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• Processes to identify risks related to ADS, incl. their assessment, categorization and treatment • Processes to verify that the risks identified are appropriately managed and to ensure that the risk assessment is kept current • Processes to monitor the ADS in the field in order to detect and respond to safety issues • Processes to monitor rules of the road/road traffic legislation of countries/regions where an ADS is operated or intended to operate, to detect and respond to changes in order to maintain compliance with such legal aspects Validation & Verification Field monitoring & response Risk assessment & treatment • Processes to validate the safety, especially operational and functional safety related to ADS/ADS-Features • Processes to validate & verify the performance of ADS-Features and their integration/interactions in the ADS Processes covering the development, production and post-production/in- use phase and the entire supply chain to manage the safety, especially operational and functional safety, and security related to ADS 4 Public 5 Automated Driving Management System Validation & Verification Field monitoring & response Risk assessment & treatment Processes ADMS How to organize these processes efficiently? Public 6 ADS Field monitoring & response Validation & Verification How can these processes be used to certify an ADS? (...) Public 10 Waypoint/Destination Selection* Lateral and Longitudinal Motion Control* Object and Event Detection and Response* The ADSV² scope covers the Dynamic Driving Task (DDT) and a possible transfer of control between the ADS and other entities (if applicable).
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Score: 958376.6 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul.../files/2021-01/GRVA-09-10e.pdf
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PowerPoint Presentation eTIR international system Status of progress TIR Secretariat – GE.1 31st, 10-11 March 2020 ▪ Achievements ▪ Implementation of all Internal/External messages ▪ Development of an automated non-regression testing system ▪ In Progress ▪ Raising issues with v4.2 of the eTIR specifications ▪ Review of the eTIR Database ▪ Non-repudiation system ▪ Focus on our development practices ▪ Continuous Integration (CI) pipeline ▪ Static code analysis ▪ Our Knowledge Management System (KMS) ▪ Next priorities ▪ Upgrade the implementation of the I/E messages to v4.3 ▪ Continue writing the documentation for the Customs Authorities Outline 2 ▪ All messages of the eTIR Specifications v4.1 are implemented ▪ Notifications are still under tests to cover all scenarios ▪ E7/E8: notification from eTIR to the Guarantee Chain ▪ I15/I16: notification from eTIR to the Customs Authorities ▪ Ad-hoc manual tests are performed ▪ Automated unit and non-regression tests to be done Achievements Implementation of all Internal/External messages 3 ▪ Series of tests verifying typical and edge use cases automatically on a periodic basis ▪ 141 tests so far. Will improve the test suite by including: ▪ Pertinent ad-hoc tests ▪ Tests verifying that detected problems are corrected Achievements Development of an automated non-regression testing system 4 Messages Number of tests Messages Number of tests Messages Numbers of tests I1/I2 11 I11/I12 15 E5/E6 13 I3/I4 8 I13/I14 11 E7/E8 TBD I5/I6 13 I15/I16 TBD E9/E10 12 I7/I8 14 E1/E2 13 I9/I10 13 E3/E4 18 ▪ While implementing the eTIR international system, some inconsistencies were found and several questions arose (20 so far) ▪ Each instance is logged and reviewed by the IT Team ▪ 4 of them are already resolved ▪ 3 of them are yet to be reviewed ▪ Most of them have to be reviewed by the GE.1 for guidance. (...) Posting build failures on MS Teams Focus on our development practices Continuous Integration (CI) pipeline 8 ▪ The objective is to continuously ensure a high quality of the source code ▪ Using SonarQube to set quality gates on several aspects: ▪ Security by detecting potential vulnerabilities ▪ Reliability by detecting potential bugs ▪ Maintainability by detecting code that can be improved ▪ Coverage by checking which proprortion of source code is tested ▪ Code duplication by detecting similar code which could be factorized ▪ Static code analysis does not detect all problems but is a powerful ally in striving to get the best source code possible Focus on our development practices Static code analysis 9 ▪ The objective is to secure institutional memory, quick training for newcomers and ensure backstopping among the IT team members ▪ Based on the Atlassian suite plus other tools: ▪ Confluence to produce and store our internal documentation ▪ JIRA to manage the project and our work breakdown structure ▪ Bamboo to manage the Continuous Integration (CI) pipeline ▪ Bitbucket to manage source code (using Git) ▪ Microsoft Teams for communication between the team members (including videoconference and remote assistance) Focus on our development practices Our Knowledge Management System (KMS) 10 ▪ Upgrade the implementation of the I/E messages to v4.3 ▪ Apply the changes brought by v4.2 ▪ Apply the amendments approved in v4.3 ▪ Create new tests (and adapt the current ones) in the non regression tests suite ▪ Continue writing the documentation for the Customs Authorities ▪ The format (PDF) and tools (AsciiDoc) have been selected ▪ Several documents shall be produced (by messages) ▪ The same content will also be integrated in the eTIR technical specifications ▪ Outputs from GEFEG.FX will be studied to determine the most effective ones to convey information for IT professionals Next priorities 11 Sébastien Galtier For the IT Team of the TIR Secretariat UNECE 10-11/03/2020, Genève Thank you!
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Score: 957378.8 - https://unece.org/DAM/trans/bc...cuments/2020/Galtier200310.pdf
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This is enabled by ADS-B, using 1090 MHz Extended Squitter. 2.3.3 Long term (until 2015-2025) The implementation of ADS-B ASAS situational awareness applications will require an additional airborne SDPS and display system. 2.4 Operational Drivers Timeframe En Route and TMA Airspace 2009 2010 2015 2025 Ground Based Position Calculation ADD provided to Ground Users Traffic situation picture presentation to Aircrew Integration of Airport and Airspace surveillance Preferred Routing and Real Time Traffic information to aircrew 4F - 6 Appendix F to the Report of Agenda Item 4 CNS/ATM/SG/1 Aerodrome Operations 2009 2010 2015 2025 Detection of all mobiles within the aerodrome area Automated Conflict Detection Presentation of Airport information to aircrew Conflict prediction tools for the aircrew Aircraft Systems 2009 2010 2015 2025 Mode S transponder capability ADS-B-out capability ASAS Separation 3. (...) ADS-B enables elementary and enhanced surveillance. (...) This service will normally exclude from transmission those aircraft broadcasting ADS-B messages  ADS-B validation service: This optional service compares aircraft ADS-B state vector data with surveillance data from ground-based sensors and broadcasts validation data  ADS-B rebroadcast service: The automatic rebroadcast of ADS-B messages received over one data link, translated directly onto other data links for the purpose of extending ADS-B connectivity to users of incompatible data links.
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Score: 956468.7 - https://www.icao.int/NACC/Docu...MSurveillanceStrategyV2-EN.pdf
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Squalene is present in the form of an emulsion and is added to make the vaccine more immunogenic. Squalene is being added to improve the efficacy of several experimental vaccines including pandemic flu and malaria vaccines which are being developed. Why is squalene added to vaccines? Squalene is a component of some adjuvants that are added to vaccines to enhance the immune response. MF59, an adjuvant produced by Novartis and added to the FLUAD flu vaccine, is such an example.
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Score: 952499.6 - https://www.who.int/vaccine_sa...lene/questions_and_answers/en/
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It also highlights the requirements to ensure robust processes are in place to detect, mitigate and stop sources of harmful interference to aviation GNSS systems. (...) Also ADS-B surveillance is being deployed throughout the region. (...) ATM SG/3-IP/4 - 2 - 1.4 As aviation becomes more reliant on satellite based systems requiring GNSS, the issues of managing any harmful GNSS interference also becomes a critical element of any implementation. 1.5 The purpose of this paper is to: • Highlight the importance of detecting and managing/mitigating incidences of harmful GNSS interference; and • Urge States to ensure proactive processes and procedures are in place involving all stakeholders to detect and address any instances of harmful GNSS interference Highlight the availability of ICAO guidance. 2.
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Score: 951218.2 - https://www.icao.int/MID/Documents/2017/ATM%20SG3/IP4.pdf
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South-East Asia Bangladesh Home Health topics Our work News Emergencies About us Home / News / Detail / Health surveillance in Cox’s Bazar: WHO’s diseases detectives Health surveillance in Cox’s Bazar: WHO’s diseases detectives 23 May 2018 Feature story Cox’s Bazar Nearly 1 million Rohingya refugees living in crowded conditions, with poor access to clean water and safe sanitation and with no vaccination history, makes it a population extremely vulnerable to many life threatening diseases and outbreaks. (...) WHO’s field epidemiology team from Cox’s bazar, also known as WHO’s diseases detectives, are the ones receiving and analysing all alerts of suspected cases coming from 155 health facilities in the camps. (...) This is an essential tool for detecting disease outbreaks quickly, before they spread, cost lives and become difficult to control.
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Score: 948822.7 - https://www.who.int/bangladesh...azar-who-s-diseases-detectives
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Implementing ADS-B 3.9 In order to realize the benefits of ADS-B, aircraft avionics need to be deployed and ground system provided. (...) This type of operation is known as ADS-broadcast (ADS-B). The result is an integrated surveillance concept that permits equipped aircraft to participate in ADS-B or SSR ground environments. (...) The active surveillance is used to validate the ADS-B reported position, and to take the place of ADS-B if an aircraft loses navigation capability.  o  Agenda Item 6: Review and update if required of the Surveillance Plan for the AFI Region Automatic Dependent Surveillance Broadcast Introduction Discussion Operational benefits Data link standards for ADS-B Implementing ADS-B Selection of ADS-B technology Action by the meeting SSR systems.pdf ACAS hybrid surveillance CDTI via extended squitter
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Score: 945956.6 - https://www.icao.int/WACAF/Doc...PIRG/afi_cnsatm_4/wp08_eng.pdf
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Habash, adding that the situation in child healthcare in West Bank is very good: “We have almost 100 percent immunization program, good compliance from families to have their children vaccinated. (...) Nevertheless, the early detection of children with developmental delays and disabilities is not part of our health program, although it is very important, I believe as a health specialist, this component should be integrated in our health program. ”, says Dr. (...) I believe that if we integrate this concept of early detection and then intervention, it will improve children’s health in general”, says Dr.
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Score: 945181.25 - https://www.unicef.org/sop/pre...rsectoral-ecd-and-eci-approach
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For the year 2012, and referred to the Canarias Airspace, SATMA has prepared the “Analysis of FANS services in the EUR/SAM corridor” based on records from the ADS/CPDLC System of the Canarias FIR (SACCAN). 2. (...) Finally, an example of a detected problem has been attached to this WP as Appendix B. (...) For instance, 32 occurrences were detected in February 2013 (17 times the current ATC data authorities were EUR/SAM Corridor Centers (Sal, Dakar and Atlantico), the other 15 times the current ATC data authority was another adjacent center).
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Score: 943768.4 - https://www.icao.int/WACAF/Doc...T_FIT8_SAT18/SATFIT_8/WP04.pdf
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Readiness is the key to detect, combat spread of the new coronavirus Global Regions WHO Regional websites Africa Americas South-East Asia Europe Eastern Mediterranean Western Pacific Countries Countries in the WHO South-East Asia Region: Bangladesh Bhutan Democratic People’s Republic of Korea India Indonesia Maldives Myanmar Nepal Sri Lanka Thailand Timor-Leste When autocomplete results are available use up and down arrows to review and enter to select. South-East Asia Nepal Home Health topics Our work News Emergencies About us Home / News / Detail / Readiness is the key to detect, combat spread of the new coronavirus Readiness is the key to detect, combat spread of the new coronavirus 27 January 2020 News release WHO SEAR New Delhi  - The World Health Organization South-East Asia has urged countries in the Region to remain vigilant and strengthen readiness to rapidly detect any case of importation of the new coronavirus and prevent its spread.   (...) As in the case of any new virus, much remains to be understood, the Regional Director said, adding that globally WHO has prepared interim guidance on case detection, testing, clinical management of cases, infection prevention and control during health care, home care for people suspected to have the virus, and guidance on reducing transmission.
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Score: 943738 - https://www.who.int/nepal/news...-spread-of-the-new-coronavirus
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