Published on March 4, 2014
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Population: 1.3 Million Size: 45 227 km² Capital: Tallinn Language: Estonian Member of EU Currency: Euro GDP: 17 BEUR
Information society indicators
Information society indicators 100% of schools and government organizations are ICT equipped
Information society indicators 97% of businesses use computers
Information society indicators 76% of families have computer at home
Information society indicators Entire country is covered with a broadband connection
Information society indicators Four 3G and 4G networks
Information society indicators 75% of homes have broadband connection
Information society indicators 1007 public WiFi areas
Information society indicators Internet access is a social right
Information society indicators 99,8% of bank transfers are performed electronically
Information society indicators 95% of income tax declarations made via the e-Tax Board
Information society indicators 25% of votes were cast over the internet on 2013
Information society indicators 66% of the population participated in the census via internet
ID-Card 2002 - introduction of national electronic ID-Card More than 93% of the population has one Compulsory for all residents
ID-Card Contains: Information shown on the card
ID-Card Contains: Certificate for authentication (along with e-mail address Forename.Surname@eesti.ee)
ID-Card Contains: Certificate for digital signature
Mobile-ID Introduced in 2007 Enables secure authentication and digital signatures via mobile phone
e-Services Digital Signature e-Pension Account e-Banking Land Register Business Register State Portal Tax and Customs ID-Ticket e-Health Board Customer Self Service Portals e-Police e-School i-Voting
Estonian Information System X-Road was launched in 2001
Some achievements 2000: Launch of e-Tax Board 2000: Launch of m-Parking
Some achievements 2003: Launch of ID bus ticket 2005: i-Voting was introduced
Some achievements 2007: Launch of e-Police system 2008: Launch of e-Health system
Some achievements 2010: Launch of e-Prescription 2011: Smart Grid introduced 2013: X-road Europe
How we got there?
1996: Tiger Leap Foundation to support ICT in schools
2001: Look@world starts to build 500 Public Internet Access Points
2002, 2009 & 2010: Computer usage courses for 10% of adult population under Look@world project
e-Receipt Official e-mail = physical address Virtual Resident (e-Estonian) Cross Border e-Services
Using ID-Card as a loyalty card
EstWin: 2017: 100 Mbps Internet to every home
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