The Indonesian public sector companies ‘’ Go Global’’, exhibited their innovative products at the Hannover Messe.
Jakarta (ANTARA) — As many as 13 Indonesia’s public sector companies display their latest innovations at the largest industrial technology exhibition, Hannover Messe 2021, as the nation, aims to be one of the top 10 global economies in 2030.
President Joko Widodo mentioned: that goal can be achieved by accelerating the fourth industrial revolution and doing not only technological transformation but also digital transformation in the industry, especially during this pandemic.
Indonesia is also the first nation in the south East Asian countries that became official partner of the exhibition which is held in digital edition this year. Participating in Hannover Messe exhibition is part of the country’s policy “Making Indonesia 4.0”.
Some public sector companies have adopted dan developed recent technology to compete and lead the competition in the digital technology, specifically in energy industry, automotive, electronics, chemical and pharmaceuticals industry and health equipment industry.
Indonesia’s energy holding company, PT PERTAMINA shows its support for the 4.0 industry transformation by stepping up on its efforts in transitioning energy consumption from fossil fuels to renewable energy.
For energizing its sustainable future, Pertamina is turning its refineries into green diesel, green jet fuels and green gasoline, optimizing geothermal capacity as well as using green hydrogen, so that it can contribute to its sustainable future. It also works with other public sector companies to produce EV batteries and energy storage systems in Indonesia.
Meanwhile, the public sector company in the electricity sector, PT Perusahaan Listrik Negara promotes its digital-based products that can accelerate business processes, such as the ICORE Digital Power Plant for electricity generation, Digitally Enabled Distribution Excellence for electricity distribution, PLN Mobile Application for customer service and Charge. IN application for charging electric vehicles.
A testing, inspection and certification company, PT Surveyor Indonesia is showcasing its drone-powered enhanced solution services for predictive maintenance and remote surveys. Meanwhile, Indonesia’s state mint, Peruri developed a research institute for authenticity and collaborated with SICPA SA (a Switzerland company) and Giesecke+Devrient (a German company). In the Hannover Messe, Peruri introduces its innovations in digital business solution with its products: Peruri Sign, Peruri Code and Peruri Trust.
PT Pupuk Indonesia, the holding company for state-owned fertilizer producers, has implemented “Smart Production” system which uses big data system that integrates several data including operational data and the distributed control system. The system is expected to increase efficiency of operations and monitors production process in real time. The company also implements ‘Smart Distributions” system that integrates data in the warehouses all the way through the ports. Other smart product by Pupuk Indonesia is the PreciPalm or Precision Agricuture Platform for Palm Oil that provides digital maps on soil condition in oil palm plantation that can give recommendations for fertilization.
Indonesian pharmaceutical holding company, PT Bio Farma, displays “bio tracking”, “bio detect” and an integrated packaging line for vaccine distributions. A thermal sensor and a GPS are installed in vaccine transporting vehicles to monitor temperature inside the vehicles and its real time position. The company seeks to expand its market to eastern Europe after joining the Hannover Messe exhibition. PT Indofarma also promotes several premium products and seeks to attract foreign investment in pharmaceutical and herbal products. PT Kimia Farma, another state-owned pharmaceutical company also joins the exhibition, alongside its subsidiary PT Kimia Farma Sungwun Phramacopia.
The largest port operator in Indonesia, PT Pelabuhan Indonesia II is exhibiting several of its latest innovation, including I-Hub, an application for one-stop port service and e-government solution like
National Single Window and Online Single Submission.
In line with the focus on transforming into a digital telecommunications company, PT Telekomunikasi Indonesia brought several digital solutions, including digital connectivity, digital platform and digital service, to be displayed in Hannover Messe virtual exhibition.Another state-owned company that attends the Hannover Messe, is PT Barata Indonesia that produces various machinery and components including for power plants and trains. The company expects to expand its market and joins the global supply chain for industrial components.
“Leadership and technology transformation will create a momentum that will not only brings us out of this pandemic but also push us to leap further ahead,” as one of the politicians mentioned, Indonesia’s participation in the exhibition will boost public sector companies to go global and opens opportunity in partnership in business and investment cooperation with international companies towards building industry 4.0.