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H.E. Mr Rudiantara's Keynote Speech at the High Level Seminar Project 2045

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H.E. Mr Rudiantara, the Minister of Communication and Information of the Republic of Indonesia, delivered his keynote speech during the High Level Seminar Project 2045: The Path to Peaceful and Prosperous Indonesia and Japan 2045 held in Jakarta on 9 December 2018.

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H.E. Mr Rudiantara's Keynote Speech at the High Level Seminar Project 2045

  1. 1. HIGH LEVEL SEMINAR PROJECT 2045 Enhancing the Use of Digital Technologies to Achieve High Quality of Life Beyond SDGs 2030 Jakarta, 9 December 2018 Update: 7/12/2018 17.30 Keynote Speech by H.E. Mr Rudiantara, Minister of Communication and Information of the Republic of Indonesia High Level Seminar Project 2045: ‘The Path to Peaceful and Prosperous Indonesia and Japan 2045’
  2. 2. INDONESIA IN 2045 ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY 2018 Presentation Material of Minister of Communication and Information Technology, Government of Indonesia - Property of MCIT GOI Credit: Kementerian PPN/Bappenas 2018 INDONESIA STILL AIM TO ESCAPE THE MIDDLE INCOME TRAP AND TO BECOME FIFTH LARGEST ECONOMY
  3. 3. 2018 Presentation Material of Minister of Communication and Information Technology, Government of Indonesia - Property of MCIT GOI Credit: Kementerian PPN/Bappenas 2018 INDONESIA IN 2045 DEMOGRAPHY AND WORKFORCES INDONESIA IS CURRENTLY IN IMPORTANT PERIOD TO PREPARATION FOR DEMOGRAPHIC DIVIDEND Lowest dependency ratio
  4. 4. INDONESIA IN 2045 DEVELOPMENT PILLARS OF INDONESIA 2045 2018 Presentation Material of Minister of Communication and Information Technology, Government of Indonesia - Property of MCIT GOI Credit: Kementerian PPN/Bappenas 2018 Information Economy Report 2017, UNCTAD INDONESIA 2045 VISION : SOVEREIGN, PROGRESSIVE, JUST AND PROSPEROUS
  5. 5. INDONESIA IN 2045 DIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES WILL BE FUNDAMENTAL 2018 Presentation Material of Minister of Communication and Information Technology, Government of Indonesia - Property of MCIT GOI Credit: Kementerian PPN/Bappenas 2018 Information Economy Report 2017, UNCTAD KEY TECHNOLOGIES UNDERPINNING THE DIGITAL ECONOMY (UNCTAD) ADVANCED ROBOTICS ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE INTERNET OF THINGS CLOUD COMPUTING BIG DATA ANALYTICS 3D PRINTING DIGITAL PAYMENT SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT PILLARS OF INDONESIA 2045 Driver and Accelerator
  6. 6. PREPARING THE DIGITAL ECOSYSTEM FOR INDONESIA 2045 2018 Presentation Material of Minister of Communication and Information Technology, Government of Indonesia - Property of MCIT GOI NETWORK DEVICES APPLICATIONS TALENTS CHALLENGES CURRENT POLICIES Connecting public service points :  93.900 Education institutions  47.900 Local government offices  3.900 Defense and security offices  3.700 Health care units  Keeping up with the latest technologies  Support readiness for Industrial Revolution 4.0  Maintain the affordability of devices  Promoting the growth of applications with solutions on real world problems  Adding the portfolio of Indonesian Unicorns  Enhancing digital literacy  Digitalization of workforces  Streaming supply of highly skilled digital talents  Palapa Ring  High Throughput Satellite  Trials on latest technology: 5G, IoT  Simplification of device certification  Facilitate presence of R&D offices in Indonesia  1000 Digital Startups  Next Indonesian Unicorns  Digital Talent Scholarships  COCLASS for government officials and leaders of private sectors
  7. 7. PALAPA RING W48 2018 WEST Length : 2.275 Km Contractor : PT Palapa Ring Barat District/City with No FO Before : 5 District/City with FO Interconnection : 7 100% CENTRAL Length : 2.995 Km Contractor : PT LEN Telekomunikasi Indonesia District/City with No FO Before : 17 District/City with FO Interconnection : 10 99,73% EAST Length : 6.878 Km Contractor : PT Palapa Timur Telematika District/City with No FO Before : 35 District/City with FO Interkonection : 16 84,68% Existing Operators’ Fiber Optic Planned Operators’ Fiber Optic 80G Fiber Optic Palapa Ring 1G Microwave Palapa Ring PALAPA RING
  8. 8. www.kominfo.go.id @kemkominfo PALAPA RING POPs WEST PACKAGE PROV: RIAU 1. District of Bengkalis 2. District of Meranti Islands 3. District of Siak 4. Dumai City PROV: RIAU ISLANDS 1. District of Natuna 2. District of Lingga 3. District of Anambas Islands 4. Kabupaten Kepulauan Karimun 5. Tanjung Bembam, Batam City 6. Tanjung Pinggir, Batam City PROV: JAMBI 1. West Tanjung Jabung PROV: WEST KALIMANTAN 1. Singkawang CENTRAL PACKAGE PROV: NORTH SULAWESI 1. District of Sangihe 2. District of Siau Tanggulandan Biaro 3. District of Talaud 4. Manado City PROV: CENTRAL SULAWESI 1. District of Morowali 2. District of North Morowali 3. District of Banggai Laut 4. District of Banggai Islands 5. Luwuk, District of Banggai 6. Tentena, District of Poso PROV: SOUTHEAST SULAWESI 1. District of Muna 2. District of West Muna 3. District of North Konawe 4. District of Konawe Islands 5. District of North Buton 6. District of Central Buton 7. Baubau City 8. Kendari City PROV: NORTH MALUKU 1. District of Morotai Islands 2. District of Pulau Taliabu 3. Tidore Islands City 4. Tobelo, District of North Halmahera 5. Sanana, District of Sula Islands 6. Ternate City 7. Sofifi CityPROV: EAST KALIMANTAN 1. District of Mahakam Ulu 2. District of West Kutai EAST PACKAGE PROV: PAPUA 1. District of Jayawijaya 2. District of Nabire 3. District of Yapen Islands 4. District of Puncak Jaya 5. District of Paniai 6. District of Keerom 7. District of Bintang Mountains 8. Sumohai, District of Yahukimo 9. District of Tolikara 10. District of Waropen 11. Tanah Merah, District of Boven Digoel 12. District of Mappi 13. District of Asmat 14. District of Supiori 15. District of Mamberamo Raya 16. District of Central Mamberamo 17. District of Yalimo 18. District of Lanny Jaya 19. District of Nduga 20. District of Puncak 21. District of Dogiyai 22. District of Intan Jaya 23. District of Deiyai 24. Biak, District of Biak Numfor 25. Numfor, District Biak Numfor 26. Waropko, District of Boven Digoel 27. Dekai, District of Yahukimo 28. District of Mimika 29. District of Sarmi 30. District of Merauke 31. Jayapura City PROV: WEST PAPUA 1. District of South Sorong 2. Bintuni, District of Gulf of Bintuni 3. District of Gulf of Wondama 4. District of Tambrauw 5. District of Maybrat 6. District of South Manokwari 7. District of Arfak Mountains 8. Tangguh, District of Gulf of Bintuni 9. Sorong City 10. Manokwari City PROV: EAST NUSA TENGGARA 1. District of Rote Ndao 2. District of Sabu Raijua 3. District of Alor 4. District of East Sumba 5. Kupang City PROV: MALUKU 1. District of West Southeast Maluku 2. District of Aru Islands 3. Tiakur, District of Southwest Maluku 4. Wetar, District of Southwest Maluku 5. District of Southeast Maluku Districts/Cities which did not have FO before Cities which already have interconnection with existing network 2018 Presentation Material of Minister of Communication and Information Technology, Government of Indonesia - Property of MCIT GOI
  9. 9. www.kominfo.go.id @kemkominfo BUILDING CONNECTIVITY NATIONWIDE 2018 Presentation Material of Minister of Communication and Information Technology, Government of Indonesia - Property of MCIT GOI
  10. 10. www.kominfo.go.id @kemkominfo DIGITAL ECONOMY POLICY HIGH THROUGHPUT SATELLITE 2018 Presentation Material of Minister of Communication and Information Technology, Government of Indonesia - Property of MCIT GOI
  11. 11. 28 GHz This Autonomous Electric Vehicle is one of the applications of Intelligent Transport System (ITS) which require very low latency (below 1 ms) to safely interact with infrastructure and other surround vehicles (Vehicle to Everything/V2X). We also installed 4K screen inside this Autonomous Electric Vehicle which was shown during Asian Games XVIII 2018 to experience streaming through 5G network on board. 5G AEV 11 5GAUTONOMOUS ELECTRICVEHICLE 5GEXPERIENCE CENTER SUTEN ROBOT VR 5G LIVE STREA- MING 5G TABLET 5G Trial During Asian Games XVIII – 2018 (Autonomous Electric Vehicle)
  12. 12. Supporting the Growth of our Digital Economy 2018 Presentation Material of Minister of Communication and Information Technology, Government of Indonesia - Property of MCIT GoI
  13. 13. www.kominfo.go.id @kemkominfo Thank you
  14. 14. TECHNOLOGY: THEN AND NOW Transportation Food Health Fund raising 2018 Presentation Material of Minister of Communication and Information Technology, Government of Indonesia - Property of MCIT GOI Commerce Learning Agriculture Finance
  15. 15. SEIZING THE OPPORTUNITY: THE SHIFT OF GOVERNMENT’S ROLE Less of a REGULATOR, more of a FACILITATOR, even more of an ACCELERATOR “ ” REGULATORFACILITATOR ACCELERATO R Relaxation and simplification of regulation Electronic System Providers only need registration Simplification of licensing for heavy regulated industries Telecommunication Broadcasting Postal Affirmative ICT Policy Early roll out of 4G Redesign of Telecom USO Projects Palapa Ring Last mile mobile and internet access High Throughput Satellite Digital Entrepreneurship: 1000 Digital Startup Digital Talents: 20.000 digital skilled scholarships Partnership with 20 biggest universities in Indonesia and Global Tech Companies Accelerating new unicorns: Next Indonesia Unicorn Accelerating other sectors UMKM Go Online Farmers and Fishermen go digital TECHNOLOGY TO ENHANCE PRODUCTIVITY POLICY TO GROW DIGITAL CULTURE, MINDSET, ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND INNOVATION +
  16. 16. www.kominfo.go.id @kemkominfo Next Indonesia Unicorn Collaborative support program to streamline Indonesia’s most investible startups in their series B fundraising stage to investors from foreign markets Collaborative program to support the growth and development of local startups 1,000 Digital Startup Movement Stage SEED Stage THE MISSING MIDDLE Stage UNICORNS 2018 Presentation Material of Minister of Communication and Information Technology, Government of Indonesia - Property of MCIT GOI 3 STAGES TOWARD FUTURE UNICORNS LOCAL STARTUPS PROGRAMME
  17. 17. NEXTICORN
  18. 18. www.kominfo.go.id @kemkominfo Faculty of Electrical Engineering Sepuluh Nopember Institute of Technology 19 Creating The Talent DIGITAL TALENT SCHOLARSHIPS 2018 (inaugural) Two-month Non-degree programs organized in collaboration with local Universities and international digital companies Themes:  Big Data Analysis  Artificial Intelligence  Cyber Security  Cloud Computing  Digital Entrepreneurship  Internet of Things  Robotics  Programming 2019 Themes:  Big Data Analysis  Artificial Intelligence  Cyber Security  Cloud Computing  Digital Business 20 Universities in 12 Cities 20.000 participants 46.886 registered applicants 21.188 completed examinations 1.000 successful applicants to participate Digital Business Program Faculty of Economics and Business Padjadjaran University School of Electrical Engineering and IT Bandung InsitituteTechnology Faculty of Computer Science University of Indonesia Smart City Consortium Gadjah Mada Univeristy In collaboration with: In collaboration with (confirmed):

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