Generally speaking, it Is the cost of the Infrastructure that prohibits the barraging units from putting up their systems. Based on experience, It Is relatively easier to bring in the manpower and the content components once the Infrastructure component Is In place Due to the fast evolution of computer technology, many hardware and software products quickly become obsolete In commercial terms, even If these are still functionally useful In technical terms. More often than not, these products are Just stored or discarded for good The Pentium series of personal computers (PC’s) Is a good example of this quick obsolescence.
Many of these computers are no longer In use, but these could still be put to good use at the barraging level by simply upgrading their operating software and Installing new applications software. This Is the same story In the case of other computer brands or make used computers of any brand or make will be reformatted and equipped with new Linux operating software.
Machines with existing Windows or Mac operating software that are still functional will Just be reformatted and repaired, retailing the excellent systems computers. Existing software applications in these computers such as Microsoft
Office will be retained if their licenses are still current. Otherwise, new software that is freely available such as Open Office and Bunt will be installed Aside from Office software, the project will also install database software in the machines, enhanced by communications software. For example, the project will install a Geographic Information System (GIS) database, enhanced by a Global Positioning System (GASP) and a Short Messaging System (SMS) The GIS-GASP-SMS combination will be partly useful in enabling the people at the barraging level to have a basic tool for environmental monitoring, for purposes of
Climate Change Adaptation (CA) and Disaster Risk Reduction (DIR). However, they will also be given the option to avail of advanced tools such as the Instant Warning Alert System (ASS), an SMS based compact weather station (CSS) that costs only 30,000 pesos The project will proceed on the assumption that most of the barraging areas already have available electricity.
In the other areas that could not be reached by existing power grids, the people at the barraging level will be taught how to use solar energy and how to fabricate power generators using old automobile engines It should be noted that in many areas where coconut oil is readily available, it would be affordable to use the homegrown oil as 100% fuel, or as a partial additive to a bio- diesel mix.
Hopefully, the project will create a new opportunity for coconut farmers to not only sell a new higher value product, it will also create a new market for them both locally and globally Aside from the solar and the generator options, the people at the barraging level could also utilize other energy sources such as biogas from methane sources. This will have the added advantage of cleaning the environment and availing of the global arbor credits scheme VIDEO STRATEGY By using web browsers, the people at the barraging level will have access to video archives such as You Tube.
Aside from that, they will also gain access to other sites that fall under the category of Internet Protocol television (PIPIT) In areas where free to air television (FAT) and cable access television (CATV) are not available, the people at the barraging level could be given television access via satellite, using affordable service providers such as G-SAT, a company offering an initial set-up fee of only 7,500 pesos. The G-SAT service is available nationwide also be possible to play informative video content in Digital Video Disk (DVD) and Video Compact Disk (VS.) players.
A company affiliated with the Foot-Me Group of Companies is now offering a service called Solar Powered Onsite Television (SPOT) As an additional option, informative video content could also be played using Compact Flash (CUFF) cards and Universal Serial Bus (USB) flash cards. This technology is already being used to deliver video content in malls and commercial buildings DATABASE CONTENT As the smallest unit of governance in the Philippines, the barraging units should be he primary source of original and actual data that should eventually be compiled with, and integrated into the national databases.
Eke Sneers. It is engaged in the business of information and communications. As its Corporate Social Responsibility (CAR) program, Telescope will partner with OBI in supporting the barraging computerizing project Development Academy of the Philippines (ADAPT) is government owned and funded training institution. For many years now, ADAPT has led the advocacy for using freeware in governance applications. The University of the Philippines Linux Users Group (UNPLUG) is an organization of Linux users, also associated with the Philippine Linux Users Group (PLUG).
ADAPT, UNPLUG and PLUG will provide the training support for the ADMINISTRATION SYSTEM As agreed with OBI, the project will lease hardware and software to non-government organizations (Nags) that are in direct partnership with specific barraging councils as covered by Memoranda of Agreements (Moms). In other words, OBI and its support partners will not be dealing directly with the barraging councils. This is a necessary arrangement, because OBI does not want to get involved in the local politics. Conversely, OBI will also avoid getting financial support from local politicians
The hardware and software will be leased to the Nags for one peso a year. This is the legal strategy agreed upon with OBI, so that the project could retain legal ownership of these assets. This is a necessary requirement, so that OBI could continue to have leverage with the MONGO beneficiaries. Based on actual experience, beneficiaries do not take good care of the assets, and it is difficult to prevail upon them without a means of leverage BUILDING STRUCTURES As an additional option, OBI could lease used container vans to the MONGO beneficiaries, so that these could be used as temporary barraging halls where there re none.
These vans will be remodeled and furnished before delivery, already retrofitted to have internet and satellite access. Since these vans are legally considered as motor vehicles, these could be financed under chattel mortgage terms, if not donated by private foundations and civic groups such as the Rotary Clubs SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM As an incentive to barraging based youth who will volunteer to build the local databases and who will maintain and manage the leased computers, they will be awarded scholarships for vocational and collegiate courses.
They could enroll for free n partner schools that have already agreed to support the project, provided that they agree to Join a direct selling program that will supply goods and services to the local barraging residents, in coordination with the University Consortium for Resource Networking (UNICORN) As of now, the Philippine School of Business Administration (SABA), Informatics and Teamed are the schools that have already signed up for this scholarship program, spearheaded
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