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1 Korea Information Society Development Institute Koreas Experiences in Transparent & Effective Governance 1 ITU Asia-Pacific Regional Development Forum(2012) Dongwook Kim President Korea Information Society Development Institute

2 2 Contents 1.Role of Broadband: Productivity and Efficiency of Governance 2.Initiatives for Knowledge-Based U-Society 3.Current Challenge and Future Initiatives 4.Lessons and Conclusion

3 Korea Information Society Development Institute 3 1.Role of Broadband: Productivity and Efficiency of Governance 2.Initiatives for Knowledge-Based U-Society 3.Current Challenge and Future Initiatives 4.Lessons and Conclusion

4 Korea Information Society Development Institute 4 Broadband Overview Definition of Broadband Internet connection with download speeds faster than traditional dial-up connection Local Access Link of which the performance is not a limiting factor in a users capability for running todays applications (OECD) OECD set the minimum threshold at 256 kbit/s Includes DSL, Cable, Fibre-optic cable, Wireless Broadband

5 Korea Information Society Development Institute 5 Global Position of Korea in Broadband

6 Korea Information Society Development Institute 6 Economic Impact of Broadband Direct Effects Progression from e (electronic) to u (ubiquitous) access Omnipresent, always on, and always aware of the users location Higher connection speeds Spread of IP networks Enhanced cross-platform security protect private communications & critical data Enhanced multimedia applications Increase investments in the technology & enhance the infrastructure Indirect Effects Increase firm efficiency and productivity e-Business : e-banking, e-commerce Increase public sector interoperability & online government service integration e-Government u-Health

7 Korea Information Society Development Institute 7 e-Business: Enhancing Productivity Company Production Stocks Sales and services Administration Research, development and improvement of the services with the professional community OUTPUT SIDE Contact with customers e-Commerce Online Marketing Online Services to customers e-Invoicing General Functions e-Government, e-Banking, contact with other service providers INPUT SIDE Contact with providers e-Commerce e-Invoicing Supply Chain Management Logistics e-Business applications: Information exchange with the business environment

8 Korea Information Society Development Institute 8 New Business Created by Broadband U-Health E-Book

9 Korea Information Society Development Institute 9 e-Government Phase 1 Information Presence of basic information Phase 2 One-way Interaction Online forms, communications, downloadable forms documents Phase 3 Two-way Interaction Electronic forms Phase 4 Online full transaction High-security on delivery & payments Phase 5 Integrated phase (Seamless) Full integration of e-services Emerging (Presence): an official government online presence is established. Static Content & Not in response to citizen expectation Enhanced(One-way): Information dynamic & updated regularly. There are downloadable forms, documents and features like site search Interactive (two-way): Users can download forms, officials and interact through web. Transactional: Users can pay for services & other transactions online. Secure access for online payments, confirmation & receipt. Integrated (Seamless): All services & links accessed through single central portal, all transactional services offered through single integrated site.

10 Korea Information Society Development Institute 10 1.Role of Broadband: Productivity and Efficiency of Governance 2.Initiatives for Knowledge-Based U-Society 3.Current Challenge and Future Initiatives 4.Lessons and Conclusion

11 Korea Information Society Development Institute 11 U-City WHAT : to overcome the limitations of traditional cities and to build sustainable cites HOW : combining the world's best information and communications infrastructure with cities by WHOM: central, local governments and the private sector Act on the Construction, ETC. of Ubiquitous Cities 2008 the heads of local governments set up a ubiquitous city project the central government approval push forward with the project

12 Korea Information Society Development Institute 12 U-City U-City projects in collaboration the central government has: made R&D investments in U-city integrated platform and construction, ICT fusion technology development worked to prevent overlapping investment between ministries and local governments local governments are providing: various ubiquitous service infrastructures the private sector is taking its part to promote the industry: by developing and providing diverse ubiquitous services brief overview Hwaseong Dongtan, the first smart city in Korea, constructed in Sep local governments, 52 U-city projects U-Safety, U-Environment, U-Transportation, and U-Media are the services provided in Hwaseong Dongtan U-city

13 Korea Information Society Development Institute 13 E-Learning: Broadband-based Education Significant Growth of e-Learning 72.0% of elementary or secondary school students 80% of schools 97% penetration rate of high speed Internet (above 2Mbps) multi-media lectures and HD contents Providing Popular On-line Education Contents EBS(Educational Broadcasting System) Local District Office(Gangnam-gu) Fast Growth of e-Learning Industry in Korea e-learning Lectures Provided on Mobile Devises HD On-line Contents Increase Demand for HD Devices

14 Korea Information Society Development Institute 14 Information Network Village AIM: providing local residents with access to information HOW: by establishing broadband in rural areas launch in May 2001 now: 363 information network villages across the nation What is INV? offer an opportunity to access information for residents in farming or fishing villages by laying an information foundation such as broadband network, community information centers or web sites connecting consumers and producers to promote the sales of specialties, agricultural and marine products sales of agricultural or marine products: $13,394,000 farm tourism: $7,531,000 (2010)

15 Korea Information Society Development Institute 15 Information Network Village Korean broadband establishment project the government: focused on attracting private investment through facility- based competition the private sector: led the investment and development of broadband Why Important? reduced the information gap of rural areas with cities played a key role in improving the quality of life of residents in farming and fishing villages in promoting active involvement of local residents by minimizing marketing margins through e-commerce-like direct sales "enhancing citizens' rights to access information and narrowing the urban-rural information gap"

16 Korea Information Society Development Institute 16 Information Network Village The project won: the first prize in PSA (Public Service Awards) of UN, 2010 e-government forum prize, 2010 "Since 2001, about 2,500 government or relevant officials from 103 countries including Asia, South Africa and Europe have visited Korea to benchmark 'Information Network Village

17 Korea Information Society Development Institute 17 1.Role of Broadband: Productivity and Efficiency of Governance 2.Initiatives for Knowledge-Based U-Society 3.Current Challenge and Future Initiatives 4.Lessons and Conclusion

18 Korea Information Society Development Institute 18 Current Challenges and Future Initiatives Broadband Traffic World: PB, PB, 2015 (Cisco VNI, Feb. 2011) Korea Mobile: 47 PB, 2011 (120% ) 470 PB, 2016 Infrastructure Plan BcN(50Mbps), Subs: 14.8 million, 2010 Giga Internet(500Mbps) Commercialized, 2012

19 Korea Information Society Development Institute 19 Current Challenges and Future Initiatives Change of Global ICT Ecosystem Vertical Ecosystem (Walled Garden by Network Operator) Horizontal Ecosystem(Contents-Platform-Network-Device) SW, Contents, Platform: Key Players of the New Ecosystem Response of Government and Market Players Improve Business Environment of Software Venture (Government) Spin off Platform Business (SK Planet) Employ Software Developers (Samsung Electronics)

20 Korea Information Society Development Institute 20 1.Role of Broadband: Productivity and Efficiency of Governance 2.Initiatives for Knowledge-Based U-Society 3.Current Challenge and Future Initiatives 4.Lessons and Conclusion

21 Korea Information Society Development Institute 21 Lessons and Conclusion Success Factors Supply Intensive Facility-Based Competition in Early Stage Hanaro Telecoms facility build-up : FTTC and HFC Availability of KEPCOs poles from 1998 Demand High speed Internet grew rapidly in late 1990s Experience of broadband at PC Game Rooms PC is the natural platform of electronic games

22 Korea Information Society Development Institute 22 Lessons and Conclusion Success Factors Government Governments recognition of the importance of the broadband Internet as a new engine of growth in ICT sector such as e-commerce and online contents Informatization Promotion Fund Economies of Scale Urban geography: More than 50 percent of total households live in large apartment complexes More than 90 percent of households, located within 5km radius from the wire centers of KT

23 Korea Information Society Development Institute 23 Thank You


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