South East Europe improved virtual accessibility through joint initiatives facilitating the rollout of broadband networks
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Methodology and toolset for data sharing and aggregation on existing physical infrastructures towards a common inventory covering selected SEE areas

This document, deliverable O4.2.1. of the SIVA project, aim to provide a common methodology and toolset for data sharing and aggregation on existing physical infrastructure based on a comparative and transnational analysis on the national legal provisions and on the needs, gaps and convergence field in monitoring the current availability status of physical infrastructures and related data resources in SEE countries. The ambitious target of this document is to identify a methodology to realize real Cadastre of Telecommunication infrastructures: a tool to inventory the telecommunication systems in the country with the main objective to define the consistency of the fixed and Mobile telecommunications networks. The Infrastructures Cadastre will have a significant role to advantage the evolution towards the new generation networks (NGN). In fact the knowledge of the current and future network configuration can support decision-makers on designing and financial investing in order to optimize the use of resources. Moreover an accurate knowledge of areas served by new generation network can help to reduce the Digital Divide identifying the not served areas. However, there are several problems on both technical and legal-provision sides related to the implementation of this tool. In order to define the above methodology some other cases of Cadastre have been analysed based on National and International experiences.

Author: Molise Region

Updated: 10-09-2014 11:03


The SIVA project is being funded under Priority Axis 3 – Improvement of the Accessibility of the South East Europe Programme, achieving the corresponding objectives through the Area of Intervention (AoI) 3.2 – Develop strategies to tackle the 'digital divide'.

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