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Networks for Prosperity N4P at World Bank conference Sidebar - Our focus Creating shared prosperity Advancing economic competitiveness Safeguarding the environment Strengthening Knowledge and Institutions Cross-cutting services Circular economy Green Industry Gender equality and the empowerment of women Industrial policy advice, research and statistics UNIDO and Small Island Developing States (SIDS) South-South and Triangular Industrial Cooperation Partnerships for prosperity Cooperation with BRICS Centre for South-South Industrial Cooperation Global convener on South-South Cooperation Networks, platforms and partnerships with South-South cooperation focus Partnerships with international development organizations Partnerships with the private sector Technical cooperation projects Networks, centres, forums and platforms ITPO Network National Cleaner Production Centres (NCPCs) & Networks Networks for Prosperity 2014 Report 2013 Report 2012 Report 2011 Report 2011 Connectedness index N4P at World Bank conference Subcontracting and Partnership Exchange UNIDO and the Global Environment Facility (GEF) Standard-setting and compliance Technical cooperation Building a better future UNIDO’s normative role for higher impact Networks for Prosperity Initiative partnering globally In the framework of the Conference and Knowledge fair "Mobilizing Knowledge Networks for Development", which was organized by the World Bank on 19 and 20 June 2012 in Washington DC, UNIDO presented its Network for Prosperity initiative . Conference participants met to explore ways to become better providers and connectors of knowledge in a world where the sources of knowledge are increasingly diverse and dispersed.
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Score: 1250503.5 - https://www.unido.org/our-focu...initiative-partnering-globally
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PROPOSAL FOR SUPPLEMENT 5 TO THE 02 SERIES OF AMENDMENTS TO UN REGULATION NO. 100 (ELECTRIC POWER TRAINED VEHICLES)
If the on-board REESS can be externally charged by the user, vehicle movement by its own propulsion system shall be impossible as long as the connector of the external electric power supply is physically connected to the vehicle inlet. This requirement shall be demonstrated by using the connector specified by the car manufacturer. The state of the drive direction control unit shall be identified to the driver." (...) N3 vehicles (trucks with top sleepers) is more for an exchange of views.
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Score: 1250338.9 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...TRANS/WP.29/GRSP/2019/3&Lang=E
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Walter von Pattay Secretary of ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 25 2dates ITU-T Table of contents o Reasons for cabling. o Standardisation: prerogative for successfull precabling. o Contents of ISO/IEC 15018: •Two topologies, •Up to four cables, •A new connector for balanced cables. o The standards body for in-house cabling. o What are the costs for precabling? (...) Home Auto- mation Network Entertain- ment Network I&C Network Common infrastructure including mains dates ITU-T ISO/IEC 15018: principles of ISO/IEC 11801 provide market success Cabling and applications have different life cycles Generic cabling Building infrastructure POTS PBX ISDN ATM LANs Computer Network (IT) Multimedia (MM) Facilitymanagement Appliances (CCCB) Broadcast communicatio technologie BCT Stable Topology Stable Interfaces Minimum channel performance Link and channel for CCCB Link and channel for ICT & BCT Link an channel for conventional BCT 15dates ITU-T ISO/IEC 15018: channels/links • CCCB in coverage area: ≤ 100 kHz 1 pair free topology @ 0,7 A /conductor • CCCB to ACP: suitable for class D: ISO/IEC 11801 • ICT channel:≤ 100 MHz → Class D: ISO/IEC 11801 • ICT with cable and connector sharing: class E (11801) • BCT channel balanced: ≤ 1 GHz • BCT channel coaxial: ≤ 3 GHz ≤ 1 GHz, when sufficient long term • Optical channels: for further study 16dates ITU-T BCT-B coupling attenuation BCT-C screening attenuation BCT-B BCT-C H L H L 1 000 ≤ f ≤ 3 000 55 50 dB dB 75 75 65 85 80 75470 ≤ f ≤ 1 000 75 65 @ MHz dB dB 30 ≤ f ≤ 300 85 75 300 ≤ f ≤ 470 80 75 H: higher immunity, L lower immunity 17dates ITU-T Hierarchical Structure of homecabling BD CD BD FDFDHD SHD Primary home cabling subsystem CO CO CO CO TO BO HD FD TO, BO Campus backbone cabling subsystem Building backbone cabling subsystem Primary home cabling subsystem Area feeder cable subsystem Coverage area subsystem Campus backbone cabling subsystem Building backbone cabling subsystem Floor backbone cabling subsystem HIERARCHY HIERARCHY ACP 18dates ITU-T TEc cEQP c c c TO, BO Home distributor Permanent link Channel Channels & permanent links in the home 1 19dates ITU-T Channels & permanent links in the home 2 Channel TEcc c TO, BO TEcc c TO, BO Home distributor Channel = connectionC 20dates ITU-T ICT & BCT cabling in the “room” HD, SHD TO, BO Home cabling subsysten High-performance channels may be implemented at high frequencies only point to point. 21dates ITU-T The standard does not limit the freedom of implementation HD, SHD TO,BO Home cabling subsystem Potential location for TO/BO With guarantied channel performance, thus within the standard. 22dates ITU-T HomeWay® Cable: • TV cable (13 dB) • Data cable (Category 5), shielded • EIB cable Connector: • Telephone • Data (PC-Network) • TV/Radio (SAT-TV) 23dates ITU-T Connector IEC 61076-3-104 24dates ITU-T Connector IEC 61076-3-104 25dates ITU-T Connector IEC 61076-3-104 26dates ITU-T CCCB cabling structure in the room Area connection cable HD, SHD Area cabling ACP bus star loop CO tree and branch 27dates ITU-T Example typical CCCB cabling topologies HD CO (lighting/smoke detector) CO (switch and/or other door side features e.g.thermostats etc.)
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Score: 1250158.3 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-T/work...ions/hnhs_0604_s5p4_wp_slf.pdf
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GLOBAL TECHNICAL REGULATION NO. 18 - APPENDIX 1
The protocol is also used in case of re-programming the emission controller, if needed; (v) OBD connector In the initial proposal for the gtr, the OBD connector that was standardised for cars or any alternative connector was included in the proposal as interface for two- and three-wheeled vehicles. To reduce the number of connector configurations around the globe, the alternative connector was replaced, taking into account the development an ISO standard for OBD connector for two- and three- wheeled vehicles.1 Following some questions raised within the IWG on the vibration and temperature performance of the draft ISO standard,1 the ISO working group that developed the standard (ISO TC22/SC38/WG4) provided an explanation to EPPR IWG. 1 Motorcycles and Mopeds - Communication between vehicle and external equipment for diagnostics - Diagnostic connector and related electrical circuits, specification and use. (...) Upon arrival at the service station of the highly polluting vehicle owing to the active malfunction(s), the repairer can connect a generic scan tool directly to the OBD connector and swiftly obtain the vehicle’s on-board diagnostic information as input for the analysis and the actual repair.
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Score: 1246744.9 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...S/180/ADD.18/APPENDIX 1&Lang=E
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Slide 1 SEED System Belgrade, 14th September 2011 in Western Balkan Region 1: EU-SEMS / EU-TACTA Projects May 2008 – July 2009 2: Regional IBM Project November 2009 – April 2010 3: SEED Project September 2010 – September 2012 SEED Concept Life Cycle SEED Phase 1 – Pilot Actions SEED Phase 2 SEED Phase 1 (Pilot Actions) SEED Phase 1 (Pilot Actions) –– Current StatusCurrent Status • Electronic data exchange via SEED system is operational, exactly according to requirements for the SEED Pilot Actions (SEED Phase 1); • Currently operational bilateral “SEED Pilot Actions” are : 1. (...) Montenegro – Bosnia and Herzegovina; CONCLUSION CONCLUSION –– Pilot Actions Functionalities (1)Pilot Actions Functionalities (1) • Legal base for each Pilot Action is “Protocol” on exchange of data signed between two administrations; • Bilateral systematic and automatic data exchange of the real (production) data from CDPS databases, • For following procedures (type of declarations) Transport Declarations (all 9); Export Declarations (all 9); TIR carnets (BiH-SRB, SRB-MAK); Empty Trucks (BiH-SRB, MNE-SRB, ALB-MNE, MNE-XK, MNE-BiH); CONCLUSION CONCLUSION –– Pilot Actions Functionalities (2)Pilot Actions Functionalities (2) • In Real Time (at the same moment when declaration is “verified” within the National CDPS); • And for all Border Crossings Points between two neighbour Administrations; • CONCLUSION: these functionalities are already going much above “testing scenarios”, but Project Team is insisting to call them Pilot, just to make difference with new functionalities that will be developed for the SEED Phase 2. SEED Phase 1 SEED Phase 1 -- System usageSystem usage • Data analysis is performed by Operational Centre (Customs HQ); • Border officers enter data for missing functionalities (border crossings of Empty Trucks) System limitations: • Huge number of received information; • Lacking of automatic matching; System usage: • On basis of indication – quick and efficient data checking through SEED System; • Already concrete results achieved: tens of discovered cases of undervaluation (swopping of Invoices); • Automatic matching of data Automatic reconciliation of customs declarations data sent from the border office of exit (custom administration of departure) with data declared at the entrance (at the neighbour BCP, customs administration of arrival); • Exchange of pre-arrival data and risk analysis Exchange of data sent at the moment of starting of the customs procedure (early announcement).
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Score: 1244653.7 - https://unece.org/DAM/trans/bc...tech/documents/Obucina1911.pdf
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The type of power outlet/connector used in Japan is ‘A type’ which is two parallel pronged type. (...) At foreign exchange banks and other authorized money exchangers, you can exchange major foreign currencies to Yen on presentation of your passport. There are a few branches of local banks in Shinjuku where you can exchange. 4.4 Exchange rate Online spot exchange rates are shown at: http://finance.yahoo.com/currency?
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Score: 1244653.7 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-T/stud...00705/Info16-18_05_07Japan.pdf
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The channels specified include balanced channels that support transmission of up to 1 GHz (TV via “twisted pair”) and use a new mating interface at the outlet for Broadcast Communications Technologies. A connector implementing this interface that also supports connector sharing is shown.
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Score: 1236396 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-T/work.../abstract/hnhs_s5p4_wp_abs.doc
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REPORT OF THE WORKING PARTY ON PASSIVE SAFETY ON ITS FIFTY-SIXTH SESSION
GRSP agreed to keep this item in the agenda of its future sessions for exchange of information. H. Regulation on Pole Side Impact Documentation: Informal documents GRSP-56-12 and GRSP-56-33 48. (...) Barriers, enclosures, solid insulators and connectors shall not be able to be opened, separated, disassembled or removed without the use of tools. (...) Other components, not being part of the connector, shall be removable only with the use of tools in order to be able to separate the connector, or (d) The voltage of the live parts becomes equal or below dc 60 V or equal or below ac 30 V (rms) within 1 s after the connector is separated. 5.1.1.1.
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Score: 1235263.7 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...ECE/TRANS/WP.29/GRSP/56&Lang=E
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Requirements in this Relationship with related specifications from other SDOs Recommendation 36 Provide I/O interface – [b-OCP 1S] provides 'The primary x16 PCIe edge connector supports: USB to administrator 2.0 port' in clause 3. – [b-OCP 2S] provides 'support of GUI and KVM on hardware level to accommodate the OCP customers whose environment requires using of VGA and KVM' in clause 9.3. – [b-OCP SJ] provides 'USB and VGA' in clause 4.2. – [b-OCP Yose] provides 'supports a VGA interface' in clause 9.5. – [b-OCP 1S] provides keyboard interface as 'Bridge IC provides ways to transfer messages between them via KCS interfaces. (...) The original SATA interface on 1S server interface has been repurposed to be a x1 PCIe link' in clause 9.5. – [b-OCP DSBS] provides USB support as 'The server board SHALL provide two external USB ports and the BIOS SHALL support the following USB devices: Keyboard and mouse ,Bootable USB flash drive, Bootable USB hard disk, Bootable USB optical disk' in clause 6.2. 37 Provide I/O interface – [b-OCP 1S] provides interface to external storage as 'Boot M.2 slot is only to external storage available in 2280 form factor and it can be configured as either SATA or PCIe device interface through BOM options' in clause 9.4. – [b-OCP AMBH] provides SATA port as 'The motherboard has SP5100 interfaces on board, which support up to six SATA ports' in clause 10.7. – [b-OCP TP] provides SATA port as 'SATA port 0~7 can be connected to one vertical mini-SAS HD 8 ports connector. sSATA ports 2~5 can be connected to one mini-SAS HD 4 ports connector' in clause 10.6. – [b-OCP O2USM] provides SATA port as 'Supports up to 12 SATA devices' in clause 4. – [b-OCP DSBS] provides SATA port as 'The server board SHALL have support up to six SATA ports' in clause 6.3. 38 Network interface – [b-OCP 25GDual] provides network virtualization as 'Support receive side virtualization scaling (RSS), single root I/O virtualization (SR-IOV), VLAN tagging, Layer 2 priority encoding, link aggregation and full-duplex flow control 802.3 functions in the MAC' in Table 1. 39 Device driver and API – [b-ETSI EVE007] provide device driver and API supports as 'the network supports interface should be configurable to service either a management or production network' in clause 5.6.2. – [b-OCP 1S] provides device driver support as 'The Twin Lakes 1S server supports three M.2 solid-state drives in 2280 or 22110 form factors' in clause 3. 208     211     212     213     214     215     216     217     218     219     220     221          
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Score: 1234832.2 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica.../files/basic-html/page216.html
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FM tuning range: 18.5-108 MHz, 522-1611 Khz Presets: 40,230 VAC/50 Hz,1U Rack 230 VAC/50 Hz 1 39 U470000 Audio-Visual Equipment LED 7.S Digital Clock, single face displays HH:MM 70rnm SS 50MM, standalone Clock. 2 40 U470000 Audio-Visual Equipment Prewiring Production Studio including cables, connectors, interconnection cable, connectors and factory test 1 41 U470000 Audio-Visual Equipment Uninterrupted power supply (UPS 1 42 U470000 Audio-Visual Equipment Audio distribution amplifier 1 5 43 U470000 Audio-Visual Equipment 4K Camera System Hardware, and Accessories With portable Lighting Kit 2 MASTER CONTROL ROOM 44 U470000 Audio-Visual Equipment Server rack cabinet 19 “27 Unit 1000x600 Black, Tempered glass front door with three pivot points to easily reversed thanks to quick release handle with key ) 2 45 U470000 Audio-Visual Equipment Master switch KVM 8 P, USB/PS2 LCD 17” for Rack 19”. 2 46 U470000 Audio-Visual Equipment Audio server: 1U 4 Bay Storage Server System with Software 16TB 2 47 U470000 Audio-Visual Equipment 4 Stereo Channel Audio Logger, Streaming utilities, 4 channels. (...) Normal and through mode operation, 3-way front panel mode switches I/ 4 “ TRS connectors, 19 ‘ rack mount chassis. 2 56 U470000 Audio-Visual Equipment MASTER CLOCK AND TIME DISTR. GPS clock receiver for CTX synchronization. 10 MHz and Ipps outputs. 2 57 U470000 Audio- Visual Equipment LED Digital Clock, Single face displays HH:MM: SS, HH:MM 70mm SS 50mm, standalone Clock. 2 58 U470000 Audio-Visual Equipment Audio Waveform Monitor, 2 59 U470000 Audio-Visual Equipment MCR Prewiring, including cable connector and system test 1 6 INSTALLATION & TRAINING 60 U470000 Audio-Visual Equipment Laptop – HP core i7.
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Score: 1233050 - https://www.unicef.org/zimbabwe/media/5256/file
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