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Geography, and geospatial information, plays a key role as can be attested by the many experts’ bodies which dealt, or still discuss, its role at global, regional or national levels for the benefit of societal, economic and environmental advancements, as captured in the Sustainable Development Goals. (...) The rapid pace of geospatial technology advancements such as increased automation, the Internet of Things, Big Data, Artificial Intelligence and machine learning offer challenges and opportunities to further harness geospatial data and technology can provide insight and impact for the benefit of people, places and planet. Frequently asked questions Can’t find the answer you are looking for on our website ? Find our frequently asked questions to help you out Donate facebook twitter youtube flickr instagram Footer A-Z Site Index Contact Copyright FAQ Fraud Alert Privacy Notice Terms of Use
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Score: 1228091.8 - https://www.un.org/geospatial/about
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. • Different solutions/network architectures can be taken into account for a smooth transition from existing network infrastructures (PSTN/PLMN) towards New Generation Network (NGN) as a result of the convergence process leading to different applications/services sharing network infrastructures. 2 Planning Domains Planning Strategy • Considering the different solutions/network architectures that exist, each Network Planning case has to be analysed and dealt with by using more than just one planning tool. • It means that maintaining and updating a unique tool is not the correct strategy to be applied for Network Planning. • The major concerned telecommunication Companies normally use different tools (or different packages integrated on a unique platform) for network Planning. They usually rely on the services of software companies who are in a position to provide quick updates as soon as required. • Therefore, countries’ requests for assistance on Network Planning should be dealt with as follows: 3 Planning Exercise • a) First, to analyse the Network Planning case, taking into account the different technical aspects of the issue. • b) Second, after reaching the best solution in terms of cost and technical validity, to look for the appropriate tools (partnership) to be used for the specific Network Planning case. • c) Implementation of the Project under the coordination and/or supervision of ITU-BDT. (...) Annex 2 provides selection of most frequent case studies (ie: Network extension, transmission, signalling, migration to NGN, mobile, etc.) in order to illustrate the application process.
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Score: 1076436.6 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/tech...ons/Cairo_1_2_RPasserini_2.PDF
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Any real Network Planning case should be dealt with using powerful and modern tools available on the market. (...) List of the topics to be dealt with during the Seminar: New network architectures and traffic cases Strategic Planning and new Technologies Long-term Planning and Long cycle Investments Short/Medium term Planning and Service/Network Deployment Data Gathering Traffic characterization Network Design Network Costing and Optimization Q.O.S. (...) Soto) 5.2 Features, Inputs/outputs for most frequent tools: Excel, PLANITU (I. Stanev) Presentation - Demo   Day 1 - Day 2 - Day 3 - Day 4 - Day 5 Day 4 (9 th October 2003) 09:00 – 10:30 hours Session 5: Supporting Network Planning Tools (cont'd) 5.3 Features, Inputs/outputs for most frequent tools: NetWORKS (O.
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Score: 1043510.4 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/tech.../Warsaw-03/FinalProgramme.html
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Frequently Asked Questions You may be trying to access this site from a secured browser on the server. (...) UA that cannot meet these requirements will be dealt with separately. They can be accommodated in airspace with appropriate consideration given to the risk they pose to other aircraft, people and property on the ground. (...) UA that cannot meet these requirements will be dealt with separately. They can be accommodated in airspace with appropriate consideration given to the risk they pose to other aircraft, people and property on the ground.
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Score: 1042464.2 - https://www.icao.int/safety/UA/UASToolkit/Pages/FAQ.aspx
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David Satola.PDF 1 David SatolaDavid Satola Senior CounselSenior Counsel dsatoladsatola@@worldbankworldbank.org.org CURRENT ISSUES IN ENFORCING CURRENT ISSUES IN ENFORCING TELECOMMUNICATIONS LAW, POLICY AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS LAW, POLICY AND REGULATIONSREGULATIONS Enforcing Telecom Laws and Regulations Enforcing Telecom Laws and Regulations Dispute ResolutionDispute Resolution Rio de JaneiroRio de Janeiro April 19April 19--20, 200420, 2004 http://www.itu.int/ITU-D/treg/Events/Seminars/2003/GSR/Documents/DRS_Final_GSR_5.pdf Dispute Resolution in the Telecommunications Sector: Dispute Resolution in the Telecommunications Sector: Current Practices and Future DirectionsCurrent Practices and Future Directions available at:available at: 2 ICTICT Production Growth Poverty Alleviation ••Remove barriers to entryRemove barriers to entry ••⇑⇑ efficiency efficiency ⇓⇓ costcost ••ProPro--entry regulationentry regulation ••Legal & Regulatory certaintyLegal & Regulatory certainty Efficient Regulatory Approaches to Dispute Efficient Regulatory Approaches to Dispute Resolution affect Development StrategyResolution affect Development Strategy Infrastructure But Regulatory Framework alone But Regulatory Framework alone is not enough to evaluate or is not enough to evaluate or manage risk:manage risk: ØØMaturity of MarketsMaturity of Markets ØØTradition of “independent” authoritiesTradition of “independent” authorities ØØOutlets to redress grievances, enforce Outlets to redress grievances, enforce rights , settle disputesrights , settle disputes 3 Disputes:Disputes: ••Cause delayCause delay ••Distort CostsDistort Costs ••Can create uncertaintyCan create uncertainty ••Limit Competition undermining sector policy Limit Competition undermining sector policy objectivesobjectives Why focus on Dispute EnforcementWhy focus on Dispute Enforcement Regulatory policy, including dispute resolution Regulatory policy, including dispute resolution and enforcement, can shape markets through the and enforcement, can shape markets through the incentive structures it createsincentive structures it creates •• Industry is more complexIndustry is more complex •• Mix of telecom, broadcast, media, others playing in the Mix of telecom, broadcast, media, others playing in the same spacesame space •• Networks, services, industry structure is currently Networks, services, industry structure is currently changing through broadband, changing through broadband, WiWi--FiFi and VOIP, new and VOIP, new generation of interconnection redefining access chargesgeneration of interconnection redefining access charges •• Requires change in regulatory procedure and processRequires change in regulatory procedure and process •• Create incentives that change industry actors’ behaviorCreate incentives that change industry actors’ behavior •• Align decisionAlign decision--making with new networking dynamics making with new networking dynamics •• Emphasize Competition in and for the marketEmphasize Competition in and for the market •• Consider innovative approaches for the early Consider innovative approaches for the early identification and resolution of disputesidentification and resolution of disputes •• Trends effect “enforcement”Trends effect “enforcement” Resolution and Enforcement of Disputes is Resolution and Enforcement of Disputes is more complex more complex 4 Traditional Types of DisputesTraditional Types of Disputes LiberalizationLiberalization Change of exclusive rights has Change of exclusive rights has frequently led to legal and frequently led to legal and regulatory disputesregulatory disputes InvestmentInvestment and trade disputesand trade disputes Exclusive rights, licensing of new Exclusive rights, licensing of new competitors, new ratecompetitors, new rate--setting setting structures and changes to licensesstructures and changes to licenses InterconnectionInterconnection disputesdisputes : Technical, operational and pricing Technical, operational and pricing disputes are key to the disputes are key to the development of competitive development of competitive markets. (...) Distributional •• Recognition within existing national legal systemsRecognition within existing national legal systems •• Flexible and scalableFlexible and scalable •• Industry orientationIndustry orientation •• Permits rapid introduction of best practices, related, relevant Permits rapid introduction of best practices, related, relevant experiencesexperiences •• Addresses situations not dealt with by existing lawAddresses situations not dealt with by existing law •• Transparency!
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Score: 1033660.4 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/treg...o/Documents/David%20Satola.pdf
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Geography, and geospatial information, plays a key role as can be attested by the many experts’ bodies which dealt, or still discuss, its role at global, regional or national levels for the benefit of societal, economic and environmental advancements, as captured in the Sustainable Development Goals. (...) The rapid pace of geospatial technology advancements such as increased automation, the Internet of Things, Big Data, Artificial Intelligence and machine learning offer challenges and opportunities to further harness geospatial data and technology can provide insight and impact for the benefit of people, places and planet. Frequently asked questions Can’t find the answer you are looking for on our website ? Find our frequently asked questions to help you out Donate facebook twitter youtube flickr instagram Footer A-Z Site Index Contact Copyright FAQ Fraud Alert Privacy Notice Terms of Use
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Score: 1032565 - https://www.un.org/geospatial/node/647
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Any real Network Planning case should be dealt with using powerful and modern tools available on the market. (...) List of the topics to be dealt with during the Workshop: New network architectures and traffic cases Strategic Planning and new Technologies Long-term Planning and Long cycle Investments Short/Medium term Planning and Service/Network Deployment Data Gathering Traffic characterization Network Design Network Costing and Optimization Q.O.S. (...) Soto,) 12:30 – 14:00 hours Lunch break 14:00 – 15:15 hours Session 5:  Supporting Network Planning Tools (cont’d) 5.4   Features, Inputs and outputs for most frequent tools: VPI   (I. Stanev) 5.5   Features, Inputs and outputs for most frequent tools: CIRCEE   (O.
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Score: 1026034.5 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/tech...ture_OLD/Nairobi-02/index.html
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Any real Network Planning case should be dealt with using powerful and modern tools available on the market. (...) List of the topics to be dealt with during the Workshop: New network architectures and traffic cases Strategic Planning and new Technologies Long-term Planning and Long cycle Investments Short/Medium term Planning and Service/Network Deployment Data Gathering Traffic characterization Network Design Network Costing and Optimization Q.O.S. (...) Soto). 5.2   Features, Inputs/outputs for most frequent tools: Exel, PLANITU - (DEMO) (I. Stanev) 10:45 – 11:00 hours Coffee break 11:00 – 12:30 hours Session 5:  Supporting Network Planning Tools (cont’d) 5.3  Features, Inputs/outputs for most frequent tools: NetWORKS, NetQuad (O.
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Score: 1000090.6 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/tech...ture_OLD/Bangkok-02/index.html
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(...) However, in the Chamber’s 13 years of existence no State ever requested that a case be dealt with by it. The Court consequently decided in 2006 not to hold elections for a Bench for the said Chamber. (...) While, to date, no case has been heard by either of the first two types of chamber, by contrast six cases have been dealt with by ad hoc chambers. Chamber of Summary Procedure The current composition of this Chamber which, at the request of the parties, may hear and determine cases by summary procedure is as follows: Members: President Joan E.
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Score: 994749.8 - https://www.icj-cij.org/en/chambers-and-committees
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Part 1 - Preliminary This Part contains definitions and terms that are used frequently throughout this Bill. Part 2 - Trademarks and Trademark Rights This Part explains what is a trademark and sets out the rights given by this Act to the registered owner and any authorised user of a registered trademark, such as the right to exclusive use of the trademark. (...) It also deals with the repeal of the Registration of United Kingdom Trademarks Act [Cap 81], and how matters dealt with under that Act are to be dealt with under the Bill.
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Score: 976342.2 - https://www.wto.org/english/th.../vut_e/WTACCVUT9A6_LEG_12B.pdf
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