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There is full integration with a fire alarm system and a stand by generator so as to ensure that the electromagnets used to control the doors operate in full compliance with the local ordinances. (...) Figure 3 – Mass Transit Authority Downtown Terminal facility Flint, Michigan, US Photo credit: courtesy of IBI Group 6.4 Wellesley Long Term Care All communications is carried over a single communications infrastructure including nurse call, telephones, data, access control, and integration with a fire alarm system, number of elevators, parking. Figure 4 – Wellesley Central Health Corporation Toronto, Ontario Canada Photo credit: courtesy of IBI Group ITU‐T's Technical Reports and Specifications 477     482     483     484     485     486     487     488     489     490     491     492          
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Score: 1020728.4 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica.../files/basic-html/page487.html
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 Page 57 - U4SSC Compendium of survey results on integrated digital solutions for city platforms around the world           Basic HTML Version Table of Contents View Full Version Page 57 - U4SSC Compendium of survey results on integrated digital solutions for city platforms around the world P. 57 geofences (an alarm sounds when a vehicle passes through a geographical area, which is useful for things like garbage dump monitoring and fleet control), and displays on control panels. (...) Data analysis applications The Big Data tools associated with the smart city platform, along with the ability to integrate different sources and verticals have made it possible to work with data from the Metropolitan Transport Systems STM (electronic ticket sales), including the real-time positions of buses and the systems associated with the Mobility Management Centre or corporate systems of the Montevideo City Council (city sewer and sanitation system, Unique Claims System and the GRP). By applying data analysis techniques, different applications have been developed: • Algorithm to deduce the destination bus stop from users of the public transport system, based on upcoming trips and historical card information. • Origin/destination matrix with visualizations according to neighbourhoods, lines, schedules or time periods. • Service levels of the fleet, compliance with schedules, routes and times of passage by stops. • Line-occupancy levels, occupancy prediction, and application as an aid to control during the COVID-19 pandemic. • Model of bus stop occupancy levels. • Analysis of travel times. • Analysis of use by type of user served to establish frequent user policies. • Traffic, accident and speed applications. • Applications on the cleaning and waste collection system of the city, location of the garbage containers and lifting control. • Analysis of consumers of city sewer and sanitation systems. • Real-time analysis of alarms and indications of data network equipment (logs) for prediction of failures.
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Score: 1018601.8 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica...s/files/basic-html/page57.html
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Action by UN System and IGOs Relevant to Question of Palestine (Feb. 2018 Monthly Bulletin) [...] (...) UN Rights Experts Alarmed by Detention of Palestinian Girl for Slapping Israeli Soldier Arabic: العربية GENEVA (13 February 2018) – UN human ri [...] The post UN Rights Experts Alarmed by Detention of Palestinian Girl for Slapping Israeli Soldier appeared first on Question of Palestine.
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Score: 1015924.5 - https://www.un.org/unispal/doc...p-on-arbitrary-detention/feed/
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The maintenance process is the step taken to analyze the impact of problems on customer services based on alarm information from the network, recover services in a way appropriate to the details of impact, and identify the faulty equipment and fix the problem using the alarm information. (...) With the conventional method of identifying the impact on customer services from equipment alarm information, it is difficult to identify the impact when no alarm is given and information is insufficient, especially in the case of silent alarms. (...) Under such circumstances, it is necessary to realize a service monitoring system that is able to detect the quality close to what customers are actually experiencing, estimating it from the network data, independent of alarm information.
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Score: 1015370.8 - https://www.itu.int/dms_pub/it...NAL-ICTS.V1I1-2017-7-PDF-E.pdf
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The maintenance process is the step taken to analyze the impact of problems on customer services based on alarm information from the network, recover services in a way appropriate to the details of impact, and identify the faulty equipment and fix the problem using the alarm information. (...) With the conventional method of identifying the impact on customer services from equipment alarm information, it is difficult to identify the impact when no alarm is given and information is insufficient, especially in the case of silent alarms. (...) Under such circumstances, it is necessary to realize a service monitoring system that is able to detect the quality close to what customers are actually experiencing, estimating it from the network data, independent of alarm information.
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Score: 1015370.8 - https://www.itu.int/en/journal/001/Documents/itu2017-7.pdf
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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 (August 2022 Monthly Bulletin) appeared first on Question of Palestine.
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Score: 1013594 - https://www.un.org/unispal/doc...t-subject/armed-conflict/feed/
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Access and movement Archives - Question of Palestine Access and movement 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 (August 2022 Monthly Bulletin) appeared first on Question of Palestine.
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OHCHR alarmed by recent series of violent incidents in Israel and OPT - UNOG regular press briefing (excerpts) - 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 / OHCHR alarmed by recent series of violent incidents in Israel and OPT – UNOG regular press briefing (excerpts) OHCHR alarmed by recent series of violent incidents in Israel and OPT – UNOG regular press briefing (excerpts) REGULAR PRESS BRIEFING BY THE INFORMATION SERVICE 18 November 2014 /… Israel/Palestine Rupert Colville, for the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights  (OHCHR), said that the OHCHR was alarmed by the recent series of violent incidents in Israel and the Occupied Palestinian Territory. (...) 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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Score: 1013321.5 - https://www.un.org/unispal/document/auto-insert-193284/
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Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Press release Alarming poor mental health trend among children and adolescents in Thailand requires urgent investment in services 31 August 2022 UNICEF Thailand/2022/Sukhum Preechapanich The Ministry of Public Health and UNICEF launched a new report to strengthen the mental health systems and services for children and adolescents in Thailand. (...) “This data is really alarming, but even more worrying is that this is just the tip of the iceberg,” said Kyungsun Kim, UNICEF Representative for Thailand. (...) The report further notes that Thailand must develop a collective vision and multi-sectoral plan in order to address alarming suicide rate and mental health issues faced by children and adolescents nationwide.
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Score: 1012569 - https://www.unicef.org/thailan...-adolescents-thailand-requires
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Furthermore, legislation and self- regulation in customs transit management systems, protecting the rights of honest traders, introducing computerized systems to ensure rapid data exchange and tightening admission criteria to customs transit systems, should widely be implemented • “Self-security” measures by the haulage industry should remain high on the agenda whereby the driver plays a crucial role, although all actors have their own responsibilities. (...) Security measures should be an integral part of the safety and quality management system of every company involved with the transport of dangerous goods. (...) Each company has to decide individually on how to proceed with this, for example, based upon their own criteria or using existing systems such as SQAS (Safety and Quality Assessment System), the CDI’s (Chemical Distribution Institute) Marine Packed Cargo scheme (MPC) or the traditional ISO standardisation systems.
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Score: 1012527.6 - https://unece.org/DAM/trans/do...08/ac11/AC11-2008-inf04r1e.pdf
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