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. — — — — — — — — — — — ID Task Name Start Finish 1 2 First meeting to discuss the project (E/CAR/WG/33) Thu 07-06-12 Thu 07-06-12 3 Identify States that will be part of the project: Expression of interest Fri 08-06-12 Mon 10-09-12 4 Identify the intended usage of the composite radar image Wed 18-07-12 Wed 22-08-12 5 Identify number of displays and site of displays Wed 18-07-12 Wed 18-07-12 6 1st Radar teleconference Wed 18-07-12 Wed 18-07-12 7 2nd Radar teleconference Wed 12-09-12 Wed 12-09-12 8 Develop test procedure, identify resources to conduct actual coverage checks Sat 28-07-12 Thu 18-10-12 9 Coordinate tests with Grenada and St Vincent Wed 01-08-12 Tue 11-09-12 10 Provide theoretical radar coverage (Barbados, French Antilles, Trinidad, Antigua, United States) Tue 21-08-12 Thu 23-08-12 11 Combine the theoretical radar coverage into one composite image Mon 03-09-12 Fri 28-09-12 12 Actual coverage checks with Grenada and St Vincent Thu 20-09-12 Mon 24-09-12 13 Coordinate tests with States Fri 19-10-12 Thu 25-10-12 14 Analyze network against the need for additional hardware/configuration, if any and implement additional requirements Fri 15-06-12 Wed 28-11-12 15 Make recommendations to E/CAR/DCA/24 on Radar Data Sharing Project- implementation and procurement Tue 02-10-12 Thu 04-10-12 16 Have Barbados Radar in Trinidad Thu 28‐03‐13 Wed 04‐12‐13 CNS Com/ICAO E/CAR Members E/CAR Members RDS Members/ICAO RDS Members/ICAO Trinidad and Tobago Barbados,French Antilles,Trinidad and Antigua,United States Trinidad and Tobago Trinidad and Antigua Trinidad and Antigua/ ECARNTG CNS Com Rapporteur H1 H2 H1 H2 H1 H2 H1 2012 2013 2014 2015 Task Split Milestone Summary Project Summary External Tasks External Milestone Inactive Task Inactive Milestone Inactive Summary Manual Task Duration‐only Manual Summary Rollup Manual Summary Start‐only Finish‐only Deadline Progress Page 1 Project: ECAR R Date: Wed 12‐0 APPENDIX E/CAR/NTG/4-E/CAR/RD/2-DP/01 ID Task Name Start Finish 17 Develop technical specifications needed to implement the radar display for situational awareness. (...) Lucia Mon 17-06-13 Fri 05-07-13 20 Integrate Barbados radar into Piarco's MRT 21 Trials to determine whether the composite image can be displayed on the displays available by French Antilles Thu 11-04-13 Fri 17-05-13 22 Trials to determine whether the composite image can be displayed on the existing displays in Saint Lucia Tue 25-06-13 Wed 31-07-13 23 3rd Radar Teleconference: Present findings to radar sharing group Fri 15-03-13 Fri 15-03-13 24 If success results, carry out MOU signatures Mon 08-07-13 Fri 30-08-13 25 Transportation, training and final setup of the displays in agreed sites 26 Commissioning and operational readiness 27 4th Radar Sharing Teleconference Tue 21-05-13 Tue 21-05-13 28 OP2: Acquisition of new Radar Data Displays Fri 01-11-13 Mon 30-06-14 29 Draft specifications for review by ICAO, ECCAA, France and Trinidad and Tobago Ad‐Hoc Group/ICAO H1 H2 H1 H2 H1 H2 H1 2012 2013 2014 2015 Task Split Milestone Summary Project Summary External Tasks External Milestone Inactive Task Inactive Milestone Inactive Summary Manual Task Duration‐only Manual Summary Rollup Manual Summary Start‐only Finish‐only Deadline Progress Page 2 Project: ECAR R Date: Wed 12‐0 E/CAR/NTG/4-E/CAR/RD/2-DP/01 APPENDIX ID Task Name Start Finish 30 Finalization of Committee members/Selection of Chairperson 31 Finalization of complete tender documents 32 Obtain quotations from selected vendors for estimation Wed 02-04-14 Thu 08-05-14 33 Start procurement process as a regional project (tender/evaluation/selection) 34 Delivery and Installation of equipment 35 Delivery 36 Installation- with local technicians 37 Training 38 Commissioning and operational readiness 39 Radar Meeting for procurement OP2/preparation of OP1 40 CATG/2 41 Conduct tests 42 OP1: Use of 10 existing displays oferred by France 43 E/CAR/WG/34 Meeting Tue 01-07-14 Thu 03-07-14 E/CAR Members E/CAR Members Provider E/CAR Members Trinidad E/CAR Members RDS Members/ICAO ECAR Members OP1: Use Existing Displays E/CAR Members H1 H2 H1 H2 H1 H2 H1 2012 2013 2014 2015 Task Split Milestone Summary Project Summary External Tasks External Milestone Inactive Task Inactive Milestone Inactive Summary Manual Task Duration‐only Manual Summary Rollup Manual Summary Start‐only Finish‐only Deadline Progress Page 3 Project: ECAR R Date: Wed 12‐0 APPENDIX E/CAR/NTG/4-E/CAR/RD/2-DP/01
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Score: 674054 - https://www.icao.int/NACC/Docu...CARNTG4/ECARNTG4Radar1DP01.pdf
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Traffic Computer Honeywell certified TCAS based SmartTraffic™ for use by Airbus for integration of Airborne Traffic AZA557 +10 AFR6512 +10 AZA557 +10 AFR6512 +10 g Situational Awareness (ATSAW) applications like In Trail Procedure in non-oceanic airspace. 1 Copyright © Honeywell 2011 FAA Surface Indicating & Alerting Program (SURF IA) • FAA Sponsored Program with Honeywell, Jet Blue & Alaska AirlinesFAA Sponsored Program with Honeywell, Jet Blue & Alaska Airlines • Sixteen Month Program (Nov 2008 - Mar 2010) to: - Accelerate RTCA SURF IA standards development by producing an Operational Performance Assessment and Operational Safety Assessment - Develop display concepts and indication and alerting algorithms  Honeywell human factors evaluation included JetBlue Airways and Alaska Airlines pilots - Prototype display, surveillance and alerting functionality - Demonstrate the system  Demonstrations at Seattle-Tacoma International airport (SEA) and Snohomish County Paine Field airport (PAE) Dec 2009 – Feb 2010  Preliminary evaluation of TIS-B compatibility and Effectiveness for SURF IA at SEAy y  Use Honeywell King Air and Sovereign test aircraft 2 Copyright © Honeywell 2011 Honeywell Aircraft for SURF IA Demonstrations Eye- Tracker Eye- Tracker LCD Display LCD Display Ki Ai C90 LCD DisplayLCD DisplayTrackerTrackerDisplay Display King Air C90 LCD DisplayLCD Display Modified TPA- 100A Traffic Computer Modified TPA- 100A Traffic ComputerComputer Computer Alerting Algorithms&Data Recording Alerting Algorithms&Data Recording Primus Epic Integrated Primus Epic IntegratedIntegrated Avionics Integrated Avionics Alerting Algorithms&Data Recording Alerting Algorithms&Data Recording EPIC DisplaysEPIC Displays 3 Copyright © Honeywell 2011 Modified TPA- 100A Traffic Computer Modified TPA- 100A Traffic Computer Cessna Sovereign Runway Occupied Alert Examples Caution Alert Warning Alert 4 Copyright © Honeywell 2011 ASSA versus FAROA ASSA FAROAASSA Airport Surface Situational Awareness FAROA Final Approach and Runway Occupancy Awareness 5 Copyright © Honeywell 2011 Principal Findings Pilot Acceptance:• Pilot Acceptance: - Generally good Pilot Acceptance - Pilots found airport map and traffic display very useful for gaining and maintaining situational awarenessmaintaining situational awareness - Display of “Engaged Traffic” and “Target Velocity Vector” was very useful - Pilots prefer ASSA display, but found FAROA acceptable - No data to support a requirement for inhibiting indications and alerts during Land and Hold Short Operations (LAHSO) • System Performance Observations: O ll t f d ll ith b ti /li it ti- Overall system performed well with some observations/limitations: - Some concerns/limitations observed with ADS-B data:  Navigation Integrity Code (NIC) and Navigation Accuracy Code for Position (NACp) values reported by aircraft were often outside the limits set for SURF IA M ADS B i d i ft d t h H di tl t d- Many ADS-B equipped aircraft do not have Heading correctly reported (generally use Track angle, which is reported as zero when aircraft is stationary) - ADS-B transmissions were sometimes masked when line-of-sight was 6 Copyright © Honeywell 2011 g blocked - Occasionally observed loss of ADS-B signal reception, possibly due to multi-path reflections from hangars and/or large aircraft ADS-B In Trail Procedure Operational Evaluation • Honeywell has developed, integrated, and certified a complete ITP avionics capability STC’d on United Airlines 747-400s. • The system consists of our TPA-100B Traffic Computer with ADS-B In and ITP capability TRA 67A Transponders with ADS-B Out and a GoodrichITP capability, TRA 67A Transponders with ADS B Out, and a Goodrich Class 3 SmartDisplay® EFB running Honeywell SmartTraffic™ ITP display software.
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Score: 674054 - https://www.icao.int/NACC/Docu...T/Day01-09-Honeywell-Scott.pdf
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SMR 2008 Presentation Middle East Visualization and Simulation of Air Traffic MID-VSAT ATM SG/3 Cairo, Egypt, 22 – 25 May 2017 LOGO Objectives: - To visualize traffic flow in the ICAO Middle East region - To understand the major congestion areas - To gain a better understanding of the airspace usage LOGO Features:  Regional Traffic View  Vertical and Top-View traffic display (3D & 4D)  FIR boundary display  Flight track display  Day-Night effect based on traffic data  ACFT Call Signe, FL, Sectors, Airways Filters LOGO Data requirements:  Traffic data  Airspace data (FIRs, Airports, Waypoints)  Aircraft Models  Earth Model LOGO Software Development Status  The MIDRMA Team and the UNSW research team manged to write and develop the software engine and the parameters required to visualise the traffic flow in 3D, while the 4D feature is still under development. (...) Software Development Status-continued LOGO Middle East Visualization and Simulation of Air Traffic Some Snapshots of MID-VSAT ( Second Beta Version ) LOGO FIRs Display LOGO Day/Night Effect LOGO Vertical Bird Eye View LOGO Horizontal Bird Eye View LOGO Traffic Flow Visualization LOGO Traffic Flow at Night LOGO www.midrma.com Slide Number 1 Objectives: Features: Data requirements: Software Development Status Slide Number 6 Slide Number 7 FIRs Display Day/Night Effect Slide Number 10 Slide Number 11 Slide Number 12 Slide Number 13 Slide Number 14
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Score: 673434.9 - https://www.icao.int/MID/Docum...%20MID%20VSAT%20-%20MIDRMA.pdf
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This will ensure that all submissions begin with the same source material. Display Conditions The demonstration material should be presented as a CIF image displayed side-by-side with a CIF image generated by the Test Model. Images coded at QCIF resolution should be upsampled to CIF (using the MPEG-4 upsampling filter) for display. These two images should be centered in a CCIR 601 size display. (...) This information could take the form of a video demonstration displaying the original, Test Model, and the proposal presented as if they were displayed by an actual system for a given application.
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Score: 672964.26 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...video-site/9706_Por/q15a06.doc
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Upon successful authentication, the application page will display as described on the Figure 10 below. Figure 10: Application page 2.4. Changing the display language The application can display both in English and in French, with English as the default language. (...) User authentication 2.4. Changing the display language 2.5. Changing user name 2.6. Changing password 2.7.
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Score: 672674.1 - https://www.icao.int/WACAF/Doc...OP/AANDD-USER-MANUAL-OTHER.pdf
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E/CAR/NTG/5 & E/CAR/RD/3 — WP/12 — 2 — 1.3 At the E/CAR/RD/2 Meeting, France gave a demonstration of their radar data display IRMA 2000 and differentiated the data displayed upon the selection of Martinique, Guadeloupe and Dacota in addition to the safety nets, zoom, maps and alerts capabilities. 2. (...) State letter EMX0827, submitted the Procedure for Donation of CPUs for Radar Display particularly directed for those E/CAR area States that committed to implement the CPUs donated by France about the procedure to request these CPUs: E/CAR/NTG/5 & E/CAR/RD/3 — WP/12 — 3 — State/Territory Projected No. of CPUs Acquisition of Display Request for CPU Trinidad 1 Display available. Requested Anguilla 1 Antigua and Barbuda 2 The Procurement process for the displays has been initiated. Requested Barbados 1 Dominica 1 Display is available.
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Score: 671778.86 - https://www.icao.int/NACC/Docu.../ECARNTG5/ECARNTG5-RD3WP12.pdf
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Module: SD | UMOJA Skip to main content Welcome to the United Nations Toggle navigation Language: English Français HOME ABOUT TRAINING COURSES ON INSPIRA EMPLOYEE & MANAGER SELF SERVICE iLEARN UMOJA JOB AIDS RESOURCES REPORTING BI Reports Inventory NEWS SUPPORT SYSTEM STATUS GLOSSARY SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT                                                         Self Service Production Systems Strategic Planning Fundraising Umoja Mobile Home Umoja Reporting Module page Module: SD Module: SD Report Name Report Type Transaction Code (T-Code)/Query Main Purpose Mulit Level Equipment List ECC Reports IE07 Display equipment characteristics Equipment list (Display) ECC Reports IH08 Equipment without asset records Functional Location multi-level list (Display)    ECC Reports IL07 View equipment in a hierarchical view by Functional Location Display PM Orders ECC Reports IW39 Overview of Service Orders and drilldown option Order List (Multi-Level) ECC Reports IW40 List of order and associated sub-orders List of Sales Orders ECC Reports VA05 Sales order by grant Operation Cost Overview ECC Reports IW40N Reporting on sub-orders Display Condition Records ECC Reports VK13 Pricing Conditions based on sales areas, which consist of Sales Organization, Distribution Channels and Divisions.
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Score: 671769.6 - https://umoja.un.org/umoja-reporting/1217
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Module: SD | UMOJA Skip to main content Bienvenue aux Nations Unies Toggle navigation Langue: English Français TRAINING COURSES ON INSPIRA EMPLOYEE & MANAGER SELF SERVICE iLEARN UMOJA JOB AIDS RESOURCES REPORTING BI Reports Inventory NEWS SUPPORT SYSTEM STATUS GLOSSARY SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT                                                         Self Service Production Systems Strategic Planning Fundraising Umoja Mobile Accueil Umoja Reporting Module page Module: SD Module: SD Report Name Report Type Transaction Code (T-Code)/Query Main Purpose Mulit Level Equipment List ECC Reports IE07 Display equipment characteristics Equipment list (Display) ECC Reports IH08 Equipment without asset records Functional Location multi-level list (Display)    ECC Reports IL07 View equipment in a hierarchical view by Functional Location Display PM Orders ECC Reports IW39 Overview of Service Orders and drilldown option Order List (Multi-Level) ECC Reports IW40 List of order and associated sub-orders List of Sales Orders ECC Reports VA05 Sales order by grant Operation Cost Overview ECC Reports IW40N Reporting on sub-orders Display Condition Records ECC Reports VK13 Pricing Conditions based on sales areas, which consist of Sales Organization, Distribution Channels and Divisions.
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Score: 671769.6 - https://umoja.un.org/fr/umoja-reporting/1217
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In addition, the UNIC displayed the exhibit “A Legacy of Black Achievement” and screened the film Familiar Faces/Unexpected Places—A Global African Diaspora . (...) Yaoundé, Cameroon UNIC organized an educational event at the National Museum in Yaoundé, which included a panel discussion and display of the exhibit titled “A Legacy of Black Achievement”. (...) EUROPE Geneva, Switzerland The exhibit “A Legacy of Black Achievement” was displayed at the Palais des Nations from 16 to 30 March.
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Score: 671654 - https://www.un.org/en/events/s...nceday/2018/events-world.shtml
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International Coordinating Council of Aerospace Industries Associations • Airbus solution to reduce runway incursion and confusion risk is based on On-board Airport Navigation System (OANS) • Superimposition aircraft real time position on an airport moving map • Improvement of flight crew situation awareness during airport surface operations • Selection capability of different modes and zoom with corresponding maps displayed on the Navigation Display • Triggering of graphical alerts on Navigation Display when aircraft approaches runways • Cornerstone for the integration of surface operations features (brake-to-vacate, taxi route, surrounding traffic, etc.) • Design philosophy • OANS is not a guidance system and displayed information must be correlated by the pilot with outside world • Implementation • New equipment: On-board Airport Navigation Computer (OANC) • DO272/ED99/ARINC 816 Airport Map Database required • Certification Date • A380: Certified and in-service since 2007 • A320 family: Q1 2012 • A330/A340: Q2 2012 • A350XWB: At Entry-Into-Service Program Implementation Considerations International Coordinating Council of Aerospace Industries Associations 5 Program Implementation Considerations •Significant fleet coverage needed to achieve widespread safety benefit.  New, Derivative and Production Aircraft  Retrofit Aircraft International Coordinating Council of Aerospace Industries Associations 6 AMM on Class 3 EFB AMM on Nav Display Smart Runway Runway Disagree AlertingAlerting Situational Awareness Available Equipage Position Awareness (incursion/confusion) International Coordinating Council of Aerospace Industries Associations International Coordinating Council of Aerospace Industries Associations 7 Display in case of runway proximity Available Equipage Positional Awareness via Airport Moving Map 8 Available Equipage Smart Runway Runway Disagree Alerting 8 “Approaching Zero-Nine Left” “On Runway Zero-Nine Left” 0 9L 0 9L 9 Class 2 EFB with AMM – Window Sill Surface CDTI Surface Traffic Conflict Alerts Alerting Situational Awareness Future Equipage Studies Smart Runway Taxi Route Runway Status Indications Position, Taxi Route, & Traffic Awareness, Traffic Alerting 10 Future Equipage Studies - AMM Airport Moving Map with: • Taxi Route • Traffic • Runway Status Indications • Traffic Conflict Alerting 11 Actively committed to government and industry efforts to improve runway safety. • CAST, RTCA, FAA, NTSB, FSF, ICAO. • Customer & Vendor Collaborations.
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Score: 671081.64 - https://www.icao.int/safety/Ru...s/PDF/4A-3-James%20Johnson.pdf
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