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About BMAM Expo Asia

BMAM Expo Asia, the international exhibition and conference on building maintenance and facilities management provides opportunities to explore the latest trends and to source products; offers exciting possibilities for businesses keen to be at the forefront of innovation and technology in facilities management. The exhibition welcomes visitors from various business spheres including government agencies and state enterprises; building owners; landlords; developers; architects; contractors; industrial estate and manufacturing companies; hotels and resorts, to explore the total solution for facilities management.

Technology and FM

In today’s increasingly digitized world, emerging technologies such as Internet of Things, robotic process automation (RPA), artificial intelligence (AI), virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) are playing strategic roles in facilities management and building maintenance. A business enabler, technology modernizes and transforms the FM industry.

Growth of FM

In response to the accelerated growth of integrated facilities management in Southeast Asia region, FM service providers expand their reach throughout the region with an estimated compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 9.6%, to reach market revenues exceeding $2 billion from 2015 to 2021. The trend of smart buildings has given a huge boost to the uptake of facilities management solutions in ASEAN.
Generating new sales leads; maintaining relationships with clients; seeking local partners and/or developing new business in key markets is always challenging. If you are part of FM industry, this is a must-attend event to grow your professional network and business.


  • Emerging Country: Thailand is the world’s 51st largest country by area, 20th largest country by population and the 32nd largest country in the world, by economic size.
  • Strong Economic Growth: The Economic Intelligence Center of the Siam Commercial Bank has predicted that Thailand’s economy will further expand to approximately 3.5%, in 2018.
  • Policy support: The government has progressive policies to support the automation and robotics industries to strengthen its technology hub position, including tax incentives for all imported machineries and raw or essential materials, as well as non-tax incentives provided by the Thailand Board of Investment (BOI).
  • Technology trend: Thailand’s IoT spending in 2014 amounted to US$ 57.7 M. This is forecasted to increase to US$ 973.3 M in 2020.
  • Industrial growth: Smart Park, a new concept of industrial estate by the Industrial Estate Authority of Thailand with investments of over 2,043 million baht features the integration of smart innovation including smart infrastructure, smart IoT, smart security and smart energy system.