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Slide 0 Federal Aviation Administration Project Reports International Interfaces Automation Interface and Radar Handoff Update Presented To: NACC By: Dan Eaves Date: April 8-11, 2019 1 Federal Aviation Administration Federal Aviation Administration Automation Interface and Radar Handoff Update ICAO NACC AIDC/NAM ICD Meeting Automation Harmonization • Support for bilateral solutions & user collaboration needed to ensure automation compatibility as interface systems evolve • Solutions must provide extensible compatibility with our North American & international neighbors • Goal is to extend operational efficiencies through contiguous computer-to-computer coordination across country and system boundaries 2 Federal Aviation Administration Federal Aviation Administration Automation Interface and Radar Handoff Update ICAO NACC AIDC/NAM ICD Meeting Automation Benefits • Our customers’ safety and efficiency interests extend beyond the borders of our airspace system. Operational efficiencies gained in our airspace extends automation borders as aircraft travel into other regions and transit service providers. (...) Project Reports International Interfaces Automation Harmonization Automation Benefits En Route/Oceanic Systems Automated International Boundaries Extending US automation beyond our borders with interfaces - NAM Cross Border Beginnings Annual US – NACC FIR Border Crossings Slide Number 8 North American Interface Environment Automated International Boundaries Slide Number 11 Slide Number 12 Extending the US Automation Standard – NACC Adopted NAM ICD Slide Number 14 Benefits (Continued) Slide Number 16 Slide Number 17 Automated Handoff – Class 3 Slide Number 19 2019 Automation Infrastructure ERAM Enhancements 2 Cross Border Handoffs NAM ICD Message Classes Overview Handoff Developmental Interest Items NAM ICD Communications Extract Cross Border Communication Communications Interface Control Document and Interface Requirements Document Planned TCP/IP Messaging Connections Automation Infrastructure ERAM Enhancements 2 Cross Border Handoffs NAM ICD Changes NAM ICD Changes (Continued) NAM ICD Changes (Continued) Examples of some boundary agreement changes will include (cont) Examples of some boundary agreement changes Conclusion
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Score: 971438.9 - https://www.icao.int/NACC/Docu.../AIDCNAM/AIDCNAMICD-P04eng.pdf
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States might take different approaches to interpreting, revising, and applying existing rules of the road in the context of automated driving. 35. States might create differing rules about whether owners of automated vehicles and automated driving systems can repair or modify them and about whether developers of automated vehicles and automated driving systems can restrict these modifications. 36. A company providing automated driving services might cease operations or stop supporting an early version of an automated vehicle or automated driving system. 37. States might create differing rules about data generated, shared, stored, and used by an automated vehicle, automated driving system, or automated driving company, particularly with respect to crashes and other incidents, including incidents observed by but not directly involving the automated vehicle or automated driving system. 38.
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Score: 971179.8 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul...P.1-GE.3-2022-inf.2%20e_2.docx
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States might take different approaches to interpreting, revising, and applying existing rules of the road in the context of automated driving. 35. States might create differing rules about whether owners of automated vehicles and automated driving systems can repair or modify them and about whether developers of automated vehicles and automated driving systems can restrict these modifications. 36. A company providing automated driving services might cease operations or stop supporting an early version of an automated vehicle or automated driving system. 37. States might create differing rules about data generated, shared, stored, and used by an automated vehicle, automated driving system, or automated driving company, particularly with respect to crashes and other incidents, including incidents observed by but not directly involving the automated vehicle or automated driving system. 38.
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Score: 971179.8 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul...WP.1-GE.3-2022-inf.2%20e_2.pdf
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17. Is the automated system capable of a hand-off? a. Is this capability habilitated? (...) Action plan revision for the integration of automated systems and continuous revision. Both documents drafts with the support of RLA/06/901 project and the SAM/IG ATM Automation Group. (...) The document requires updating in view of installation of new automated and surveillance systems in the Region Guidelines for elaboration of Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for the implementation of the automation system interconnection PFF SAM CNS 04 Project Coordinator and ATM Automation Group Completed October 2009 A model MoU for the interconnection of automated systems has been developed, with the support of RLA/06/901 project and SAM/IG ATM Automation Group.
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Score: 970283.1 - https://www.icao.int/SAM/Documents/SAMIG11/SAMIG11_WP10.pdf
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Remote control and automated operation. Hours of service in local time.   (...) Remote control and automated operation. Hours of service in local time.   (...) Remote control and automated operation. Hours of service in local time.  
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Score: 969127.2 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-R/t...g/listVIII/Documents/B-en.docx
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Recommendations regarding automated driving systems issuing transition demands 3. (...) Recommendations for manufacturers of automated driving systems issuing transition demands and manufacturers of vehicles equipped with automated driving systems issuing transition demands 5. Manufacturers of automated driving systems issuing transition demands and manufacturers of vehicles equipped with automated driving systems issuing transition demands should: (a) Ensure that the performance of the automated driving systems is consistent with the above recommendations for automated driving systems throughout the systems’ life cycles; (b) Inform and educate drivers about the safe use and limitations of automated driving systems in vehicles; (c) Refrain from using misleading names, descriptions, or marketing that could encourage improper use of automated driving systems; (d) Implement measures to prevent tampering with and misuse of automated driving systems in order to safeguard road traffic safety; (e) Consider additional measures, including cooperation with Contracting Parties, to ensure the safe use of automated driving systems as these technologies evolve.
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Score: 968236.8 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul...E-TRANS-WP.1-2021-2-Rev.1e.pdf
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Recommendations regarding automated driving systems issuing transition demands 3. (...) Recommendations for manufacturers of automated driving systems issuing transition demands and manufacturers of vehicles equipped with automated driving systems issuing transition demands 5. Manufacturers of automated driving systems issuing transition demands and manufacturers of vehicles equipped with automated driving systems issuing transition demands should: (a) Ensure that the performance of the automated driving systems is consistent with the above recommendations for automated driving systems throughout the systems’ life cycles; (b) Inform and educate drivers about the safe use and limitations of automated driving systems in vehicles; (c) Refrain from using misleading names, descriptions, or marketing that could encourage improper use of automated driving systems; (d) Implement measures to prevent tampering with and misuse of automated driving systems in order to safeguard road traffic safety; (e) Consider additional measures, including cooperation with Contracting Parties, to ensure the safe use of automated driving systems as these technologies evolve.
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Score: 966315.6 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul...E-TRANS-WP.1-2021-2-Rev.1e.pdf
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Recommendations regarding automated driving systems issuing transition demands 3. (...) Recommendations for manufacturers of automated driving systems issuing transition demands 5. Manufacturers of automated driving systems issuing transition demands should: (a) Ensure that the performance of the automated driving system is consistent with the above recommendations for automated driving systems, including consistency with applicable laws; (b) Inform and educate drivers about their role in the safe operation of the vehicle, including the above recommendations for drivers; (c) Refrain from misleading names, descriptions, or marketing that could encourage improper use of the automated driving system; (d) Consider additional measures, as appropriate to ensure proper use of the automated driving system and to otherwise promote road traffic safety, as automated driving systems technology evolves and additional best practices are observed.
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Score: 965786.9 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul...1-07/ECE-TRANS-WP1-2021-2e.pdf
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Hypothetical examples of the mobility scenarios using the templates Automated driving on highways Truck platooning Robo-taxi in urban area Shuttle bus in dedicated region “Vehicle Automation: Myth vs. Reality” by Bob Denaro 14 Automated driving will have something everywhere and everything some where, but not for long time everything everywhere (Source: ITS international March/April 2016) (1) Automated Driving on Highways Automated Driving by on board sensors Change to driver’s mode Route and mode selecting by using traffic info. (...) Automated driving using on-board systems A B Automated Parking Guide   Micro Vehicle Monitoring Center Locations, map Weather, incidents Area restriction Vehicle Emergency Reservation of the hospital, for example Probe Management Level Less than 30Km/h in restricted region Regulations 18 (4) Automated Driving for Park and Ride Automated driving by on-board sensors and traffic info..
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Score: 965505.8 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/e...60704Mobility%20Scenarios.pptx
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Posted in News | Tagged about unicc , Future Digital Work Force , obotic process automation tutorial , robotic process automation , robotic process automation courses , robotic process automation definition , robotic process automation example , robotic process automation software , types of robotic process automation , uipath automation , UN Regional Service Centre , UN RSCE , UNICC , United Nations Organizations UN Innovation Network: TechLearnTalks on RPA with UNICC and ESCWA Posted on 14 June, 2021 | by Ha Young Kwon On Wednesday, 9 June 2021, Manuel Nunes, Senior Business Analyst at UNICC, spoke about Robotic Process Automation (RPA) in a  UN Innovation Network (UNIN) TechLearnTalks segment . (...) Gaining accessibility to sites and applications, streamlining processes and identifying the boundaries of the administrative tasks that needed automation were all issues that needed to be aptly addressed before building the automation. (...) Posted in News | Tagged about unicc , ESCWA , obotic process automation tutorial , robotic process automation , robotic process automation courses , robotic process automation definition , robotic process automation example , robotic process automation software , RPA , types of robotic process automation , uipath automation , UN Innovation Network , UN Innovation Network Webinar , UNICC Follow us LinkedIn Twitter © UNICC - Terms of Use - Privacy Statement - Contact Us
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Score: 964863.3 - https://www.unicc.org/tag/obot...c-process-automation-tutorial/
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