Thailand 4.0 is a development plan that aims to transform Thailand into a high-income, innovation-driven economy. It was announced by the Thai government in 2016 and focuses on four main pillars:
- Advanced manufacturing and service industries, including biotechnology and robotics.
- Strong and effective infrastructure, including digital infrastructure and connectivity.
- Biotech agriculture and the development of high-value agriculture.
- A strong and skilled workforce, with an emphasis on education and training in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM).
The goal of Thailand 4.0 is to help the country’s economy move beyond traditional industries such as agriculture and manufacturing, and to create new opportunities in emerging sectors such as advanced manufacturing, biotechnology, and digital infrastructure. It also aims to improve the quality of life for Thai citizens by promoting technological innovation and sustainable development.
EEC – Eastern Economic Corridor
- EECh – High-Speed Rail Ribbon (Housing development)
- EECd – Digital Park (Digital Businesses HQs)
- EECmd – Medical Hub
- EECi – Innovation (Robotics, smart electronics)
- EECa – Airport City (MRO centre)
- EECg – Genomics
Mission: To make “Thailand 4.0” reach small family businesses by providing turn-key, easy-to-use products and solutions
Vision: To empower every family business with new technologies
Values: We consider technology as a force for positive and meaningful innovation contributing to a brighter world in big and small ways