Multi-Lane Free Flow
Roatex MLFF e-toll success story

Indonesia is set to make the transition to gateless electronic toll collection with the introduction of a Multi-Lane Free Flow (MLFF) system, which will replace the traditional toll gate payment system in use now. Multi-Lane Free Flow (MLFF) is a system that allows free-flow high-speed tolling for all highway users. The system, which will enable vehicles to pass through the gateless electronic toll system, is provided by Roatex. This system is expected to avoid long queues at tolls, shorten travel time, and increase efficiency.

Roatex is bringing the Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS), the most advanced technology in the MLFF system. This technology is very open to development for other paid road services, such as ERP (Electronic Road Payment), traffic management based on master data (Big Data), dynamic pricing, parking, and others according to development needs.

Implementing the MLFF system in Hungary resulted in well-maintained toll roads, a significant increase in government income, a reduction in traffic jams, and the establishment of a comfortable, user-friendly system providing a structured and transparent tolling environment, which greatly reduced the potential for abuse. Roatex has been working with Indonesian experts for a long time from both the private and governmental spheres and has in-depth knowledge regarding the Indonesian toll road environment with the hope of repeating the same success.

Join us in the panel discussion, where the CEO of Roatex Indonesia Toll System will share his insight into developing the innovative e-toll system to enhance Indonesia’s rapid toll road development. Roatex will also share the use of the Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS), using the Multi-Lane Free Flow (MLFF) technology, that will be applied to 40 toll roads in Indonesia spread across Java and Bali for the first phase of the implementation.


Dániel Mendelényi

[Ambassador-at-large of Hungary]

Nazib Faizal S.T., M.Sc

[Kepala Pusat Data dan Informasi Kementerian PUPR]

Peter Ong

[Member of Roatex Indonesia Toll Services (RITS)]

Zoltán Varga

[CEO of Roatex Zrt.]
Smart Infrastructure
Smart infrastructure development – Technological tools for a more effective, sustainable, and productive community

Rapid urbanization in Indonesia presents enormous social, economic, and environmental opportunities, especially for urban infrastructure. With 50% of Indonesian lives in urban areas, growing to 70% by 2045, this rapid movement will need solutions to solve the challenges in social inequity, disaster risk management, congestion, pollution, and others.

Indonesia can harness technology advantages, especially to reach sustainable development goals through integrated digital opportunities and other enablers. Smart infrastructure shapes an ecosystem that connects the real and digital worlds. It will inspire all of the key themes associated with a smart city, as well as good quality, good economy, good living, good governance, and a good atmosphere.

Join us in the panel discussion, where we will discuss the benefit of technological tools to create a more effective, sustainable, and productive community.


Akhmadi Tricahyono

[Direktur Operasi II PT Wijaya Karya Bangunan Gedung Tbk]

Dr. Ir. Herry Trisaputra Zuna

[Director of Financing Implementation System and Strategy Development at Kementerian PUPR]

Péter Sasi

[Vice President Greehill Asia-Pacific]

Suresh Muthusamy

[Senior Director – Sales ASEAN, Organica Water ]
Fintech and Cyber Security
Fintech and Cyber Security – The inevitability of cyber security in fintech and beyond

Financial technology (fintech) has become a recent phenomenon. The booming economy in Indonesia has carved a clear path to leverage fintech startups, and fintech in Indonesia has become one of the most promising industries. With the high-middle class growth, Indonesia is now a country with high internet penetration. Because of the sheer number of people that use fintech nowadays, the number of people at risk of data breaches is high.

The sensitive information acquired through this growth has become more and more urgent. It is essential to ensure the security of the company’s data, especially customers. This is at the forefront of cyber security concerns and what is a grave risk of being affected in the aftermath of a data breach.

On the other side, the emergence need for cyber security has proven to be a blessing. The risk of losing money, identities, or even larger scale where the largest cities could lose control over essential infrastructure gained more serious attention. Perhaps it is not an exaggeration to call the companies participating in this panel discussion our guardians in the digital world, with their expansive knowledge of the IT world.

In this panel, we will discuss how cyber security is inevitable for the operation of fintech and beyond and as an integral part of business wellbeing.


Eva Noor

[President & Managing Director ]

Mochamad James Falahuddin

[CEO of PT Codephile]

Olivér Kövecses

[ International Sales Director of ACPM IT]

Sándor Fehér

[CEO of White Hat IT Security]

Zoltán Ács

[Director of Cellum Asia]
Agrotech - Can agro-tech innovation saves us from the food crisis?

Over the past two centuries, agriculture industrialization fueled the jump from 1 billion to nearly 7.7 billion people. The modern form of agriculture has tested the limits of our environmental resources. With the world’s population expected to hit 9.7 billion by 2050, agriculture needs to become more productive and sustainable.

By 2050, it is projected that there will be 2 billion more mouths to feed worldwide, which is the biggest challenge of modern agriculture. It needs to be both more productive and sustainable. Modern agriculture will require more adoption of productivity-boosting technology and participation from young people and smallholder farmers.

As a primary sector that employs millions of people directly and throughout the supply chain, agriculture has lagged behind many other industries in digitalizing and applying digital technology. This, again, will pose a certain challenge in terms of food supply and production.

On this occasion, join us for a discussion with our panel speakers as they will share their insight on how agro-technology innovation can provide a solution for future food crisis.


Dr. Asmarhansyah, S.P., M.Sc.

[Coordinator of Cooperation and Utilization of Research Results of the Agricultural Research and Development Agency]

Dr. Béla Halasi-Kovács

[Director of Research Institute For Fisheries and Aquaculture]

Dr. István Lénárt

[Project Manager of Vitafort Agro Asia]

Dr. László Balázs

[Associate professor at the Hungarian University of Agriculture and Life Sciences]

Dr.rer.agr. Eva Anggraini, S.Pi., M.Si.

[Resource and Environmental Economics]

Guntur Mallarangeng


Prof. Dwi Andreas Santosa

[Soil Science and Land Resources]
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