About ProgressTH

ProgressTH is a Bangkok-based public benefit design lab & media platform for covering, developing, and organizing technology, agriculture, health, education and all other tools and techniques used to build up local communities through practical, hands-on approaches.

In addition to promoting the practical use of technology to improve the world around us, we also focus specifically on projects for developing solutions in the fields of healthcare, agriculture, local energy production, education, and personal manufacturing. 

The future is what we make of it, so let's start making it.

We want to connect people with technology. 

We promote and organize workshops teaching skills including everything from 3D design and 3D printing, to organic agriculture and DIY biology.

3D printed prototypes developed for local children's hospital. 

We work closely with local agricultural groups, makerspaces, labs, healthcare professionals, universities, farmers' markets, alternative energy networks, and tech enthusiasts eager to teach and apply their skills to making their corner of the world a better place and sharing their knowledge and success with others worldwide.

Based in Bangkok, Thailand, our content is provided in both English and Thai, but we more than welcome others from all over to contribute and collaborate.

Don't just learn about how technology is changing the world, use technology to change your corner of the world...

We help teach people what big tech stories mean to them, but also how to use emerging technology to help them improve their lives and communities. Some of it might be very simple like growing a garden. Some of it could be as advanced as personal manufacturing, DIY biology, and IT.

Our design lab... 

It is amazing what you can do with a 3D printer and some basic electronic prototyping tools. With opensource electronics and a growing library of 3D designs and knowledge online, every problem has a technical solution waiting to be discovered.

With our design lab, we are able to collaborate and create ideas with a wide variety of partners including hospitals, universities, SME owners, and more.

While the lab is not open to the public, most of the work developed in it is available publicly on Thingiverse here. We also are happy to meet with people interested in our work and who are in the Bangkok-area. If you are looking for a local makerspace, we may be able to help connect you with one. 

Feel free to contact us here.