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Title: THAILAND


1
ADOC 2.0 WEEK 2009
e-City Project in Obregon City
VIETNAM
THAILAND
PAPUA NEW GUINEA
INDONESIA
CHILE
PHILIPPINES
PERU
MEXICO
MEXICO OCTOBER 2009
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Content
  • 1.BackGround
  • 2.National Plan of Connectivity
  • 3.Sonora 2030 Vision
  • 4.Introducing ADOC in MEXICO

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1.Background
  • In Mexico, the digital divide can be assessed
    through the penetration of ICTs. The number of
    computers in the country is 18.2 million, of
    which 62 (11.3 million) are connected to the
    Internet, that is, There are 3.5 computers for
    every 10 households (Mexican Internet Association
    AMIPICI, 2008)

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Background
The global penetration rate in 2008 was 23.8 and
Mexico was slightly higher (24.9). Even if it
could be argued to be due to the lack of economic
resources in the population, there are others
below the Mexican economies that show significant
advances in this field.
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Background
  • Often, statements that talk about development in
    countries like ours, illustrate that there is a
    misunderstanding of the subject, which is equal
    (sometimes exclusively) the development of
    health, education, having water and electricity
    (Department of Communities and Local Government
    DCLG, 2008) and is not that the above is wrong

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Background
  • but neglects the access to technology was
    considered (in cases of developing countries) as
    a luxury or an afterthought once the basic needs
    are covered. They forget that knowledge,
    technology and the Internet itself are closely
    related to development, without which any country
    will have little opportunity to generate
    resources to meet their needs and be sustainable
    economically, socially and environmentally

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Background
  • But the inclusion, exclusion and digital divide
    does not concern only a matter of technology, to
    have material goods such as computers and
    telephones, as these are just means to an end.
    Inclusion is achieved once using these
    technologies, each person has the opportunity to
    exercise their right of access to information,
    use it to their benefit and to communicate what
    you think

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2.National Plan of Connectivity(Policies)
The Secretary of Communications and Transport of
Federal Government (SCT) through the Coordination
of Information Society and Knowledge is
implementing a "Connectivity Agenda" which
involves the implementation of three policies
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National Plan of Connectivity(Policies)
  • that have as their central element break down the
    digital divide in National Systems Education and
    Health.
  • National Network for Education and Research
  • State networks of education, health and
    government
  • Digital Cities

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3.Sonora 2030 vision
  • Sonora is active and dynamic, a state
    consolidated and technified, it has economic
    diversity with solid and productive structures,
    it has been specializing in attending specific
    demands for both the domestic and international
    markets. Sonora has a step forward towards the
    blossom of a knowledge society, some
    characteristics are

Source Sonoras State Development Plan 2003-2009
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Sonora 2030 vision
  • Primary sector is significantly smaller than
    manufacture and service sector, but stills solid,
    profitable and competitive.
  • Manufacture industry is extensively spread, it
    has local productive supply chains developed.
  • Service sector is modern and efficient.
  • Higher level education and scientific research
    centers are positioned as important poles for
    innovation and excellence.
  • It has 2.4 millions of population (until 2005)

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Sonora Digital Strategic Framework
  • Vision
  • Sonoran society will be characterized for
    actively participate in actions related with
    decision making for a better future as well as
    for accessing useful information and knowledge
    provided with modern technologies which allow to
    increase the self-sufficiency and wellbeing of
    its inhabitants

2
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Sonora Digital
  • Mission
  • To collaborate with institutions and
    organizations that transform the state of Sonora
    in a region that generates wellbeing, knowledge
    and wealth by using information and communication
    technologies, and innovation process, also by
    providing high added value solutions focused in
    increasing opportunities for everyone and
    bridging the digital divide.

14
Goal for 2010 backbone for education, health and
government services
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  • e-Education
  • Programs
  • Quality Schools
  • Digital skills for all
  • School for everyone
  • English in Elementaryschools
  • Adopt a school

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e-city objectives
  • Ensure that dissemination and widespread use of
    technologies to strengthen the processes of a
    knowledge-based society with
  • A government and a population that benefit from
    new technologies to create better opportunities
    and have greater security, health and welfare
  • A government that simplifies and on electronic
    services offered to the public.

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e-city objectives
  • Students who have educational processes that
    incorporate the use of ICT in the classroom,
    guaranteeing access to knowledge.
  • With companies and businesses to integrate their
    business processes information technology to
    achieve efficiency, competitiveness and impact on
    social development

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e-city objectives
  • Build ecosystems to ensure digital inclusion and
    bridging the digital divide for all citizens
  • Universities participating actively in the
    process of transferring knowledge and technology
    to support innovation processes and business
    incubation. The University is a key player in
    this transformation.

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ICT application model in a knowledge
societye-city model of Obregon
Public Safety
Supply of drinking water telemetry
e-Government
Public Services
Services for citizens
Learning Platforms
Consult of personal files on record
e-learning
e-health
Access to knowledge repositories
Follow up of appointments
Online libraries
Prevention Campaign
Student Services
Telemedicine
e-Business
Enterprise Applications on demand
Logistics
Note. Population in Obregon 388700
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e-Learning
  • Educational Institutions in Ciudad Obregon
  • 9 Institutions of Higher Education
  • 37 High schools
  • 27 Inst of Technical Level
  • 72 Secondary
  • 266 Primary Institutions

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e-Learning
  • Training, literacy general culture and
    information technology
  • Distribution of content and
  • campaigns Government or ONG
  • programs
  • targeting low-income people
  • Human Development of the
  • municipalities in southern Sonora

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Park articulation and transfer of educational
technology
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e-Government
  • Public Safety
  • C4 Emergency 066 (coordination of operations)
  • Surveillance with video cameras (squares, bus
    station, public events)
  • Fingerprint Identification Face recognition
  • Public modules preventive security and
    operational

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e-Government
  • Roads
  • Traffic Light Control
  • Intelligent transportation system ( "the green
    light is earned by respecting speed limits on
    hospitals, schools and other areas of low
    velocity").

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e-Government
  • Collection money
  • Payment of property taxes, road tax and plates
  • Payment Services
  • Paying fines online
  • Bringing services to any part of the City

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e-Government
  • Citizen attention
  • Complaints and citizen complaints Reports
    services
  • Information, procedures, consultations,
    regulations and laws Transparency

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e-Government
  • Tourism
  • Interactive Kiosks Programs to foreigners (
    "peasants")
  • Tourist information of interest to travelers and
    visitors
  • Advice and information to visitors

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Solution
Monitoring center
  • Access to data bases
  • Plates numbers
  • Driver licenses
  • Preliminary investigations

Access to video surveillance network
Police Station
Location of patrols
Location System, Monitoring and Control (each
unit)
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e-Salud
SSA (public health) Vaccination Campaigns
Prevention (Cholera, Dengue, etc.). Birthrate
Control, Obesity, etc. Care and Telemedicine
IMSS (Social Security) Regional Information
Center Affiliate Care and Control Telemedicine
Private Hospitals Quotes and Monitoring
Virtual Care Telemedicine
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e- Business
  • Establishment of virtual markets
  • Commerce and e-business
  • Industry
  • Trade
  • Services
  • Digital Advertising Product Information

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Obregon transforming in a Digital City
Inclusive Social Development
Innovation
Economic Development
Project consolidation
? Business focus ?
Improving service and content
Good Governance
Initial Habilitation
? Time ?2008 2009
2010 2011
2012 2013
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Strategic projects for the knowledge society
SonoraSoft Technology Park
Technology Center for the Integration and
development of enterprises
Learning management system
Novutek. ITSONs software development company
University Center for Community Development
Educational technology transference center
Center for educational multimedia
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Strategic projects for the knowledge society
  • The basis for Knowledge
  • Institutions that generate knowledge
  • Innovative Enterprises
  • Organizations that transfer knowledge
  • Proactive local Governments
  • Strategic Vision and local leadership
  • Economic Structure based in Knowledge
  • Industries of high technological intensity
  • Cultural and creative Industries
  • Advanced Services
  • Other knowledge based services or industries
  • ADOC e-Commerce Center
  • ADOC e-Care Center
  • ADOC e-Learning Digital Center
  • Human Capital
  • Population with high level of education
  • Specialized professionals and technicians
  • Specialization in SMEs by using ICT
  • Professional in culture
  • ADOC e-School
  • ADOC Tele-center
  • Connectivity and communication
  • Digital Infrastructure
  • Process and electronics contents
  • socio-institutional networks
  • Entrepreneurial networks
  • Connectivity with the exterior
  • ADOC Digital Opportunity Center
  • ADOC Partner Office

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4.Introducing ADOC in Mexico Timeline
ADOC
e-School
e-Commerce Center
e-Care Center
e-Learning digital center
ADOC Partner Office
Timeline
Ciudad Obregón y Navojoa
2009
2010
Ciudad Obregón
Guaymas, Hermosillo
2011
Ciudad Obregón
Empalme
Navojoa
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  • Around 1 million inhabitants
  • Communities with complementing activities
  • Ciudad Obregón Commerce, Services, high
    technology and Tourism (Business)
  • Guaymas-Empalme y Navojoa Manufacture y Tourism
    (Recreation)
  • Rural Communities Primary Activities and
    Eco-tourism

San Carlos Tourism Spa y Convention centers
Empalme automobile and aerospace industry
Puerto de Guaymas Terminal for cruise and
freight ship
Ciudad Obregon Software industry, Services, and
Agro industry
Tesopaco
Quiriego
Ciudad Obregon Airport Terminal for passengers,
Terminal for cargo Custom duties
Mobility Connectivity Sonoras Southern Region
  • Intercities Train for the Southern Sonora
  • Laid of rail tracks integrating Optical fiber
  • Región Tecnológica (Connectivity)
  • Wireless Telecommunications inside the cities

Eco- touristic Corridor Navojoa, Huatabampo,
Álamos Agro industry
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ITSON
SonoraSoft Technology Park
  • Strategic Sectores
  • Software and Logistics
  • Biotechnology y Agribusiness
  • Ecotourism y Sustainable Development
  • Education y Health
  • Uses for the Wireless Network
  • Public security (video data in police cars)
  • Public services (urban logistics)
  • Education
  • Solutions and software for SMEs

Coverage of the wireless network 65 Km2
ITSON
International District for Agribusiness
University Center for the Community Development
Airport Center for Logistics
Center for Technological Experimentation and
Transference
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  • Thanks for your attention

Herasmo Chavira Soto hchavira_at_itson.mx www.obregon
digital.com.mx
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