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Report
National Program of Digital
Government
Ing. Jaime Guerrero Ruiz
INTRODUCTION
Ecuador
Population
Economy
Politics
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• Ecuador has a population of
15’584.417 inhabitants.
• 62,77% of the population lives in
urban areas, while 37.23% lives in
rural areas.
• The nation´s GDP in 2011 was
$67,002,768,302
• The main exports include oil,
bananas, cacao, tuna fish, and
coffee.
• The Republic of Ecuador is governed
by a democratically elected
President, Rafael Correa, who serves
a 4-year term.
• The current Constitution was written
in 2008.
ORGANIZATION
Ministerio de Telecomunicaciones y de la Sociedad
de la Información – MINTEL
•
MINTEL was created on August 13th 2009 as
the leading public Institution for the
Telecommunications sector in Ecuador.
•
Priority topics / sectors include connectivity,
digital inclusion, e-government, telemedicine,
ICT support in education, digital cities, small
businesses, technological innovation and
digital television.
•
MINTEL seeks to enhance the efficiency and
productivity of the public and private sectors
through the proper adoption of ICT in
government and small businesses.
ORGANIZATION
MOBILE CLASSROOMS
•
The main objective of this organization is to
ensure that all Ecuadorian citizens have equal
access to ICT and the Information Society.
•
In that respect, MINTEL has worked to
increase the access and use of ICT in Ecuador
through investment in infrastructure, ICT
community centers, and computer literacy
programs.
COMMUNITY ACCESS CENTER
CONNECTIVITY FOR THE ENTIRE NATION
2006
2012
INTERNET INFRASTRUCTURE INCREASE:
• The Ecuadorian growth rate in the use of Internet is the fastest in the region with a
CAGR of 38.77%
• 30.898,68 Km of Fiber Optic Infrastructure
Source: Consultancy Dr. Raul Katz
INTERNET USERS
Ecuador shows an advanced situation of INTERNET use
in the region
2006
JUNE
2012
66.4
59.7*59.5
58.6
55.9
Average: 47.7
45.6
34.5
41
36.5
29.4 28.2
30
20.9 20.7
23.90
Average: 18.6
15.3 15.2
8.0
6.1
6.0
2006
2012
Chile
Uruguay
Brazil
Argentina
Argentina
Ecuador
Colombia
Chile
Perú
Colombia
Venezuela
Paraguay
Uruguay
Brazil
Venezuela
Perú
Ecuador
Bolívia
Bolívia
Paraguay
Source: ITU, CRC, ASEP, ATT, ANATEL, CNC, SUBTEL, CONATEL, OSIPTEL, URSEC, CONATEL Venezuela
* By December 2012
FIXED AND MOBILE PHONES
Fixed and mobile subscriptions (per 100 inhabitants )
20,000,000
140.00
18,000,000
113.50
16,000,000
100.98
14,000,000
115.04
120.00
103.08
100.00
93.53
83.61
12,000,000
80.00
72.94
10,000,000
8,000,000
6,000,000
4,000,000
2,000,000
-
63.28
60.00
Fixed
phones
penetration
greater than
mobile
phones
10.61
47.27
40.00
27.21
18.67
20.00
12.33
11.18
11.98
12.30
12.81
13.19
13.38
13.77
14.31
14.35
14.97
15.27
15.42
6.88
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
Mar-13
TELEF. MOVIL
TELEF. FIJA
Source: Secretaría Nacional de Telecomunicaciones (SENATEL)
DENSIDAD TM %
DENSIDAD TF %
INTERNET SUBSCRIPTIONS
Fixed and Mobile INTERNET subscriptions (per 100 inhabitants )
4,000,000
30.00
3,500,000
25.00
22.60
21.92
3,000,000
20.00
2,500,000
2,000,000
15.00
10.25
1,500,000
9.13
Increase of
Mobile
INTERNET
1,000,000
10.00
5.77
6.04
4.33
5.00
3.35
500,000
0.69
-
0.80
-
0.84
-
0.92
-
2001
2002
2003
2004
1.04
2005
2.03
2.38
-
-
-
2006
2007
2008
1.55
-
AB. INTERNET FIJO
AB. INTERNET MOVIL
Source: Secretaría Nacional de Telecomunicaciones (SENATEL)
1.85
1.52
2009
DENSIDAD BAF%
2010
2011
DENSIDAD BAM%
2012
Mar-13
INTERNET MARKET SHARE
FIXED ACCESS
CNT
SURATEL
ECUADORTELECOM
ETAPA
MOBILE ACCESS
TELCONET
OTROS
CLARO [CONECEL S.A.]
MOVISTAR [OTECEL S.A.]
CNT EP (Ex Alegro)
5%
5%
0%
13%
12%
40%
54%
55%
16%
Despite the dominance of one provider, there
are other providers that participate in the
market.
Source: Secretaría Nacional de Telecomunicaciones (SENATEL)
The market is dominated by 2 providers.
NETWORK READINESS INDEX
NRI - Ecuador 2010-2013
RANKING - Ecuador 2010-2013
114
3.6
3.5
23
POSITIONS
108
96
3.3
91
3.0
2010
2011
2012
2013
2010
2011
2012
2013
4.59
4.16
NRI – Latin America
2.93
125
3.91
3.32
3.33
3.37
3.39
3.42
109
108
104
103
102
3.47
99
3.97
3.6
3.01
119
Source: World Economic Forum - The Global Information Technology Report 2013
91
66
60
52
34
 144 countries
 7 top value
ICT DEVELOPMENT INDEX
RANKING - Ecuador 2020-2011
IDI - ECUADOR 2002-2011
4.31
3.41
2.73
5
87
3.68
85
85
POSITIONS
SINCE 2008
85
2.95
82
1.97
2002
2007
2008
2010
2011
2002
2012
2007
2008
2010
2011
5
5.01
IDI Latin America 2011
4.72
4.31
3.68
3.57
3.14
3.13
1252.44 119
113
2.72
107
109
108
98
3.93
3.92
104
97
103
86
Source: ITU – Measuring the Information Society 2011
* SENATEL 2012
102
82
99
77
91
76
66
60
60
52
56
34
55
 155 países
 10 valor máximo
STRATEGIES
•
Increasing the accessibility of ICT by families through service cost reductions,
readiness programs, and community access centers.
o Mobile Classrooms
o Community access centers
•
Increasing the demand of ICT through the introduction of e-services to serve the
needs of citizens.
o
o
o
o
•
Implementation of “Digital Cities” pilot programs.
Implementation of e-government at the city-level.
Promoting use of ICT in businesses.
Encouraging growth of e-commerce.
Monitoring the growth of the Information Society in Ecuador
o Observatory of ICT and Information Society
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PROGRAMS AND PROJECTS
C1: Citizen
Participation
Websites
NATIONAL
PROGRAM OF
DIGITAL
GOVERNMENT
C2: Emblematic
projects of eservices
implementation.
C3: Design and
Implementation o f
the ICT Observatory.
• E-government platform for
municipalities services.
• Management of internal processes for
the local administration.
• Platform of urban interoperability.
• Emblematic projects selection.
• Development of at least 2 strategic
projects of e-services for citizens .
• Baseline development of Ecuadorian ICT.
• National ICT Observatory
implementation.
• National Contest of Innovation and
Entrepreneurship.
SMART CITIES MODEL
A Smart City Model use the information and knowledge to
attend the citizen’s necessities in a more efficient way
… that are related to the strategic objectives of the
community
• The Smart City Model aims to improve:
• Quality of life of citizens
• Participation in local administration
• Conditions for environmental sustainability
• Efficiency of public services
• Energy consumption saving
SMART CITIES MODEL
The Smart City Model operates as neuronal network integrating all the elements of the
city´s ecosystem to achieve a greater quality and efficiency
Administration
Tourist
Card
Tarjeta
ciudadana
Tourist Card
Válido todos los días de la semana
Nombre
Apellido
Válido todos los días de la semana.
Personal e intransferible
72h
Security
People
Citizen Card
Others
Medium and
Big
Enterprises
Mobility
Gijón
Smart
Identi
City
ty
Services
Urbanism
Electric grid
Urban
waste
Small
Enterprise
Enterprise
Business
Physical
Environment
Renewable
energies
Foreign
Enterprises
Energy
consumption
Main characteristics of the network: integrated, interconnected and dynamic
SMART CITIES MODEL
The implementation of the Smart City Model requires a process change with a
triple focus: technology, organization and operation model.
Organization
Technology
Technological scalable model
that integrates the city
information systems and
allows good coordination and
efficiency.
Cross organization facilitates
the flow of information
between departments
Operation Model
Variables models integrating
focused on efficiency and
quality of service
SMART CITIES MODEL
• The Smart City Model creates a
digital ecosystem, where the main
urban services are integrated
Citizens
XXX
Business
• It helps to increase the
competitiveness of the city, by
improving the efficiency of the
services offered to the citizens
• It offers a way to increase the
“intellectual and social capital”
Security
Source: DFISSI
DIGITAL TERRITORY METHODOLOGY
Methodology of Digital Territories applied to small and
medium cities
Current Analysis
City analysis
(needs and
capacities)
Strategic
Objectives
Definition
Methodology Strategy
Methodology Strategy
METHODOLOGY FOR SMART CITIES’ IMPLEMENTATION
Fuente: DFISSI
DIGITAL TERRITORY METHODOLOGY
Components and Objectives
Education
E-Government
•Participation of ICT in the educational process
•Development of educational content
•Training of students, faculty and staff
•Management of internal and external services
• Scan internal service
• Scan external service
• Disclosure and availability of information
Health
Digital Enlistment
• Integration of the health system
• Development of models of prevention
• Internal service management
• Universal access to ICT
• Appropriation of ICTs for everyday use
Security
Employment
• Coordination of safety and emergency
services
• Communication and participation
• Facilitating business relationship
• Content development for workers
• Generating technological poles
Energy saving and carbon emission reduction
Fuente: DFISSI
RECENT ACHIEVEMENTS
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