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Programme of Work 1. The main milestones of the Group include the following: (a) Conduct a scoping/needs assessment of road safety challenges posed by vehicle automation that an international legal instrument could adequately address and later to be used in an analysis of [needed complements to ] the 1949 and 1968 Conventions on Road Traffic. (...) [footnoteRef:2] Comment by MOLINA Marine: UK assumes the milestones dates are for delivery of the milestone. (...) Supported by Japan. Envisaged milestones: March 2022, September 2022, March 2023, September 2023.
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Score: 1192955.1 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul...ument%201%20GE.3-02-01r1e.docx
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Envisaged deadline: May 2023 (d) Reports to WP.1, not fewer than two per year (coinciding with the regular WP.1 sessions). Envisaged milestones: March 2022, September 2022, March 2023, September 2023. (...) UK feels it improves clarity. An alternative could be: “and an“ Sweden and Japan can support both alternatives Commented [MM2]: Sweden proposes to add “needed complements to” to clarify as this is task the of group Commented [MM3]: UK assumes the milestones dates are for delivery of the milestone. (...) The deadlines for milestones 1(a), (b) and (c) enable submission of formal documents to the following WP.1 meetings but the feedback to GE.3 can only be addressed in informal documents for the following GE.3 meeting.
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Score: 1192955.1 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul...cument%201%20GE.3-02-01r1e.pdf
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Programme of Work 1. The main milestones of the Group include the following: (a) Conduct a scoping/needs assessment of road safety challenges posed by vehicle automation that an international legal instrument could adequately address and later to be used in an analysis of [needed complements to ] the 1949 and 1968 Conventions on Road Traffic. (...) [footnoteRef:2] Comment by MOLINA Marine: UK assumes the milestones dates are for delivery of the milestone. (...) Supported by JP. Envisaged milestones: March 2022, September 2022, March 2023, September 2023.
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Score: 1186070.4 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul...document%201%20GE.3-02-01.docx
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Envisaged deadline: May 2023 (d) Reports to WP.1, not fewer than two per year (coinciding with the regular WP.1 sessions). Envisaged milestones: March 2022, September 2022, March 2023, September 2023. (...) UK feels it improves clarity. An alternative could be: “and an“ SI and JP can support both alternatives MOLINA Marine SE proposes to add “needed complements to” to clarify as this is task the of GE.3 MOLINA Marine UK assumes the milestones dates are for delivery of the milestone. (...) The deadlines for milestones 1(a), (b) and (c) enable submission of formal documents to the following WP.1 meetings but the feedback to GE.3 can only be addressed in informal documents for the following GE.3 meeting.
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Score: 1186070.4 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul...0document%201%20GE.3-02-01.pdf
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From all possible sources Emissions trading + Our Vision Is for carbon neutral growth Leading to a zero carbon emissions future + 7 IATA alternative fuels position IATA recognizes that aircraft are long-lived assets and will be using kerosene and/or kerosene type fuels, from other sources then crude, for many years to come. (...) Economics • Routes &TMA Improvement s • ATM Efficiency study. Technology • Alternative Fuel • Aircraft/Fleet Upgrade. • Roadmap 13 Work plan Proposed milestones accepted Evaluate milestones on yearly basis Evaluate actions each Fuel Forum 14 What do we want to achieve? Certification on fuel composition by 2012, optimistic 2010 Sustainable renewable fuel label operational, January 2011 Development to deployment, 2011 plant running Commercial viability 2014 Research and development, 2010 overview of activities, than continuously updated Public educated, 2010 10% by 2017 15 Certification on composition Renewable Fuel label Development to Deployment Commercial viability Research and Development Public education 6 step strategy / work plan 16 Actions Departments: Aviation Environment Commercial Fuel Services Economic Department Government Relations Operations - - 17 Key Areas – Alternative Fuel Technical & Operational Specification Testing Certification Production Procurement Distribution Political & Regulatory Public and policy maker acceptance Industry Acceptance Fiscal and legal framework Environmental certification 18 Milestones Operations 2009 (1) Ensure IATA is present at key 2009 events to promote ballot issue ASTM Dxxxx in 2009 Information from OEM’s about certification, testing and evaluation process and program Stimulate and support airline flight trials with bio fuel blends Research and Development Certification on composition Renewable Fuel label Public education Development to Deployment 19 Milestones Operations 2009 (2) Follow-up studies required on: Economic viability Preferred production processes After those studies: Start creation of database with potential suppliers Workshop with Commercial Fuel Services on evaluation of way forward to establish the use of biojets by group of airlines Research and Development Development to Deployment Commercial viability Public education Renewable Fuel label 20 Milestones Operations 2009 (3) Intensify awareness: Create IATA website events Issue brochures/bulletins Promote at key meetings of aviation industry Issue 2009 Alternative Fuel report to BoG and OPC Research and Development Development to Deployment Commercial viability Public education Renewable Fuel label 21 Key Conclusions & Outlook Solid organisational fundament established Need industry involvement & participation Communication- & awareness plan << /ASCII85EncodePages false /AllowTransparency false /AutoPositionEPSFiles true /AutoRotatePages /All /Binding /Left /CalGrayProfile (Dot Gain 20%) /CalRGBProfile (sRGB IEC61966-2.1) /CalCMYKProfile (U.S.
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Score: 1126279.2 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...uments/WAAF-2009/37_Baljet.pdf
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Aviation and Sustainable Alternative Fuels Workshop, 2011 You may be trying to access this site from a secured browser on the server. (...) This ICAO Workshop is an opportunity to enhance dialogue among States, financial institutions, fuel producers and operators regarding access to financing for sustainable alternative fuels projects. Building upon the achievements of the ICAO Workshop and Conference on Aviation and Alternative Fuels held in 2009, and the results of the 37th Session of the ICAO Assembly in 2010, this ICAO Workshop provides a forum for the exchange of information on the state of worldwide activities on sustainable alternative fuels for aviation. Among others, discussions will revolve around the state of the global harmonization of life cycle analysis methodologies, sustainability criteria, and legal and regulatory frameworks which ensure the availability of supplies of sustainable alternative fuels for aviation. The Workshop, an important milestone in preparation for the upcoming United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development in June next year, will also address the role of sustainable alternative fuels as part of the measures available to States for inclusion in their action plans to reduce CO2 emissions. ​ ​ ​
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Score: 1098973.8 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...rkshops/Pages/2011-SUSTAF.aspx
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INTRODUCTION 1.1 The current Assembly Resolution A36-23 sets out the goals and implementation targets for the introduction of performance-based navigation (PBN), including implementation of approach procedures with vertical guidance (APV) (Baro-VNAV and/or augmented GNSS) for all instrument runway ends, either as the primary approach or as a back-up for precision approaches by 2016 with intermediate milestones as follows: 30 per cent by 2010, 70 per cent by 2014. 1.2 Assembly working paper A37-WP/13 and its accompanying draft Resolution 36/1 recognizes that not all aircraft are currently capable of APV operations and recommends that any APV implementation should include lateral navigation (LNAV) only minima. 2. (...) Additionally, the updated resolution does not consider any alternative approach procedure (for example a runway-aligned LNAV only procedure) either as an intermediate step or where APV cannot be achieved. 2.5 The following alternative text for the updated resolution in A37-WP/13 is provided: Preamble: Delete: “Recognizing that not all aircraft are currently capable of APV operations but can perform approaches with only lateral guidance based on RNP specifications.” A37-WP/148 TE/79 - 3 - Insert: “Recognizing that not all States have a GNSS augmentation capability, not all airports have the infrastructure to support APV and not all aircraft are currently capable of APV operations Recognizing that many States already have the requisite infrastructure and aircraft capable of performing approaches with lateral guidance based on the RNP specifications;” Operative : “Resolves that: a) States complete a PBN implementation plan as a matter of urgency to achieve: 1) implementation of RNAV and RNP operations (where required) for en route and terminal areas according to established timelines and intermediate milestones; and 2) implementation of approach procedures with vertical guidance (APV) (Baro-VNAV and/or augmented GNSS), including LNAV only minima, for all instrument runway ends, either as the primary approach or as a back-up for precision approaches by 2016 with intermediate milestones as follows: 30 per cent by 2010, 70 per cent by 2014; and 3) implementation of runway-aligned LNAV only procedures where APV cannot be implemented due to the lack of infrastructure or suitably equipped aircraft. 2.6 Assembly delegates should also consider reviewing the timetable for APV implementation retained in the draft resolution given that the first milestone of 30 per cent coverage by the end of 2010 is unlikely to be met by a majority of States in the APAC region — END —
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Score: 1082288.1 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...ers%20by%20Number/wp148_en.pdf
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What Milestones (based on the Eurocontrol model) are captured/planned to be captured for the Milestone Management? (Please select the applicable box(es) and please indicate if the implementation/planned implementation uses any other names for the milestones) Eurocontrol Milestones Applied Alternative name Milestone 1 - ATC Flight Plan Activated MIDANPIRG/18 & RASG-MID/8-PPT/26 APPENDIX B B-3 Page 3 of 7 Milestone 2 - CTOT Allocation/EOBT – 2 Hrs Milestone 3 - Take off from Outstation Milestone 4 - Local Radar Update/FIR Entry Milestone 5 - Final Approach Milestone 6 - Landed Milestone 7 - In Block Milestone 8 - Aircraft at Gate Milestone 9 - TOBT Entered Milestone 10 - TSAT Issued Milestone 11 - Boarding Starts Milestone 12 - Aircraft Ready Milestone 13 - Start-up Request Milestone 14 - Start-up Approved Milestone 15 - Off Block Milestone 16 - Take Off Please add free text comments if needed: 7. (...) If TSAT Is calculated automatically, at what key milestones are the TSAT calculated/re- calculated? (Please select the applicable box(es)) Milestone 1 - ATC Flight Plan Activated MIDANPIRG/18 & RASG-MID/8-PPT/26 APPENDIX B B-4 Page 4 of 7 Milestone 2 - CTOT Allocation/EOBT – 2 Hrs Milestone 3 - Take off from Outstation Milestone 4 - Local Radar Update/FIR Entry Milestone 5 - Final Approach Milestone 6 - Landed Milestone 7 - In Block Milestone 8 - Aircraft at Gate Milestone 9 - TOBT Entered Milestone 10 - TSAT Issued Milestone 11 - Boarding Starts 10.
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Score: 1081802.7 - https://www.icao.int/MID/MIDAN...26%20-%20AGA-AOP%20Matters.pdf
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"Essential IPR" means any and all IPR in any jurisdiction in the world that would necessarily be infringed by implementation of a Specification because there are no commercially acceptable, non-infringing alternatives for implementing the Specification. The availability of a commercially acceptable non-infringing alternative shall be judged according to the state of the art when a Development Milestone (set forth in Section 4(d)) relating to the IPR occurs. (...) In order not to waive the Participant’s rights to enforce its Essential IPR, the Authorized Individual must disclose the Essential IPR on or prior to the first Development Milestone that arises after the Authorized Individual first has actual knowledge of the Essential IPR. (...) For example, should an Authorized Individual fail to disclose a known Essential pending patent claim prior to a first Development Milestone, the Authorized Individual may not then disclose a patent claim that originated from the undisclosed pending claim prior to a future Development Milestone.
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Score: 1052679.7 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...y06/trd_cf_06_18e_AnnexIPR.pdf
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"Essential IPR" means any and all IPR in any jurisdiction in the world that would necessarily be infringed by implementation of a Specification because there are no commercially acceptable, non-infringing alternatives for implementing the Specification. The availability of a commercially acceptable non-infringing alternative shall be judged according to the state of the art when a Development Milestone (set forth in Section 4(d)) relating to the IPR occurs. (...) In order not to waive the Participant’s rights to enforce its Essential IPR, the Authorized Individual must disclose the Essential IPR on or prior to the first Development Milestone that arises after the Authorized Individual first has actual knowledge of the Essential IPR. (...) For example, should an Authorized Individual fail to disclose a known Essential pending patent claim prior to a first Development Milestone, the Authorized Individual may not then disclose a patent claim that originated from the undisclosed pending claim prior to a future Development Milestone. 20.
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Score: 1052679.7 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...ry/plenary06/trd_cf_06_11e.pdf
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