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Majandus- ja taristuminister Kadri Simson ja ettevõtlus- ja infotehnoloogiaminister Urve Palo räägivad, mis on majandusministeeriumi peamised prioriteedid ja eesmärgid Eesti Euroopa Liidu Nõukogu eesistumise ajal. Loe eesistumise kohta lähemalt : www.eu2017.ee
The priorities of the Estonian Presidency are actively focused on creating a digital single market within the EU. The digital single market cannot be built without a special emphasis on the free movement of data among member states. The free movement of data provides a visionary framework for accessing, sharing and (re)using data not only between public authorities and private companies but across all member states’ borders. The free movement of data should be the fifth freedom next to the already established freedoms of European citizens. Data is a powerful enabler of the freedoms of the single market we know today. Apart from lifting barriers, the EU has not yet maximised the growth potential of the data economy. Estonia’s aim is to establish a single market where digital solutions provide the best possible enablers for creating a favourable environment for entrepreneurship and for the deployment of new technologies in the EU. More info on the Estonian Presidency of the Council of the European Union: https://www.eu2017.ee/
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21.oktoobril toimus Majandus- ja Kommunikatsiooniministeeriumi ja Lennuameti koostööl lennuohutuse teemaline infopäev, kus tutvustati lennundusseaduse muudatusi seoses Euroopa Parlamendi ja Nõukogu määruse (EL) nr 376/2014 kohaldamisega, mis käsitleb tsiviillennunduses toimunud juhtumitest teatamist ning juhtumite analüüsi ja järelmeid. Infopäeval osalesid Eesti lennundusettevõtete kvaliteedi- ja ohutusjuhid. Kohtumise eesmärk oli tuua välja põhilised muudatused ohutusalase teabe käsitlemisel ja seonduvad muudatused siseriiklikes õigusaktides. Vastati ettevõtete küsimustele. Üritus oli eesti ja inglise keeles.
Estonian information society in 2020 In 2020, information and communication technology has proven itself as an irreplaceable tool for increasing economic growth, improving the quality of life and making public administration and governance smarter. In 2020, smart use of ICT has created new high value-adding jobs in many sectors of the economy – the number of highly qualified specialists in Estonia has grown from 9.3% to 12% and in comparison to year 2013, twice as many people work in the ICT sector. The image of Estonia as an advanced e-state supports the endeavors of our entrepreneurs in entering foreign markets as well as in attracting foreign investments to Estonia. We are the first country in the world to offer virtual residency that allows citizens of other countries to use the services provided in Estonia without actually travelling here. In 2020, the whole Estonia is covered with the basic infrastructure for a broadband connection and all residents of Estonia have access to ultrafast internet. High level skills for using the internet has improved people’s quality of life: with the help of e-learning, it is possible to gain new knowledge and skills without leaving home and consumption has become smarter as a large number of purchases are made online. Despite the increase in volume and use of data, Estonians have not lost trust in technology, as everyone can easily check who, when and for which purpose has viewed their data in state information system. In 2020, common quality requirements have been established for public services, which help to improve the assessment of cost-effectiveness and reliability of services as well as the satisfaction of the end-users. Thereby, domestic services can be successfully improved and cross-border e-solutions developed. In 2020, policy decisions are smarter, as decision-making in the public sector relies increasingly on data and data analysis. The “no-legacy” policy means that no significant information system can be older than 13 years, which helps to control the government’s ICT administration costs. The Data Embassy concept, which has been completed by 2020, means that digital copies of data from registers critical for the functioning of the state will be securely preserved in the so-called virtual embassies located in other countries. This means that the functioning and continuity of the Estonian state is secured in all possible emergency situations. In addition, we have reached a point where: • 60% of all the households in Estonia have a fixed broadband connection with a speed of 100 Mbit/s or more • The share of internet users in the population is above 95% • According to the Freedom on the Net report, Estonia is among the top 5 countries proving to be one of the best in internet freedom in the world https://www.mkm.ee/sites/default/files/digital_agenda_2020_estonia_engf.pdf (in english) ----- The explanatory video was put together by http://www.joonmeedia.ee/ - visual solutions and multimedia design. Ordered by the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Communications.