Presentation on theme: "1 Office of Electronic Communications Inventory of Telecommunications Infrastructure in Poland Article 29 of Broadband Act."— Presentation transcript:
1 Office of Electronic Communications Inventory of Telecommunications Infrastructure in Poland Article 29 of Broadband Act
2 Act of 7 May 2010 to promote the development of telecommunications services and networks, called Broadband Act: Allows local government units and public utility units: building and exploitation of telecommunications infrastructure; supplying telecommunications network/providing access to telecommunications infrastructure; provision of telecommunications services (under certain conditions); Facilitates access to infrastructure of public utility units for building up public telecommunication networks (using synergies); Requires the President of the OEC draw up a inventory of existing telecommunications infrastructure and public telecommunications networks on the territory of Poland (in electronic form); Facilitates telecommunications companies access to buildings in order to provide telecommunications services; Regulates property of elements of telecommunications infrastructure; Makes impossible creating non-location telecommunications infrastructure rules in local zoning plans and grants the President of OEC the right of appeal of illegal provisions of the local zoning plans; Lays down specific rules regarding the localization of regional broadband networks.
3 Other reasons increase investment in the telecommunications sector; accelerate investments co – financed by EU funds; removal of barriers to investments in telecommunications infrastructure; accelerate the construction of new generation networks (NGA/NGN). The realization of these demands is the enactment of The Act of 7 May 2010 to promote of the development of telecommunications services and networks, called Broadband Act.
4 Article 29 of the Broadband Act Provides a legal basis of drawing up the inventory of existing telecommunications infrastructure and public telecommunications networks on the territory of Poland (in electronic form) with a separate indication of coverage of the country by: optic links; wireless networks; building to enable collocation. Obligated to forward the President of the OEC of data on telecommunications infrastructure are : state and local government entities (with exceptions); public utility units; telecommunications companies; Chief Land Surveyor. Commits to ongoing review and update the inventory, not less frequently than once a year.
5 Pursuant to Article 29 section 7of Broadband Act Minister of Home Affairs and Administration issues: Regulations of the 28 January 2011 on the inventory of existing telecommunications infrastructure and public telecommunications networks, which defines: The scope of the information collected through the inventory; The scope of the inventory data published in the Information Broadband Infrastructure System; The detailed scope and manner of presentation of inventory – inventory maps: route of backbone and distribution telecommunications networks, indicating the type of technology which has been used; location of telecommunications hubs, location of transmission systems, location of points of contact between the public telecommunications network; location of collocation buildings; location of other existing telecommunications infrastructure, indicating the type of technology which has been used. The method of date delivery to the President of the OEC.
6 The Information Broadband Infrastructure System (SIIS) It’s a computer system for gathering, processing, presentation and share information about telecommunications infrastructure, public telecommunications networks and buildings to enable collocation; implemented within The Information Broadband Infrastructure System Project and Poland Broadband Portal (SIPS). The Project is implemented by: Institute of Communication (Polish research unit), Office of Electronic Communication Ministry of Infrastructure and is funded by the 7th priority axis of the Operational Programe Innovative Economy 2007 - 2013 ;
For big and medium telecoms – XML with detailed XSD structure For small telecoms –Electronic forms Format of input data about infrastructure
Access Distribution Backbone Nodes Network model implemented in regulation Addresses supplied by access network Connections ( mainly FO ) Connection not invented
White, gray and black spots City border White spot
February 2011 - System SIIS ready to use March 2011 - more than 9000 state and local government entities, telecom operators and public utility units were asked about „broadband data” May 2011 - formatting, clearing and validation of received data 30 of June 2011 - First report of Office of Electronic Communications about broadband telecom infrastructure July – November 2011 – new version of SIIS with improved data input functionality, dedicated functionality for reports and presentation of infrastructure on the maps. –We would like to deliver a searchable and interactive website ( like Broadband map in Germany) that allows user to view broadband availability every neighborhood in Poland. Inventory Project status and future plans
Benefits: –Speed up investment in telecom sector –Optimize utilization of public money and UE founds Right defined white and gray pots Reports: –How is my community connected? –Type of technology available –Broadband availability across demographic characteristic (density population, age, education, …) –Broadband provider service area –Maximum speed Internet availability Analyses –Broadband availability in urban versus rural areas Percent of population with access to given speed in rural and urban –Differences in technology availability (wireless versus wire line) And many, others depending on our needs Benefits, reports and analyses based on infrastructure inventory
17 Thank you for your attention www.uke.gov.pl26th of May 2011 email@example.com