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Special Act for Forward-Looking Infrastructure

Free Outdoor Wireless Broadband Project for Indigenous Communities

  • 更新時間:2020/07/06 15:00:16

Project Goal

This Project aims to assist with the provision of wireless broadband service in indigenous communities. By improving IT infrastructure construction in indigenous townships, suitable integrated services and applications are developed to narrow the digital divide in indigenous communities. By combining with indigenous community building, broadband networks are built in indigenous community culture and health stations to turn these stations into the “Tribal Heart” integrating elderly long-term care, child daycare, e-learning, and cultural promotion for indigenous people through the following objectives:

1. Establishing free outdoor wireless broadband service in indigenous townships to connect to the digital economy and applied health services, in order to narrow the digital divide in indigenous townships, integrate digital resources for indigenous peoples, and promote the development of education, culture, well-being, healthcare, economy, and tourism for indigenous peoples through sharing.

2. Resolving product distribution channels in indigenous townships with internet marketing through the business operation locations established by the Council of Indigenous Peoples (CIP) for metropolitan consumers to reach indigenous products, to establish links between metropolitan areas and indigenous industries, and to incorporate industry links and build business models through the industry characteristics building under the CIP economic and industrial development plans, in order to optimize business operation alliances and develop indigenous tourism for the sustainable development of regional industries.

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Task

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Wireless Broadband for Indigenous Communities

Free Outdoor Wireless Broadband for 215 Indigenous Communities

According to the Project, wireless broadband will be built in: 50 indigenous communities in 2018, 50 indigenous communities in 2019, 50 indigenous communities in 2020, and 65 indigenous communities in 2021 through the following strategies:

1.   Formation of a construction implementation team of Free Outdoor Wireless Broadband for Indigenous Communities.

2.   Lease, contracting, and control of free outdoor wireless broadband for indigenous communities.

3.   Cross-unit collaboration and coordination.

4.   Implementation and publicity of wireless broadband applications.

5.   Expansion of wireless broadband application with big data.

e-Applications for Indigenous Peoples

Integrated Application Platform and Connection with the After-School Care e-Leaning Program of the Ministry of Education

1.   2018: Resources inventory, system architecture construction, e-application planning and platform hardware construction, and connection and integration with the MOE After-School Care e-Learning Program.

2.   2019: Implementation of e-applications, provision of service applications by combining with indigenous traditional intellectual creations and cultures and production-sales of indigenous agricultural knowledge and integrating indigenous tourism and agricultural resources, connection and integration with the MOE After-School Care e-Learning Program, and enhancement of wireless broadband uses in indigenous communities through supervision, evaluation, and big data.

3.   2020: Implementation of e-applications, provision of service applications by combining with indigenous traditional intellectual creations and cultures and production-sales of indigenous agricultural knowledge and integrating indigenous tourism and agricultural resources, connection and integration with the MOE After-School Care e-Learning Program, and enhancement of i-Tribe network management and system platform management.

4.   2021: Provision of service applications by combining with indigenous traditional intellectual creations and cultures and production-sales of indigenous agricultural knowledge and integrating indigenous tourism and agricultural resources, connection and integration with the MOE After-School Care e-Learning Program.