms can boost the five digital-society metrics: Digital Citizenship, Digital Commerce, Digital identity, Connectivity and Digital Lifestyle, as countries make progress to toward digitally driven economies. This opening session of Mobile 360 Digital Societies will discuss the vision of digital platforms shaping Asia-Pacific and how we must embrace new technology to ensure progress is being made.

 

Speakers:

Gobind Singh Deo, Minister of Communication and Multimedia, Malaysia

Tony Fernandes, CEO, AirAsia Group

Dr Hans Wijayasuriya, Corporate EVP & Regional CEO, South Asia, Axiata

Albern Murty, CEO, Digi Telecommunications Sdn Bhd

Gokhan Ogut, CEO, Maxis Broadband Sdn Bhd

Louise Easterbrook, CFO, GSMA

Moderator: Claude Achcar, Managing Partner, Actel Consulting

11:30 am

Governments Building Simple, Clear and Fast Public Services

11:30 am - 12:30 pm

Key questions need answering; what is the role of the Government in digital platform initiatives? Are we already seeing the development of easy-to-use digital services? What are the tools needed to facilitate better policy decisions and faster, cheaper delivery? This session will host a lively discussion between policy makers, regulators and ecosystems players on the best way governments can help build digital societies.

 

Speakers:

Masayoshi Sakai, Counsellor, Information-technology Promotion Agency, Japan Pushpa Nair, Commission Member, Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission

Maya Arvini, CCO, Qlue Moderator: Emanuela, Lecchi, Head of Public Policy, APAC, GSMA

1:45 pm

Digital Commerce is Essential For Now and the Future

1:45 pm - 3:45 pm

Asia-Pacific is a large, addressable and maturing market that is particularly well versed into the use of mobile devices and social media. As commerce has evolved to encompass Web, mobile and social channels, MNOs’ digital commerce proposition has progressed to supporting payment online and at point-of-sale so that the consumer can use a single service to manage all their transactions.  In this session through presentations and panels, speakers will cover a range of questions about MNO’s need to explore additional collaborative opportunities both inside and outside of the industry. With alternative payment methods being used across the region, how can MNOs level the playing field with their competitors by using Artificial Intelligence to enhance their digital commerce propositions?

 

Speakers

Vince Kadar, CEO, Telepin

Brad Jones, CEO, Wave Money

Teddy Oetomo, CSO, Bukalapak

Loke Hwee Wong, VP, APAC, Boku

Ling Wu, Founder & CEO, TBCASoft

Takeshi Fukuizumi, Head of Fintech & Blockchain, Softbank

Budi Satria, CCO, Telin

Anthony Socci, President & General Manager, APAC, Synchronoss

Moderator: Claude Achcar, Managing Partner, Actel Consulting

4:15 pm

Secure and Consistent Digital Identity

4:15 pm - 5:30 pm

Digital identity is well and truly established as one of the most significant technologies developing across Asia, especially in the South-East Asia region. But with recent high-profile data breaches eroding consumer trust, how can we keep our identities safe? It’s one of the greatest challenges facing governments, non-profits and businesses today. This session covers the problems related to identity across different areas and sectors, including cross-border management.

 

Speakers

Eulis Rachmatiah, Head of Ethics & Privacy, Celcom Axiata

Ea Chaillioux, VP Global Ecosystem Engagement, Digital Business Unit, IDEMIA Rahul Sharma, Country Representative-India, IAPP

Jeremy Chappell, Managing Director, JESA Kaspar Tiri, Co-Founder, Wolf 3D Moderator: Claude Achcar, Managing Partner, Actel Consulting

9:30 am

Keynote: A New Chapter of Connectivity for Asia-Pacific

9:30 am - 10:45 am

One of the key growth opportunities for MNOs is to provide network capabilities that support the digital transformation under way across all industries. How will 5G realise a wide variety of connectivity and network services to meet the performance requirements of tomorrow’s digital industries? And how can LTE continue to deliver the current developments?

By putting the customer first, this session will examine what a future and more diverse network landscape looks like.

 

Speakers

Al-Ishsal Ishak, Chairman, Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission

Sohee Shin, SVP, Global Business Unit & Global Alliance Division, KT

Albern Murty, CEO, Digi Telecommunications Sdn Bhd

Suresh Sidhu, CEO, edotco

Li Keng, Chief Engineer, Fiberhome

Attilio Zani, ED, TIP

David An, CTO, ZTE CTO Group Asia

Moderator: Julian Gorman, Head of APAC, GSMA

11:20 am

Asia-Pacific’s Digital Lifestyles: Engine for Growth

11:20 am - 12:30 pm

As people have gotten more comfortable with technology, the lifestyle field has grown considerably. Whether looking at the internet, shopping online, social media usage or eSports, lifestyle services have made a huge impact on society and the economy.

The vast majority of this has been beneficial, but care is needed to ensure that it remains so; press stories of gaming addiction, online bullying and more sensationalise some of the potential drawbacks and encourage knee-jerk responses. This session will dispel some of the myths around popular lifestyle services and take a pragmatic look at what industry, government and wider society can and should do to benefit most from digital lifestyles.

 

Speakers

Abdel Muqit Ahmed, Digital Services and DFS Director, Banglalink

Michael Patent, CEO, Culture Group

Noelle Francesca De Guzman, Regional Policy Manager APAC, Internet Society Amrish Kacker, Partner Analysys, Mason

Foong Yuh Wen, CEO & Founder, Sushivid

9:00 am

Workshops

9:00 am - 5:00 pm