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Data Informed Decisions Presentation

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Data Informed Decisions Presentation

  1. 1. Data Informed Decisions: Utah Broadband Project Data Resources Bert Granberg Jessie Pechmann Automated Geographic Reference Center (AGRC) State of Utah
  2. 2. Why?? • Support Decision Making – Inform: Visualize Utah’s Broadband Landscape – Communicate on Issues – Assess, Measure Progress, Monitor Trends – Confirm Intuitive Understanding • Promote BB Build-out and Use – Economic Growth, Efficiency, Better Services
  3. 3. Broadband Mapping Data • 6 month update cycle, NBM data standards (2010-2014) • Provider Data Submissions – Coverage Areas – Technology used (Fiber, DSL, Cable, Fixed, Mobile, etc) – Max Advertised Up and Download Speeds • Community Anchor Institutions – Schools, Libraries, Gov’t Offices, Healthcare • 6 month update cycle • Technologies, Speeds
  4. 4. Broadband Mapping Data: Landline Coverage Areas
  5. 5. Broadband Mapping Data: Wireless Coverage Area
  6. 6. Broadband Mapping Data Content & Guidance
  7. 7. Broadband Mapping Data: NTIA Speed Tiers
  8. 8. Broadband Mapping Data • Verification Activities – Basic technical limitations/logic – Comparison to advertising, territories, etc – Mobile: 2011 & 2013 Drivetests – Fixed: Address Point Review
  9. 9. Verification activities: Utah address points
  10. 10. Verification activities: 2011 & 2013 Drive testing, mobile broadband
  11. 11. Verification activities: 2011 & 2013 Drive testing, mobile broadband
  12. 12. Accessing Broadband Mapping Data
  13. 13. Broadband Mapping Data At Work Broadband.utah.gov/map nbm.gov
  14. 14. Broadband Mapping Data At Work: GIS Data
  15. 15. Broadband Mapping Data At Work: GIS Data
  16. 16. Broadband Mapping Data At Work: GIS Data
  17. 17. Broadband Mapping Data At Work: From the Resources tab
  18. 18. Broadband Mapping Data At Work: Landscape Overviews
  19. 19. Impressive Successes Challenges Remain
  20. 20. Case 1: Basic Consumer Broadband Residential availability of at least 3 Mbps download and 768 Kbps upload. Allows for basic broadband internet functionality, such as browsing webpages and checking email. Residential availability of at least 10 Mbps download and 3 Mbps upload. Allows for basic functionality, plus video streaming and photo upload and download. Case 2: Home Office/Education Broadband Legend *Broadband coverage includes wireline, wireless and mobile broadband. Populated areas with no Case 2 broadband coverage* Populated areas with Case 2 broadband coverage Unpopulated areas with Case 2 coverage October 1, 2013 Legend *Broadband coverage includes wireline, wireless and mobile broadband. Populated areas with no Case 1 broadband coverage* Populated areas with Case 1 broadband coverage Unpopulated areas with Case 1 coverage
  21. 21. Case-Based Population & Household Metrics: for Counties, Cities, Tribal Areas, etc.
  22. 22. Six County Five County Bear River Southeast Utah Uintah Basin MountainlandWasatch Front Regional Council *56,440 *182,170 *21,540 *23,780 *28,150 *570,000 *86,590 Tooele Millard SanJuan Iron Kane Box Elder Uintah Emery Juab Garfield Grand Utah Beaver Wayne Sevier Summit Rich Washington Carbon Sanpete Cache Piute Davis Weber Daggett Duchesne Wasatch Salt Lake Morgan The pie charts on the map show the highest of three broadband service levels available to housing units within each regional Association of Government (AOG) area. High Capacity Availability of at least 25 Mbps download and 10 Mbps upload. These speeds allow for broadband internet needed for residential and small businesses with high volume data usage. Home Office/Entertainment Broadband Residential availability of at least 10 Mbps download and 3 Mbps upload. Allows for basic functionality, plus video streaming and photo upload and download. Basic Consumer Broadband Residential availability of at least 3 Mbps download and 768 Kbps upload. Allows for basic broadband internet functionality, such as browsing webpages and checking email. Highest Broadband Service Level for Housing Units, By Utah AOG Area (Spring 2013) Home Office Basic Consumer H ighC apacity *Approximate number of housing units within AOG area (2010 Census) Case-Based Metrics: AOG rollup
  23. 23. TOOELE SAN JUAN MILLARD KANE IRON EMERY JUAB UINTAH BOX ELDER GARFIELD GRAND UTAH WAYNE BEAVER DUCHESNE SEVIER SUMMIT RICH WASHINGTON SANPETE CARBON CACHE PIUTE WASATCH DAVIS WEBER DAGGETT SALT LAKE MORGAN Consumer Broadband Availability by Speed Great Salt Lake Maximum Advertised Download Speeds Wireless Coverage*Wireline Coverage 50+ Mbps 25 - 50 Mbps 10 - 25 Mbps 6 - 10 Mbps 3 - 6 Mbps 1.5 - 3 Mbps 0.7 - 1.5 Mbps * shown where wireline coverage not available October 1, 2013 Highest Advertised Consumer Speeds
  24. 24. TOOELE SAN JUAN MILLARD KANE IRON EMERY JUAB UINTAH BOX ELDER GARFIELD GRAND UTAH WAYNE BEAVER DUCHESNE SEVIER SUMMIT RICH WASHINGTON SANPETE CARBON CACHE PIUTE WASATCH DAVIS DAGGETT WEBER SALT LAKE MORGAN Utah Broadband Technology Footprint* Wireline Coverage Available (cable, dsl, etc.) Fiber Coverage (other wireline service may be available) Wireless Coverage Only *Combines information submitted for consumer and business level services Great Salt Lake October 1, 2013 Highest Order Technology
  25. 25. Automated Map Generation
  26. 26. Broadband Mapping Data At Work: Topic Maps
  27. 27. Community Anchor Institutions: UEN Network
  28. 28. Community Anchor Institutions: Library Speeds
  29. 29. Community Anchor Institutions: Mobile Wireless @ Bookmobile stops
  30. 30. Grant/Program Eligibility Analysis
  31. 31. High Precision GPS For Surveying & Mapping 0 5025 Miles 7/26/2012 *Or a precision of <= 10 cm with mapping grade GPS equipment as locational precision varies according to the chipset and antenna (and expense) of the equipment used. Recreational grade GPS equipment is not supported at this time. Liklihood of obtaining survey-grade precision of <= 2cm* (horizontal) Accessing The Utah Reference Network (TURN) Via Verizon Mobile Broadband TURN GPS Base Stations TURN GPS Base Lines < 80 Km** TURN GPS Base Lines > 80 Km** Verizon broadband available Certain ExpectedProbablePossible Verizon broadband unavailable Informed Broadband- Dependent Field Operations
  32. 32. Broadband Mapping Data At Work: Change Detection
  33. 33. Broadband Mapping Data: NTIA Speed Tiers
  34. 34. Fixed BB Speed Tier Changes Fall 2010 -- Fall 2013
  35. 35. Mobile BB Speed Tier Changes Fall 2010 -- Fall 2013
  36. 36. Change Metrics: Round 2 -- Round 8, By Census Community
  37. 37. The Road Ahead • Fall Mobile Broadband Drivetest • Spring 2014 Data Submission • Fall 2014 Data Submission • Concurrent with FCC Form 477 (updated) Submission • December 2014, End of NTIA SBI funded project • Ongoing FCC Form 477 submission: • Fixed (census blocks) • Mobile (propagated coverage)
  38. 38. Bert Granberg – bgranberg@utah.gov Jessie Pechmann – jpechmann@utah.gov gis.utah.gov

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