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2006 Digital Cities Convention Taipei From e-Taiwan to M-Taiwan: Enabling Digital Opportunity Dr. Zsehong Tsai, Deputy Executive Secretary Science and Technology Advisory Group (STAG) The Executive Yuan June 28, 2006 Outline Background e-Taiwan & e-Opportunity Program

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from e taiwan to m taiwan enabling digital opportunity

2006 Digital Cities Convention Taipei

From e-Taiwan to M-Taiwan: Enabling Digital Opportunity

Dr. Zsehong Tsai,

Deputy Executive Secretary

Science and Technology Advisory Group (STAG)

The Executive Yuan

June 28, 2006

outline
Outline
  • Background
  • e-Taiwan & e-Opportunity Program
  • Wireless MAN & M-Taiwan
  • Conclusion
slide3

Hsinchu Science-based Industrial Park

Ten Emerging Industry

Paradigm Shift

Manufacturing

Venture Capital

R & D

Knowledge Based

Economy

Internet Usage

WEF/NRI

GDP

10

5

  • Current Economy Challenges
    • Knowledge Based Economy
    • Slowing Economy Growth
    • Changing Industry Structure

e-Infrastructure

5

Information Society

Trillion

e-Society

e-Taiwan Project

e-Government

Industrial Society

e-Opportunity

e-Industry

13

Export Industrial ParkTen InfrastructureProjects

NII Projects

Custom Protection

Import Control

1950 1960 1970 1980 1990 1996 2000 2002 2007

Import Substitution

Policy

Export Expansion/ Heavy

Industrialization Policy

High-Tech Policy

e-Taiwan

slide4

Information-rich Society

Best information

available

to its citizen

e-Society

e-Taiwan

High-Tech

Service Island

Knowledge Based Economy

e-Taiwan

with

US$ 11 Billion Investment

Green Silicon

Island

Competitive

Industry

Effective

Government

Bridging

Digital Divide

Best supports to its industry to stay competitive

One-stop services to

its citizen

Equal & Optimum opportunity to its citizen

e-Industry

e-Government

e-Opportunity

GII

NII

NII

Advanced

Telecomm technology

GII

Broadband to every family

Infrastructure

digital divide in taiwan
“Digital divide” in Taiwan

profession

age

location

ethnic group

Source: RDEC, Executive Yuan 2005

slide6

e-Opportunity Action Plans

Provide Digital TV Signals & reception device to Rural Areas.

Provide PCs to Student Families in Rural Areas.

Connect Broadband Network to All Villages.

Establish Digital Opportunity Center in All Counties.

Support SME Develop EC.

Promote High Value Agriculture Products With EC.

Support DOC in 6 APEC Economies.

Train Int’l Trainers & Professionals.

Minorities

Rural

SME

Int’l

slide7

Initial Outcomes

  • Building 50 DOCs nationwide
  • Broadband coverage 99.1%
  • Rebuild 3,200 2nd hand computers, and send them to disadvantage families.
  • Promote 17,000 SMBs to utilize broadband & e-Commerce

Highly remote

  • In Hualien County Fongbin Township, the mobile medical service with the wireless technology has given doctors the ability to access the patient’s medical records and other resources in the hospital

Remote

921 Rebuild project

DOC project

bridging digital divide internationally
Bridging Digital Divide Internationally

Russia

Vietnam

Philippines

Papua

New Guinea

Peru

Peru

Indonesia

Chile

  • ADOC Project is to build “Digital Opportunity Center” in Peru, Philippines, Vietnam, PNG, Indonesia, and Chile.
  • In the past three years, Taiwan has been assisting El Salvador, Costa Rica, and Dominican Republic to build 181 IT schools .
  • Also, Taiwan cooperates with Guatemala, Malawi, and Swaziland to promote IT capacity building locally.
adoc digital opportunity centers
ADOC Digital Opportunity Centers

Peru

Philippines

Vietnam

top issues from the citizens feedback
Top Issues from the citizens’ feedback

Society

  • In an aging society, how to better protect the elder and the children ?
  • How to reduce the inconvenience in life with wireless technology?
  • How to bridge digital divide and provide digital opportunity?
  • How to improve our security and safety due to natural disaster and human misbehavior?
  • How to increase our trust on ICT and yet protect everyone’s privacy ?
  • How to create a better working environment and more jobs ?

Security

&

Safety

Economy

slide11

Broadband Pipeline

Mobile Applications and WLAN-Cellular Dual Network

Gov.

  • Gov. Service
  • Surveillance
  • M-Traffic Service
  • M-Medicare
  • M-police

WLAN/WiMAX

(Wireless Broadband)

Broadband

Pipeline

FTTH/Cable

AP

AP

AP

Enterprise

  • M-Commerce
  • Teleconf.

Dual Network

Taipei Metro

Backbone

Cellular

( GSM/GPRS/3G/PHS)

Taichung

Regional

Home

  • Video/TV
  • VoIP
  • Video Phone
  • Homecare
  • ….

Kaohsiung

Metro

M-Taiwan : Broadband Wireless Program (2005-2009)

30 Billion NT$

7 Billion NT$

key networking technologies for wireless man
Key Networking Technologies for Wireless MAN
  • Alternative Technologies for Wireless MAN
  • WiFi – IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n
  • WiMAX – IEEE 802.16-2004, 802.16-2005(802.16e)
  • WiFi/WiMAX Mesh
  • Hybrid FTTx/Cable/DSL+ WiMAX+WiFi
  • 3.5G(HSDPA, HSUPA)
  • Related Issues:

- Too many to choose ?

- Is the technology selection a government’s job?

- When/whether to adopt a technology?

qos security trust considerations
QoS/Security/Trust Considerations
  • Alternative of Security and QoS Technologies
  • Data Protections (MAC layer : WPA, WEP), VPN
  • Authentication and Roaming: (Web-based, 802.1x EAP )
  • Application-Specific Protection (VoIP, DRM)
  • The Network Infrastructure (AAA server, Roaming server, AP, BS, etc.)
  • Role of Players
  • Commercial Operators (Infrastructure Owner)
  • Virtual Network Operator/ Application Provider
  • Government (as a Gov. Service Provider)
  • End Users

* Different Player/Services may demand for different levels of QoS, security, and trust

hybrid solution for fiber wimax wifi
Hybrid Solution for Fiber, WiMAX & WiFi
  • Simultaneous/hybrid use of Fiber, DSL, WiMAX and WLAN is expected to be most efficient
  • The use of WiFi alone required large scale deployment of WiFi Mesh or ADSL
  • Need the Operator to decide

WiFi/WiMAX

Mesh

VDSL or ADSL2+

Fiber to the Curb

Remote DSLAM

Central Office

Fiber to the Building(FTTB)

WiMAX Backhaul

WiFi

current status of m taiwan
Current Status of M-Taiwan
  • Establishment of Mobile Cities and Special Zone
    • 2 Mobile Cities
      • Taipei
      • Taichung
    • Public Safety Related Application services
      • I-Lan (Traffic/safety monitoring), Lou-Dong (Medical Service in Rural Area)、Hua-Lian (e-Medicine)
    • 19 Mobile Life Applications : dual-network handset applications, VoIP, etc.
  • Campus Roaming Project

- 61+ Universities/Colleges and 300 + School Hot Spot for Mobile Learning Applications

slide16

Health Care

Identify/

Authentication

Logistics

TV

Shopping

Government

Satellite

Product

Guide

Terrestrial/Radio

GPRS/WCDMA/

HSDPA/HSUPA

WLAN/WiMax

Medicine

Fixed Networks: xDSL, Cable, FTTx

Tour Guide

Security

Learning

Library Information

Ubiquitous Network Society:

Toward the Safety and Secure Community

Building a safety and secure community

Satisfy Citizens’Need

  • Healthcare
  • Safety
  • Convenient
  • Amusement
  • Smart Traffic Information

Promote Killer applications

Ubiquitous Network Society

the evolution path to uns
The evolution path to UNS
  • Starting with e-Taiwan, with strong governance to form a broad national vision.
  • The success of e-Taiwan Program has relied on a reliable solid broadband Infrastructure and ICT tech.
  • e-Government as a pilot to lead the information society.

M-Taiwan: Any time any where access

UNS :Ubiquitous Network Society

closing remarks
Closing Remarks
  • Bridging digital divide has to be based on the local culture, needs, and brings benefit to the livelihood
  • Creating synergy from digital service team, volunteers, and local enthusiastic residents is critical for project to success
  • In order to bridge digital divide and make DOC sustainable, assist community residents to make their livings by using digital information technology

Digital divide is not just an ICT problem

but also a social one.

It should be resolved by

grassroots' devotion + government guidance.

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Thank You

for Your Attention