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Driver and system Driver Driver Limited 2 Partial driving automation The sustained and ODD-specific execution by the driving automation system of both lateral and longitudinal vehicle motion control subtasks, while the driver completes OEDR subtask and supervises the driving automation system. (...) The system is so good that the operator (driver) ceases to provide proper supervision (up to and including driver unresponsiveness). • In the first case, the system requires so much driver intervention that it impairs driver operation of the vehicle. • In the second case, the system is so reliable that the driver may not be available to intervene when needed. (...) System deactivation by the driver Immediately upon request by the driver. Immediately upon request by the driver fallback user, but the system may delay deactivation for safety reasons.
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Score: 779958.2 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul.../files/2022-01/GRVA-12-17e.pdf
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Scenario description Initiate permanent ping messages from Test Driver A to Test Driver B and from Test Driver B to Test Driver A. (...) Scenario description Initiate permanent ping messages from Test Driver A to Test Driver B and from Test Driver B to Test Driver A. (...) Scenario description Initiate permanent ping messages from Test Driver A to Test Driver B and from Test Driver B to Test Driver A.
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Score: 776629.25 - https://www.icao.int/ESAF/Docu...e_Test_Guidelines_AFI_AMHS.pdf
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Type of study 4 2 1,4 6 3 3 2 1 1,2 4 2 1,2,4 1,2 1,2 1,4 1,2,3 5 1,2 2 4 4 2,4 1,2 1,3 1,2 4 6 2,4 4 4 2,4 5 Questionnaire on health outcomes anc Study on absenteeism, work disability Ergonomic study Bio-medical study or physical examin, Literature review Accident study Country USA Sweden Finland United Kingdom Hong Kong United Kingdom United Kingdom United Kingdom United Kingdom Austria Germany Sweden Netherlands Netherlands Norway Netherlands Review Germany Netherlands United Kingdom Netherlands Denmark Netherlands Netherlands Netherlands Soviet Union Netherlands USA Germany Sweden Italy Review [/or working situation (and rehabilitation), tui ation Year 1992 1982 1983 1979 1985 1987 1982 1990 1983 1985 1983 1982 1993 1978 1977 1989 1985 1983 1982 1966 1982 1981 1991 1985 1982 1975 1987 1987 1981 1983 1975 1988 •nover Sample population 130 drivers 4554 bus and tram drivers 1597 professional drivers, a.o. bus drivers 30 bus drivers Hong Kong buses London buses 12,639 bus drivers 376 bus drivers 289 bus drivers 18 bus drivers 775 bus drivers 1,422 bus, tram, train and guard workers 2,050 bus drivers 1,252 bus drivers 98 bus drivers (14,000 other employees) 4,180 bus drivers 300 bus drivers, 300 tram drivers 135 ex-bus drivers 413 bus drivers 12 bus drivers 1,396 bus drivers 120 bus drivers 8 buses 655 bus drivers 930 bus drivers and 312 ex-drivers 990 bus drivers 1,500 bus drivers 28 bus drivers 41 bus drivers 200 bus drivers 1.2. (...) The ergonomic layout of the bus driver's cabin What is the ergonomic quality of the bus driver's cabin? (...) The more drivers worked overtime, the greater the risk that drivers would become sick, that drivers would have to work overtime, etc.
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Score: 776420.4 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...ts/publication/wcms_250105.pdf
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E C E /T R A N S /W P .2 9 /1 1 4 0 3 Object and Event Detection and Response (OEDR) by the driver The driver may not perform secondary activities Object and Event Detection and Response (OEDR) by the system The driver may perform secondary activities Monitor by Driver Monitor by Driver (a) Monitor by Driver (b) Monitor by System (Return to Driver Control on System Request) Monitor by System Full Time under defined use case Monitor by System only Ref. (...) This might include warning/informing the driver in due time when an intervention by the driver is needed. 3. (...) Unnecessary Aspects of arrangement that ensures the driver’s involvement in dynamic driving tasks (driver monitoring, etc.)
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Score: 776080.5 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...tions/ECE-TRANS-WP29-1140e.pdf
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Stress prevention for bus drivers Stress prevention for bus drivers A large number of studies have been carried out on the work and health of bus drivers, particularly those operating in metropolitan areas. (...) The demands made on bus drivers Studies show that absenteeism among bus drivers for reasons of sickness is significantly higher than in other comparable professional groups. (...) Stress prevention for bus drivers The demands made on bus drivers Recommendations for preventing and combating work stress among bus drivers
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Score: 774214.45 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...ts/publication/wcms_118243.pdf
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Although the 1949 and 1968 Conventions on Road Traffic set out the role and obligations of the driver, neither convention specifies the location of the driver. 5. (...) IV. Remote Driver 9. To enable the safe deployment of remote driving, the remote driver must: a. (...) Final considerations 14. The driver definitions in the 1949 and 1968 conventions do not preclude a driver from being located outside of the vehicle.
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Score: 771010.1 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul...1-Informal%20document-1e_2.pdf
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Step 2 Select an Inclusive Policy Marker Open Exclusion risks and their intersections Removal of exclusion drivers Differentiated and distributional effects of policies Tailored policy design and service delivery Selected: Removal of exclusion drivers Drivers of exclusion – which may be entrenched in values, behaviours, institutions and/or policies themselves – help exclusion risks materialize. (...) Step 3 Select a Policy Design Consideration Selected: Structural, behavioural and policy-related drivers Detection and removal of exclusion drivers is part of inclusive interventions. (...) Values and behavioural drivers are those relating to discriminatory attitudes and cultural practices.
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Score: 769123.44 - https://en.unesco.org/inclusiv...ral-and-policy-related-drivers
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Step 2 Select an Inclusive Policy Marker Open Exclusion risks and their intersections Removal of exclusion drivers Differentiated and distributional effects of policies Tailored policy design and service delivery Selected: Removal of exclusion drivers Drivers of exclusion – which may be entrenched in values, behaviours, institutions and/or policies themselves – help exclusion risks materialize. (...) Step 3 Select a Policy Design Consideration Selected: Structural, behavioural and policy-related drivers Detection and removal of exclusion drivers is part of inclusive interventions. (...) Values and behavioural drivers are those relating to discriminatory attitudes and cultural practices.
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Score: 769123.44 - https://en.unesco.org/inclusivepolicylab/taxonomy/term/189
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Step 2 Select an Inclusive Policy Marker Open Exclusion risks and their intersections Removal of exclusion drivers Differentiated and distributional effects of policies Tailored policy design and service delivery Selected: Removal of exclusion drivers Drivers of exclusion – which may be entrenched in values, behaviours, institutions and/or policies themselves – help exclusion risks materialize. (...) Step 3 Select a Policy Design Consideration Selected: Structural, behavioural and policy-related drivers Detection and removal of exclusion drivers is part of inclusive interventions. (...) Values and behavioural drivers are those relating to discriminatory attitudes and cultural practices.
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Score: 769123.44 - en.unesco.org/inclusive...ral-and-policy-related-drivers
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The process is moderated by a "topic driver". The time and effort you want to allocate can be arranged individually. (...) Active Groups Diagnoses of bacterial infection and anti-microbial resistance (AMR) (TG-Bacteria) Driver:  Nada Malou  (MSF, France) Call for participation -  Des​criptio​n document  -  Collaborate​ Use of AI in cardiovascular disease management (TG-Cardio) Driver: Benjamin Muthambi (IEPH/Institutes of Epidemiology & Public Health, South Africa​) Call for participation - Description document - Collaborate TG-Cardio Sub-topic: Risk Predictions Driver: Benjamin Muthambi (IEPH/Institutes of Epidemiology & Public Health, South Africa​)​ Call for participation - Desc​rip​tion document - Collaborate Denta​l diagnostics and digital dentistry (TG-Dental) ​Drivers:  Falk Schwendicke ,  Joachim Krois  (Charité Berlin, Germany)​,  Tarry Singh  (deepkapha.ai, ​​Netherlands)​​ Call for participation  -  Descriptio​n document  -  Collaborate Dermatology (TG-Derma) Driver:  Sharad Kumar​​  (Nurithm Labs, India​)​ Call for particip​ation  -  Desc​ription document  -  Collaborate Primary and secondary diabetes prediction (TG-Diabetes) Driver:  Andrés Valdivieso  (Anastasia.ai​, Chile) Call for participation ​ -  Descripti​on document​  -  Collaborate AI for Endoscopy (TG-Endoscopy)  Driver:  Jianrong Wu  (Tencent Healthcare, China) ​ Call for participation  -  Description document  -  Collaborate​ AI-based detection of falsified medicine (TG-FakeMed) Driver:  Franck Verzefé  (TrueSpec-Africa, DRC) Call for participation  -  Desc​ription document​  -  Collaborate ​Falls among the elderly (TG-Falls) Driver: Inês Sousa (Fraunhofer Portuga​l),  Pierpaolo Palumbo (University of Bologna, Italy) Call for participation - Descri​ption document - Collaborate ​ Histopathology (TG-Histo) Driver: Frederick Klausche n (Charité Berlin, Germany) Call for participation - Descrip​tion document - Collaborate​​ Human reproduction and fertility (TG-Fertility) Co-drivers:   Susanna Brandi   and   Eleonora Lippolis​  (Merck KGaA, Darmstadt, Germany)​ Call for participation ​ -   Description document​   -   Collaborate ​ Malaria detection (TG-Malaria) Driver:  Rose Nakasi  (Makerere University, Uganda) Call for participation  -  Descript​ion document  -  Collaborate Maternal and child health (TG-MCH) Drivers:  Raghu Dharmaraju  (Wadhwani AI, India), Alexandre Chiavegatto Filho  (University of Sao Paulo, Brazil) Call for parti​cipation  -  Description do​cument  -  Collaborate ​ Musculoskeletal medicine (TG-MSK) Drivers: ​​​​​ Peter Grinbergs​ (EQL, UK) (interim), Yura Perov (individual contributor)​​ ​ Call for parti​cipation ​ -  Description document​  -  Collaborate​ Neurological disorders (TG-Neuro) Driver: Marc Lecoultr e (ML Labs, Swit​zerland)​ Call for participation - Descriptio​n document​ - Collaborate​​​ Ophthalmology (TG- Ophthal mo) Driver:   Arun Shroff   (MedIndia) Call for participation   -   Descriptio​​n document   -   Collaborate ​ Outbreak detection (TG-Outbreaks) Drivers: ​ Auss Abbood ​ (Robert Koch Institute, Germany), Stéphane Ghozzi​​ (Helmholtz Centre for Infection Research (HZI), Germany) Call for participation - Descrip​tion document - Collaborate ​ Point-of care diagnostics (TG-POC)​ Driver:  Nina Linder  (University of Helsinki, Finland)​ Call for participation​  -  Description document  -  Collaborate Psychiatry (TG-Psy) Driver: Nicolas Langer (ETH Zurich, Switzerland) Call for participation - Descri​ption document - Collaborate Radiology (TG-Radiology)  Driver:  Darlington Ahiale Akogo​  (minoHealth AI Labs, Ghana) Call for part​icipation​  -  Description document​  -  Collaborate Sanitation for public health (TG-Sanitation) Co-drivers:  Khahlil Louisy  and  Alexander Radunsky  (Institute for Technology & Global Health, ITGH, US) Call for participation  -  Description document  -  Collaborate Snakebite and snake identification (TG-Snake) Driver: Rafael Ruiz de Castaneda (UniGE, Switzerland) Call for participation - Description ​document - Collaborate Symptom assessment (TG-Symptom) Driver: Henry Hoffmann (Ada Health, Germany) Call for participation - Description document - Collaborate Tuberculosis (TG-TB) Driver: Manjula Singh (ICMR, India) Call for participation - Description doc​ument - Collaborate Volumetric chest computed tomography (TG-DiagnosticCT) Driver: Kuan Chen (Infervision, China) Call for participation - Description document - Collaborate ​ Page Content 2 Page Content 3 Page Content 4 Page Content 5 Page Content 17 Page Content 16 Page Content 9 Page Content 10 Page Content 18 Page Content 19 Page Content 11 Page Content 12 Page Content 13 Topic Groups Page Content 15 Topic groups  (TGs) take charge of specific health domains with corresponding AI/ML tasks.
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Score: 768558.1 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/focusgroups/ai4h/Pages/tg.aspx
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