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10 minutes ADS-C Voice Reporting where justified ADS-C Voice Reporting where justified ADS-C Reduced number of Voice Reporting Remote ??? (...) SSR where implemented PSR where justified WAM (trials) ADS-B (Trials) SSR where implemented PSR where justified WAM (gradually) ADS-B (gradually) WAM (supplemental) ADS-B (primarily) Type 2 ??? (...) SSR where implemented PSR where justified WAM (trials) ADS-B (Trials) SSR where implemented PSR where justified WAM (gradually) ADS-B (gradually) WAM (supplemental) ADS-B (primarily) Type 2 ???
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Score: 913269.1 - https://www.icao.int/WACAF/Doc.../CNS_SG4/docs/wp19_appc_en.pdf
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10 minutes ADS-C Voice Reporting where justified ADS-C Voice Reporting where justified ADS-C Reduced number of Voice Reporting Remote ??? (...) SSR where implemented PSR where justified WAM (trials) ADS-B (Trials) SSR where implemented PSR where justified WAM (gradually) ADS-B (gradually) WAM (supplemental) ADS-B (primarily) Type 2 ??? (...) SSR where implemented PSR where justified WAM (trials) ADS-B (Trials) SSR where implemented PSR where justified WAM (gradually) ADS-B (gradually) WAM (supplemental) ADS-B (primarily) Type 2 ???
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Score: 913269.1 - https://www.icao.int/WACAF/Doc...rveillance%20Strategy-Plan.pdf
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No: ICC-02/05-01/20 1/2 23 November 2020 ANNEX ICC-02/05-01/20-433-Corr-Anx 23-11-2021 1/2 EC T No: ICC-02/05-01/20 2/2 23 November 2020 Explanatory Note Following the detection of typographical errors, a corrected version of filing ICC- 02/05-01/20-433 was filed. The Chamber has:  replaced the mention of ‘52’ persons with the mention of ‘51’ persons and added the phrase ‘and surrounding areas’ in relation to counts 2 and 3 on pages 67-68;  replaced the mention of ‘13’ Fur women and girls with the mention of ‘16’ Fur women and girls in relation to counts 8 and 9 on page 68; and  added the phrase ‘and surrounding areas’ in relation to count 11 on page 68.
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Score: 912542.7 - https://www.icc-cpi.int/sites/...elatedRecords/CR2021_10737.PDF
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These flags are given below: “0100 1101 1110 0001” (4d e1) “0001 1001 1101 0010 1110 1000” (19 d2 e8) “0001 0111 1000 1010 1100 1110 1001 1000” (17 8a ce 98). 3.1.2 Flag detection One fundamental property of the synchronization flags used in this Annex is that they have auto-correlations offering good detection properties, and the cross correlation between the flags and their complements exhibit the same strong detection properties in the negative direction. (...) The receiver shall decide that a flag has been detected, when the output of the correlator is either equal to or greater than CT, or if the output is less than or equal to -CT. (...) However the last bit may be used for extra error-detection capability. The SEBCH-codes may reduce error correction capability for increasing error detection capability. 3.4.2 The Extended Golay (24,12,8) Code The Golay (23,12,7) code is a perfect code and in itÕs conventional form may be generated by one of two generator polynomials; G = 1 + X + X5 + X6 + X7 + X9 + X11 and G = 1 + X2 + X4 + X5 + X6 + X10 + X11 The code may be extended by adding an overall parity (even overall parity) check bit to produce a rate 1/2 code.
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Score: 912460.6 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...Cmobile/documents/h223b_02.doc
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ICAO guidance material on to use MLAT and ADS-B to support ATS implementation (Cir 326) 4. (...) Minimize the adverse environmental effects of civil aviation activities 1 INTRODUCTION 1.1 KCAA has embarked on implementation of MLAT system that is expected to operate independently for detections of aircraft/vehicles and vehicles on the maneuvering area (runway, Taxiways and Apron) at the following airports;  Moi International Airport (MIA) - Mombasa  Wilson APIRG/23– IP/12 -2-  Kisumu  Malindi 1.2 The system is expected to enhance provision of ATM in a variety of applications, from “radar-like” air traffic control purpose to enhanced situational awareness of surface movements by aerodrome controllers. (...) APIRG/23– IP/12 -3- 2.10 MLAT provides operational improvements by addressing some of the limitations of traditional radar surveillance system, reduce controller workload and provide benefits in the areas of safety, capacity, efficiency and environmental impact, thus contributing to the overall ANS objectives. 2.11 In future, cost savings will also be achieved from the implementation of an MLAT and ADS-B based surveillance system rather than the life cycle expenses associated with installing, maintaining, and extending existing radar-based surveillance systems. 2.12 To ensure safety in the use MLAT within Kenya, the following procedure shall be adopted by controllers;  Use the MLAT surveillance information for situation awareness ONLY.  CONFIRM with the pilot/vehicle operator if identity provided by the MLAT system is inconsistent with the strip.  Request pilot/vehicle operator to CHANGE the SSR code in event of detection of duplicated identity.  DATCO shall REPORT all failures pertaining to MLAT display & erroneous data information.  DATCO shall ensure CORRECT MAP display at all times (including aircraft stands). 2.13 Antennae location at Moi International Airport – Mombasa APIRG/23– IP/12 -4- 3 ACTION BY THE MEETING 3.1 The meeting is invited to: a) Take note of the progress made by Kenya in the implementation of MLAT system to provide Gate to Gate surveillance. b) Urge States that have not deployed SMRs at manned airports consider deployment of MLAT as a low cost solution that will facilitate Gate to Gate surveillance so to enable seamless surveillance in AFI.
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Score: 909626.9 - https://www.icao.int/ESAF/Docu...23_KCAA%20MLAT%20%28Eng%29.pdf
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The absence of any new cases for a continuous 20-day (as of April 28) period is an encouraging indicator that appropriate detection and protection measures, as recommended by the WHO, are able to contain outbreaks and prevent their further spread. (...) “Viet Nam has effectively worked in partnership with other governments, WHO and WHO’s partners to stop its outbreak of SARS,” says David Heymann, the Executive Director of the WHO’s Communicable Diseases Cluster, adding, “we are pleased that other countries in the region with local transmission of SARS are also following appropriate detection and protection measures, and cooperating with each other to do so.” In a recent public address, the WHO’s Director-General, Dr Gro Harlem Brundtland, observed that the situation with SARS is at a stage where “we have a chance to contain it”. But, she added, efforts by countries need to be kept up and preventive-measures implemented diligently.  
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Score: 909626.9 - https://www.who.int/news/item/28-04-2003-viet-nam-sars-free
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WHO asks countries in South-East Asia Region to be vigilant as cases surge globally and new Variant of Concern is detected 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 / WHO asks countries in South-East Asia Region to be vigilant as cases surge globally and new Variant of Concern is detected WHO asks countries in South-East Asia Region to be vigilant as cases surge globally and new Variant of Concern is detected 27 November 2021 Highlights Media Contacts Shamila Sharma Public Information and Advocacy Officer WHO South-East Asia Regional Office Mobile: +919818287256 Email: [email protected] SEAR/PR/ 1774 New Delhi, 27 November 2021 –   In view of surge in COVID-19 cases elsewhere globally and detection of new variant of concern Omicron, the World Health Organization today appealed to countries in South-East Asia Region to scale up surveillance, strengthen public health and social measures, and enhance vaccination coverage. (...) “As of today 31% of the Region’s population is fully vaccinated, 21% partially vaccinated while nearly 48%, or about a billion people are yet to receive even a single dose of the COVID-19 vaccine,” she said, adding that they continue to be at risk of contracting severe disease due to the virus and spreading it further.
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Score: 909260.9 - https://www.who.int/nepal/news...variant-of-concern-is-detected
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FAO and MammalNet joint app helps detect African swine fever in wild boar FAO.org english Русский FAO Regional Office for Europe and Central Asia About us Regional Initiatives Knowledge sharing News Events Resources Programmes and projects Partners FAO and MammalNet joint app helps detect African swine fever in wild boar African swine fever (ASF) can spread through several routes, including via the natural movement of wild boar. (...) Therefore, testing deceased wild boar for the presence of the ASF virus is the most reliable way to early detect (and react to) the disease in these populations. (...) To this end, FAO joined forces with the MammalNet project team, in adding new features to their free mobile application, iMammalia, to report wild boar carcasses in the Balkans and beyond.
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Score: 909260.9 - https://www.fao.org/europe/news/detail-news/en/c/1304755/
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The issues noted previously by the committee, including refusal by individuals and communities to accept vaccination, and problems with politicization of the national polio program are still being addressed.  Added pressure is now on the program due to confirmation of detection of cVDPV2 in several provinces (see below). (...) TEMPORARY RECOMMENDATIONS States infected with WPV1, cVDPV1 or cVDPV3 with potential risk of international spread WPV1 Afghanistan   (most recent detection 10 November 2019)  Pakistan        (most recent detection 12 November 2019) Nigeria          (most recent detection 27 September 2016)            cVDPV1 Indonesia     (most recent detection 13 February 2019) Malaysia      (most recent detection 26 October 2019) Myanmar      (most recent detection 9 August 2019) Philippines   (most recent detection 28 October 2019) These countries should: Officially declare, if not already done, at the level of head of state or government, that the interruption of poliovirus transmission is a national public health emergency and implement all required measures to support polio eradication; where such declaration has already been made, this emergency status should be maintained as long as the response is required. (...) States infected with cVDPV2s, with potential or demonstrated risk of international spread   Angola             (most recent detection 21 October 2019) Benin               (most recent detection 15 October 2019) Cameroon       (most recent detection 20 April 2019) CAR                 (most recent detection 6 October 2019) Chad                (most recent detection 9 September 2019) Cote d’Ivoire    (most recent detection 26 September 2019) China               (most recent detection 25 April 2019) DR Congo       (most recent detection 26 October 2019) Ethiopia           (most recent detection 9 September 2019) Ghana             (most recent detection 8 November 2019) Mozambique   (most recent detection 17 December 2018) Niger               (most recent detection 3 April 2019) Nigeria            (most recent detection 9 October 2019) Pakistan         (most recent detection 27 November 2019) Philippines     (most recent detection 25 October 2019) Somalia         (most recent detection 10 November 2019) Togo              (most recent detection 16 October 2019) Zambia          (most recent detection 25 September 2019)   These countries should: Officially declare, if not already done, at the level of head of state or government, that the interruption of poliovirus transmission is a national public health emergency and implement all required measures to support polio eradication; where such declaration has already been made, this emergency status should be maintained.
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Score: 908736.4 - https://www.who.int/news/item/...rnational-spread-of-poliovirus
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Equipage rate is growing for Mode S, airborne collision avoidance system (ACAS) and ADS-B OUT. ADS-B OUT, Version 2 also provides ACAS RA DOWNLINK information. (...) MID Surveillance Plan Page 10 of 12  Bahrain has implemented ADS-B for Vehicle Tracking purpose.  Bahrain, Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Sudan and UAE have installed SSR Mode S.  Saudi Arabia is using Combined PSR/MSSR and standalone MSSR Mode S in major TMAs to ensure adequate level of surveillance redundancy and identification of all flights;  UAE issued ADS-B/Out carriage Mandate as of 01 January 2020, ADS-B IN capability shall not be carried unless approved by the GCAA.Saudi Arabia issued ADS-B/Out carriage Mandate as of 01 January 2023 for all airspace users flying in Class A, B, C, D and E.  Other ICAO Regions/States mandated carriage of ADS-B; Australia, Europe and United States (FAA) in 2020.  Several ADS-B mandates worldwide may accelerate the ADS-B equipage. (...) Each A-SMGCS system is composed of: 1) an SMR system, 2) a network of MLAT and ADS-B ground Stations with required central processing and monitoring systems. 8- SURVEILLANCE PLAN 8.1 Short Term (2020 – 2024)  Make full use of SSR Mode ‘S’ capabilities, reduce reliance on 4-digit octal code.  States to consider emerging dependent Surveillance technologies (ADS-B and MLAT) in their National Surveillance Plans.  Non-cooperative Surveillance radars maybe retained for Airports and approach services based on States operational needs (detection drones with large Radar Cross Section (RCS), detection of non-equipped vehicle,…,etc).  ADS-B/Out Implementation: 1- Prioritize ADS-B/Out implementation in areas where there is no radar coverage surveillance. 2- State shall conduct safety assessment for ADS-B/ MLAT implementation as per Reference [6]. 3- The proportions of equipped aircraft are critical for the ADS-B deployment.
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Score: 908180.7 - https://www.icao.int/MID/Docum...n%20Surveillance%20Plan_v2.pdf
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