The fifth generation of mobile communications based on the telecommunication standards following the existing 4G/IMT-Advanced Telecommunications Standard of the new generation.
IMPLEMENTATION OF 5G PROJECTS IN KAZAKHSTAN
To cover the cities of Almaty, Nur-Sultan, Shymkent and 14 regional centers, each operator will need 30-60 thsd. 5G base stations
CAPEX World Experience and Assessment
Requires 5-10 times more investment than 3G/4G
OPEX World Experience and Assessment
3 times more operating costs are required compared to current operating costs
CAPEX FOR 5G DEVELOPMENT IN KAZAKHSTAN (2020-2028)
CAPEX for Mobile Backhaul
CAPEX for SDN/NFV virtualization
on 5G RAN/Core per 1 operator
on a 5G Fixed Wireless Access network
Total CAPEX for 3 operators
Sanitary and epidemiological safety of 5G networks
According to the international standards IEEE, OSHA, FCC, as well as ST RK 1151-2002 and Sanitary and Epidemiological Rules and Regulations of the RK for RPS, the deployment of 5G networks at 3.5 GHz, 24-30 GHz, 37-40 GHz is safe for human health..
Application of global satellite system space technologies
112 satellites will digitize the land in real time.
A record of the entire Earth's territory will be made with a resolution of 0.5 METERS, 1 TIME PER SECOND, regardless of the meteorological conditions and the situation.
All information on Kazakhstan will be stored in the data centre in the Republic. On the basis of the data, an analyst will be formed for the majority of sectors of the economy.
The integrated satellite system will transmit up to 4.2 TB of data per second to the DPC.
Main characteristics of the satellite
Earth Remote Sensing System
Remote sensing of the Earth - observation of the Earth's surface by ground, air and space facilities equipped with various types of imaging equipment. The Earth remote sensing system will provide fundamentally new opportunities for various sectors of the economy of the Republic of Kazakhstan, in particular:
Fuel and energy complex
90% Improved accuracy of search and digitization of mineral resources
3-5 times more Efficient exploration
from 50-90% Save time
Industry and ecology
Up to 99% Identification of abnormal activities
Monitoring and control of infrastructure
Up to 60 % Reduction of costs and downtime of enterprises
Monitoring of growth rates and analysis of soil conditions (humidity, fertility)
20 -35% Yield increase
15-20% Reduction of fertilizer and handling costs
Possibility to "see" all cars, accidents, floods, fires, etc.
2 times Reduced emergency response time
Reducing mortality and damage
A set of technologies, production processes and regulations that provide an opportunity for collective management of information about a construction project at all stages of its life cycle (design, construction, operation).
Based on international standards ISO 12006-2, ISO/IEC 81346
BIM-oriented (objects, properties, aspects). Each element will be classified according to its technical and functional purpose
Data transfer in digital format
Unified technical format of interaction between all participants of the construction process
Work with international projects (within the framework of integration processes)
Digital information management framework
Possibility of integration with other classifiers (national, intersectoral, interstate)
Pilot project of a kindergarten for 240 places
Typical project of a nine-storey residential building
Typical project of ZM for 40, 60 and 120 seats (customer CC&HCS, 2018)
Transport Tower ATC Nur-Sultan (customer MID RK, 2018)
Development of a BIM-oriented classifier (harmonization with the resource method classifier): total - 1, implemented - 1, completed - 2
Creation of the Unified Digital Platform (terms of reference for SBIM has been prepared): total - 2, in progress - 1, completed - 1
Development (adaptation) of BIM standards (13 ISO standards for BIM): total - 12, in progress - 5, completed - 7
Training of BIM specialists (introductory lectures in 16 regions): total - 3, in progress - 2, completed - 1
Digitization of AUPCC (analysis of CORENET and e-Plan-Check systems): total - 3, in progress - 2, completed - 1
Development of regulatory and technical documents on BIM (RDS RK-1 unit, SP RK-11unit): total - 15, in progress - 7, completed - 8
Implementation of pilot projects (6 pilot projects implemented): total - 1, implemented - 1, completed - 0
Further steps to develop the technology: total - 2, implemented - 0, completed - 0
Total: total - 41, in progress - 21, completed - 20
Broadband Internet access
As part of the acceleration of technological modernization of the economy and universal access to fiber optic infrastructure, the project "Provision of broadband access to rural communities of the Republic of Kazakhstan using fiber optic communication lines technology" is being implemented through the mechanism of public-private partnership.
Implementation of the broadband access
90,6 % achieved the level of broadband penetration in domestic networks
1257 settlements are connected to the Internet via fiber optic cables and other broadband access technologies
15,1 mln. people are covered by the Internet
5G Pilot: Nur-Sultan, Almaty, Shymkent, Akmola and Almaty regions
Industrial Internet IIoT: Nur-Sultan, Almaty, Shymkent, Akkol
Target by 2022
100% broadband access
1 250 settlements will be provideed to the Internet via fiber optic cables and other broadband access technologies
18,4 mln. people The population of Kazakhstan will be provided with access to the Internet
100% coverage of regional centers and regions by industrial Internet