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Then a semantic composition functionality is triggered which composes feedback from a geographical map application server and feedback from multiple gas station application servers. (...) Gas station application servers feedback corresponding gas stations' location information. The semantic composition functionality of the IoT platform composes these feedbacks and produces the answer for the query request of the IoT device.
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Score: 1014010.4 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/Publ.../files/basic-html/page367.html
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10 steps to setting up an effective feedback mechanism - UNHCR Innovation Menu About Us Digital Inclusion Environment and Resilience Data and AI Refugee-led Innovation Innovation Learning Research Strategic Communications Stories Contact Us 10 steps to setting up an effective feedback mechanism By Katie Drew and John Warnes , UNHCR Innovation ServiceFebruary 22, 2017 A phrase I’ve often heard from colleagues when discussing ‘accountability’ is: ‘I know what I need to do, but not how to do it’. Moving beyond theory to the practical – to actually closing the feedback loop – is notoriously challenging. Especially in an emergency. (...) TIPS: Mobile data collection enables quick collation, is time-efficient and reduces errors – it also enables the capture of standardized data based through structured questionnaires.
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Score: 1011172.7 - https://www.unhcr.org/innovati...-effective-feedback-mechanism/
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Feedback and Complaints You may be trying to access this site from a secured browser on the server. Please enable scripts and reload this page. Turn on more accessible mode Turn off more accessible mode Skip Ribbon Commands Skip to main content Access the footer Turn off Animations Turn on Animations Switch back to default view English | ICAO Store It looks like your browser does not have JavaScript enabled. (...) How to Participate Publications The ICAO Master List and Health Master List The ICAO CA and CRL Data Quality Coach Programme Pilot project: Use of PKD content by the Private Sector The ICAO ABC Cost-Benefit Analysis Tool Contact Us Feedback and Complaints Currently selected Recent ABC_tool_Spanish ABC_tool_English HealthMasterList Downloads Feedback and Complaints   Resume ​​​​​ Page Content ​​​​​​​​Please complete this online form,  PKD Feedback-Complaint , to pass comments of make complaints regarding the ICAO PKD.
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Score: 1005511 - https://www.icao.int/Security/...s/Feedback-and-Complaints.aspx
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Carbon Calculator Feedback You may be trying to access this site from a secured browser on the server. Please enable scripts and reload this page. Turn on more accessible mode Turn off more accessible mode Skip Ribbon Commands Skip to main content Access the footer Turn off Animations Turn on Animations Switch back to default view English | ICAO Store It looks like your browser does not have JavaScript enabled. (...) Conflict Zones Risk Information ICAO / Environmental Protection / Carbon Emissions Calculator / Carbon Calculator Feedback Carbon Emissions Calculator Click here to read the ICAO Methodology FAQ Carbon Calculator Feedback Currently selected ICEC API Pricing Grid Carbon Calculator Feedback   Resume Page Content ​For more information on the ICEC Methodology, please contact officeenv@icao.int   .
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Score: 994024 - https://www.icao.int/environme.../CarbonCalculatorFeedback.aspx
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Annex 2: Feedback report Annex 2 Feedback report This report analyses the feedback on the content and format of the conference, provided by the participants and organisers. (...) Feedback on content Overall, the content of the conference was highly appreciated by the participants. (...) Sharing lessons learnt across continents on this process can help countries to move forward. 1. Feedback on content 2. Feedback on format 3. Identified lessons learnt
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Score: 991079.6 - https://www.un.org/waterforlif...greenconf_annex_2_feedback.pdf
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.), however Happiness Meter has provided instant feedback as opposed to delayed mechanisms that measure happiness with a certain time lag. • Engaging Public: Happiness Meter has been a simple tool to engage people to gauge their city experiences satisfaction across several touchpoints. It plays the role of a simple participation tool for people and allows them to provide instant feedback and if they want they can also provide detailed feedback for the reasons of their selections. • Improvement in Social Services: Happiness Meter has been incorporated in several social services (in addition to others in the city) and allows direct feedback on them, which in turn enables targeted enhancements and improvements in social services delivery. (...) Smart Dubai designed Happiness Meter flexible and scalable enough to accommodate future expansion in terms of economies of scale (adding new entities) and also in terms of economies of scope (implementing enhancements). • Improvement in Economic Services: Happiness Meter has been incorporated in several economic services (in addition to others in the city) and allows direct feedback on them, which in turn enables targeted enhancements and improvements in economic services delivery.
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Score: 987156.1 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica...s/files/basic-html/page15.html
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Workshop on Standardization in E-Health Français   Español   Print Version   Home : ITU-T Home : Workshops and Seminars Workshop on Standardization in E-Health Geneva, 23-25 May 2003 Abstract Force feedback remote ultrasound service Numerous medical tele-operations bring out the requirement to transmit the "sense of touch". The service developed enables an ultrasound examination to be carried out remotely. (...) Pioneer in the field, this project and its "force feedback", tele-proprioception, and multisensorial communication module offers many service opportunities in the coming years. [ Back ]   Top  -  Feedback  -  Contact Us  -  Copyright © ITU 2003  All Rights Reserved Contact for this page :  TSB EDH Updated : 2003-05-06    
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Score: 975700.9 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-T/work...ealth/abstracts/abs-s2-03.html
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• Global coordinating organisation for Internet Exchange Point Associations (IXPAs) • Enables mutual support between regional IXPAs • Creation history – MOU signed by APIX, Euro-IX & LAC-IX to form the IX-F in November 2012 - www.ix-f.net – AFIX signed the MOU to join in 2014 http://www.ix-f.net IX-F Board • AFIX Nishal Goburdhan – JINX (South Africa) Kyle Spencer – UIXP (Uganda) • APIX Gaurab Raj Upadhaya - NPIX (Nepal) Katsuyasu Toyama - JPNAP (Japan) • Euro-IX Arnold Nipper - DE-CIX (Germany) John Souter - LINX (United Kingdom) • LAC-IX Ariel Graizer - NAP CABase (Argentina) Milton Kashiwakura - PTT.br (Brazil) Why not one global body? • Regional IXPAs are more – Relevant: can focus on best practices most relevant to local needs – Responsive: enable diversity of advice, as appropriate to local circumstances – Practical: better able to accommodate practical considerations, like travel distances to meetings – Inclusive: Enable full participation in governance and leadership by IXP operators in the region Key benefits of IXPs Some key technical benefits • Reduction of network costs – By avoiding unnecessarily ‘long-distance’ round-trips – By assisting mutually beneficial interconnection – By contributing to a positive-growth feedback loop in the local network economy • More stability and robustness – By enabling a greater degree of interconnectedness… – …including with networks from other countries – And by giving networks more direct control of their own network edges Avoid unnecessarily long round-trips • IXPs can save traffic being routed halfway around the world merely to cross the same city (or same room!) • This doesn’t mean routing traffic around the world isn’t sometimes necessary or desirable • But often these costs (financial and latency) can be saved for local content Assist mutually beneficial interconnection • IXPs are not involved in the decisions of network operators as to with which networks they choose to peer – IXPs merely provide a facility to make peering easier (and so, cheaper) • But by reducing the costs (financial, technical, organisational) of interconnection, IXPs create the conditions where networks can choose to peer more widely Positive-growth feedback loops • A positive-growth feedback loop for IXPs – Attracting more networks to join an IXP boosts the peering opportunities available – This attracts more networks to join • A positive-growth feedback loop for the local Internet economy – Reducing the costs for network operators should feed through to lower costs for their users – This will drive greater demand for network services, leading to increased profitability and investment, further lowering unit costs Greater interconnectedness boosts robustness • Use of IXPs results in practice in network operators making more direct connections to other networks – Greater control of the factors of resilience – Direct access to content/users eliminates potential points of failure – Consonant with the general Internet architecture: distributed networks are less fragile in aggregate, so greater interconnectedness boosts robustness Best practice development and information sharing in the IXPAs Best Practice development by IXPAs • Best practices are not rules – Adoption is voluntary – Gives essential flexibility and enables adaption by IXP – Diversity of view is acceptable • Development by IXP operators ensures best practices reflect real-world experience, not just theoretical or laboratory results • IXP operators are the primary beneficiary of good advice to IXP operators, and so committed to continuously improving the knowledge and advice available. • For continuous improvement, practices must continuously evolve Raising awareness • IXPAs welcome participation from IXP operators – Sponsor programmes are available • IXPs welcome consultation with their own government • IXPAs welcome the opportunity to engage with governments interested in promoting IXPs, especially to provide advice on the components of an enabling environment for IXPs • Welcome the ITU’s decision to help introduce Member States to relevant organisations producing widely accepted best practices Some examples Member views workshop • Invited representatives from large networks share their thoughts on what they want from an IXP • An opportunity to learn – Especially for smaller and new IXPs seeking to attract such operators • Frank, confidential input on what IXPs do well, and what can be improved Technical workshops • Presentations and tutorials by IXPs for IXPs • Technology briefings from vendors and standards setters – Product and standards roadmaps • Security and operational experiences • Helps smaller and new IXPs benefits from experiences of others, and to discuss their own • Helps voice of IXPs be heard Software development • Open Source software developed by the IXP community for use in IXPs • Open development by operators ensures rigorous quality and focus on meeting operator needs IXP Map and database • IXP map and database project Thank you!
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Score: 975347.9 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/T...o-IX-ITU-workshop-20150928.pdf
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 Page 16 - Case study: Smart Dubai Happiness Meter in Dubai, United Arab Emirates           Basic HTML Version Table of Contents View Full Version Page 16 - Case study: Smart Dubai Happiness Meter in Dubai, United Arab Emirates P. 16 trade facilitation, ports management, free zones services, etc. have all availed it as a customer feedback mechanism. • High levels of service delivery: Happiness Meter provides instant feedback and even in some cases detailed feedback from customers for their happiness ratings. (...) Over time, several entities improved their scores by taking timely action based on customer ratings and feedback. • Transparency and Healthy Competition: Happiness Meter data stored in centralized systems and repositories has enabled advanced analytics and business intelligence for various public and private sector entities responsible for policy making, services delivery and decision support. (...) Environmental Impact: • Enhanced Resilience: The centralized nature of Happiness Meter implementation as an ICT service and its corresponding infrastructure enabled disaster recovery and resilience aspects to be implemented as part of its overall shared services approach.
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Score: 971597.9 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica...s/files/basic-html/page16.html
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Sub‐dimension Indicator Description D5.3 Openness and I5.3.1 Availability of online city Proportion of city information available public participation information and feedback online and existence of ICT systems for easy mechanisms access and anonymous feedback mechanism that enable cities to improve their governance. (...) I5.3.2 Online civic engagement Proportion of city inhabitants using online information and proportion of city inhabitants using ICT based feedback mechanism. I5.3.3 Online support for new city Availability of ICT based applications and inhabitants services to provide establishment support for new city inhabitants. NOTE – New city inhabitants include people moving to the city and visitors I5.3.4 Existence of strategies, rules Existence of strategies, regulations, and regulations to enable ICT voluntary work or interest organizations to literacy among inhabitants enhance ICT literacy among all city inhabitants.
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Score: 970026.4 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica.../files/basic-html/page795.html
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