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Security Services.xlsx Description of Goods or Services Main Category Qty/Term UOM Total Value US$ Required Delivery Q1 Required Delivery Q2 Required Delivery Q3 Required Delivery Q4 Access Control system upgrade - Securitas Security Services 1 Year $469,000 Yes Additional Cameras for the Video Surveillance System Security Goods 10 Pcs $14,500 Yes Bromium - license renewal (advanced endpoint security solution) Security Services Year $59,500 Yes Commissioning of new CCTV systems (IPVS) Security Services 1 SVC $15,000 Yes Yes Yes Yes Desktop mail and Parcel Scanner Security Goods 1 Set $45,000 Yes Fire Alarm and Smoke detectors Security Goods 60 Pcs $2,000 Yes FireEye - license renewal (malicious software analysis tool) Security Services Year $30,000 Yes Locksmith Hardware Supplies & Tools Security Goods 0 EA $40,000 Yes Yes Yes Yes Maintenance of IPVS system Security Services 4 SVC $4,800 Yes Yes Yes Yes Maintenance of smoke detector Security Services 4 EA $4,000 Yes Yes Yes Yes Mifare ID Cards Security Goods 50000 EA $150,000 Yes Yes Nessus - upgrade to global license model (vulnerability management tool) Security Services Year $95,000 Yes Open Systems Security Services Year CHF1,425,962 Yes Yes Yes Yes PACT and Security Maintenance Security Services $60,000 Yes Panic alarm circuit wit few push buttons (panic alarm) Security Goods 10 Pcs $5,000 Yes Pass & ID Consumables and Accessories Security Goods 163250 EA $43,010 Yes Yes Physical Security Maintenance - Securitas Security Services 1 Year $1,432,200 Yes Yes Physical Security Maintenance - Securitas contractual support Security Services 1 Year $633,400 Yes Yes Rapiscan device Security Goods 1 EA $25,000 Yes Replacement of emergency exit gate Security Goods 2 Set $5,000 Yes Retractable Bollards Security Goods 4 $30,000 Yes Security Equipment Maintenance Security Services 1 Year $67,305 Yes Security Equipment/Ammo under Training Unit Security Goods 176580 EA $43,676 Yes Security guard services Security Services 12 EA $24,000 Yes Yes Yes Yes Security Related Training Security Services 3 SVC $126,000 Yes Yes Security Uniforms Apparel Security Goods 3970 EA $95,818 Yes Yes Security Uniforms Equipment Security Goods 1873 EA $54,167 Yes Yes Walk through machine Security Goods 1 Set $9,000 Yes X-ray Machines Rental for the UNGA Security Services 1 SVC $100,440 Yes "Information presented herein is for informative purposes only and provided on an 'as is' basis without warranty of any kind ~ Copyright (c) United Nations.
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Score: 1052307 - https://www.un.org/Depts/ptd/s...Q-Security%20Services-2018.pdf
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Media/Journalists Archives - Question of Palestine Media/Journalists Archives - Question of Palestine United Nations Information System on the Question of Palestine Acting High Commissioner for UN Human Rights Nada Al-Nashif Alarmed By the Targeting of Human Rights Defenders in oPt – Statement (Excerpts)   12 September 2022 /... I am alarmed by the targe [...] The post Acting High Commissioner for UN Human Rights Nada Al-Nashif Alarmed By the Targeting of Human Rights Defenders in oPt – Statement (Excerpts) appeared first on Question of Palestine. (...) The post Action by UN System and Intergovernmental Organizations Relevant to the Question of Palestine (July 2022 Monthly Bulletin) appeared first on Question of Palestine.
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The UID type is used instead. */ typedef UIDType ProbableCauseType; /** Proposed Repair Actions are sets of unique identifiers. */ typedef UIDSetType ProposedRepairActionSetType; /** Security Alarm Causes are unique identifiers. */ typedef UIDType SecurityAlarmCauseType; /** Security Alarm Detector can indicate either a mechanism or a specific object. (...) Two nulls may be sent if the managed system does not support this property. @member mechanism the scheme or function detecting the alarm, may be null @member obj the object detecting the alarm, may be null */ struct SecurityAlarmDetectorType { UIDType mechanism; // may be null NameType obj; // may be null }; /** Service User @member id the id of the service user @member details details about the service user, type will depend on id */ struct ServiceUserType { UIDType id; any details; // value will depend on id }; /** Service Providers share the same representation as Service Users. */ typedef ServiceUserType ServiceProviderType; /** Specific Problems are sets of unique identifiers. */ typedef UIDSetType SpecificProblemSetType; /** A Stop Time Type is used to indicate when some function should cease. (...) X.721 appears to restrict the "cleared" value on this alarm but clears should be allowed. @param securityAlarmDetector @param serviceUser @param serviceProvider */ void integrityViolation ( in ExternalTimeType eventTime, in NameType source, in ObjectClassType sourceClass, in NotifIDType notificationIdentifier, in CorrelatedNotificationSetType correlatedNotifications, in AdditionalTextType additionalText, in AdditionalInformationSetType additionalInfo, in SecurityAlarmCauseType securityAlarmCause, in PerceivedSeverityType securityAlarmSeverity, in SecurityAlarmDetectorType securityAlarmDetector, in ServiceUserType serviceUser, in ServiceProviderType serviceProvider ); /** An Object Creation notification is used to report the creation of a managed object to another open system.
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“We face a five-alarm global fire that requires the full mobilization of all countries,” he said , referring to the raging COVID-19 pandemic, a morally bankrupt global financial system, the climate crisis, lawlessness in cyberspace, and diminished peace and security.  (...) Alarm 1: The COVID-19 battle  Stopping coronavirus spread must be at the top of the agenda everywhere, said Mr. (...) He also underscored the need to combat the “plague” of vaccine misinformation, and to improve preparedness for future pandemics, including through strengthening the authority of the World Health Organization ( WHO ).  Alarm 2: Reform global finance  The pandemic has also highlighted the failure of the global financial system, on which Mr.
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Score: 1051108.2 - https://news.un.org/en/story/2022/01/1110292
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Alarming Numbers of Palestinian Prisoners Take on Hunger Strike – Statement Submitted to the Human Rights Council by Al-Haq, Al Mezan Centre, “SHAMS”, Palestinian Centre for Human Rights and MIFTAH, (A/HRC/48/NGO/151) - Question of Palestine Skip to content Welcome to the United Nations عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español Search for: Home Key Topics Key issues at stake The Quartet History Fast facts The Committee Background Bureau Membership Mandate and Objectives Areas of Activities Reports Statements Newsletters Events Upcoming Events Committee Meetings International Conferences and Side Events Delegation visits Solidarity Day Capacity Building Programme Document Database Search Document Collection Map Collection Civil Society Overview Responsibilities of Civil Society Partners NGO Action News Get accredited Benefits of accreditation Civil Society Partners UN System FAQ Search for: Alarming Numbers of Palestinian Prisoners Take on Hunger Strike – Statement Submitted to the Human Rights Council by Al-Haq, Al Mezan Centre, “SHAMS”, Palestinian Centre for Human Rights and MIFTAH, (A/HRC/48/NGO/151) Home / Alarming Numbers of Palestinian Prisoners Take on Hunger Strike – Statement Submitted to the Human Rights Council by Al-Haq, Al Mezan Centre, “SHAMS”, Palestinian Centre for Human Rights and MIFTAH, (A/HRC/48/NGO/151) Alarming Numbers of Palestinian Prisoners Take on Hunger Strike – Statement Submitted to the Human Rights Council by Al-Haq, Al Mezan Centre, “SHAMS”, Palestinian Centre for Human Rights and MIFTAH, (A/HRC/48/NGO/151) Document symbol: A/HRC/48/NGO/151 Download Document Files: [get_file_name file_url=”https://www.un.org/unispal/wp-content/uploads/2021/09/AHRC48NGO151_230921.pdf“] Document Type: Statement Document Sources: Al Mezan Centre for Human Rights , Al-Haq , Human Rights Council , Human Rights and Democratic Participation Center (SHAMS) , MIFTAH , Palestinian Centre for Human Rights Subject: Health , Human rights and international humanitarian law , Legal issues , NGOs/Civil Society , Prisoners and detainees Publication Date: 23/09/2021 Christopher Heaney 2021-09-27T10:20:03-04:00 Share This Story, Choose Your Platform! Facebook Twitter Reddit LinkedIn Tumblr Pinterest Vk Email Resolutions on Palestine General Assembly Security Council Human Rights Council Economic and Social Council Publications Monthly Bulletin (Action by UN System and IGOs Relevant to Question of Palestine) NGO Action News Origins and Evolution of the Palestine Problem The Status of Jerusalem Explore the UN UN News Centre About the UN Department of Political and Peacebuilding Affairs Live UN Webcast Videos 1 / 57 Next» By PoseLab Show more videos» UNITED NATIONS A-Z Site Index | Contact | Copyright | FAQ | Fraud Alert | Privacy Notice | Terms of Use Page load link Subscribe to our mailing list Sign-up to get UN updates, incoming events straight to your inbox SUBSCRIBE!
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[ITU-T H.626.5] Recommendation ITU-T H.626.5 (2019), Architecture for intelligent video surveillance systems . 3 Definitions 3.1 Terms defined elsewhere This Technical Paper uses the following terms defined elsewhere: 3.1.1 customer unit [ITU-T H.626V2]: A device located at the customer part of a visual surveillance system and used to present multimedia information (such as audio, video, image, alarm signal, etc.) to the end user. 3.1.2 intelligent customer unit [ITU-T H.626.5]: The intelligent customer unit (ICU) is the client subsystem within the intelligent visual surveillance system. (...) The M_CU is used to initiate the service and provide customers with video viewing. 3.1.6 premises unit [ITU-T H.626V2]: A device located at the remote part of a visual surveillance system and used to capture multimedia information (such as audio, video, image, alarm signal, etc.) from a surveilled object. 3.1.7 video surveillance system [ITU-T H.626V2]: A telecommunication system focusing on video (but including audio) application technology, which is used to remotely capture multimedia (such as audio, video, image, alarm signals, etc.) and present them to the end user in a friendly manner, based on a managed broadband network with quality, security and reliability ensured. 3.2 Terms defined in this Technical Paper This Technical Paper defines the following terms: 3.2.1 event centre management : A functionality of an event centre server which provides the management services for the event centre server and responds to service requests of the video surveillance system. (...) In video surveillance systems, the connection between devices will generate a large amount of event data, such as device online and offline events, device storage abnormal events, device network connection abnormal events and other alarm events.
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Score: 1045218.4 - https://www.itu.int/dms_pub/it...b/tut/T-TUT-VS-2022-MSW-E.docx
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Such segments have often been served through the use of ad hoc networks (mainly radio relays and in some cases fiber optic systems).  Electric network supervision and alarms management (mainly in MV/LV substations) – Mono‐directional (alarms + information) or bi‐directional (alarms + information + activation) – Information transmitted – Communications type – Wireline, wireless or Power Line Communications – Bit rate, latency, others  Remote metering – Power Line Communication, Wireless Smart grids Future grids are expected to integrate a virtually unlimited number of sensors and meters in the distribution segments, distribution energy resources (DER) sites and homes to support demand/ response, distributed generation and energy‐aware applications. (...) The first initiatives in such directions are the deployment of automated meter reading systems at the customers' sites, under the boost of lowering management costs and the push from government institutions. (...) Among the applications of smart electrical grid that will benefit with the G.hnem are:  Programs on demand response based on utilities through Internet broadband communications or through AMI systems (advanced metering infrastructure);  Remote repair to minimize costs;  Support for systems on demand response in real time to compensate users according to their use;  Flexible control of devices to reduce power consumption during peak periods of consumption. 31 The Focus Group on Smart Grid collected and documented information and concepts that can be helpful to prepare Recommendations on the smart electrical grid from the perspective of telecommunications.
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Score: 1044867.4 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica.../files/basic-html/page298.html
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The main idea is that buildings will be managed holistically through a unified interface, instead of many disjointed systems, where the existing management systems are all connected to an analytical layer. Their key objectives were to save energy and focus resources, and focused on Fault detection and diagnosis as well as Alarm Management. In addition, there was a goal to identify any building faults and inefficiencies in real‐time by analyzing the data streams extracted from the building systems. (...) In terms of Alarm Management, the issue is the daily flooding inbox of engineers with a ton of automated notifications, from the most insignificant notifications the start of a self‐test, all the way to the most major issues like a power outage, where the most critical problem can be missed due to the overwhelming number of notifications and alarms, causing a greater delay to an already urgent problem.
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Score: 1043313.6 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica.../files/basic-html/page489.html
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(data comes from surveys, not from measurements) 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 FHSS DSSS LBT + AFA LBT Duty Cycle Other 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 Techniques Bandwidth Application Max Cumulated TxON time Max equivalent DC over 1 second [in seconds] with current definition (per 1 h) Automotive 100ms remote keyless entry 0.15 0.002% convertible roof 1 0.139% TPMS 0.03 0.001% ITS CAM 0.015 0.125% Home & building control 10ms Mains powered devices 0.025 0.003% 0.2 0.005% Battery powered devices 0.6 0.007% 1 0.012% Repeaters 0.025 0.001% Smoke detectors 1 0.00139% Low cost point to point devices 1 0.012% Telemetry, telecomand 350ms to 1s 1 1.620% Metering 25ms to 1s without in home display 0.025 0.000029% with in home display 0.025 0.003% Repeaters 0.025 0.001% EN13753 Mode R2 1 0.023% Alarms 25ms to 1s Intrusion alarm 0.025 0.001% Social alarm 0.15 0.001% Battery power devices 1 0.028% Imaging 1 0.007% Referee voice system 0.1 0.417% Survey: Some Technical Aspects (Low) Duty Cycle still dominates and for a large number of SRD applications! Responses kHz ITU Workshop on Short Range Devices (SRDs) and Ultra Wide Band (UWB), 3 June 2014, Geneva  CEPT has reached a major milestone in the development and management of frequencies in the favored range just below 1 GHz for a whole range of SRDs applications  A pair of reports is setting out a roadmap for a major upgrade of 19 MHz of spectrum;  Rising spectrum demands for generic SRD, UHF RFID, Home Automation & Sub Metering, automotive SRD, Smart Meters and Smart Grids, Metropolitan Mesh Machine Networks (M3N) applications, Alarm and Social Alarm systems, and Assistive Listening Devices (including hearing aids) reported from ETSI 6 Additional Spectrum ITU Workshop on Short Range Devices (SRDs) and Ultra Wide Band (UWB), 3 June 2014, Geneva  The European Telecommunication Standards Institute (ETSI) published five system reference documents:  Generic SRD, RFID, Home Automation & Sub Metering and Automotive SRD in ETSI TR 102-649-2;  Smart Meters and Smart Grids, ETSI TR 102 886 ;  Metropolitan Mesh Machine Networks (M3N) applications, ETSI TR 103 055;  Alarm and Social Alarm systems, ETSI TR 103 056; and  Assistive Listening Devices, ETSI TR 102 791.  Proposal to use under-utilized spectrum in many European countries; notably 870 - 876 MHz, and 915 - 921 MHz 7 ETSI Proposals to CEPT ITU Workshop on Short Range Devices (SRDs) and Ultra Wide Band (UWB), 3 June 2014, Geneva 1. (...) With machine mesh networks the required bandwidth of the systems would not fit in the existing narrow bandwidths available; 4.
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Score: 1042659.6 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-R/s...s%20in%20the%20UHF%20bands.pdf
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Secretary-General, "profoundly alarmed" by rise in deadly West Bank incidents, calls on Israel to conduct prompt Investigation into latest killings - SG Spokesperson statement - Question of Palestine Skip to content Welcome to the United Nations عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español Search for: Home About The Committee on Palestinian Rights Division for Palestinian Rights Key Topics Key issues at stake The Quartet History Fast facts The Committee Background Bureau Membership Mandate and Objectives Areas of Activities Working Group Reports Statements Newsletters Events Upcoming Events Committee Meetings International Conferences and Side Events Delegation visits Solidarity Day Capacity Building Programme UNISPAL About UNISPAL Search Document Collection Map Collection Civil Society Overview Responsibilities of Civil Society Partners NGO Action News Get accredited Benefits of accreditation Civil Society Partners UN System FAQ Search for: Home / Secretary-General, “profoundly alarmed” by rise in deadly West Bank incidents, calls on Israel to conduct prompt Investigation into latest killings – SG Spokesperson statement Secretary-General, “profoundly alarmed” by rise in deadly West Bank incidents, calls on Israel to conduct prompt Investigation into latest killings – SG Spokesperson statement 6 OCTOBER 2015 SG/SM/17188 Secretary-General, ‘Profoundly Alarmed’ by Rise in Deadly West Bank Incidents, Calls on Israel to Conduct Prompt Investigation into Latest Killings The following statement was issued today by the Spokesman for UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon: The Secretary-General is profoundly alarmed by the growing number of deadly incidents in the West Bank, including East Jerusalem.  (...) Facebook Twitter Reddit LinkedIn Tumblr Pinterest Vk Email Related Resolutions General Assembly Security Council Human Rights Council Economic and Social Council Publications Monthly Bulletin (Action by UN System and IGOs Relevant to Question of Palestine) NGO Action News Origins and Evolution of the Palestine Problem The Status of Jerusalem Explore the UN UN News Centre About the UN Department of Political and Peacebuilding Affairs Live UN Webcast Videos 1 / 54 Next» By PoseLab Show more videos» UNITED NATIONS A-Z Site Index | Contact | Copyright | FAQ | Fraud Alert | Privacy Notice | Terms of Use Page load link Subscribe to our mailing list Sign-up to get UN updates, incoming events straight to your inbox SUBSCRIBE!
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