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WS PRESENTATION TEMPLATE The Fully Networked Car Geneva, 2-3 March 2011 1 Connected Cars What does it mean for the vehicle Electrics/Electronics-Architecture and for the semiconductor suppliers? (...) This presentation will describe how the semiconductor industry is addressing theses challenges. The Fully Networked Car Geneva, 2-3 March 2011 Automotive World Mega Trends Mobility for Everyone Safety for Everyone Cleaner world for Everyone Everyone Connected The Fully Networked Car Geneva, 2-3 March 2011 New Trends in Vehicle Architecture Future Evolution Domain Based Network L IN C A N Body Satellite 1 Body Satellite 2 Body Satellite 3 Body Satellite 4 HMI Satellite Telephone Infotainment Satellite 1 Ethernet/MOST Reverse Camera Park Assist Camera Blind Spot Detection LDW Ethernet Stability Control Airbag Control Suspension Control FlexRay Energy Management CAN Trans. (...) Vehicle Diagnostic/Access C2X Safety Satellite 1 L IN C A N Body Satellite 1 Body Satellite 2 Body Satellite 3 Body Satellite 4 HMI Satellite Telephone Infotainment Satellite 1 Ethernet/MOST Reverse Camera Park Assist Camera Blind Spot Detection LDW Ethernet Stability Control Airbag Control Suspension Control FlexRay Energy Management CAN Trans.
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Score: 1098068.7 - https://www.itu.int/dms_pub/it.../06/41/T06410000100005PDFE.pdf
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Of particular note are the articles from the latter part of 2013, reporting on allegations that the Seleka were imprisoning and mistreating people at the CEDAD.28 21 See P-0529, CAR-OTP-2051-0159 at 0166, para. 43 (referring to radio reports about the discovery of bodies in the river); P-0358, CAR-OTP-2043-0433 at 0447, paras. 96-97 (referring to hearing radio reports about the arrest of minibus passengers for having BOZIZE shirts on-board; a few days later, bodies recovered from the Oubangui river arrived at the morgue). 22 See Annex A (A1) for the complete list. 23 P-0510, CAR-OTP-2017-0835 at 0837, para. 12. 24 P-0510, CAR-OTP-2017-0835 at 0852, para. 54 (Exhibit 15). 25 P-0510, CAR-OTP-2017-0835 at 0852-0853, para. 54 (Exhibits 15-18); CAR-OTP-2017-0919; CAR-OTP- 2017-0921. 26 P-0510, CAR-OTP-2017-0835 at 0852, para. 54 (Exhibit 15); CAR-OTP-2017-0919; CAR-OTP-2017-0920; CAR-OTP-2017-0921; CAR-OTP-2017-0922. 27 P-0510, CAR-OTP-2017-0835 at 0852-0853, para. 54 (Exhibits 15-18). (...) [REDACTED] these Seleka transport the bodies to the Hôpital Communautaire.68 61 P-1808, CAR-OTP-2135-2185 at 2187, para. 13. 62 P-1808, CAR-OTP-2135-2185 at 2187-2188, para. 15. 63 P-1808, CAR-OTP-2135-2185 at 2188, para. 15. 64 P-1808, CAR-OTP-2135-2185 at 2189-2190, paras. 25-32. 65 P-1808, CAR-OTP-2135-2185 at 2189-2190, paras. 27, 30. 66 P-1808, CAR-OTP-2135-2185 at 2189, para. 27-28. (...) See supra, para. 14. 68 P-1808, CAR-OTP-2135-2185 at 2190, para. 31. This is consistent with the accounts of P-0529 that [REDACTED]’ bodies ended up at the morgue of this hospital, and Hôpital Communautaire morgue ledgers.
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Score: 1071056.6 - https://www.icc-cpi.int/sites/.../CourtRecords/CR2022_04253.PDF
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European Telecommunications Standards Institute European Standards Organisation (98/34/EC) Association of Industry players… … global membership … …manufacturers, network operators, service providers, administrations, users, industry associations… … with direct participation 4 dates ITU-T The Fully Networked Car, A Workshop on ICT in Vehicles ITU-T Geneva, 2-4 March 2005 ETSI Deliverables (normative) Technical Specification (TS) ETSI Standard (ES) European Standard (EN) Published when approved by ETSI Technical Body (Fast) Published after 60-day vote by ETSI members (meets WTO requirements) Published after (Public Enquiry &) Vote by European National Standards Organisations (meets EU requirements) 5 dates ITU-T The Fully Networked Car, A Workshop on ICT in Vehicles ITU-T Geneva, 2-4 March 2005 ETSI Deliverables (informative) Technical Report (TR) ETSI Guide (EG) Special Report (SR) Published when approved by ETSI Technical Body Published after 60-day vote by ETSI members (informative document of interest to several technical bodies) Information of general interest (e.g. (...) 10 dates ITU-T The Fully Networked Car, A Workshop on ICT in Vehicles ITU-T Geneva, 2-4 March 2005 Why produce standards? (...) 17 dates ITU-T The Fully Networked Car, A Workshop on ICT in Vehicles ITU-T Geneva, 2-4 March 2005 ETSI's experience has clearly proven…
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Score: 1051748.2 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-T/work...03/presentations/s3-sharpe.pdf
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Conflict Zones Risk Information ICAO / CAR/SAM Regional Planning and Implementation Group (GREPECAS) GREPECAS Home Membership Work Programme Projects overview Dashboards Meetings Plenary Meetings Programmes and Projects Review Committee GANDD - AN Deficiencies Understanding Uniform Methodology Accessing GANDD GANDD Focal Points Contributor Bodies Scrutiny Working Group (GTE) CARSAMPAF ALACPA DAWG Currently selected Air Navigation Plans Links GREPECAS   Resume Page Content     The CAR/SAM Regional Planning and Implementation Group (GREPECAS) was set up by the Council of ICAO, in 1990, as recommended by the Second CAR/SAM Regional Air Navigation Meeting, 1989. (Action by Council on Recommendation 14/6 of the CAR/SAM/2 RAN Meeting is set out in Supplement No. 1 to Doc 9543, CAR/SAM/2).   (...) Based on Recommendation 14/6 of the CAR/SAM/2 RAN Meeting which was approved by the Council of ICAO and additional changes made by GEPECAS this Section sets out the GREPECAS Terms of Reference, its composition and its position in ICAO, the guidelines which should govern its working arrangements (including relations with States, International Organizations and ICAO specialized regional bodies), and the Rules of Procedure for the conduct of its meetings and those of its Contributory Bodies.
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Score: 1050881.1 - https://www.icao.int/GREPECAS/Pages/default.aspx
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Imported motor cars shall be the cars which are sold by the manufacturer for the first time. 2. (...) In confirmation of the customs value stated according to method 1 the declarant has submitted the specified invoice that contains the following information about each imported motor car: - its make; - its model and modification; - its identification number (VIN); - the type of a car [a passenger vehicle or a car with increased cross-country ability (all-road), minibus (light lorry or passenger-and-freight lorry)]; - the type of a body and the number of doors; - the type of an engine (moor gusoline, diesel and others); - engine displacement in cum.; - engine power in kWt/h.p.; - colour; - the full list of the production facilities which form the base set of a given model (modification) of a car; - the full list of auxiliary (to the base set) equipment. 5. (...) If the customs agency in the zone of whose activity the organization is located and the customs clearance body do not coincide, it is necessary to indicate both bodies and the reasons for discrepancy.
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Score: 1040623.8 - https://www.wto.org/english/th.../rus_e/WTACCRUS33A1_LEG_57.pdf
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Children are undergoing the processes of growth and development, and due to their physiology, their bodies are still incapable of regulating the temperature as fast as the bodies of adults. (...) Never leave your child in a heated car - not even for a couple of minutes An especially dangerous situation for children during the summer is even a short stay in a car. (...) Keep the doors and the boot to your car locked at all times, throughout the year, so that children could not get into the car unattended.
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Score: 1022007.5 - https://www.unicef.org/serbia/...parental-guide-very-hot-summer
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PowerPoint Presentation Future actions to improve the connectivity and voice quality of mobile phones wirelessly connected with vehicle hands- free terminals • Improving quality of hands-free connection of the mobile phones with car’s hands-free terminals (HFT) • Raising awareness about entire issue and “whitelist” among phone’s users and car’s holders • Increasing road safety by using stable and high quality voice connection in a car • Enhancing cooperation between automotive and phone industries on new ICT technologies to be used in vehicles (potential mutual interest for future joint projects – CarPlay, ITS, self-driving cars, etc.) GOALS • Updating the whitelist registering new state-of-art mobile phones (conducting ITU test events, including on-demand testing) • Establishing the new Certification scheme on ITU-T P.1100 and P.1110 (ITU-T CASC is discussing a possibility to set up a new joint certification scheme with existing bodies such as IEC, ILAC, GCF) • Establishing a special logo which may appear on a HFT’s display in a car when a ‘whitelisted’ phone connects to it KEY DIRECTIONS WHITELIST www.itu.int/go/phone_whitelist Best hands-free performers http://www.itu.int/go/phone_whitelist NEW CERTIFICATION SCHEME ON ITU-T P.1100 AND P.1110 • The Conformity Assessment Steering Committee (ITU-T CASC) was established in April 2015 by ITU-T SG11 to elaborate detailed procedures for the implementation of a test laboratory recognition procedure in ITU-T • SG11 approved two Guidelines: • Guideline “Testing laboratories recognition procedure” • Guideline “ITU-T CASC procedure to appoint ITU-T technical experts” • Currently, ITU-T CASC, in collaboration with IEC TF, is working on two guidelines: • Guidelines-CP-AB “Guideline on ITU-T CASC collaboration procedure with established accreditation bodies to assess TLs in the scope of approved ITU-T Recommendations” • Guideline-RP-TL “Guideline on ITU-T CASC procedure to recognize Testing Laboratories” • According to the request received from ITU members, ITU-T CASC established a list of ITU-T Recommendations which will become subjects of the future joint certification schemes (ITU-T P.1100, ITU-T P.1110 are among them) • Currently, ITU-T CASC is collaborating with IEC, ILAC and GCF LOGO FOR CAR’S HANDS-FREE DISPLAY (authentication procedure) Hash function/ Code Hash value (from mobile phone) Calculated response based on hash function Confirmation
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Score: 1018419 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/C...ble_march17/Future_actions.pdf
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Wide shot, arrival of Hadi al-Bahra, Co-chair of the Syrian Constitutional Committee nominated by the opposition getting out of the car; camera pan to the entrance 4. Wide shot, participants coming out of the car; camera pan to the sky 5. (...) Med shot, participants coming out of the car 14. Med shot, participants coming out of the car, camera pan to the entrance then to the tree 15. (...) The Small Body of the Constitutional Committee convenes in Geneva from 30 May to 3rd June.
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Score: 1008855.4 - https://www.unmultimedia.org/tv/unifeed/asset/2883/2883289/
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Manual de Procedimientos del GREPECAS 7a Edición, 2020 — Versión 2.0 3 CAR/SAM PLANNING AND IMPLEMENTATION REGIONAL GROUP (GREPECAS) 1. (...) These activities are aligned with the relevant ICAO provisions b) facilitate the development and implementation by States of the air navigation systems and services identified in the Doc 8733 - CAR/SAM Regional Air Navigation Plan and Doc 7030 - Regional Supplementary Procedures; c) monitor and report on the status of implementation by States of the required air navigation facilities, services and procedures in the CAR/SAM Regions, and identify associated difficulties and deficiencies to be brought to the attention of the Council; d) facilitate the development and implementation of corrective action plans by States to address identified deficiencies, where necessary; GRUPO REGIONAL DE PLANIFICACIÓN Y EJECUCIÓN CAR/SAM (GREPECAS) 1. (...) Position in ICAO 2.1 GREPECAS is the guiding and coordinating body for all activities conducted within ICAO concerning the air navigation system for the CAR/SAM Regions but does not assume authority vested in other ICAO bodies, except where such bodies specifically delegate their authority.
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Score: 1006597.5 - https://www.icao.int/GREPECAS/...s/GREPECASTermsOfReference.pdf
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GREPECAS/12 ii-2 ii – History of the Meeting ii.5 AGENDA The agenda was adopted: Agenda Item 1 Review of the ANC/Council actions on the GREPECAS/11 Report MANAGEMENT OF THE CAR/SAM AIR NAVIGATION SYSTEM Agenda Item 2 Review of other meeting Activities 2.1 Interregional and intra-regional CNS/ATM activities and coordination 2.2 Follow-up actions by GREPECAS to the outcome of the Eleventh Air Navigation Conference Agenda Item 3 Review of Reports of GREPECAS Contributory Bodies 3.1 Report of the Task Force on Institutional Aspects 3.2 Report of the ATM/CNS/SG/3 Meeting 3.3 Report of the AERMET/SG/6 Meeting 3.4 Report of the AGA/AOP/SG/3 Meeting 3.5 Report of the AIS/MAP/SG/8 Meeting 3.6 Report of the AVSEC/COMM/2 and AVSEC/COMM/3 Meetings AIR NAVIGATION PLANNING AND IMPLEMENTATION DEFICIENCIES/PROBLEMS IN THE CAR/SAM REGIONS Agenda Item 4 Air navigation planning and implementation deficiencies/problems in the CAR/SAM Regions 4.1 Report of the ASB/5 Meeting 4.2 Specific air navigation planning and implementation deficiencies/problems in the CAR/SAM Regions GREPECAS MANAGEMENT Agenda Item 5 Management of the GREPECAS Mechanism 5.1 Report of the ACG/3 and ACG/4 Meetings 5.2 Review of GREPECAS and its Contributory Bodies Terms of Reference and Work Programmes Agenda Item 6 Review of GREPECAS Outstanding Conclusions Agenda Item 7 Other Business 7.1 Election of GREPECAS Chairperson GREPECAS/12 ii – History of the Meeting ii-3 ii.6 Attendance The Meeting was attended by 98 participants from 16 Member States and 6 Contracting States, located or having territories in the CAR/SAM Regions, as well as one State located outside the Regions, and observers from 6 international organizations. 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Decisions deal with matters of concern only to the GREPECAS and its contributory bodies. ii.8 List of Conclusions NUMBER TITLE PAGE 12/2 IMPLEMENTATION OF AN-CONF/11 RECOMMENDATIONS 2-2 BY STATES 12/3 IMPLEMENTATION OF AN-CONF/11 RECOMMENDATIONS BY 2-3 INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS 12/4 INSTITUTIONAL INTEGRATION IN THE LONG TERM 3-1 FOR MULTINATIONAL FACILITIES/SERVICES 12/6 SUPPORT FOR REGIONAL TECHNICAL COOPERATION 3-4 PROJECTS 12/7 GUIDANCE MATERIAL FOR THE IMPLEMENTATION OF 3-5 RNAV ROUTES IN THE CAR/SAM REGIONS 12/8 ANALYSIS PRIOR TO THE IMPLEMENTATION OF 3-5 RNAV ROUTES IN THE CAR/SAM REGIONS 12/9 IMPLEMENTATION OF SIDs AND STARs 3-6 12/10 USE OF REPORTING POINT AND ATS ROUTE DESIGNATORS 3-6 GREPECAS/12 ii-4 ii – History of the Meeting NUMBER TITLE PAGE 12/11 FEASIBILITY STUDY FOR THE IMPLEMENTATION OF 3-8 RNP 5 IN THE BRASILIA, CURITIBA AND MONTEVIDEO FIRS 12/12 MINIMUM MONITORING REQUIREMENTS 3-9 12/13 MODE C DATA COLLECTION 3-9 12/14 COLLECTION OF LARGE HEIGHT DEVIATIONS (LHD) 3-10 12/15 AIR/OPS MODEL PROGRAMME FOR RVSM APPROVAL OF 3-11 AIRCRAFT AND OPERATORS 12/16 RVSM OPERATIONAL CONCEPT FOR THE CAR/SAM 3-11 REGIONS 12/17 GUIDANCE MATERIAL FOR RVSM IMPLEMENTATION IN 3-12 THE CAR/SAM REGIONS 12/18 OPERATIONAL READINESS TARGET 3-12 12/19 RVSM TRAINING 3-13 12/20 HARMONIZATION OF THE RVSM IMPLEMENTATION 3-13 DATE FOR THE CAR/SAM AND NAM REGIONS 12/21 INDICATION OF RVSM APPROVAL STATUS IN 3-14 REPETITIVE FLIGHT PLANS (RPL) 12/22 INCLUSION OF RVSM ISSUES IN OPERATIONAL 3-14 LETTERS OF AGREEMENT 12/23 STATES/TERRITORIES/INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS 3-15 OFFICIAL APPROVAL FOR RVSM IMPLEMENTATION IN THE CAR/SAM REGIONS 12/26 COMPLETION OF ATS QUALITY ASSURANCE PROGRAMMES 3-17 12/27 ATS QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM GUIDANCE DOCUMENTS 3-17 12/28 PARTICIPATION IN REGIONAL EVENTS RELATED TO 3-18 ATS QUALITY ASSURANCE PROGRAMMES 12/29 IMPLEMENTATION OF ATS SAFETY MANAGEMENT 3-19 PROGRAMMES AND MINIMUM SAFETY LEVELS GREPECAS/12 ii – History of the Meeting ii-5 NUMBER TITLE PAGE 12/30 NAM/CAR/SAM REGIONAL SEMINAR ON RUNWAY 3-19 INCURSION AND SAFETY MANAGEMENT IN AIR TRAFFIC SERVICES 12/31 REGIONAL STRATEGY FOR THE INTEGRATION OF 3-20 ATM AUTOMATED SYSTEMS 12/32 ADS-B IMPLEMENTATION IN THE CAR/SAM REGIONS 3-20 12/33 CAR/SAM REGIONAL ACTION FOR THE PREPARATION 3-21 AND SUPPORT OF ICAO’S POSITION FOR WRC-07 12/34 PRIORITY AND IMPROVEMENT OF THE RADIO-FREQUENCY 3-22 SPECTRUM MANAGEMENT 12/35 CAR/SAM REGIONAL ACTION TO IMPROVE PROTECTION 3-23 AGAINST ELECTROMAGNETIC INTERFERENCE IN THE CNS SYSTEMS 12/36 UPDATING OF THE CAR/SAM REGIONS AFTN PLAN 3-23 12/37 IMPROVEMENT OF THE AFTN OPERATION IN THE 3-24 CAR/SAM REGIONS 12/39 ADDITIONAL INTER-CONNECTION POINTS FOR REGIONAL 3-25 AND INTER-REGIONAL DIGITAL NETWORKS 12/41 CAR/SAM SEMINAR ON DEVELOPMENT OF ATN AND 3-27 ITS APPLICATIONS 12/42 REGIONAL USE OF ACARS AND FANS-1/A EQUIPMENT 3-28 DURING THE TRANSITION PHASE 12/43 IMPLEMENTATION OF AIR-GROUND DATA COMMUNICATIONS 3-29 WITH VDL MODE 2 IN THE CAR/SAM REGIONS 12/44 REGIONAL CAR/SAM GUIDANCE FOR THE 3-29 ADS-B DATA LINKS INTRODUCTION 12/45 AMENDMENT TO THE “REGIONAL GUIDELINES FOR 3-30 THE TRANSITION TO THE GLOBAL NAVIGATION SATELLITE SYSTEMS (GNSS)” AND THE “REGIONAL STRATEGY FOR THE INTRODUCTION AND APPLICATION OF NON VISUAL AIDS TO APPROACH, LANDING AND DEPARTURE” 12/46 CAR/SAM REGIONAL ACTIVITIES FOR THE SBAS 3-30 AND GBAS IMPLEMENTATION GREPECAS/12 ii-6 ii – History of the Meeting NUMBER TITLE PAGE 12/47 SUBMISSION TO ICAO OF THE RESULTS ON 3-31 THE STUDY OF IONOSPHERIC EFFECTS IN THE EQUATORIAL ZONE OF THE CAR/SAM REGIONS 12/48 SAC-ASTERIX CODE ASSIGNMENT PLAN FOR THE CAR/SAM 3-32 REGIONS 12/49 GENERAL CRITERIA FOR THE IMPLEMENTATION 3-33 OF SSR DATA EXCHANGE 12/50 AMENDMENT TO FASID TABLE CNS 4A – SURVEILLANCE 3-34 SYSTEMS 12/51 CLOSURE OF THE RAFCs BRASILIA AND BUENOS AIRES 3-35 12/52 PLAN FOR THE TRANSITION TO THE FINAL PHASE OF THE 3-35 WAFS IN THE CAR/SAM REGIONS 12/53 INTERNET ACCESS TO WAFS FORECASTS AND 3-36 OPMET DATA 12/54 ACTIVE PARTICIPATION OF PERU AND BRAZIL IN 3-36 THE WAFSOPSG 12/55 ISCS USER GUIDE 3-36 12/56 UPDATING OF THE INTERNATIONAL AIRWAYS VOLCANO 3-37 WATCH CONTACT LIST IN CAR/SAM STATES/TERRITORIES/INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS 12/57 IMPLEMENTATION OF SIGMET REQUIREMENTS 3-37 12/58 ACTIVE PARTICIPATION OF ARGENTINA AS 3-37 MEMBER OF THE IAVWOPSG 12/59 HARMONISING ICAO COLOUR CODE INDICATING LEVEL 3-38 OF ALERT OF VOLCANIC ACTIVITY AND THE CODES USED BY VULCANOLOGICAL ORGANIZATIONS AND IFALPA 12/60 IMPLEMENTATION OF VOLCANIC ASH ADVISORIES 3-38 12/61 MODULES FOR DISTANCE LEARNING IN SUPPORT OF 3-38 THE IAVW 12/62 REQUIREMENTS FOR THE EXCHANGE OF OPMET 3-39 INFORMATION GREPECAS/12 ii – History of the Meeting ii-7 NUMBER TITLE PAGE 12/63 FORMS TO PROPOSE AMENDMENTS TO TABLES 3-39 MET 2A AND MET 2B OF THE CAR/SAM ANP FASID 12/64 OPMET EXCHANGE CONTROLS FOR THE CAR/SAM REGIONS 3-40 12/65 METEOROLOGICAL SERVICES REQUIRED IN AERODROMES 3-40 - FASID TABLE MET 1A 12/66 TRAINING ON QUALITY MANAGEMENT OF MET SERVICES 3-40 IN THE CAR/SAM REGIONS 12/67 QUALITY ASSURANCE POLICIES FOR METEOROLOGICAL 3-41 SERVICES IN THE CAR/SAM REGIONS 12/68 PRIORITY OF MET TRAINING IN THE CAR/SAM REGIONS 3-41 12/69 TRAINING PROGRAMME IN THE CAR/SAM REGIONS FOR MET 3-41 AND ATM PERSONNEL WITH REGARD TO AMENDMENT 73 TO ANNEX 3 12/70 ACTION PLANS FOR THE RESOLUTION OF DEFICIENCIES 3-42 IN AERODROMES 12/71 SPECIAL IMPLEMENTATION PROJECT TO FACILITATE AND 3-43 IMPROVE THE MANAGEMENT OF THE DEFICIENCIES DATABASE 12/72 RUNWAY END SAFETY AREAS (RESA) 3-44 12/73 LATIN AMERICAN AND CARIBBEAN ASSOCIATION OF 3-44 AIRFIELD PAVEMENTS (ALACPA) 12/74 ICAO REGIONAL MANUAL ON AIRPORT MAINTENANCE 3-45 12/75 SECOND MEETING OF THE CAR/SAM REGIONAL 3-46 BIRD HAZARD PREVENTION COMMITTEE 12/76 AIRPORT DEMAND/CAPACITY TASK FORCE 3-46 12/77 AGA/AOP/SG TRAFFIC FORECAST REQUIREMENTS 3-47 12/78 EN-ROUTE ALTERNATE AERODROMES 3-48 GREPECAS/12 ii-8 ii – History of the Meeting NUMBER TITLE PAGE 12/79 PROPOSAL PRESENTED BY BRAZIL TO AMEND THE ANP 3-49 FASID TABLE AOP1 12/80 ICAO REGIONAL MANUAL ON AIRPORT ENVIRONMENT 3-49 12/81 LAND USE IN AREAS ADJACENT TO AIRPORTS 3-50 12/82 SEMINAR ON AIRPORT PAVEMENT DESIGN 3-51 12/83 ADOPTION OF THE GUIDE ON SYMBOLS FOR THE 3-52 STANDARDISED PRODUCTION OF 1:1,000,000 AND 1:500,000 VFR AERONAUTICAL CHARTS IN THE CAR/SAM REGIONS 12/84 COMPLEMENT TO THE SPECIFICATIONS FOR THE 3-52 PRODUCTION OF IFR CHARTS 12/85 DIGITAL PRODUCTION OF AERONAUTICAL CHARTS 3-52 UNDER THE WGS-84 SYSTEM 12/86 QUALITY ASSURANCE OF WGS-84 DATA 3-52 12/87 PROVISION OF DETAILED INFORMATION ON WGS-84 DATA 3-53 12/88 STATUS OF AIS PERSONNEL 3-53 12/89 ADOPTION OF THE CAR/SAM REGIONAL AIS 021 3-54 STANDARD TRAINING PROGRAMME 12/90 PARTICIPATION OF EXPERTS AT THE MEETINGS 3-55 OF THE AIS/MAP DATABASE AND AUTOMATION TASK FORCE 12/91 ADOPTION OF A CAR/SAM AIS/MAP DATA STRUCTURE 3-55 MODEL 12/92 IMPLEMENTATION OF A CAR/SAM INTEGRATED 3-55 AUTOMATED AIS SYSTEM 12/93 IMPLEMENTATION OF COMMON QUERY PROTOCOLS 3-56 12/94 QUALITY ASSURANCE OF THE AERONAUTICAL 3-56 INFORMATION/DATA SUPPLIED BY NOTAM DATA BANKS GREPECAS/12 ii – History of the Meeting ii-9 NUMBER TITLE PAGE 12/95 ESTABLISHMENT AND EFFECTIVE IMPLEMENTATION 3-57 OF THE CAR/SAM INTEGRATED AIS DATABASE SYSTEM (CASADAB) 12/96 MEETING FOR THE IMPLEMENTATION OF AIS 3-57 AUTOMATION IN THE CAR/SAM REGIONS 12/97 PLAN FOR THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE AIS/MAP 3-57 QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM IN THE CAR/SAM REGIONS 12/98 AMENDMENT TO PART VIII – AIS/MAP OF THE CAR/SAM 3-58 BASIC ANP AND FASID TABLES 12/99 AGREEMENT ON NOTAM CONTINGENCY PLANS FOR 3-58 THE CAR/SAM REGIONS 12/100 EFFECTIVE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE AIRAC SYSTEM 3-59 12/101 MONITORING OF AIS/MAP DEVELOPMENTS WITHIN THE 3-59 SCOPE OF THE CNS/ATM, GNSS AND FMS ENVIRONMENT 12/102 NEED FOR A SPECIFIC NOTAM CODE FOR ATS 3-60 CONTINGENCIES 12/103 AVIATION SECURITY HUMAN FACTORS WORKSHOP 3-61 12/104 AVAILABILITY OF UPDATED ICAO AVIATION SECURITY 3-62 TRAINING PACKAGES IN SPANISH 12/105 PROVISION OF UPDATED ICAO AVIATION SECURITY 3-62 TRAINING PACKAGES TO STATES 12/106 ICAO AVSEC REGIONAL OFFICERS 3-62 12/107 ATTENDANCE AT AVSEC RELATED EVENTS 3-63 12/108 GREPECAS AVSEC/COMM - LACAC AVSEC GROUP 3-63 COORDINATION PROCEDURES 12/109 INTERNATIONAL AVSEC CONVENTIONS 3-64 12/110 NATIONAL CIVIL AVIATION SECURITY PROGRAMME 3-64 GREPECAS/12 ii-10 ii – History of the Meeting NUMBER TITLE PAGE 12/111 OPERATOR AVIATION SECURITY PROGRAMMES 3-64 12/112 NATIONAL AVSEC QUALITY CONTROL PROGRAMME 3-64 12/113 NEW AVSEC TRAINING METHODS 3-64 12/114 BASIC LOW COST AVSEC SYSTEMS 3-65 12/115 ICAO/CANADA AVSEC SUB-REGIONAL IMPLEMENTATION 3-66 WORKSHOPS AND REGIONAL AUDIT SEMINARS 12/116 IATA SUPPORT FOR AVSEC TRAINING 3-66 12/117 REGIONAL AVSEC INSTRUCTORS DATABASE 3-67 12/118 IN-FLIGHT SECURITY PERSONNEL 3-68 12/119 MERGING OF THE INFORMATION CONTAINED IN 4-1 APPENDICES A AND C INTO ONE APPENDIX IN THE DEFICIENCIES DATABASE 12/120 MODIFICATION OF THE TITLE OF APPENDIX B 4-2 12/121 REVISED FORMAT OF ACTION PLANS FOR THE RESOLUTION 4-2 OF REGIONAL AIR NAVIGATION DEFICIENCIES 12/122 ACTION PLANS FOR THE RESOLUTION OF 4-3 AIR NAVIGATION DEFICIENCIES 12/123 SPECIAL IMPLEMENTATION PROJECT FOR RESOLVING 4-4 RUNWAY MAINTENANCE DEFICIENCY 12/125 SEMINAR/WORKSHOP ON AIS/MAP QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS 4-5 12/127 AIR NAVIGATION DEFICIENCIES ACTIVITY REPORT 5-2 GREPECAS/12 ii – History of the Meeting ii-11 NUMBER TITLE PAGE 12/129 MANAGEMENT AND OPERATION OF THE HUMAN 5-3 RESOURCES AND TRAINING SUBGROUP ii.9 List of Decisions NUMBER TITLE PAGE 12/1 IMPLEMENTATION OF AN-CONF/11 RECOMMENDATIONS 2-2 BY GREPECAS 12/5 FACILITIES/SERVICES SUITABLE FOR 3-2 MULTINATIONAL ARRANGEMENTS 12/24 UPDATING OF ATM EVOLUTION TABLES IN THE CAR/SAM 3-16 REGIONAL PLAN FOR THE IMPLEMENTATION OF CNS/ATM – EN-ROUTE OPERATIONS 12/25 UPDATING OF THE ATM EVOLUTION TABLE OF 3-16 THE CAR/SAM REGIONAL PLAN FOR THE IMPLEMENTATION OF CNS/ATM SYSTEMS – TERMINAL AREA OPERATIONS (TMA) 12/38 INCLUSION OF A NEW TASK RELATED TO A 3-24 COMMUNICATION SYSTEM TO SUPPORT THE MIGRATION TO THE EXCHANGE OF AERONAUTICAL METEOROLOGICAL MESSAGES USING THE WMO BUFR CODE FORMS 12/40 AVIATION USE OF PUBLIC INTERNET IN THE CAR/SAM 3-26 REGIONS 12/124 LAST RESORT ACTIONS TO RESOLVE DEFICIENCIES 4-4 12/126 CONTRIBUTORY BODY IMPLEMENTATION MEETINGS 5-1 12/128 SUPPORT FROM STATES/TERRITORIES/ 5-3 INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS FOR THE FULFILLMENT OF RESPONSIBILITIES ASSIGNED TO MEMBERS OF GREPECAS CONTRIBUTORY BODIES 12/130 TERMS OF REFERENCE, WORK PROGRAMME AND 5-4 COMPOSITION OF GREPECAS CONTRIBUTORY BODIES GREPECAS/12 iii – List of Participants iii-1 LIST OF PARTICIPANTS Members Advisers Nominated by: Herald Wilson ANTIGUA AND BARBUDA (Representing Dominica, Grenada, St. (...) GREPECAS/12 Report on Agenda Item 3 3-5 3.2.2 Report of the ATM Committee Strategy for Phase II implementation of RNAV routes in the CAR/SAM Regions 3.2.2.1 Taking into account that GREPECAS had requested CAR/SAM States to accommodate their route networks to the implementation of RNAV routes in the Region, the Meeting considered the need to prepare guidance material for starting the Second Phase (Phase II) of RNAV route implementation in the CAR/SAM Regions so that, besides serving as a tool for regional implementation, States may take it into consideration when adapting their respective domestic route networks. 3.2.2.2 This Guidance Material for the implementation of RNAV routes in the CAR/SAM Regions takes into account the experience obtained in Phase I, with a view to standardising criteria, concepts, and the RNAV route planning and implementation strategy, based on ICAO documentation on this matter, and minimising the impact of factors that are hindering implementation in the CAR/SAM Regions.
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Score: 990979.5 - https://www.icao.int/GREPECAS/...ments/Informes/GRP12REPORT.pdf
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