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ATM SG/3-WP/25 17/05/2017 International Civil Aviation Organization MIDANPIRG Air Traffic Management Sub-Group Third Meeting (ATM SG/3) (Cairo, Egypt, 22 – 25 May 2017) Agenda Item 5: Airspace Management Issues MID REGION HIGH LEVEL AIRSPACE CONCEPT (Presented by the Secretariat) SUMMARY This paper presents the MID Region High Level Airspace Concept for the meeting review and update. (...) INTRODUCTION 1.1 An airspace concept provides the outline and intended framework of operations within an airspace. (...) ATM SG3-WP25-APP A MID High Level Airspace Concept
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Score: 536829.64 - https://www.icao.int/MID/Documents/2017/ATM%20SG3/WP25.pdf
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Standardization & Harmonization in Runway Safety 中 国 民 航 管 理 干 部 学 院 CAMIC Harmonization of Concepts in Runway Safety Presented to GRSS Panel By Zhang Zhijun CAMIC 25th May 2011 中国民航管理干部学院 Civil Aviation Management Institute of China Concepts in runway safety • Runway incursions “Any occurrence at an aerodrome involving the incorrect presence of an aircraft, vehicle or person on the protected area of a surface designated for the landing and take off of aircraft”. • Runway excursions An aircraft on the runway surface departs the end or the side of the runway surface. • Runway confusion There may not be any definition. 中国民航管理干部学院 Civil Aviation Management Institute of China Confusion in concepts Runway incursions ? Runway confusion? or runway excursions? (...) 中国民航管理干部学院 Civil Aviation Management Institute of China What leads concept confusions? Definitions and concepts are from deferent perspectives • Runway incursions– from a perspective of operation • Runway excursions – from a perspective of outcomes of certain operation • Runway confusions – from either a perspective of operation or outcomes of certain operation 中国民航管理干部学院 Civil Aviation Management Institute of China Why to clarify and harmonize the concepts?
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Score: 536637.4 - https://www.icao.int/safety/Ru...ns/PDF/3A-1-Zhang%20Zhijun.pdf
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Sustainable Development Goals United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization Monday, 5 October 13.00 - 15.30 World Teachers’ Day 2020 Opening Ceremony & Award Ceremony of the 6th Edition of the UNESCO - Hamdan Teacher Prize Languages: English, French, Arabic, Spanish Links: - Agenda - Registration Monday, 5 October 16.00 - 17.30 Feature Session on Teacher Leadership – Showcasing Grassroots Teacher Initiatives in Response to School Closures Languages: English, French, Spanish Links: - Concept note and agenda - Registration Tuesday, 6 October 10.00 - 11.30 Youth and Adult Literacy Educators: Status, Chal- lenges and Opportunities Towards Professionaliza- tion Languages: English, French, Spanish Links: - Concept note and agenda - Background report - Registration Tuesday, 6 October 16.00 - 17.30 Teachers at the Forefront of Crisis and Change: Examining the Relevance of the ILO/UNESCO Recom- mendation concerning the Status of Teachers Languages: English, French, Spanish Links: - Concept note and agenda - Registration Wednesday, 7 October 09.00 to 11.00 Teacher Task Force Asia-Pacific Regional Virtual Meeting Languages: English Links: - Concept note and agenda - Registration Wednesday, 7 October 10.00 - 11.30 Joint UNESCO-IIEP-Education Development Trust Session – Change agents: The emergence of profes- sional learning leaders at the middle tier of educa- tion systems Languages: English, French Links: - Concept note and agenda - Registration Wednesday, 7 October 15.00 - 16.30 Teacher Task Force Africa Regional Virtual Meeting Languages: English Links: - Concept note and agenda - Registration Wednesday, 7 October 16.00 - 17.30 Joint UNESCO-Teach For All Session – Lessons from this worldwide experiment in distance learning Languages: English, French, Spanish Links: - Concept note and agenda - Registration Thursday, 8 October 10.00 - 11.30 Teacher Task Force Arab States Regional Virtual Meeting Languages: English, French, Arabic Links: - Agenda - Registration Thursday, 8 October 11.00 - 12.30 Professionalization of Early Childhood Teachers: The Missing Piece for Strong Leadership? Languages: English, French Links: - Concept note and agenda - Registration Thursday, 8 October 14.00 - 15.30 Industry Experience of TVET Teachers in Times of Crisis Languages: English, French Links: - Concept note and agenda - Registration Thursday, 8 October 15.00 - 16.30 Teacher Task Force Africa Regional Virtual Meeting Languages: French Links: - Concept note and agenda - Registration Thursday, 8 October 16.00 - 17.30 Education in crisis: Are higher education teachers leading in action? Languages: English, French, Arabic Links: - Concept note and agenda - Registration Friday, 9 October 11.00 - 12.30 Joint IIEP-UNESCO – Education Development Trust Session – Promising policies to support teacher management in refugee settings: A multi-country research initiative Languages: English Links: - Concept note and agenda - Registration Friday, 9 October 13.00 - 15.00 Varkey Foundation “Rebuild” Summit – A global conversation on how teacher leadership can rebuild education.
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Score: 536580.76 - https://en.unesco.org/sites/de...es/wtd-2020-agenda-summary.pdf
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The development of a performance framework for its implementation is done in support of the Global Air Traffic Management (ATM) Operational Concept. The realization of the vision for future ATM requires a collaborative environment with significant information content as described in the flight and flow of information for a collaborative environment (FF-ICE) concept, under development. (...) As there is a need for identification of suitable harmonized metrics for the regions; States will be requested to provide relevant data. - 3 - A37-WP/11 TE/2 2.3 Flight and flow information for a collaborative environment (FF-ICE) 2.3.1 The FF-ICE concept is being developed to achieve the vision outlined in the operational concept and ATM requirements. (...) The FF-ICE refines the operational concept in the area of flight information management.
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Score: 535572.5 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...ers%20by%20Number/wp011_en.pdf
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APIRG/18 – WP20 25/3/2012 1 1.1.1.1 INTERNATIONAL CIVIL AVIATION ORGANIZATION AFI PLANNING AND IMPLEMENTATION REGIONAL GROUP EIGHTEENTH MEETING (APIRG/18) Kampala, Uganda (27 – 30 March 2012) Agenda item 3.7: Single Sky Concept: Implementation of the Cotonou Declaration by AFI ANSPs (Presented by ASECNA, ATNS, ENNA) SUMMARY AFI Single African Sky Concept is supported by a roadmap made of stakeholders’ action plans with short and long term goals for seamless air navigation services provision and seamless CNS/ATM resources associated with modern solutions to institutional and regulatory framework for the achievement of a qualitative and economic objectives as well as a collaborative and cooperative process at AFI level to help meet goals in a qualitative and economic way. (...) Single Sky Objectives 2.2 Single Sky concept aims to better organize the airspace through the establishment of common rules and procedures as well as better cooperation between States and ANSPs in order to meet the following objectives: - Seamless service provision and airspace capacity optimization; - User preferred routing leading to significant fuel savings and reduction of greenhouse gases emissions. 3. (...) Single Sky Roadmap 4.1 Methodology 4.1.1 Three fundamental phases are required to develop the roadmap: - Definition concept - Development concept - Implementation 4.2 AFI single Sky Roadmap 4.2.1 The AFI Single Sky roadmap is a set of stakeholders’action plan with short and long term goals for seamless provision of air navigation services combined with appropriate choices of technological, regulatory and institutional solutions for the achievement of qualitative and economic objectives; human factor is part of the process. 4.2.3 Stakeholders are Member States, ANSPs and airspace users (airlines/aircrafts). 4.2.4 The action plans of the roadmap set out the objectives (regulatory, institutional, policy, based on performance and safety), resources (CNS infrastructure, ATM systems, human resources skills profile and qualification), expected deliverables and implementation deadlines: • Air Navigation Service Providers  Feasibility study, safety study, Cost/Benefice analysis, environmental impact study in relation with seamless sky ;  Implementation of minimum requirements for seamless sky ;  Concept validation;  CNS/ATM systems planning in accordance with AFI air navigation plan and interoperability;  Single sky concept implementation project management;  Bilateral and regional cooperation in the framework of the harmonization of procedures and systems interoperability. • Member States  The African Union meeting of Ministers in charge of Civil Aviation under the auspices of WACAF for a political will to move toward a single African Sky;  Institutional measures such as separation of power between an operator and the regulator for efficient implementation of AFI single sky;  Implementation of ICAO standards and recommended practices;  Regulatory safety framework oversight in ATM  Creation of FAB (functional Airspace Block);  Steering Committee or other member states body in charge of the implementation and funding of AFI Single Sky roadmap ;  harmonization of ATC personnel licenses;  Environnemental measures for sustainable development. • Airspace users APIRG/18 Single Sky Concept: Implementation of the Cotonou Declaration  Avionics planning in accordance with ground CNS/ATM infrastructure and services planning;  Civil/military cooperation in the military needs and use of airspace;  Technical cooperation among ANSPs within the single sky concept validation. 4.3 FAB concept (functional airspace blocks) 4.3.1 The creation of Functional Airspace Block, entity with more than one member state, has the following objectives: - Traffic flow optimisation; - Route network optimization; - Capacity increase and efficiency of airspace management with performance based operations. 4.
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Score: 535046.24 - https://www.icao.int/WACAF/Doc...APIRG/APIRG18/Docs/wp20_en.pdf
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MSG/4-WP/15 18/11/2014 International Civil Aviation Organization MIDANPIRG Steering Group Fourth Meeting (MSG/4) (Cairo, Egypt, 24 - 26 November 2014) Agenda Item 4: MID Region Air Navigation Planning MID REGION HIGH LEVEL AIRSPACE CONCEPT (Presented by the Secretariat) SUMMARY This paper presents the initial MID Region High Level Airspace Concept for the meeting review and endorsement. (...) INTRODUCTION 1.1 An airspace concept provides the outline and intended framework of operations within an airspace. (...) Airspace concepts can include details of the practical organization of the airspace and its users based on particular CNS/ATM assumptions, e.g.
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Score: 534698.7 - https://www.icao.int/MID/Documents/2014/MSG%204/WP%2015.pdf
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SAT/24 – WP/10 05/06/2019 1 INTERNATIONAL CIVIL AVIATION ORGANIZATION WESTERN AND CENTRAL AFRICA OFFICE Twenty-Fourth Meeting on the Improvement of Air Traffic Services over the South Atlantic (SAT/24) Luanda, Angola, 3-4 June 2019 Agenda Item 3.4: SAT Concept of Operations CONOPS 3.4.1 SOUTH ATLANTIC (SAT) VISSION, CONCEPT OF OPERATIONS AND IMPLEMENTATION ROADMAP (Secretariat) SUMMARY This paper presents an overview of the concept of operations in the airspace over the South Atlantic Ocean, and ongoing activities to facilitate improvements of Air Traffic Service provision in the SAT area. (...) Free route concept will be gradually introduced according to PBN and ADS-C/CPDLC requirements and appropriate separation. 2.4.2 The scope of the Project is to produce the high level deliverables and documentation models (letter of agreements, AIC, AIP Supplements, etc.), in order to offer the necessary support to States for the gradual implementation of a short, medium and long term EUR/SAM Airspace Concept, applying ADS-C, CPDLC and PBN requirements. 2.4.3 The metrics for the new EUR/SAM corridor airspace concept are Efficiency: NM, Fuel and CO2 savings and Target of Level of Safety. 2.4.4 The implementation of the proposed new EUR/SAM Corridor Airspace Concept has delayed for various reasons, the latest being in the implementation of Performance based Communication and Surveillance - PBCS and changes in the leadership of the EUR-SAM Corridor Implementation Team (ESCIT). (...) -END- INTERNATIONAL CIVIL AVIATION ORGANIZATION 3.4.1 SOUTH ATLANTIC (SAT) VISSION, CONCEPT OF OPERATIONS AND IMPLEMENTATION ROADMAP 1.
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Score: 534356.7 - https://www.icao.int/WACAF/Doc...20of%20Operations%20CONOPS.pdf
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[2242-GEN]  Initial text of proposed draft new Supplement ITU-T Y.Sup.DTw-concept-usecase "Concept and use cases of a digital twin in smart sustainable cities"   Français   Español     Home : ITU-T : SG 20 : Temporary Documents (Meeting 2021-05-17) : 2242-GEN Recently posted  -  Search Meeting Documents     [2242-GEN]  Initial text of proposed draft new Supplement ITU-T Y.Sup.DTw-concept-usecase "Concept and use cases of a digital twin in smart sustainable cities" Format Size Posted English Word   67294 bytes 2021-05-23 [2242-GEN]    Document : ITU-T SG 20  (Study Period 2017)  Temporary Document  2242-GEN Title : Initial text of proposed draft new Supplement ITU-T Y.Sup.DTw-concept-usecase "Concept and use cases of a digital twin in smart sustainable cities" Date : 2021-05-23 Source : Co-rapporteurs Q7/20 AI/Question : Q7/20 Access : Restricted to TIES users  [ITU-T] Top  -  Feedback  -  Contact Us  -  Copyright © ITU  2008 All Rights Reserved Contact for this page :  TSB EDH Updated : 2021-05-23  
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Score: 534214.06 - https://www.itu.int/md/T17-SG2...210517-TD-GEN-2242/_page.print
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[2242-GEN]  Initial text of proposed draft new Supplement ITU-T Y.Sup.DTw-concept-usecase "Concept and use cases of a digital twin in smart sustainable cities"   Français   Español     Home : ITU-T : SG 20 : Temporary Documents (Meeting 2021-05-17) : 2242-GEN Recently posted  -  Search Meeting Documents     [2242-GEN]  Initial text of proposed draft new Supplement ITU-T Y.Sup.DTw-concept-usecase "Concept and use cases of a digital twin in smart sustainable cities" Format Size Posted English Word   67294 bytes 2021-05-23 [2242-GEN]    Document : ITU-T SG 20  (Study Period 2017)  Temporary Document  2242-GEN Title : Initial text of proposed draft new Supplement ITU-T Y.Sup.DTw-concept-usecase "Concept and use cases of a digital twin in smart sustainable cities" Date : 2021-05-23 Source : Co-rapporteurs Q7/20 AI/Question : Q7/20 Access : Restricted to TIES users  [ITU-T] Top  -  Feedback  -  Contact Us  -  Copyright © ITU  2008 All Rights Reserved Contact for this page :  TSB EDH Updated : 2021-05-23  
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Score: 534214.06 - https://www.itu.int/md/T17-SG20-210517-TD-GEN-2242/en
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Such consideration should be based on criteria that are within the staff member’s control or that have some reasonable nexus to the concept of career service and are applicable to all staff members without distinction; Translated from French Case No. (...) The requirement of two years of service in a D or E duty station has a reasonable nexus to the concept of career service. A strict rotation policy for UNHCR staff both satisfies the Office’s operational Translated from French Case No. (...) Underlines the importance of the concept of career service for staff members performing continuing core functions; ... 3.
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Score: 468613.53 - www.un.org/en/internalj...t/judgments/undt-2012-014e.pdf
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