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Smart City Building Blocks (Joshua K Rombot - ICTWatch)

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Materi Seminar Festival TIK 2015, Bandung

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Smart City Building Blocks (Joshua K Rombot - ICTWatch)

  1. 1. Building Blocks for Smart Societies Executing “smart project” implementations from a holistic perspective Festival TIK 2015 – Bandung ICT Watch 28 Mei 2015
  2. 2. 2 Agenda Icebreaker (15 minutes) Background and Current State (5 minutes) Framing Components of Smart Societies (10 minutes) Case Studies (60 minutes) • Review and Discussion • Question and Answer
  3. 3. 3 Icebreaker Group Discussion (5 minutes) • Nama • Entity name (Community/Organization/Ministry) • Asal daerah • Favorite mobile app Setelah semua orang di setiap telah memperkenalkan satu sama lain, siap untuk memperkenalkan meja Anda untuk kelas. (10 minutes)
  4. 4. 4 Background and Current State • Community branding of “smart societies” • Technology-enabled citizen services • Advances in mobile technology • What is your definition of a “smart society”?
  5. 5. 5 People Process Technology  Answers the question: What new skills or knowledge will I need to perform everyday tasks?  Answers the question: What functions and tasks enable my business/mission?  Answers the question: What new tools will be used and which legacy technologies will go away?  Understand which organizational groups or functions may be experiencing the greatest change and plan accordingly  Articulate exactly why certain changes need to occur in specific areas and who must make the change  Understand what changes will drive processes within the organization/public and how to plan for that change  Identifies the changes that require significant training and understand changes that will occur in the behavior or culture across stakeholders  Understands changes in data and technology sources, inputs, or outputs  Identifies manual tasks that will be automated or technology supported task Successful smart societies consist of practical components beyond the technology itself
  6. 6. 6 Smart societies understand interdependencies among people, process, and technology areas of the mission or business at hand. The following questions help develop common awareness among stakeholders: Use the framework to ask questions that build cohesion • People  What are the interactions with other parties (e.g., input or consultation within/across functions/roles)?  Will this require new or modified skills to execute (e.g., analytics)?  Has the metric or key performance indicator changed? • Process  What is the business, mission, or public service in need?  What steps are needed to accomplish the need?  What is the timeline or duration needed?  What are the outputs? • Technology  Will it be performed in a new/modified application or system? What goes away?  Will it require:  Using a new or modified data or analytics source, tool, report?  Changes to security and/or access (e.g., rethink necessary access per role)?
  7. 7. 7 Menerapkan “smart solutions" memerlukan perencanaan holistik dari awal
  8. 8. Case Studies
  9. 9. 9 Case Study 1: Project USO USO (Universal Service Obligation) atau lebih dikenal sebagai Kewajiban Pelayanan Universal adalah bentuk kewajiban pemerintah untuk menjamin ketersediaan pelayanan publik bagi setiap warga negara, khususnya pelayanan telekomunikasi dan informatika. Kewajiban tersebut berupa penyelenggaraan pelayanan komunikasi dan informartika untuk umum.  Desa Dering  Desa Pinter  Pusat Layanan Internet Kecamatan (PLIK)  Mobile-Pusat Layanan Internet Kecamatan (M-PLIK)  Nusantara Internet Exchange  PLIK Sentra Produktif  Jalin KPU/USO (Layanan Internet WIFI Kabupaten)  Telinfo Tuntas (Telekomunikasi di Perbatasan)
  10. 10. 10 Case Study 2: CPNS Sistem Online Computer Assissted Test (CAT) merupakan metode seleksi dengan menggunakan alat bantu komputer yang dapat digunakan untuk tes rekrutmen CPNS dan Tes Kompetensi Kepegawaian (TKK). • Infrastruktur yang tidak merata di setiap daerah • Tidak terintegarasi data sehingga bisa terjadi kecurangan juga. • Pelaksanaan yang tidak terintegrasi tersebut menyebabkan satu orang bisa diterima di dua lembaga Sistem CAT Tantangan
  11. 11. 11 Case Study 2: CPNS Sistem Online (cont’d)
  12. 12. 12 Review and Discussion People Process Technology
  13. 13. 13 Mataharitimoer – mt@ictwatch.id Almacatie – almascatie@ictwatch.id Joshua Rombot – joshua@ictwatch.id Terima kasih untuk menghadiri workshop

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