Download
slide1 n.
Skip this Video
Loading SlideShow in 5 Seconds..
Smarter Philippines PowerPoint Presentation
Download Presentation
Smarter Philippines

Smarter Philippines

405 Vues Download Presentation
Télécharger la présentation

Smarter Philippines

- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - E N D - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Presentation Transcript

  1. Smarter Philippines
  2. Smarter Philippines: the DOST’s Technology- based Inclusive Growth Program DOST Secretary Mario Montejo Launches Smarter Philippines Program in Davao City, Feb. 20, 2013 Through science and technology, we aim to have every Filipino feel the fruits of the economic advances we enjoy today. We wish for no one to be left behind. This is what inclusive growth is all about, and this is the essence of “Smarter Philippines.”
  3. The Smarter Philippines Policy Framework Global Competitiveness Job Creation Poverty Alleviation Political Stability INCLUSIVE GROWTH Social Protection & Social Safety Nets To protect the citizenry, esp from natural disaster, and mitigate the risk of shocks to the livelihood of the poor Economic Growth To create productive jobs and economic opportunity Human Development & Social Inclusion To unlock the human potential and enable equal access to economic opportunity Contributing to high, sustained, inclusive growth Enhancing competitiveness Boosting productivity Helping build a more modern transport and ICT/ telecoms infrastructure to provide greater access to economic opportunity Reduce risks from natural disasters, esp. flooding & storm surge Mitigate impact of climate change Improved quality of healthcare and quality of life thru S,T&I More equal access to healthcare Strengthening manufacturing State-of-the-art facilities & capabilities for globally competitive industries PH a global leader in IT-BPM Highly skilled & globally competitive S&T human resources More equal access to educational opportunities through ICT National Innovation System Science, Technology & Innovation -key to Competitiveness Globally competitive cities More equal access to job & govt services in urban areas SMARTER ECONOMY S&T know-how and tools for agricultural productivity More equal access to jobs & govt services in rural areas Technology transfer to strengthen MSMEs GOOD GOVERNANCE AND INSTITUTIONS ICT-based transformation of Governance Inclusive Political and Economic Institutions
  4. S Smarter Economy Innovation & Competitiveness Transformative and Enabling Technologies Smarter Industries IT – BPM Empowerment World Class R&D
  5. World Class R&D capability and Technology Innovation for Inclusive Growth The Philippine Council for Industry, Energy and Emerging Technology Research and Development (PCIERRD) is at the forefront of developing and deploying transformative and enabling technologies through the High-Impact Technology Solutions (HITS) Program. HITS, coupled with world class R&D capability has set the stage for the growth of multiple industry sectors.
  6. Academe-Industry-Government Partnership for a World-class R&D Capability In preparation for the ASEAN Science Community in 2015, DOST Reg. X co-hosted world-class chemistry training for 60 participants last November 2013 with EUROLAB Denmark Secretary and Chairman Lorens Peter Sibbesen and Xavier University-Ateneo de Cagayan DOST-IBM Partnership for Research and Development The National Institute of Molecular Biology and Biotechnology at the University of the Philippines Diliman is being equipped with state of the art R&D laboratory facilities and equipment, setting the stage for new Biotechnology-based Industries University of the Philippines Diliman Chancellor Cesar Saloma, UP President Alfredo Pascual, DOST Sec. Mario Montejo and DOST Undersecretary for R&D Amelia Guevara signing partnership MOU on AGT System
  7. Smarter MSMEs: Small Enterprise Technology Upgrading Program (SETUP) Micro-, small-, and medium- scale enterprises: engines of inclusive growth “99.6% of registered enterprises” Employ 61.2% of labor force For every P50,000 assistance, 1 sustainable job is created Constraints: Weak technological & R&D capability Lack of access to technology Lack of access to finance Poor access to market information Low productivity DOST industry-level interventions: Industry S&T Road Maps Innovation Centers Technology Incubators Testing centers Technology resource centers Technology Upgrade Packaging Assistance Technology Consulting TECHNICAL CONSULTING Lab Testing Service Technology Training LAB TESTING SERVICES PACKAGING ASSISTANCE
  8. Technology Innovations: Application of new technologies to improve production efficiency and product quality Compliance to existing standards such as cGMP/HACCP Adoption of cost-effective/environmentally-safe technologies Continuous R&D on product and process resulting to product expansion/diversification Increased in Productivity Improved product quality and marketability Increased capability to serve wider market Access to bigger market (domestic and international market) Diversification of product lines and expansion FIRM How Do We Make our MSMEs Smarter?
  9. Montano Foods Corp. Product: Bottled Sardines Technology Innovations Application of new technologies to improve production efficiency and product quality (facilities, enclosed solar dryer) Compliance to existing standards such as cGMP/HACCP Continuous R&D on product and process resulting to product expansion/diversification Manpower development Generated 75 employment after intervention HACCP- and HALAL-certified Penetrated export market Multi-Million Enterprise with annual gross sales over P10M 10-20 cases a month (1975) Inspiring stories of Innovative MSMEs in support to the Food Processing Sector
  10. Inventors and Innovators: Sparkplugs of Competitiveness Creating Awareness of Invention and Innovation: www.science.ph DOST - TAPI Creating Awareness Sustaining Investments Showcasing Invention and Innovation: National Science & Technology Week Smarter Inventors & Innovators Sustaining Adoption Rewarding Invention & Innovation: Regional Invention Contest & Exhibit
  11. Filipinnovation, the National Innovation Strategy and National Innovation System: Springboard to Global Competitiveness ICON Innovation Congress hosted by DOST in partnership in partnership with the Association of Vehicle Importers and Distributors (AVID) last April 5-6, 2013 in Bonfacio Global City. Strengthening Human Capital Supporting Business Incubation and Acceleration Efforts Regenerating the Innovation Environment Elements of a National Innovation Strategy: http://smarterph.com/SPCCV1/?p=153 Upgrading the Filipino Mindset Philippine National Innovation Strategy: http://www.filipinnovation.dost.gov.ph/materials/Filipinnovation_Publication_v02.pdf Engineering, Research & Development for Technology: http://www.sei.dost.gov.ph/dld/2012erdt_brochure.pdf Technology Business Incubation Program: http://www.pcieerd.dost.gov.ph/index.php/programs/support-for-t-t-and-c/technology-business-incubation
  12. Developing and Deploying Transformative and Enabling Technologies
  13. Investing in state-of-the art facilities and Transformative and Enabling Technologies will help us build a $50B/yr. Electronics & Semiconductors Industry “I know that many of you in the semiconductors industry have spent decades asking for a facility such as this one to be built…Now that this lab is fully operational, companies here will not have to send their products for failure analysis to the United States or Singapore… The road to the Philippines we all dream of starts in places like this. -Pres. Aquino, ADMATEL Inauguration Speech Focused Ion Beam—Field Emission Scanning Electron Microscope Time-of-Flight Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometer Auger Electron Spectrometer
  14. Electronic Products Development Center (EPDC) “Science and technology is what puts value to our products and services. It is the means by which the nation can graduate from being a mere assembler of goods to being its designer, manufacturer and marketer.” “The DOST of today is a completely different animal from what many of you remember it to be. No longer are we in the business of developing basic technologies suited for backyard industries, we are now stretching the bounds of our technological limits….. we are treading the realm of high technology.” The EPDC will provide state-of-the-art design, prototyping and testing facilities for printed circuit boards (PCBs), the principal component in electronics manufacturing. Project Leader Engr. Peter Banzon (R) said that a after the EPDC is operational, DOST will create a third facility for the industry: the Integrated Circuit Development Center.
  15. MakibayanProgram provides S&T Support for a Broad-based Domestic Manufacturing Industry Local manufacture of low-cost farming machinery Precision mold making and tool & die design and manufacturing Enhanced electronics manufacturing capability
  16. Science & Technology for a Sustainable Mining Industry Effectively Separate Raw Ores Extract 50% more of two Elements (i.e. Gold and Copper) Locally Produced Amalgamation Machine A more sustainable Mining Industry Increased Mineral Extraction Capability Greater income for small scale miners = inclusive development
  17. Project SARAI(Smarter Approaches to Reinvigorate Agriculture as an Industry in the Philippines ) Knowledge Sharing Data Analytics with GIS Connectivity On Location Smart Sensors Project 1 Crop Modeling & Forecasting Project General Objective Project 2 Crop Environment Characterization Project 3 SARAI Knowledge Portal Project 4 Capacity Building Making Climate Smart Agriculture with Data Analytics, Collaboration and Knowledge Sharing SARAI IOC Project 3 Mainstreaming
  18. Smarter Agriculture aims to enhance farmer productivity through technology and reduce the vulnerability of farmers to Climate Change Affordable locally manufactured farming machinery Sustainable Food Production Improved Rice Mill Availability of Farming Equipment Industry Strategic Plans Rice transplanter Rice harvester Sustainability, Resiliency and Food Security Smart Farming Information System Research and Development for Crop Resiliency Reducing the vulnerability of farmers to climate change
  19. Science & Technology for a Sustainable Aquaculture Industry Increased Resistance to Viruses Sustainable Aquaculture Industry 40% increase in productivity for marine farmers = Inclusive growth X Genetic Vaccines Marine Farming Industry We have also developed a new genetic vaccine that makes crustaceans and fish resistant to viruses. With the use of this vaccine, our marine farms can reasonably expect outputs to increase by 40%. - Sec. Mario G. Montejo
  20. DOST Food Innovation Centers in every region will help build a sustainable domestic agro- industry Food Innovation Center Freeze Dryer Immersion Freezer Spray Dryer Transforms concepts into products Enables Product Innovation Water Retort Vacuum Fryer Vacuum Evaporator Upgrade Manufacturing Operations and Processing System Design Packaging for Regional Products Standardize Local Processing Industries Hammer Mill Vacuum Packaging Machine UHT Equipment Commercialize Technologies
  21. The Stepping Up the Value Chain Program for the Information Technology-Business Process Management Industry Target By 2016 Global Share Global #1 in Contact Centers; Intend to be market leader in UK and Australia Contact Centers 29% 24% Healthcare Information Management 8% 13% Finance & Accounting Management 8% 12-14% Human Resources Management 8% 12-14% Target: to be a global leader in 4 more fast growing services Creative Process Management 10% 15-18%
  22. DOST’s innovation efforts have contributed to the rapid growth of the creative industry sector Creative industries tend to become a leading national sector in an S&T-based, ICT-enabled, innovation-driven Knowledge Economy. i-CreativePhil http://smarterph.com/SPCCV1/?p=198
  23. The Philippines can become a Global Leader or a Center of Excellence in High Value Niches of other ICT-Based “Smart Industries”…
  24. SMARTER MOBILITY Smarter Transportation Systems Smarter Traffic Management Smarter Traffic Management ICT for Development Smarter ICT
  25. Smarter Mobility provides affordable, environmentally friendly mass transportation to provide greater access to economic opportunities Hybrid Electric Road Train: Solution to EDSA traffic jams. Sec. Mario Montejo unveils Road Train at ICON Innovation Congress in April 2013. Automated Guideway Transit System (AGT). Locally manufactured rapid mass transit system Design Hub for Customized Local Road Vehicles (CLRVs). Project Leader Roberto Dizon (R) signs MOU with leaders of mini-bus, Asian utility vehicle (AUV) and jeepney manufacturing sectors.
  26. TV White Space Project: enabling Internet access to and providing government e-services for remote and disaster-stricken communities DOST ICT Office- Microsoft Philippines MOU on TV White Space Adoption TV White Space equipment helped restore internet services in Bohol after the earthquake DOST’s ICT Office, with TVWS and help from the telcos, was able to establish internet services for National Government Agency desks at the Command Center in Tacloban after Typhoon Yolanda (Haiyan).
  27. Smarter Healthcare Philippine eHealth Development Plan S&T Support to Healthcare Industry Anti-dengue OL Trap RxBox
  28. Philippine eHealth Development Plan 2013-2017Enabling greater equality of access to healthcare services for a healthy, productive citizenry +150 Barangays RXBox Analytics Tablet (EMR) Info Exchange Platform Advocacy Capacity Building Standards Policies +450 RuralBarangays Philippine Health Enterprise Data Warehouse Community Health Information Tracking (CHITS) Hospital Management Information System (HOMIS) Telemedicine services Tele-parasitology Tele-dermatology PH Health Information Exchange eHealth Apps 2014 Priorities
  29. Smarter Healthcare: S&T Solutions to Conquer Dengue for a better quality of life for all Filipinos The DOST-DOH Dep Ed OL Trap Program: Dengue prevention through biological control. DOST-produced OL (ovicidal-larvicidal) traps are placed in different areas of participating schools and serviced every 6 days by volunteers. The OL Traps contain a larvicidal solution which emits an odor that attract Aedes mosquitos to lay their eggs in them. The solution then kills the eggs and larvae. Dengue Prevention through Public Awareness. The rainy season of each year marks the beginning of a DOH-led anti-dengue public awareness campaign. National online dengue early warning system. The red balloons indicate schools with OL Trap indices of >40%. Local authorities in these areas are alerted to undertake an all-out anti-dengue campaign. Dengue Rapid Test Kit. Inexpensive test kit for dengue yields diagnostic results within 1 hour. R&D on medicinal properties of local plants for a national anti-dengue vaccine by 2014 and cure for dengue haemorrhagic fever.
  30. New Radioisotope Lab significantly lowers local healthcare costs, provides S&T Support to domestic Healthcare Industry The Philippines has competitive advantages which can be leveraged through S&T support to build a robust domestic healthcare industry: Biodiversity Supply of healthcare workers Global branding for healthcare Smarter Healthcare provides robust S&T support to healthcare industry: World-class genomics, biotechnology and bioinformatics R&D and lab equipment Advanced training for lab technicians and industry workers New facilities such as Radioisotope Lab to provide key services locally and lower healthcare costs Low-cost domestically manufactured medical equipment Public access to online database of healthcare research Strong support for Healthcare Information Management Industry New Radioisotope Lab will produce TC-99m, which will significantly lower local healthcare costs Philippine eHealth Development Plan http://smarterph.com/SPCCV1/?p=80 Healthcare Outsourcing Services http://smarterph.com/SPCCV1/?p=134
  31. SMARTER PEOPLE Professional Development of STEM Educators Global Knowledge Professionals Smarter Scientists and Engineers 21st Century Skills
  32. Technology-enabled upgrade of STEM Education to develop Knowledge Workers with 21st Century Skills SEVEN ESSENTIAL 21ST CENTURY SKILLS* 1. Critical Thinking and problem solving 2. Effective written, oral, multimedia and multilingual communication communication 7. Flexibility and adaptability Essential 21st Century Skills http://smarterph.com/SPCCV1/?p=82 3. Collaboration across networks and leading by influence 6. Initiative and Entrepreneurialism 5. Accessing and analyzing information 4. Creativity and innovation *Loosely based on the framework of the Partnership for 21st Century Skills. www.p21.org
  33. DOST Technology Partners for Smarter Scientists & Engineers:Microsoft Philippines DOST-Microsoft Partnership for the Imagine Cup global programming competition Microsoft IT Academy Program http://smarterph.com/SPCCV1/?p=165 Microsoft Imagine Cup http://smarterph.com/xxxxx Microsoft Imagine Cup http://smarterph.com/SPCCV1/?p=167 *Google “Microsoft IT Academy” to download the 51-slide Powerpoint presentation
  34. eGovernance Training for Smarter LGUs gCIO Training for LGUs Empowering Government Chief Information Officers as agents of strategic change, focused on projects that drive innovation & reform. Chief ICT Strategist Chief ICT Policy Advisor Chief Information Security Officer 5 Core Competencies to be developed in gCIOs: In partnership with:
  35. Smarter Cities Smarter Government Smarter Economy Smarter Mobility Smarter Environment Smarter Living Smarter People
  36. The Smart City, or Smarter City, is a known brand and a magnet for foreign and domestic investments Asian smart-city investments to hit $260 billion in 2020: Zpryme China has reportedly approved 193 trial cities to develop into “smart cities” Iain Morris - January 15, 2013 Investments in Asian ‘smart cities’ are set to grow from about $55.6 billion in 2013 to around $260 billion in 2020, according to research from Zpryme. Source: http://www.telecomengine.com/article/asian-smart-city-investments-hit-260-billion-2020-zpryme China prepares for smart city construction boom The smart city program, initiated last November, is part of the country's efforts to explore ways to foster a new type of urbanization. http://www.chinadaily.com.cn/bizchina/2013-10/16/content_17035874.htm http://www.thecitiesoftomorrow.com/news/india-smart-cities http://www.rvo.nl/sites/default/files/Smart%20Cities%20Malaysia.pdf Smarter Cities can be the perfect “Living Labs” to scientifically apply DOST’s Smarter Philippines innovations, and thereby attract investments. http://en.tempo.co/read/news/2013/11/20/057531018/Jakarta-to-Turn-Smart-City
  37. Smarter Cities/Smarter Countryside
  38. Smarter Cities Management System Services and Benefits Land Use and Urban Planning Disaster Risk Reduction Mgmt. Jobs/ Business Environment Education Services LGU Database Agricultural System Telecommunication City Healthcare Services Transportation System Collaboration and Communication Data Analytics National Open Database GIS Public Safety Technology Support Solutions
  39. ISO 18091 Governmental Governance Model Its a public policy language, it’s a new paradigm A unique language that improves engagement in common terms Offers a way for politicians to understand technical experts It’s a Map that grounds you and organizes needs It opens the door to understand the roles of other governments It offers benchmarking between governments and areas inside It’s a road map that points where to go and what to do to be better, as well as what to ask for. Public policy is the guideline, the execution is done by individuals
  40. Participative Governance to support ISO 18091 Open Government Institutional Development for Good Government Transparency and Open Collaborative and Integrated Sustainable Economic Development Community Participation Inclusive Social Development Well Informed Community / Citizen Sustainable Environmental Development Citizen Based Development Making Cities more Sustainable by targeting actual needs of the community Supports Innovation Efficient Delivery of Services
  41. Region 4A as a pilot for Smarter Cities Program and ISO 18091 Integration Community Empowerment for Region 4A to make its development sustainable and inclusive, through Smarter Cities Program and integration of ISO 18091 Cainta “Smarter Sustainable Living City” Bacoor “Smarter Commerce City” Sta. Rosa “Smarter Industrial City” Carmona “Climate Smart Commercial Agriculture City” Lucena “Smarter Green City” Batangas “Smarter Port City” Tayabas “Climate Smart Agriculture City”
  42. Smarter Economy Smart Agri. Smart Agri. Healthcare Information Management Human Resource Management Creative Seed.ph Seed.ph Seed.ph Seed.ph Seed.ph
  43. Smarter People Climate Smart Agriculture Training Climate Smart Agriculture Training Industry Training Industry Training Industry Training GCAT Talent Proficiency Profiling System GCAT Talent Proficiency Profiling System GCAT Talent Proficiency Profiling System
  44. DOST Intelligent Operation Center Support RDOs and LGUs Public Safety Natural Resource Mgmt. DOST Intelligent Operations Center for DRRM Disaster Management RDOs / LGUs DOST Technical Support
  45. Smarter Cities Citizens’ Application Provides tools and services in compliance with; a. ISO 18091 b. Open Government c. Open Data Localized application to each City or Local Government Unit
  46. Sister Cities ProgramTransferring Model Partner City’s Best Practices to Philippine Cities Best Practices (Governance, Economics, Security and Peace, Climate Change Resiliency) Technology Transfer Research for: Development Indicators and Sustainability Model Partner City Growing Philippines Smarter City Partnership and Collaboration for Sustainability and Inclusive Development
  47. Kashiwa-No-Ha Smart City Project
  48. An Environmentally Friendly CityEnergy, transportation, natural environment
  49. A City of Health and LongevityHelp citizen to prevent diseases and lead independent and satisfying lives
  50. A City of New Industry CreationCreation and development of new businesses and industries Kashiwanoha Open Innovation Lab
  51. Kashiwanoha Smart City Museum