Wednesday 4 November | Centara Grand at CentralWorld


Building on the success of 2019


The increasingly interdependent nature of urban development and infrastructure system has necessitated a new way of thinking to deliver cities of the future. Discover how the sector is collaborating, learning and adopting new technologies in order to create sustainable environments to meet our future needs.

InnoCon returns in 2020 to provide critical updates and provide leading insight on how ASEAN is leading the way in urban and infrastructure development and how the sector is changing. With companies spending more money on adopting the latest technologies and Governments increasing spend on vital infrastructure, we see a new level of commitment and an exciting decade ahead.

Attend this conference to also understand the challenges and opportunities inherent in developing resilience across the ASEAN infrastructure portfolio. Hear why international collaboration matters, and how it can prove key to unlocking capital investment. Benefit from updates from the sector’s leaders on how key projects are performing to meeting sustainability objectives, and share with fellow professionals how change can be embedded into planning, development and renewal of important urban development projects and the nation’s infrastructure assets.


Thaworn Senneam

Ministry of Transportation, Thailand

Dr. Phongthon Tharachai

CEO Project Planning Service PLC

Mr Voravuth Mala

Governor – State Railway of Thailand

H.E. mr.  Lorenzo Galanti

Italian ambassador in Thailand

Simon Earles

President of IARO

Giulio De Carli

Managing Partner at One Works





The INNOCON Bangkok 2019 is an event that tangibly supports the fight against climate change. For examples, the event’s venue is easily accessible by public transportation. The online registration is meant to reduce the use of paper. The material used for the booths are environmental friendly since they are biodegradable. The event reflects both national and international policy with the same aim of zero emissions. It target was approved by Thailand Greenhouse Gas Management Organization based under the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals 13 on climate action