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COLLABORATIVE ACTIONS TO HARNESS TECHNOLOGIES DURING PANDEMICS
ESCAP/CICTSTI/2020/1 B20-00447 5 Table 1 Contact-tracing applications developed by member States Country Application name Initiated by Government or private sector iOS/ Android Bluetooth/ Global Positioning System (GPS) Australia COVIDSafe Government Both Bluetooth China Close Contact Detector Government- Private Alipay, WeChat and QQ Scan a Quick Response Code (QR code) India SAIYAM - Track & Trace Together Private Android Bluetooth and GPS India Aarogya Setu Government Both Bluetooth and GPS India (Arunachal Pradesh) COVID CARE Private Android GPS India (Goa) Covid-Locator Private- Government Android GPS India (Karnataka) Corona Watch Government Android GPS India (Maharashtra) Mahakavach Government Android GPS India (Odisha) COVID-19 Odisha Government Android Bluetooth and GPS India (Surat) SMC COVID-19 Tracker Government Android GPS India (Tamil Nadu) COVID-19 Quarantine Monitor Private- Government Android GPS India (Uttar Pradesh) UP Self-Quarantine App Government Android GPS India (Uttarakhand) Uttarakhand CV 19 Tracking System Government Android GPS Indonesia PeduliLindungi (Care and Protect) Government Android Bluetooth and GPS Kyrgyzstan Stop COVID-19 KG Government Android GPS Malaysia Gerak Malaysia Government Both Unknown Malaysia MySejahtera Government Both Unknown Malaysia MyTrace Government Both Unknown Philippines (Cebu) WeTrace Government- Private Both GPS ESCAP/CICTSTI/2020/1 6 B20-00447 Country Application name Initiated by Government or private sector iOS/ Android Bluetooth/ Global Positioning System (GPS) Singapore TraceTogether Government Both Bluetooth Singapore Contact Tracer Private Android GPS Republic of Korea Corona 100m Private Android GPS Republic of Korea COVID-19 Epidemiological Investigation Support System Government- private Both GPS Thailand Thai Chana Government Both Scan a QR code Thailand Mor Chana Government- Private Both Bluetooth and GPS United States SafePaths Private Both GPS United States Contact Tracer Private Android Bluetooth and GPS United States HEALTHLYNKED COVID-19 Tracker Private Both GPS United States Contact Tracing Private Both Bluetooth and GPS United States Care19 Private Both GPS United Kingdom NHS COVID -19 Government- Private Android Bluetooth Sources: Malaysian Reserve, “Three major apps to trace COVID-19”, 12 May 2020; Republic of Korea, Flattening the Curve on COVID-19: How Korea Responded to a Pandemic Using ICT (Seoul, 2020); Mongkol Bangprapa, “’Thai Chana’ fakes phish for user data”, Bangkok Post, 26 May 2020; and Samuel Woodhams, “COVID-19 digital rights tracker”, TOP10VPN, 10 June 2020. 13. (...) Working with information and communications technology (ICT) regulators and mobile network operators, a data pipeline that enables the extraction of actionable information on mobility patterns and human behaviour was established; full support and training is provided remotely. (...) The advantage of such an approach is that a country can quickly mobilize national resources. During a pandemic, speed is of the essence.
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Score: 1784285.2 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...DS=ESCAP/CICTSTI/2020/1&Lang=E
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TOWARDS THE 2020 POPULATION AND HOUSING CENSUS
In order to generate the application for Windows, the Electron framework was used, and for the Android operating system version, the Apache Cordova. 23. (...) The Census Administrator will be used in the Enumeration operation as well as in the Verification and Post-enumeration, and it was developed with Embarcadero RAD Studio 10.2.2 Tokyo, Architect version, a native multi-platform and multi-device Windows / Android / iOS development tool that includes the FireMonkey module which allows compiling the same programming code for Windows and Android platforms. 29. (...) The technologies used allow the manipulation of digital cartography in GeoJSON format using the Leaflet map handler, which provides special functions for mobile devices. Routines are used to generate questionnaires loaded in SQLite, lightweight mobile database, and through an application server programmed in Delphi Tokyo of Embarcadero Rad Studio, they are compiled for Android and for Windows, obtaining multiplatform responsive interfaces.
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Score: 1667581.2 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...S=ECE/CES/GE.41/2018/19&Lang=E
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ENCRYPTION AND ANONYMITY FOLLOW-UP REPORT : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
It has also become industry practice for manufacturers of computers, laptops, mobile phones and other Internet-connected devices to equip them with built-in encryption tools that secure the data stored on or transmitted by them. (...) In recent years, messaging apps have also been developed into broad, multifaceted platforms that enable mobile payments, e-commerce, gaming, and status updates. (...) A/HRC/38/35/Add.5 10 A closer look at Signal, a non-profit messaging app Signal is a secure mobile and desktop messaging application that enables users to exchange end-to-end encrypted text, audio, and video messages.
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Score: 1596292.4 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...en&DS=A/HRC/38/35/ADD.5&Lang=E
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THE ISSUES OF ENSURING THE PROTECTION OF PRIMARY DATA IN THE IMPLEMENTATION OF TECHNOLOGICAL INNOVATIONS IN THE POPULATION CENSUS
In addition, navigating from any page to the site’s homepage produced a poor quality, mobile text version that was heavily simplified. (...) • How will the security of data stored in personal computers be ensured? 32. Android, a widely distributed free-of-charge operating system which has been successfully used by the Federal State Statistics Service in its surveys since 2012, is slated for installation on the personal computers for the 2020 population census. 33. In accordance with the national requirements for the protection of mobile equipment used in government computer systems, in addition to the basic Android operating system, the tablets will be equipped with a separate Android protection system: ECE/CES/GE.41/2017/8 GE.17-11637 7 (a) that does not allow the installation of third-party, unauthorized software without the consent of the Federal State Statistics Service; (b) that makes it possible to work without a connection and without Bluetooth and Wi-Fi wireless networks; (c) that ensures the confidentiality of the information on the population. 34.
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Score: 1530368.5 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...DS=ECE/CES/GE.41/2017/8&Lang=E
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DEVELOPMENT OF TOPONYM DATA ACQUISITION SYSTEM IN INDONESIA
The application runs on Android -based mobile phones, and its purpose is to help to collect toponym data from the field.
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Score: 1474382.8 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...t?open&DS=E/CONF.105/85&Lang=E
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IMPACT OF SELECTED E-SERVICES ON SOCIOECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT IN THE ARAB REGION
It will cover e-government and e-commerce, in addition to software applications used on mobile devices, so-called “mobile apps”, even though they are not mentioned in the Plan of Action. The widespread use of smartphones and tablets has ushered in a new era of mobile apps development. Mobile apps have the potential to enhance the quality, availability and delivery of all other e-services and can support sustainable development in all fields. (...) This strongly suggests that mobile broadband will be the technology driving access to the Internet in the Arab region, especially given the above-average mobile telephony penetration rate.
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Score: 1466516.7 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...&DS=E/ESCWA/ICTD/2013/2&Lang=E
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THE DEVELOPMENT OF A GEOGRAPHICAL NAME INFORMATION SYSTEM TO ACCELERATE GEOGRAPHICAL NAME STANDARDIZATION IN INDONESIA :SUMMARY
GEGN.2/2021/34 22 February 2021 Original: English 21-02421 (E) 260221 *2102421* United Nations Group of Experts on Geographical Names 2021 session Virtual, 3–7 May 2021 Item 14 of the provisional agenda* Toponymic data files and gazetteers The development of a geographical name information system to accelerate geographical name standardization in Indonesia Summary** SAKTI (Sistem Akuisisi Data Toponim Indonesia), an application developed for the Android operating platform, was initially developed by the Geospatial Information Agency (Badan Informasi Geospasial) in 2016 for the acquisition of geographical names data in Indonesia. (...) GEGN.2/2021/34 21-02421 2/2 Recently, the Geospatial Information Agency developed the Gegas and @lit mobile applications. Gegas integrates a 360-degree camera, which it uses for data acquisition on a moving vehicle or a platform.
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Score: 1428970.4 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...?open&DS=GEGN.2/2021/34&Lang=E
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COMMUNICATION PLAN FOR THE EIGHT ENVIRONMENT FOR EUROPE MINISTERIAL CONFERENCE
., notebooks, pens, bags, shirts, badges, brochures, flags) May/June 2016 (host country) (host country) — Host country in consultation with ECE Development of a mobile phone application (app) for iPhone a and Android a Conference attendees, journalists, other stakeholders To facilitate the accessibility and organization of the Conference, and to assist attendees in easily obtaining Mobile phone app for iPhone and Android May 2016, with the app being launched at least two weeks in advance of the Conference (host country) (host country) — E C E /C E P /2 0 1 5 /1 3 8 Responsible partner Activity Target group Goal Tool Time frame/ deadline Estimated resource requirements (US$) Total cost (source) Resources available (source) Balance required schedule and location information as well as relevant information about the city of Batumi At the Batumi Ministerial Conference Host country Providing a local photographer to take pictures thought the Conference and related events organized on the margins of the Conference All participants To enhance the media materials produced as well as post them on the website of the Conference Photographs June 2016 (host country) (host country) — ECE and the host country in cooperation with the EfE partners Workshop for journalists Journalists To raise awareness Half-day workshop in Batumi; attendance and reporting at the Conference 7 June 2016 40,000 (ECE, provided funds are made available by interested EfE stakeholders to support the travel, accommodation and meals of journalists from eligible countries) b — 40,000 E C E /C E P /2 0 1 5 /1 3 9 Responsible partner Activity Target group Goal Tool Time frame/ deadline Estimated resource requirements (US$) Total cost (source) Resources available (source) Balance required ECE and the host country in cooperation with EfE partners Issue daily reports/highlights (without pictures, which will be taken by a local photographer) of the Conference (in English only) Journalists, participants To highlight the key issues and outcomes of the Conference Daily reports/ highlights (IISD could be contracted for this activity) During the Conference 26,500 for preparing Conference highlights (ECE) 36,500 for daily reports and Conference highlights (ECE) — 26,500 or 36,500 Host country and ECE in cooperation with EfE partners Press conference at the end of the Conference Journalists To highlight the outcomes of the Conference Press conference 10 June 2016 Space and organization to be provided by the host country (host country) — Host country and EfE stakeholders in consultation with ECE Exhibitions All participants To showcase work related to the Conference themes Exhibition stands c At the Conference Space and organization to be provided by the host country (host country) — Host country and ECE with support from all stakeholders Making the Conference climate neutral to the greatest extent All participants To minimize the impact on the environment related to the organization of the Conference By compensating for the emission of carbon dioxide (CO2) and other greenhouse gases produced by the Conference (e.g., by supporting recycling and renewable energy projects, offsetting CO2 Before and during the conference To be determined (to be calculated depending on the number of participants.
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Score: 1367469.6 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...open&DS=ECE/CEP/2015/13&Lang=E
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INFORMATION ON THE BUREAU AND RAPPORTEURS MEETINGS HELD IN 2015 AND 2016
• The delegation of Australia is developing an app version of the disease guide (IOs, Android and Windows). Future work and other business The section has the following ongoing work: • Guide to Seed Potato Tuber Inspection • Risk-based inspections • Guide to Operating a Seed Potato Certification Service • Specialized Section’s website • Sample sizes • Physiology • PCR techniques for virus testing • Promotion of the Standard • Capacity-building activities • Including a survey of interested parties The following topics were proposed for addition to the work of the Specialized Section • Ask ESCAA to conduct a review of the EU schemes to update the tables of participating country schemes. (...) • The delegation of Australia gave an update on converting the Tuber Disease Guide into a mobile device app (Windows, Android and Apple).
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Score: 1357261.5 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...E/CTCS/WP.7/GE.6/2016/3&Lang=E
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FOLLOW UP TO THE CES 2013 SEMINAR
As a consequence the market of mobile devices is strongly expanding since some years, and users expect that organisations such as Eurostat offer at least some dedicated information and functionalities for mobile devices. It is then expected that mobile applications (apps) will attract a growing number of users and are therefore increasingly important for Eurostat's image. 18. Eurostat has so far released two native apps (Country Profiles app for Apple and Android devices and EU economy for Apple) around the beginning of 2012 and end of 2013. 19.
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Score: 1355878 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...open&DS=ECE/CES/2014/33&Lang=E
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