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  • Intelligent Community Forum (ICF)
    of work to assemble and present the information we require And they tell us that it was one of the best things they have ever done for their communities The application for the Intelligent Community Awards gave them the motivation to bring together stakeholders from government business and institutions It drove conversations that had never occurred before about common goals shared dreams and collaboration across organizational boundaries It gave them a framework for thinking about their future in a way that let them overcome inertia and take action What Community Leaders Say About ICF What impact has the ICF Awards program had on your community s development What lessons have you learned from the ideas themes and best practices that ICF shares with communities Have you benefited from the relationships that have grown up among the Intelligent Communities in ICF s network Would you recommend to other communities that they apply for the ICF Awards program More from Community Leaders It was a great experience to attend your conference and provided some real inspiration to pursue the aims of an intelligent community Geelong has now been scheduled in the rollout of the NBN for September 2013 and it has really given me a new focus to plan ahead for its arrival Working with your other Australian connection Ipswich and Digital Economy Manager Matt Schulz has really assisted to begin the planning Thank you again John Robert and Lou The ideas we have started to pursue were inspired by the ICF and your vision and support Cr Rod Macdonald Portfolio for Economic Development Portfolio for Planning City of Greater Geelong Australia Innovation is a big word everywhere but you find little information as to how to actually do it The ICF Summit where we listen to ICF s co founders and

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    CEMI in collaboration with government and industry NextGen is an annual conference and series of regional roadshows focusing on the development of the United Kingdon s digital infrastructure The annual NextGen conferences attracts hundreds of delegates and speakers including policymakers network operators manufacturers service providers analysts and local decision makers NextGen is a production of NG Events Ltd which produces unique high quality conferences events and study tours Ohio University established in 1804 is the oldest public institution of higher learning in the state of Ohio and the first in the Northwest Territory Its five campuses in SE Ohio serve some 25 000 students including international students from over 100 countries The University has been cited for academic quality and value by such publications as U S News and World Report America s 100 Best College Buys Princeton Review s Best Colleges and Peterson s Guide to Competitive Colleges The John Templeton Foundation has also recognized Ohio University as one of the top character building institutions in the country Pacific Telecommunications Council PTC promotes the advancement and commercial use of information and communication technologies services policies and knowledge to benefit its members and the people of the Pacific Hemisphere To realize its vision PTC motivates and enables its members to conduct trade in equipment technologies and services and to use the power of information and communication technologies ICT to improve the quality of life in the Pacific Hemisphere The Polytechnic Institute of New York University Founded in 1854 in Brooklyn New York the Polytechnic Institute of New York University is the metropolitan area s preeminent resource in science technology research and management education In 1931 Pulitzer Prize winning historian and Polytechnic alumnus of 1898 James Truslow Adams heralded the concept and coined the phrase The American Dream a pervasive concept

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    has held onto a local manufacturing base or exploited geography to become a warehouse and logistics hub It is holding the line But is it building a prosperous future And then there are rural places where the future looks bright If you live there you are part of dynamic economy and progressive community Forward looking local businesses find global markets for their products and services Education thrives and graduates have the chance to build a life in the place they love Workers and employers pursue cutting edge innovation while enjoying a quality of life your urban peers can only envy These are communities using broadband and information technology to eliminate distance as a barrier and make digital networks take the place of the physical proximity that urban areas provide They are no longer in the middle of nowhere They make up the New Connected Countryside and they have lessons to share with rural cities and towns around the world We need your help to get those lessons to the places that need them the most What is the New Connected Countryside The New Connected Countryside is an online platform where community leaders residents institutions and businesses from around the world can connect exchange advice share resources and build a global network of peers Each year they will come together for a virtual global conference featuring featuring mayors county executives technologists educators investors and all the other players in the new rural economy Year round they will share their discoveries their successes failures and lessons learned from each other Drawn by their passion for progress they will forge bonds that help them to retain their talented youth to grow businesses that provide good incomes and to give local culture a global sounding board Why We Need Your Help A virtual collaboration

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    Imperative Speakers News Blog Visionary Voices Video Press Releases Press Coverage Event Calendar Publications Brain Gain Seizing Our Destiny BroadbandEconomies Future Cities Books White Papers About ICF Global Thought Leaders How ICF Helps Partners Support Support the Forum ICF Supporters Subscribe Contacts Home Login Email Print Friends of the Forum ICF gratefully acknowledges the support of leading individuals and organizations for its awards research and educational programs To learn how

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    Support the Forum ICF Supporters Subscribe Contacts Home Login Email Print Contacts Intelligent Community Forum 250 Park Avenue 7th Floor New York NY 10177 USA 1 646 291 6166 fax 1 212 825 0075 general email icf intelligentcommunity org John Jung Co Founder 1 519 747 2541 About John Jung Robert Bell Co Founder 1 646 291 6166 x101 About Robert Bell Louis Zacharilla Co Founder 1 646 291 6166

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    most populous state in the nation Melbourne is its capital In 1999 state government published a white paper Connecting Victoria that recognized the fundamental social and economic changes being created by new technology and establish a vision for harnessing them in order to tap what it saw as enormous potential for growth More importantly it outlined how the government intended to help all citizens regardless of location background or income to benefit from technology and its potential Themes for Development Connecting Victoria established six themes for development building a learning society growing industries of the future boosting e commerce connecting communities improving infrastructure and access and promoting a new style of government And beginning in 2000 the state and private sector partners logged solid achievements in each of the six areas All teachers were provided with notebook computers and email accounts Schools began updating curricula to emphasize technology skills and made students aware of technology employment opportunities The state attracted inward investment of over A 663 million in information and telecom technology and created 5 000 jobs at a time of global downturn in ICT To stimulate e commerce it created a Vic Export Web site to provide in state

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    Internet and broadband revolution and there is a clear sense of urgency in Tianjin s efforts to catch up Tianjin was among the Top Seven in 2005 and for the second year in a row ICF recognizes the city for its aggressive application of the principles of Intelligent Community development in the unique political and economic environment of China From 20 000 to 2 7 Million in Two Years Tianjin s Intelligent Community initiative is focused on broadband deployment for citizens business and government on e government applications to make government more responsive and efficient and on development of new high tech industrial zones The goals in its current five year plan are to provide broadband access in 100 of the 12 km2 4 6 sq mile city have 80 of households own a PC and 55 of residents become Internet users and have total broadband penetration reach 60 Collaborating with telecom carriers cable TV companies and equipment manufacturers the city has deployed 20 000 km 12 500 miles of optical fiber in multiple interconnected networks The city had 2 7 million Internet subscribers at the end of 2004 up 35 from the prior year At the end of 2002 only 20 000 people in all of Tianjin used the Internet Broadband subscribers totaled 600 000 or 5 of the total population A newly completed telecommunications hub in Tianjin provides switching and control for networks that connect the nine provinces of northern China Though part of the Beijing metroplex Tianjin contains large rural areas where farming is the predominant industry A village to village program has with help from satellites connected nearly 4 000 villages to the Internet and has helped to transform rural life One small company Jinmao Co Ltd In Wang Zhuang Village was founded with the equivalent of US 62 in 1984 to manufacture manual agricultural tools After setting up a Web site in 1996 the company began receiving orders from throughout China and expanded its products to include painting cleaning gardening and other tools Their products are now available in five of the six biggest furniture chains in China and the company s sales have reached US 18 million Online Government Health Care and Customs Tianjin s e government programs have focused in increasing efficiency improving connectedness and centralizing information on residents To date the city has implemented 600 e government applications including public finance taxation city planning housing commerce education and justice Proposed government policies are posted to the Web so that citizens can offer comments before the policy is implemented Over 250 departments use the network for internal management The broadband network also links the city s 210 hospitals and clinics and an online payment system settles almost all healthcare charges A Distance Tax Collection System allows taxpayers to check their accounts and make payments online while a Port Information System expedites customs clearances for ships cargos in Tianjin s port Cash transactions are gradually being replaced by three network access cards bank bus

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