Application of Infrastructure Mapping with the Aim of Achieving Regulatory Goals FTTH Council Europe confer...
New WBG ICT Sector StrategyFrom Opportunities to ImpactCONNECT Scale up affordable access to broadband Internet ...
Three areas which may potentially benefit from mapping Demand side ...
Why to map? Demand side 1. Broadband maps Transparency, Promotion of BB, Fostering ...
Broadband maps • Purpose: for End users: – to provide End user with the information about the availability ab...
Broadband maps (USA)Footer - add copy here 6 http://www.broadbandmap.gov/
Broadband maps (UK)• http://maps.ofcom.org.uk/broadb and/ ...
Why to map? 1. Broadband maps State Aid Transparency, Promotion of BB, Fostering ...
Inventory of the Existing telecom infrastructure• Purpose: for Regulators/Govern...
Inventory of telecom infrastructure (Poland: SIPS)• The aim of the SIPS project is twofold...
Inventory of Infrastructure(Germany: Infrastructure Atlas)  Containing geoinformation of infrastructure in ...
Why to map? 1. Broadband maps State Aid Transparency, Promotion of BB...
Infrastructure maps • Purpose: for Operators: – to provide deployers with information about the existing ...
Inventory of Infrastructure (Portugal) – ICP-ANACOM is res...
Inventory of Infrastructure (Portugal) • Aim: These who...
Infrastructure Maps (Lithuania: E-infrastruktūra project) – Historically loca...
Infrastructure Maps (Lithuania: E-infrastruktūra project)Footer - add copy here 17
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Natalija gelvanovska

FTTH Conference 2013 Workshop Infrastructure Mapping
Published on: Mar 3, 2016
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Transcripts - Natalija gelvanovska

  • 1. Application of Infrastructure Mapping with the Aim of Achieving Regulatory Goals FTTH Council Europe conference“Infrastructure Mapping – Approaches, Benefits and Challenges” London, UK February 19, 2013 Ms. Natalija Gelvanovska Senior ICT Policy Specialist, ICT Sector Unit, World Bank ngelvanovska@worldbank.org
  • 2. New WBG ICT Sector StrategyFrom Opportunities to ImpactCONNECT Scale up affordable access to broadband Internet Support ICT Innovation for jobs and competitivenessINNOVATE across economies Scale up the Use of ICT to Transform Service DeliveryTRANSFORM and Promote Open and Accountable Development 2
  • 3. Three areas which may potentially benefit from mapping Demand side Supply side State Aid Issues 1. Broadband maps 2. Inventories of developed Telecom infrastructure 3. Maps of the Civil engineering infrastructures which may be used for Broadband deploymentFooter - add copy here 3
  • 4. Why to map? Demand side 1. Broadband maps Transparency, Promotion of BB, Fostering competition4
  • 5. Broadband maps • Purpose: for End users: – to provide End user with the information about the availability about the BB access on particular geographical area; – Overall aim is to stimulate the Demand for Broadband. • What information is presented: – Availability of BB: geographical areas are marked depending on the speed which is available; – Providers of BB: list of providers with contact details, etc. • Features: – Broadband providers may upload the information about the areas where they provide BB services; – End users may claim absence of the Internet access in particular areas, etc.Footer - add copy here 5
  • 6. Broadband maps (USA)Footer - add copy here 6 http://www.broadbandmap.gov/
  • 7. Broadband maps (UK)• http://maps.ofcom.org.uk/broadb and/ 7
  • 8. Why to map? 1. Broadband maps State Aid Transparency, Promotion of BB, Fostering Issues Supply side competition 2. Inventory of national telecom Network access points (for operators); infrastructure developed so far Geographical market segmentation (for regulatory decisions), State aid, etc.8
  • 9. Inventory of the Existing telecom infrastructure• Purpose: for Regulators/Governments: – to provide information about the telecom infrastructure developed on the territory of the country which is needed to: • take the decisions regarding the State Aid; • decide on the geographical segmentation within the market analysis process (i.e. markets 4 and 5); • provide operators with the information about the possible access points.• What information is presented: – Detailed information about the networks developed; – Information about the planned roll-outs?• Issues: – Confidentiality will always be an issue leading all the project; – Approaches for co-operation with operators, e.g. agreements, obligations, laws… 9
  • 10. Inventory of telecom infrastructure (Poland: SIPS)• The aim of the SIPS project is twofold:1. to create the information infrastructure in order to support the government and local administrations while deciding upon State Aid: • Identification of Black, Grey and White areas;2. to provide operators with information about network access points so that to ensure that existing infrastructure could be shared more effectivey while broadband networks are deployed: • Core networks; Buildings available for co- location, etc. 10 10
  • 11. Inventory of Infrastructure(Germany: Infrastructure Atlas)  Containing geoinformation of infrastructure in Germany, that may be shared while broadband networks are expanded;  Background: The Federal Government‘s Broadband Strategy, Status: February 2009  Optical fiber; Ducts, conduits; MDFs, street cabinets; Masts, antennas, towers; Other infrastructures (e.g. buildings)  Source: infrastructure owners on a voluntary basis. Source: Steffen Schmitt – Project Director Infrastructure Atlas Federal Network Agency, for Planning Broadband Investments Workshop Brussels, 7th March 2011 11
  • 12. Why to map? 1. Broadband maps State Aid Transparency, Promotion of BB, Fostering Issues Supply side competition 2. Inventory of national telecom Network access points (for operators); infrastructure developed so far Geographical market segmentation (for regulatory decisions), State aid, etc. 3. Maps containing information about Possibility to consider alternative the civil engineering infrastructure which (potentially more cost effective) may be uses for deployment of BB approaches for network roll out. networks12
  • 13. Infrastructure maps • Purpose: for Operators: – to provide deployers with information about the existing civil engineering infrastructure which may potentially be used for network roll-out; • What information is presented: – Underground: pipes, manholes, chambers, etc.; – Aboveground: poles, buildings, etc. • Features: – In some countries all such information is being collected and maintained by municipalities.Footer - add copy here 13
  • 14. Inventory of Infrastructure (Portugal) – ICP-ANACOM is responsible for design, manage, and maintain a Centralized Information System (CIS), and to make it accessible and available, containing data on records of infrastructures held by public bodies and by electronic communications operators; – Legal background: Decree Law; – The provisions of the Decree Law is applicable to: • the State, Autonomous Regions and local authorities; • all entities under the authority or supervision of bodies of the State, Autonomous Regions and local authorities, performing administrative tasks, regardless of their entrepreneurial nature, as well as to public companies and concessionaries, particularly those active in the field of infrastructures for roads, railways, ports, airports, water supply, sewerage, and transport and distribution of gas and electricity; • Other bodies holding or exploiting infrastructures that integrate the public domain of the State, Autonomous Regions and local authorities.Footer - add copy here 14
  • 15. Inventory of Infrastructure (Portugal) • Aim: These who: – hold the infrastructures suitable for the accommodation of electronic communications networks, – electronic communications companies, as well as – holders of infrastructures suitable for the accommodation of electronic communications networks that are used by the latter, shall draw up, keep and permanently update a record with descriptive and geo-referenced information of infrastructures suitable for the accommodation of electronic communications networks, namely ducts, inspection chambers, manholes and associated infrastructures; Status: – ICP-ANACOM launched a public consultation in order to define the format under which the CIS elements are made available; – Consultation is finished, final decision – pending. The CIS Data Records of infrastructure shall include, in accordance with the procedures to be laid down by ICP – ANACOM, the following minimum elements: – Location, geo-reference, layout and main resources allocated; – Most relevant technical characteristics, including size, type of infrastructures.Footer - add copy here 15
  • 16. Infrastructure Maps (Lithuania: E-infrastruktūra project) – Historically local municipalities collect information about the constructions performed, including information about all the underground infrastructure; – After such information comes to municipality it is digitalized or it is not (depends on municipality): • No legally binding requirements to digitalize the paper plans are foreseen in the national legal base at the moment; – Operators which seek to perform deployment of fiber contact appropriate local municipality and obtain (normally) a paper copy (copies) of the local plans containing also an information about the underground communications; – Some municipalities allow not only to see the infrastructure constructed, but also To download the .dwg with information on constructed and planned to construct infrastructure and to upload the project for authorization;Footer - add copy here 16
  • 17. Infrastructure Maps (Lithuania: E-infrastruktūra project)Footer - add copy here 17
  • 18. Thank you!Footer - add copy here 18

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