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Message from DICT Secretary Eliseo Rio Jr
DICT will soon sign a MOU with
ProjectBASS.org
It will help DICT come up with
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Bass launch Presentation Slides

  1. 1. Message from DICT Secretary Eliseo Rio Jr DICT will soon sign a MOU with ProjectBASS.org It will help DICT come up with policies and programs to improve the internet speed of ISPs and Telcos. We need a reliable measuring tool to base our decisions. “I wish ProjectBASS.org all the best of luck and success.”
  2. 2. Message from ISOC
  3. 3. With every one unit increase of ICT access, one sees a 3.7 % improvement in one’s poverty status from 2007 to 2008 and 2010 in the four Eastern African countries Tanzania: One town with the ICT provisions saw poverty level drop to 16.1 % (from 55%), while the other similar town without ICT provisions saw poverty level drop to 38.9 % ICT Usage reduces Poverty Peru: A large cohort who became internet users were compared to non-users of the same period. The household income of internet users were 19% higher than those who remained non-users.
  4. 4. “You get the performance that you measure”
  5. 5. Methodology
  6. 6. CROWD-SOURCED MEASUREMENT DATA OWNERSHIP Core group stewardship Data made publicly available MANAGEMENT OVERHEAD No control over place, time and frequency of tests Recruitment Difficulties PERSONAL DATA PRIVACY CONCERNS IMEI truncation and GPS precision VOLUNTEERS MIGHT BE BETTER THAN EXPERTS Diversity and breadth of ideas and knowledge Tests with different parameters: Distance from Tower, Handset, Operator, Browsers, Mobile OS Larger Groups are likely to uncover issues/bugs Larger Groups map larger areas faster Significant Cost Savings
  7. 7. Magic Quadrant Analysis Crowd SourcedIn house ProprietaryFREE Ookla OpenSignal MLabs Telcos, ISPs Government Agencies ProjectBASS
  8. 8. Measurable Impact – Mobile Internet
  9. 9. Validating Telco Infrastructures
  10. 10. Raw Data for Machine Learning by Data Scientists
  11. 11. Data Viz: Bandwidth Champions per Province over time
  12. 12. Bandwidth Maps per Telco
  13. 13. Analyzing Handset Performance
  14. 14. Gauging Market Sentiments
  15. 15. Beta Testing Public API for Daily Stats Widget
  16. 16. Message from Paul S Orozco To the volunteers, Salamat!, you guys are the heart of this initiative. We all deserve better internet and this collective help from you guys will have huge impact in the long run. To telco operators and decision makers, we so believe Project BASS can really help. It felt really good doing something for our country with you all Thanks too to Manila Bulletin and to the big boys who supported and backed up this project
  17. 17. BASS CORE TEAM (Virtual Collaborators)
  18. 18. #BASSParaSaBayan Are Shareholder Value and Subscriber Satisfaction mutually exclusive? We don’t think so. Help prove us right. Projectbass.org

Editor's Notes

  • Congratulatory message for BASS:

    DICT Sec Eliseo Rio Jr announced that DICT will soon sign a Memorandum of understanding to provide DICT with internet bandwidth monitoring system for a period of one year. According to Secretary Rio Jr,

    "It will help DICT come up with policies and programs to improve the internet speed of ISPs and TElcos. As you know the president has mandated us to make our internet speed faster and cheaper. And we need a reliable measuring tool to base our decision. I wish project bass.org all the best of luck and success in this very laudable endeavor."
  • https://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-981-287-381-1_5#CR40
    https://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-981-287-381-1_5#CR44

    ICT in education, healthcare, govt services, financial inclusion, sharing of opportunities, job matching
  • Ala gartner
  • Nationwide average bandwidths by Carrier.
    Globe is blue
    Smart is red
    Sun is yellow.

    The upper chart shows the bandwidth, while the lower chart shows the number of measures BASS received from volunteers.
    Mention the Yugatech effect
  • For end consumers, the BASS data can be turned into a Choropleth map. These two side by side maps show bandwidth ‘winners’ per province based on most recent 30 days worth of data. The data is filtered 5-95%th percentile mean.

  • For the Telcos themselves, BASS can show each carrier their strong and weak areas of bandwidth.
    Blue is for Globe, Red is for Smart, and Green is for Sun.
  • Again for consumers, BASS also provides advanced analytics that looks at how much bandwidth each handset model can squeeze out given a certain signal strength.
    Of note is the Huawei Mate 9 (MHA-AL00), apparently it is able to optimize bandwidth due to the fact that 100% of Globe towers and 50% of Smart towers are running on Huawei equipment.

    https://public.tableau.com/profile/wilson.chua#!/vizhome/BassReport-MB-HandsetAnalysis/Dashboard6?publish=yes
    6am to 12 midnight
    Last 90 days’ data
  • This is a graph from Uber Mobility tracking
    BASS also received speed and bearing info aside from GPS coordinates. We can use this in the future to produce traffic and mobility analysis.
  • Hello. I would never have expected that Project BASS will reach this wonderful milestone. Seems like it was just yesterday when Sir Wilson initiated the “volunteerism” online on facebook group. I can still remember the initial app we deployed which was so buggy, and now amazingly awesome because of good people who volunteered their time/effort.

    To tje volunteers, Salamat!, you guys are the heart of this innitiative/cause. Continue reporting bandwidth speed, dont lose streak. We all deserve better internet and these collective help from you guys will have huge impact in the long run. To telco operators and decision makers, we so believe Project BASS can really help you. as what Wes Dyer said : “Make it correct, make it clear, make it concise, make it fast. In that order.". It feels good to give back to our beloved Pilipinas even in small ways. I may not be there in this very special milestone of Peoject Bass - but my heart is celebrating with you all, the wonderful people behind bass - Sir Wilson, Sir Art, Fleire, Olay, Tzar, Andrew, A-ar and Melby. It felt really good doing something for our country with you all. Without you guys, there wont be a Project Bass. Maraming salamat sa opportunity:) thanks too to Manila Bulletin and to the big boys who supported and backed up this project.
  • Fusion of technology + community + govt and media

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