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    Dante e archanes-konstantinos_strataridakis_v1 Dante e archanes-konstantinos_strataridakis_v1 Presentation Transcript

    • “Smart Village” Development in the Town of ArchanesThis project is co-financed by the ERDF and made possible by theINTERREG IVC programmeThe contents reflect the authors views. The Managing Authority is not liable for any use that may be made of the information contained therein
    • Presentation Agenda • Project Identity • Project Objectives • Operational overview • Technical overview • ConclusionThis project is co-financed by the ERDF and madepossible by the INTERREG IVC programme 2
    • Project Identity - General PROJECT TITLE “Smart Village” Development in the Town of Archanes, Archanes Municipality, General Secretariat of Crete Region. Designated name “E-Archanes” CONTRACTING AUTHORITY General Secretariat of Crete Region “END USER” AUTHORITY (former) Municipality of Archanes FUNDING Operational Program «Information Society»: 80% European Union and 20% National Funds BUDGET € 1.980.000 incl. VAT 19% CONTRACT € 1.683.000 incl. ΦΠΑ 19% CONTRACTORS SDC (75%) – COSMOS (20%) – SATWAYS (5%) TIMEFRAME Sep 2009 – Dec 2011This project is co-financed by the ERDF and madepossible by the INTERREG IVC programme 3
    • Project Identity – Cost Analysis Description Cost VAT Total Cost Hardware 554.763 105.405 660.169 Software 128.662 244.45 153.107 Services 730.860 138.864 869.724 1.414.285 268.714 1.683.000This project is co-financed by the ERDF and madepossible by the INTERREG IVC programme 4
    • Project Objectives• Direct access of citizens in the municipality and its services• Substantial upgrade of the quality of life• Familiarization with new technologies• Improvement of existing services• New value-added servicesThis project is co-financed by the ERDF and madepossible by the INTERREG IVC programme 5
    • Operational overview – Multichannel Approach • Web Portal Central Hub for access to all services: • Information for Visitors • E-services for Citizens • Back-Office / Administration Services • Voice Portal • Information • Requests Submission • SMS Portal • InformationThis project is co-financed by the ERDF and madepossible by the INTERREG IVC programme 6
    • Operational overview - Services Informations Citizen Services • News – Posts – Events • Requests • Digital Maps – GIS • Complaints • Web Casting • Applications • Billboards - Infokiosks • E-payments Social Networking Public Authorities Services • Email • Teleconferencing Rooms • Web Site Hosting • Health Services • E-communities • E-protocol / Workflow • Web-conference • Document Management • Forum – Chat • PollsThis project is co-financed by the ERDF and madepossible by the INTERREG IVC programme 7
    • Technical Overview - Infrastructures  Data & Administration Center  Networking  Wired Network: Optical  Wireless Network: Wi-Fi  End-User Equipment  Miscellaneous EquipmentThis project is co-financed by the ERDF and madepossible by the INTERREG IVC programme 8
    • Technical Overview – Data Center • 6 Servers – 1 Storage  GIS, WEB, E-Mail, Streaming, IVR, Database • 1 Router – 1 Firewall • 1 Switch • 1 Call Center • Powerfull Airconditioning • 1 UPS • 1 Power Generator • Building ImprovementsThis project is co-financed by the ERDF and madepossible by the INTERREG IVC programme 9
    • Technical Overview – Wired Network • 35Mbps Internet Connection • Available to citizens, businesses, visitors, tourists, public services • Main Node – Data Center • 3 Central Nodes • 1 per settlement • Connected through optical network w/ data center • 19 Public Buildings Interconnected • Optical networkThis project is co-financed by the ERDF and madepossible by the INTERREG IVC programme 10
    •  Town Hall High School 1st Elementary School 2nd Elementary School Nursery Station Health Center Technical Services Agricultural Cooperation Cinema Stadium Gym Citizen Service Center MuseumThis project is co-financed by the ERDF and madepossible by the INTERREG IVC programme 11
    • Technical Overview – Wireless Network• 17 Wi-Fi Stations • Installation on Public Buildings • Wireless Network access available for citizens, businesses and visitors• 5 Indoor Access Points• 400 End Users • Wireless network receivers for home or business use • Installation includedThis project is co-financed by the ERDF and madepossible by the INTERREG IVC programme 12
    • Technical Overview – Wireless Backbone 35 External Wireless Routers 22 Directional Antennas 24 Sector Antennas at 5 GHz 24 Sector Antennas at 2,4 GHzThis project is co-financed by the ERDF and madepossible by the INTERREG IVC programme 13
    • Technical Overview – Wireless End Users 400 end users (fixed spot) Both home and business users Connectivity through wireless backbone Installation Services included Provision for another 100 end users (equipment only)This project is co-financed by the ERDF and madepossible by the INTERREG IVC programme 14
    • Technical Overview - Miscellaneous Equipment  4 Infokiosks • Usefull Information for Visitors and Tourists  2 Billboards • Pictures, messaging, videos  5 teleconference units in government buildings  4 fixed and 1 mobile webcasting units  4 Meteorological stations  200 web conference sets for end usersThis project is co-financed by the ERDF and madepossible by the INTERREG IVC programme 15
    • Conclusion - Interesting Figures & Facts Dug 6.500 meters for the network backbone and fiber access Used 12.000 meters of Fiber Optic Created a cutting-edge data center from scratch Achieved 5.500 acres of wireless network coverageThis project is co-financed by the ERDF and madepossible by the INTERREG IVC programme 16
    • Conclusion - Benefitted Groups • Residents • Local Business • Students • Visitors / Tourists • Public Services • Broadband Content ProvidersThis project is co-financed by the ERDF and madepossible by the INTERREG IVC programme 17
    • Conclusion – Wrap up • New technologies are not just for the large urban centers • The relationship between Citizen & State can (and must) be promoted through the provision of high quality services • Local government can and should adopt State of the Art Technologies • Greek companies have the expertise and ability to execute complex IT projectsThis project is co-financed by the ERDF and madepossible by the INTERREG IVC programme 18
    • End of Presentation Q&AThis project is co-financed by the ERDF and made possible by theINTERREG IVC programmeThe contents reflect the authors views. The Managing Authority is not liable for any use that may be made of the information contained therein