e-Estonia Programme for Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisheries, Republic of Indonesia

  • Day 1

    10.00-11.30

    Introduction to the e-state

    with e-Estonia Briefing Centre

    location: e-Estonia Briefing Centre, Valukoja 8, Tallinn

    Estonians are pathfinders, who have built an efficient, secure and transparent ecosystem that saves time and money. e-Estonia invites you to follow the digital journey. The initial part introduces and demonstrates the underlying mechanisms involved in digitizing a society, an overview of the main challenges and policies, an understanding of the infrastructure, e-solutions and services.

    11.30-12.30

    X-road data exchange between government and private sector entities

    Cybernetica

    The X-Road is the backbone of e-Estonia and was initiated by the Estonian government to enable secure data exchange between governmental organisations. The first version was developed by Cybernetica and launched in 2001.

    X-Road is a distributed information exchange platform that makes it possible for all different systems to communicate all across the governmental sector; for example, the police can access data from the health system, tax board or business registry and vice versa.

    It has enabled to increase the depth of cooperation between public organizations and reduced paper work exponentially so that public employees can concentrate on tasks that require human interaction.

    12.30-14.00

    Lunch

    14.00-15.00

    Vessel traffic management system on the Gibraltar Strait

    Cybernetica

    Cybernetica developed the entire vessel traffic management system on the Gibraltar Strait, one of the world’s key waterways.
    In the course of a large-scale project, they exchanged, among other things:

    * radar system
    * several radio systems
    * server infrastructure
    * monitoring system
    * and software for multiple devices.

    15.00-16.00

    Digital Twin of Estonia and Road Maintenance and Supervision System

    with Datel

    Estonia’s nation-wide digital twin, developed in cooperation between public and private sector, will gather data and visualise real-life situations so accurately that, in the future, we will be able to test and work on constructions projects in virtual reality, before putting them into action in real life. And there is certainly much more that the digital twin can achieve.

    You can find the 3D twin here: https://3d.maaamet.ee/kaart/

    16.00-17.00

    Maritime Institute of The University of Tartu

    Home | Tartu Ülikool (ut.ee)

    Maritime Institute of The University of Tartu does the scientific work and send Supervisors to the ocean fishing vessels that Fish on North Atlantic.

  • Day 2

    10.00-12.00

    Visit To the Estonian Transport Administration

    Valge 4, 11413 Tallinn, Eesti

    Estonian Transport Administration sub-department Maritime Administration manages  the Harbours in Estonia and is responsible for the Nautical Maps and notifications.

    There are many online services that  Estonian Transport Administration  manages and runs. All the vessel traffic, Nautical maps and Harbour maps are managed on online platforms.

    12.00-13.30

    LUNCH

    13.30-14.30

    The Smart Port solution

    By NORTAL

    15.00-17.00

    Visit to the Port of Tallinn

  • Day 3

    10.00-12.00

    Visit to the Ministry of Regional Affairs and Agriculture

    With AGRI

    The Ministry of Regional Affairs and Agriculture is in charge of Estonian fishery politics.

    12.00-13.30

    LUNCH

    13.30-15.00

    Visit to the Estonian Environmental board

    The Estonian Environmental board is in charge of the supervision Fishing in Estonian waters.

    15.00-17.00

    Visit to the Estonian Climate ministry

    Estonian Climate ministry Is responsible for the environmental development. There is a new  Samrt Buoy programme dubbed MEREHUNT (“Sea wolf”), the current project’s aim is to create smart buoys with real-time forecasting and assessment capabilities, to get a clearer picture of what is happening in Estonia’s maritime space.

Contact

Visit us physically or virtually

We host impactful events both in our centre and online for government institutions, companies, and media. You’ll get an overview of e-Estonia’s best practices and build links to leading IT-service providers and state experts to support your digitalisation plans.

Questions? Have a chat with us.

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Call us: +372 6273157 (business hours only)

Find us

The Briefing Centre is conveniently located just 2 minutes drive from the airport and 10 to 15 minutes drive from the city centre.

You will find us on a ground floor of Valukoja 8, central entrance behind the statue of Mr Ernst Julius Öpik. Photo of the central entrance.

Valukoja 8
11415 Tallinn, Estonia