Building Infrastructure Globally<br />14thMarch 2010<br />New Delhi<br />
Executive Summary<br />
Executive Summary<br /><ul><li>We are an Indian PROJECT DEVELOPMENT Company involved in all aspects of project
Offices in New Delhi and Mumbai with Project offices in Ethiopia and Mozambique
Identifying Opportunity, Project Development and Marketing are the OIA’s basic skills
We CONCEPTUALISE, Design and Engineer projects
Conduct techno-economic feasibility  and  organize financial closure
Implement projects on turnkey basis through our consortium partners, who are of global repute and have proven track record
ISO 9001:2008 Company
SAP’s Best Business Practices for Project Management and entire Organization</li></li></ul><li>OIA Project Development Cap...
OIA Project Development Capabilities<br />SIGNED AND UNDER FINANCIAL CLOSURE<br />
IT & IT Enabled Services<br />
OIA IT Enabled Services Portfolio <br /><ul><li>E-Government Infrastructure </li></ul>      and e-Services<br /><ul><li>Na...
E-GOVERNMENT INFRASTRUCTURE AND E-SERVICES<br />
Setting Up e-Governance Infrastructure and e-Services <br />
Setting Up e-Governance Infrastructure and e-Services <br />
Setting Up e-Governance Infrastructure and e-Services <br />
Setting Up e-Governance Infrastructure and e-Services <br />Development of National Portal<br />The Portal Solution, which...
SETTING UP NATIONAL E-GOVERNMENT TRAINING AND RESEARCH CENTERCreate e-Government Champions amongst Govt Employees<br />
National e-Government Training and Research Center  <br />OIA offers to build a National e-Government Training and Resourc...
provision of a platform for analyzing and systemizing international and domestic experience in e-Governance into forms of ...
Provision of training services, organising research, facilitating networking and enabling exchange of experience in broad ...
Setting up conferences, research seminars and brainstorming sessions in order to develop IT policy or its particular aspec...
Carrying out IT training for civil servants and school informatics teachers
Training of government technical staff in system and network administration
Training of National e-Government Training and Resource Centre staff
Preparation of Syllabus for training of government employees and teachers
Training in ICT and e-Government </li></li></ul><li>TELE-MEDICINE FOR PRIMARY RURAL HEALTH DELIVERY<br />
Telemedicine for Rural Health Delivery  <br />OIA offers ReMeDi, a path-breaking telemedicine device which the World Econo...
PAN-AFRICA  Project ( Tertiary Health Care)  <br />
Telemedicine for Rural Health Delivery  <br />Equipment<br /><ul><li>Stethoscope
Temperature
Blood Pressure
ECG
SPO2</li></ul>System Features<br /><ul><li>Real-time Video + audio + data transmission at 32 Kbps
Equipment taking rural conditions into account
Breaking the cost barrier while maintaining the quality
Connectivity over various kinds of networks: DSL, Cable, PSTN, VSAT, GPRS, Wi-Max</li></ul>The Solution<br /><ul><li>Medic...
Telemedicine Software
Electronic Medical Records
Client Server Architecture</li></ul>Healthcare can now reach every village with Tele-medicine using ReMeDi™<br />
Comprehensive e-Health Network  <br />Software<br /><ul><li>Client-server architecture
Complete PMR including Medical History, Prescriptions and Lab Investigations
Real-time and store-and-forward modes
Image Capture and transmission
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1) e-Government Infrastructure and Applications Building Services

2) Telemedicine

3) Automatic Weather Monitoring Solution

4) e-Government Capacity Building Services

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  • Excellency, we will do capacity building and create e-Government Champions amongst your own employees. Now the Minister is happy. He says, Yes we need this
  • This will reduce the chances of failures in e-Government projects
  • Prevention is better than Cure
  • Oia ICT Presentation

    1. 1. Building Infrastructure Globally<br />14thMarch 2010<br />New Delhi<br />
    2. 2. Executive Summary<br />
    3. 3. Executive Summary<br /><ul><li>We are an Indian PROJECT DEVELOPMENT Company involved in all aspects of project
    4. 4. Offices in New Delhi and Mumbai with Project offices in Ethiopia and Mozambique
    5. 5. Identifying Opportunity, Project Development and Marketing are the OIA’s basic skills
    6. 6. We CONCEPTUALISE, Design and Engineer projects
    7. 7. Conduct techno-economic feasibility and organize financial closure
    8. 8. Implement projects on turnkey basis through our consortium partners, who are of global repute and have proven track record
    9. 9. ISO 9001:2008 Company
    10. 10. SAP’s Best Business Practices for Project Management and entire Organization</li></li></ul><li>OIA Project Development Capabilities<br />UNDER EXECUTION<br />
    11. 11. OIA Project Development Capabilities<br />SIGNED AND UNDER FINANCIAL CLOSURE<br />
    12. 12. IT & IT Enabled Services<br />
    13. 13. OIA IT Enabled Services Portfolio <br /><ul><li>E-Government Infrastructure </li></ul> and e-Services<br /><ul><li>National e-Government </li></ul> Training and Research Center<br /><ul><li>Telemedicine for Primary </li></ul> Rural Health Delivery<br /><ul><li>Automatic Weather Monitoring</li></ul> Solution<br />
    14. 14. E-GOVERNMENT INFRASTRUCTURE AND E-SERVICES<br />
    15. 15. Setting Up e-Governance Infrastructure and e-Services <br />
    16. 16. Setting Up e-Governance Infrastructure and e-Services <br />
    17. 17. Setting Up e-Governance Infrastructure and e-Services <br />
    18. 18. Setting Up e-Governance Infrastructure and e-Services <br />Development of National Portal<br />The Portal Solution, which is envisaged as a ‘Gateway’ for all the Government to Business (G2B) and Government to Citizen (G2C) services in the country will effectively act as an Online Government Services Repository (GSR)<br />The Citizen Service Centres<br />The CSC’s take care of a major issue in service delivery i.e. access to services where the people with the means and connectivity can access the services online while others cannot. <br /><ul><li>The CSC allows equitable access to services and provides upliftment through delivery of e-Health, e-Medicine, e-Educational and other services.</li></li></ul><li>Setting Up e-Governance Infrastructure and e-Services <br />Investment for Setting up e-Governance Infrastructure and e-Services runs in Multi Billion Dollars<br />
    19. 19. SETTING UP NATIONAL E-GOVERNMENT TRAINING AND RESEARCH CENTERCreate e-Government Champions amongst Govt Employees<br />
    20. 20. National e-Government Training and Research Center <br />OIA offers to build a National e-Government Training and Resource Centre to provide capacity building services which is a vital component for the success of e-Governance Initiative for any Nation. <br />Main directions of the Centre activity will be <br /><ul><li>creation and transfer of knowledge on e-governance
    21. 21. provision of a platform for analyzing and systemizing international and domestic experience in e-Governance into forms of knowledge societies which can be transferred to the Govt Employees and Citizens
    22. 22. Provision of training services, organising research, facilitating networking and enabling exchange of experience in broad areas of e-governance.
    23. 23. Setting up conferences, research seminars and brainstorming sessions in order to develop IT policy or its particular aspects</li></li></ul><li>National e-Government Training and Research Center <br />National e-Government Training and Resource Centre will offer a regular policy course with the purpose to show the importance of having in place the right national policies and strategies in the field of information society in order to achieve meaningful impacts in real life and to fully realize a leapfrogging potential of ICT in the country’s overall development and competitiveness, regionally and globally.<br />The project proposes implementation of following key objectives : <br /><ul><li>Training of designated civilian and government authorities in e-Government;
    24. 24. Carrying out IT training for civil servants and school informatics teachers
    25. 25. Training of government technical staff in system and network administration
    26. 26. Training of National e-Government Training and Resource Centre staff
    27. 27. Preparation of Syllabus for training of government employees and teachers
    28. 28. Training in ICT and e-Government </li></li></ul><li>TELE-MEDICINE FOR PRIMARY RURAL HEALTH DELIVERY<br />
    29. 29. Telemedicine for Rural Health Delivery <br />OIA offers ReMeDi, a path-breaking telemedicine device which the World Economic Forum at Davos nominated as a “Technology Pioneer” in 2008.This product was developed with a specific aim to deliver healthcare in areas where there is a severe lack of skilled professionals.<br />This solution bridges the gap between the doctor in urban centres and the patient living in constrained and low resource rural parts, where poor bandwidth, disruptive electricity and scarce medical expertise are common.<br />
    30. 30. PAN-AFRICA Project ( Tertiary Health Care) <br />
    31. 31. Telemedicine for Rural Health Delivery <br />Equipment<br /><ul><li>Stethoscope
    32. 32. Temperature
    33. 33. Blood Pressure
    34. 34. ECG
    35. 35. SPO2</li></ul>System Features<br /><ul><li>Real-time Video + audio + data transmission at 32 Kbps
    36. 36. Equipment taking rural conditions into account
    37. 37. Breaking the cost barrier while maintaining the quality
    38. 38. Connectivity over various kinds of networks: DSL, Cable, PSTN, VSAT, GPRS, Wi-Max</li></ul>The Solution<br /><ul><li>Medical Equipment
    39. 39. Telemedicine Software
    40. 40. Electronic Medical Records
    41. 41. Client Server Architecture</li></ul>Healthcare can now reach every village with Tele-medicine using ReMeDi™<br />
    42. 42. Comprehensive e-Health Network <br />Software<br /><ul><li>Client-server architecture
    43. 43. Complete PMR including Medical History, Prescriptions and Lab Investigations
    44. 44. Real-time and store-and-forward modes
    45. 45. Image Capture and transmission
    46. 46. Billing and Digital Signature</li></ul>System Features<br /><ul><li>Connects Hospitals, Labs, Clinics, Village Centers, Pharmacy, Doctors
    47. 47. Multiple simultaneous consultations
    48. 48. Maintenance, Access and Security of Patient Medical Records, authentication
    49. 49. Network upgrades of the software
    50. 50. Customized billing models for diagnostics and consultations
    51. 51. Customer Feedback mechanisms
    52. 52. Allows quality control through offline audits
    53. 53. Administrator role allows message broadcasting, backups, block/enable client access
    54. 54. Management Reports, enabling evaluation and corrections</li></li></ul><li>Telemedicine for Rural Health Delivery <br />BENEFITS:<br />Direct impact on preventive and curative healthcare<br /><ul><li>Cardio-vascular diseases
    55. 55. Hypertension, anaemia
    56. 56. Diabetes (Type-II)
    57. 57. Skin Diseases (many)
    58. 58. Respiratory diseases
    59. 59. Eye Care (many)
    60. 60. Common ailments
    61. 61. Follow-ups and referrals</li></ul>Tremendous value-add in areas like<br /><ul><li>Reproductive and child health
    62. 62. Health awareness, social health (through videoconferencing, multimedia)
    63. 63. Health records, immunization
    64. 64. Health insurance
    65. 65. Medicine inventory planning and tracking, reaching genuine medicines</li></ul>Complete region-wise demographic profile<br />Empowering the policymakers in planning, monitoring and timely intervention<br />
    66. 66. Implementation in India <br />Western UP with World Health Partners’ (WHP)<br /><ul><li>To establish a multi-level Delivery System in the Private Sector to Scale up Family Planning and Health Care
    67. 67. Spanning 17 districts of West UP, covering 15,000 villages and a population of 45 Mn
    68. 68. A Network of
    69. 69. 15,000 Rural Health Providers
    70. 70. 1,500 Telemedicine Provision Centers
    71. 71. 50 Franchised Medical Clinics
    72. 72. 5,000 Shops and
    73. 73. A Central Medical Facility
    74. 74. Largest Rural Health and Healthcare delivery initiative through telemedicine in the world
    75. 75. ReMeDi™ enables the whole network</li></li></ul><li>AUTOMATIC WEATHER MONITORING SOLUTION<br />
    76. 76. Automatic Weather Monitoring Solution <br />Weather plays an important role in the economic well being of majority of global population. <br />Eighty percent of agriculture crop yield is directly dependent on weather.<br />Timely weather forecast and availability of weather data at micro level would benefit not only farmers but also insurance companies, micro finance organizations, other rural financial organizations, agro-based institutions, power generation industries and various government bodies alike.<br />High dependence on Weather<br /><ul><li>40% of sown area, 60% dependent on rains
    77. 77. Most irrigation from non-perennial sources
    78. 78. Dwindling ground water resources</li></li></ul><li>Automatic Weather Monitoring Solution <br /><ul><li>Majority of agricultural losses can be attributed to vagaries of weather
    79. 79. Financial resources not accessible to the farmers due to prior debts
    80. 80. Non-coordinated farm activities result in poor yield
    81. 81. Risk and Vulnerability trap people in poverty and hamper rural development</li></ul>* (Storms, Pests, Earthquakes)<br />Agricultural losses due to weather conditions is the most prominent reason for rural debts and pushing farmers below the poverty line<br />
    82. 82. How to Solve the Problem <br />An integrated approach to farming can greatly impact this situation<br /><ul><li>Crop insurance based on weather
    83. 83. Reduce basis risk by increased density of weather stations
    84. 84. Increased investment in seeds and fertilizers due to reduced risk for better yield
    85. 85. Good quality micro weather prediction
    86. 86. Soil quality testing & providing expert consultation</li></ul>Crop insurance and micro weather prediction is possible only if accurate weather data is available at high granularity<br />
    87. 87. Weather Data at High Granularity <br />Manual Weather Stations<br />Reliability of the data is in question due to manual collection<br />Delays in the data reaching decision points<br />High operational expenses<br />Deployment density low, so local analysis most often not accurate<br />Automatic Weather Stations<br />Prohibitively expensive<br />Mostly Standalone monitors, and not monitoring systems<br />In collaboration with IIT, Madras, and Department of Science & Technology, Automatic Weather Monitoring System was developed to specifically address these issues<br />
    88. 88. Automatic Weather Monitoring Solution <br />Breaking price barrier – costs a fraction of conventional systems<br />Measures all important parameters<br />Rainfall, Pressure, Temperature, Humidity, Wind Speed and Direction<br />Accurate readings (validated at IMD)<br />Available in wired (Internet based) or wireless (GSM based) interfaces<br />With battery backup and solar panel<br />Centrally Configurable reading intervals<br />Large storage for measurements at the station – 60,000 readings<br />Complete Client and Server software<br />Logging of readings from distributed locations<br />Micro-grid deployment of automatic weather stations now becomes possible<br />
    89. 89. Parameters with Range and Accuracy <br />Indradhanu now operational at 50 locations in Theni and Mayiladuthurai districts of Tamil Nadu<br />
    90. 90. Scenario 1 <br />(Deployment at Internet Kiosks)<br />Scenario 2 <br />(GSM Based Deployment)<br />Computer at the kiosk <br /><ul><li>Windows OS
    91. 91. Serial Com Port and
    92. 92. Internet Connection
    93. 93. Indradhanu Station</li></ul>Indradhanu station in GSM coverage area<br />Central Server with GSM modem<br />Central Server with internet connection<br />Deployments <br />Micro-grid deployment of automatic weather stations now becomes possible<br />
    94. 94. Automatic Weather Monitoring System <br />GSM-SMS based technology<br />Scalable Architecture – can support large deployments<br />Readings and data/status communication at configurable intervals, Stations configurable from central server<br />Data Recovery<br /> Remote through server & at location through web client<br />Auto-monitoring and reports – various formats supported<br />Periodic Data backups at the server<br />Large local storage at the station<br />
    95. 95. Automatic Weather Monitoring System <br />
    96. 96. Automatic Weather Monitoring System <br />
    97. 97. Automatic Weather Monitoring System <br />
    98. 98. Automatic Weather Monitoring System <br />
    99. 99. Automatic Weather Monitoring System <br />
    100. 100. Automatic Weather Monitoring System <br />
    101. 101. Automatic Weather Monitoring System <br />300 stations throughout the state<br />Ground installation<br />Continuous real-time Data at state capital<br />
    102. 102. African Union Summit 2010 <br /><ul><li>Venue: Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
    103. 103. Theme – “ICT in Africa: Challenges and Prospects for Development”
    104. 104. Selection Process: Invited applications for showcasing ICT Products and Services in the Exhibition
    105. 105. Our Product Telemedicine was selected and we received an invitation to participate as Exhibitors in AU Summit-2010
    106. 106. Summit was attended by heads of state and government from more than 50 AU member states
    107. 107. Opportunity to showcase Telemedicine to ICT Ministers and ICT advisors of more than 50 African Nations.</li></li></ul><li> Media Coverage at African Union Summit 2010 <br />Ethiopian Television coverage on OIA Telemedicine<br />
    108. 108. President of Senegal’s Visit to our Booth <br />
    109. 109. President of Senegal’s Visit to our Booth <br />OIA, India<br />
    110. 110. ACCOLADES<br />OIA RECENTLY RECEIVED A PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE FROM PROJECT OWNERS AND THE IMPLEMENTING COMPANY, EEPCO FOR SUCCESSFULLY COMPLETING THE DESIGN, MANUFACTURING, TESTING & SUPPLY OF THE PROJECT EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL FOR THE HAGEREMARIAM – MEGA – BOKULBUMA POWER TRANSMISSION, SUB-STATION & DISTRIBUTION PROJECT<br />OIA ALSO TAKES PRIDE IN BEING CALLED AS GOOD CONTRACTOR AND COLLABORATOR BY THE PROJECT IMPLEMENTING COMPANY, ELECTRICIDADE DE MOCAMBIQUE FOR OUR GOOD PERFORMANCE IN COMMISIONING THE 1ST PHASE OF THE RURAL ELECTRIFICATION LINE IN THE GAZA PROVINCE, MOZAMBIQUE.<br />IN THE PICTURE: <br />H. E. Mr. Armando Emilio Guebuza, Hon. President of Mozambique, <br />Mr. Manuel Cuambe, President, Electricidade de Mozambique & <br />Mr V. B. Soni, Chairman, OIA<br />
    111. 111. CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY<br />OIA’s Commitment towards fulfilling Corporate Social Responsibilities<br />Overseas Infrastructure Alliance (India) Pvt. Ltd. held a Foundation Stone Laying Ceremony of the OIA India Eye Care Centre on 4th August 2009 at the Zewditu Memorial Hospital Campus in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.<br />The Foundation Stone of the OIA India Eye Care Centre was laid by H. E. Mr. Girma Wolde-Giorgis, Hon. President of the Federal Republic of Ethiopia and present on the occasion were H. E. Mr. Gurjit Singh, Ambassador of India to Ethiopia, Mayor of Addis Ababa City Administration and Ministers from the Health Ministry.<br />
    112. 112. Thank you and Over to You<br />

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