GIS Telecom Ecosystem

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Presentation made on Esri European User Conference by Joan Carles Guasch i Casanova, Benet Rodríguez i Marí and Xavier Puig i Farré from Centre de Telecomunicacions i Tecnologíes de la Informació of Catalonia.

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GIS Telecom Ecosystem

  1. 1. GIS telecom ecosystem Joan Carles Guasch i Casanova /Benet Rodríguez i Marí / Xavier Puig i Farré
  2. 2. Index Who we are. Why do we need the GIS? Our GIS ecosystem 2
  3. 3. Who we are?• The CTTI (Telecommunications and Information Technologies Center) is a public company that belongs to the Government of Catalonia• Its goal is to ensure the direction, planning, managing and control of the information systems and the telecommunication services of the Government of Catalonia.• At the same time participates in different projects that the Government entrusts to develop and incentivise the growth of the Information Society in Catalonia 3
  4. 4. Why do we need GIS? Telecommunications and associated services are critical for the development of a country: the more infraestructures & telecom services exist, the more the country can develop (among other kind of infraestructures) And that is specially critical in rural areas, where normally telcom operators don’t deploy their infraestructures because it’s not profitable The Government of Catalonia has made an attemp to avoid the so called “Digital dividend”. It has developed the Catalunya Connecta plan 4
  5. 5. Why do we need GIS? The “Catalunya Connecta” plan is giving DTT coverage, mobile telephony & wideband to all municipalities of more than 50 inhabitants & mobile telephony & wideband to all theCatalunya industrial areas of CataloniaConnecta Mobile telephony Wideband access DTT To do so we have to be able to: Have coverage information of all services (DTT, FM, ADSL, fiber optics, mobile telephony (all telecom operators both 2G & 3G, ...) Infrastructures asset (existing or new) Plan new services over new or existing infrastructures
  6. 6. How do we feed GIS? + Digital Terrain Model + Digital Elevation Model6
  7. 7. How do we feed GIS?7 x 35.000 TIMES!!!!
  8. 8. Figures? 8.283 towers 26.200 Mobile Telephony coverages 6.591 broadcasting coverages 6.766 FO manholes 900 Km of fiber optics56.000 photographies 35.000 individual coverages 8
  9. 9. What have we done? The Catalunya Connecta plan is almost fnished, with a new horizon focused on Next Generation Networks (>100 Mbps) We have built an ecosystem of different Information Systems. This has led us to: Intranet: Share all this information with the different Ministries of the Government, allowing them to have access to very detailed data – GIS portal “MITEL” – Infrastructures portal “ITC” – Common database, based on Oracle – iPad/iPhone app (not yet Android, but waiting for ESRI to publish Android app) Internet: Share this information via the internet: – Web portal to check coverage availability – Open data – Augmented reality 9
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  11. 11. Parts of the Ecosystem Intranet portal “MITEL”, made in collaboration with Sitep 11
  12. 12. Parts of the ecosystem 12
  13. 13. Parts of the Ecosystem What if... 13
  14. 14. Parts of the Ecosystem Mitel for managing emergency situations 14
  15. 15. Diferent layers generated on the fly
  16. 16. Remaining 112 coverage (one operator blackout) We can see that 112 has only one operator giving service on that area With the current blackout, users on that area won’t be able to make a 112 call Operator old coverage
  17. 17. Detail of the old coverage
  18. 18. What if all infraestructures were down in that town
  19. 19. Before After Coverage leackage, but still being able to do a 112 in some areas Activationg and deactivating antena coverages will give us idea of the most important infrastructures to restore
  20. 20. Parts of the ecosystem Information database “ITC”, made in collaboration with Altran 22
  21. 21. Parts of the ecosystem Integration between MITEL & ITC Information database (ITC) Corporate GIS (Mitel)
  22. 22. Parts of the ecosystem Fiber optics information
  23. 23. Parts of the ecosystem Fiber optics management, made in collaboration with Sitep
  24. 24. Parts of the ecosystem ESRI App for iPad & iPhone, made in collaboration with ESRI Waiting for the Android one to get public
  25. 25. Parts of the ecosystem Information for the citizen: coverage seeker. www.catalunyaconnecta.cat
  26. 26. Parts of the ecosystem Information for the citizen: individual detailed PDF coverage maps for each municipatlity (947x3) for each technology. It gives also information of the best station giving the service www.catalunyaconnecta.cat
  27. 27. Parts of the ecosystem Information for the citizen: augmented reality (SITCRA). Made with Aurensis www.catalunyaconnecta.cat On app markets, search for “sitcra”
  28. 28. Parts of the ecosystem Open data http://dadesobertes.gencat.cat/ca/dades-obertes/dataset_000199.html
  29. 29. Thanks!xpuig@gencat.cat

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