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Each expert is therefore asked to declare any interests that could constitute a real, potential or apparent conflict of interest, with respect to his/her involvement in the meeting or work, between (1) commercial entities and the participant personally, and (2) commercial entities and the administrative unit with which the participant has an employment relationship. (...) Assessment and outcome The information submitted by you will be used to assess whether the declared interests constitute an appreciable real, potential or apparent conflict of interest. (...) I hereby declare that the disclosed information is correct and that no other situation of real, potential or apparent conflict of interest is known to me.
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Score: 1182968.75 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...R/Declaration_of_interests.pdf
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ITU-T H.430.4 is the first a real event scene as input, could not process and to specify the technical aspect of ILE including how show images in real-time, or did not have a real- to transport additional information such as 3D time transport system to send the necessary positions of objects in synchronization with the content to remote sites. audio and visual stream. (...) demonstrated its ability to realize • Watch the event from a remote place in real immersive experiences. time. 3.1 Kirari! • Feel the event as if it is happening right there, with a considerably higher sense of realism. (...) These technologies can realize ILE if the sensations of real events are transported and reproduced in real-time along with video and audio.
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Score: 1171830.7 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica...1/files/basic-html/page56.html
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Real imports expanded nowhere faster than in this region. (...) Exports rose by some 6 per cent and imports by approximately 11 per cent in real terms. Real export growth was about the same as in 2003 and much higher than in 2001 and 2002. (...) The pick-up in Europe’s merchandise trade played an important part in the recovery of world merchandise trade, as the region accounts for about 46 per cent of global trade (exports and imports of merchandise and commercial services combined). Europe nevertheless recorded the lowest real merchandise import growth rate among all regions, a reflection of weak demand growth.
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Score: 1152840 - https://www.wto.org/english/re...ooksp_e/anrep_e/wtr05-1a_e.pdf
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Recommendations and conclusions 13.1 Recommendations The following recommendations are proposed for ITU consideration: • That there are a range of existing technologies and infrastructure which can support the establishment of real-time data streaming capabilities from operating aircraft. • Note that this Report contains a significant amount of material that can be considered under the responsibility of the Radiocommunication Sector (ITU-R) and is indeed currently being studied in ITU-R Study Groups 4 and 5. • Note that this Report represents a valuable baseline of real-time data streaming capabilities and the content is relevant to many aspects of current safety improvements associated with flight tracking and real-time data streaming. • Ensure that the various related working group committees are supplied with a copy of this Report to support the various aspects related to improving aviation safety. • Once GADSS performance based requirements are defined for flight data streaming, further work will be required regarding the assessment of aircraft types and current equipage levels, which level of global service coverage is needed, which data volumes may be sent and which bandwidth is needed – and assess worst case needs (i.e. the bandwidth needed). • Explore the significant range of operational, regulatory, technology and commercial aspects of the findings documented. This is work which could be conducted subject to the views of ITU. • Commence work to define or develop future solutions for data streaming which could reduce the consequences associated with aircraft operating in abnormal circumstances, using this Report as the baseline of existing capabilities. • Consider the material contained in this Report in further developing related activities and relevant Reports/Recommendations under the scope of concerned ITU study groups. • Further work is required to establish real-time data streaming performance parameters or standards, and these values or parameters are likely to be selected based on the anticipated ICAO SARPs for GADSS. 13.2 Conclusions This Report examines the feasibility of using recent developments in commercial aeronautical data link services, as well as reusing existing infrastructure, for real-time flight data streaming where appropriate. (...) The analysis conducted also suggests that the original concept of black box in the cloud is a limiting term in that real-time streaming has a broader relevance and meaning, as there are a variety of technology solutions that could be implemented.
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Score: 1149758.9 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica...S/files/basic-html/page32.html
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The Expert Dialogue was motivated by the events surrounding Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 which highlighted the urgent need to revisit the approach towards the availability of location and other flight data of commercial aircraft in flight. Global Real-time Flight Tracking Participants took note of the preliminary report on MH370 by the Chief Inspector of Air Accidents, Ministry of Transport, Malaysia dated 9 April 2014 and its safety recommendation addressed to the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) to examine the safety benefits of introducing a standard for real-time tracking of commercial aircraft. (...) It was suggested by some participants that if flight data was stored on standards-based aviation clouds interested parties could apply state-of-the-art data analytics and data mining techniques in real-time which could lead to better informed travelers, as well as greater operational and environmental efficiency of commercial aircraft. (...) Participation at the Expert Dialogue on Real-time Monitoring of Flight Data Participants appreciated the constructive discussions, identified future proposed actions, and confirmed a desire to contribute towards the goal of real-time tracking and real-time monitoring of flight data.
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Score: 1148247.6 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/W...pdial/Documents/communique.pdf
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Structure of the Report This Report covers two major areas as indicated below: i) The feasibility of using recent developments in commercial aeronautical data link services: this covers recent developments from various commercial broadband technologies and services for the aeronautical environment. ii) Reusing existing infrastructure for real-time flight data streaming where appropriate: this covers the various existing aviation satellite technologies and services (safety and non-safety purposes) as being provided currently to the aviation community and its potential to support real-time flight data streaming. 4. (...) Definitions A central consolidation of acronyms and definitions has been produced (see WG5 deliverable). 6. Real-time transmission Real-time transmission of various data from the aircraft has become a significant focus for global aviation safety authorities. (...) This Report examines the feasibility of using recent developments in commercial aeronautical data link services, as well as reusing existing infrastructure, for real-time flight data streaming where appropriate.
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Score: 1147010.2 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica...S/files/basic-html/page12.html
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These SMART cables will incorporate small external sensor packages to transmit real-time environmental data without any impact on commercial traffic. (...)  Over 200 operating fiber optic undersea cables carry 95% of the transoceanic voice and data AN UNEXPLOITED COMMERCIALIZATION OPPORTUNITY traffic. Urgent societal need for real-time environmental data can be met by developing and  Demand has been for additional cables, improved multiplexing, and faster communication. marketing SMART (“green”, “dual-purpose”) cables (SMART = Science Monitoring And Resilient  Underwater cables carried 51 billion gigabytes/month in 2013 – projected to be 132 billion Telecommunications). gigabytes by 2017.  Subsea telecommunications industry can exploit a new era of opportunity and commercialization by progressively building a subsea cable network, equipped with sensors 3 Movable and deployable ICT resource delivering key real-time environmental data (climate and sea level change, and warnings for tsunamis and submarine slope failures). units (MDRU) for disaster relief  This SMART cable concept is advocated by Joint Task Force (JTF) of the UN’s International Telecommunication Union (ITU), the World Meteorological Organization (WMO), and SMART SUBSEA CABLE SYSTEMS Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission (IOC) of UNESCO. (...) SUMMARY  SMART cable systems will generate real-time data across ocean basins and coastal areas, dramatically improving early warning systems, mitigating loss of life, damage, and costs.
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Score: 1130293.4 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica...t/files/basic-html/page28.html
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Microsoft Word - Abstract.doc IMPLEMENTATION OF THE MTG IN THE REAL NETWORK PROJECT Jakov Stojanovic, Ph. D, Network Planning Centre, Radio Network Optimisation Group Manager, Mobtel Serbia, Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro Milan Gospic, Senior Support Engineer, Ericsson d.o.o., Serbia and Montenegro The paper presents some operator and vendor (Ericsson) experiences in implementation of the Mid Term Guidelines (MTG) on the smooth transition of existing mobile networks to IMT – 2000 for developing countries in real network project in Serbia and Montenegro for the first mobile operator Mobtel, the leading mobile telecommunications company in Serbia and Montenegro. (...) Finally, the paper discusses pre-commercial trial WCDMA/UMTS network as a step in transition of existing GSM/GPRS/EDGE network to IMT-2000. (...) All new network elements are integrated in the existing commercial network, but the trial WCDMA/UMTS network is not used as a commercial network.
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Score: 1115943 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/tech...203/DamascusAbstract_3_3_3.pdf
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Study future routing Session 3: Keynote Session 2 (Fred Baker) Takeaways and Conclusions Learn from past mistakes Red team employ adversary viewpoints Internet is a commercial service but it did not start as one IPv6 is a real business case due to address scarcity First mover advantage must exist for any ISP deploying Suggestions to FG NET2030 Consider IPv6 for NW2030 Scale is the most important (and only real) problem Document the old mistakes? Session 3: Keynote Session 2 (Fred Baker) Takeaways and Conclusions Commercial service: Focus on creating new Internet of 2030 as a commercially and operationally viable service; consider service provider networks which mostly have IPv6. (...) Session 4: Service Providers’ Perspective Takeaways and Conclusions Human interaction is boundaryless (real-digital, producer-consumer) Everybody is centre of (their own) story Personal experiences stored Higher security through QKD Security is harder since it’s all SW Cognition is key for future networks Applications for joint front/backhaul CrowdRAN Suggestions to FG NET2030  Interactions between human and machines -> requirements, concerns Data privacy concerns through interactions SW security AI/ML-based network management Session 5: Architecture, Technology and Solutions​ Takeaways and Conclusions Balance between ICT and economic/social issues is required.
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Score: 1111209.1 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/s.../Outcomes_Workshop_NET2030.pdf
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The processes, algorithms and information technology (IT)-systems for real-time flight data monitoring are currently not available and need to be developed. 4.3 Deliverable 4 This initial Report examines the feasibility of using recent developments in commercial aeronautical data link services, as well as reusing existing infrastructure, for real-time flight data streaming where appropriate. (...) In addition, there is a commercial evolution path with new technologies that are being progressed which also are consistent with the findings of ATTF and GADSS. The analysis conducted also suggests that the original concept of black box in the cloud is a limiting term in that real-time streaming has a broader relevance and meaning as there are a variety of technology solutions that could be implemented.
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Score: 1108978.7 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica...s/files/basic-html/page23.html
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