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The USOAP CMA requires the establishment of a system to monitor the safety oversight capability of States on an on-going basis. (...) The CMA Online framework is available for interactive use in ‘real-time’ through a suite of web- based integrated application system. (...) The system helps to facilitate States’ participation in the CMA through the availability of an interactive online framework and a centralized database to properly manage data gathered by the USOAP on an on-going basis.
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This active participation and involvement of persons with disabilities through their representative organizations, as the Convention itself recognizes, needs to be respected by Governments in all stages of implementation and monitoring of the Convention at national level. This is clearly foreseen in article 4 of the Convention, which refers to implementation, and also specified in paragraph 3 of article 33, which specifically refers to monitoring. (...) Probably the most relevant, as well as challenging, feature of article 33 relates to the establishment of an independent national monitoring framework in line with the Paris Principles. (...) Organisations of persons with disabilities, in representation of the different disability constituencies, should be involved in the capacity building of monitoring body staff. On the other hand, where there are no national human rights institutions or where they are not a good option to fulfill the role, States might decide to create a new body, which will only focus on monitoring the implementation of the Convention.
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  عربي   |   中文   |   Español   |   Français   |   Русский     Advanced Search   Home : ITU-T Home     2005-2008 ITU-T SG 9 Recommendations J series : Cable networks and transmission of television, sound programme and other multimedia signals J1-J9 : General Recommendations J.2 : Guidelines on the use of some ITU-T Recommendations in the J series J10-J19 : General specifications for analogue sound-programme transmission J.11 : Hypothetical reference circuits for sound-programme transmissions J.12 : Types of sound-programme circuits established over the international telephone network J.13 : Definitions for international sound-programme circuits J.14 : Relative levels and impedances on an international sound-programme connection J.15 : Lining-up and monitoring an international sound-programme connection J.16 : Measurement of weighted noise in sound-programme circuits J.17 : Pre-emphasis used on sound-programme circuits J.18 : Crosstalk in sound-programme circuits set up on carrier systems J.19 : A conventional test signal simulating sound-programme signals for measuring interference in other channels J20-J29 : Performance characteristics of analogue sound-programme circuits J.21 : Performance characteristics of 15 kHz-type sound-programme circuits – Circuits for high quality monophonic and stereophonic transmissions J.23 : Performance characteristics of 7 kHz type (narrow bandwidth) sound-programme circuits J.24 : Modulation of signals carried by sound-programme circuits by interfering signals from power supply sources J.25 : Estimation of transmission performance of sound-programme circuits shorter or longer than the hypothetical reference circuit J.26 : Test signals to be used on international sound-programme connections J.27 : Signals for the alignment of international sound-programme connections J40-J49 : Digital encoders for analogue sound-programme signals J.41 : Characteristics of equipment for the coding of analogue high quality sound programme signals for transmission on 384 kbit/s channels J.42 : Characteristics of equipment for the coding of analogue medium quality sound-programme signals for transmission on 384-kbit/s channels J50-J59 : Digital transmission of sound-programme signals J.51 : General principles and user requirements for the digital transmission of high quality sound programmes J.52 : Digital transmission of high-quality sound-programme signals using one, two or three 64 kbit/s channels per mono signal (and up to six per stereo signal) J.53 : Sampling frequencies to be used for the digital transmission of studio-quality and high-quality sound-programme signals J.54 : Transmission of analogue high-quality sound-programme signals on mixed analogue-and-digital circuits using 384 kbit/s channels J.55 : Digital transmission of high-quality sound-programme signals on distribution circuits using 480 kbit/s (496 kbit/s) per audio channel J.57 : Transmission of digital studio quality sound signals over H1 channels J60-J69 : Circuits for analogue television transmission J.61 : Transmission performance of television circuits designed for use in international connections J.62 : Single value of the signal-to-noise ratio for all television systems J.63 : Insertion of test signals in the field-blanking interval of monochrome and colour television signals J.64 : Definitions of parameters for simplified automatic measurement of television insertion test signals J.65 : Standard test signal for conventional loading of a television channel J.66 : Transmission of one sound programme associated with analogue television signal by means of time division multiplex in the line synchronizing pulse J.67 : Test signals and measurement techniques for transmission circuits carrying MAC/packet signals J.68 : Hypothetical reference chain for television transmissions over very long distances J80-J89 : Digital transmission of television signals J.80 : Transmission of component-coded digital television signals for contribution-quality applications at bit rates near 140 Mbit/s J.81 : Transmission of component-coded digital television signals for contribution-quality applications at the third hierarchical level of ITU-T Recommendation G.702 J.82 : Transport of MPEG-2 constant bit rate television signals in B-ISDN J.83 : Digital multi-programme systems for television, sound and data services for cable distribution J.84 : Distribution of digital multi-programme signals for television, sound and data services through SMATV networks J.85 : Digital television transmission over long distances – General principles J.86 : Mixed analogue-and-digital transmission of analogue composite television signals over long distances J.87 : Use of hybrid cable television links for the secondary distribution of television into the user's premises J.88 : Transmission of enhanced definition television signals over digital links J.89 : Transport Mechanism for component-coded digital television signals using MPEG-2 4:2:2 P@ML including all service elements for contribution and primary distribution J90-J99 : Ancillary digital services for television transmission J.90 : Electronic programme guides for delivery by digital cable television and similar methods – Reference operating scenario and requirements J.91 : Technical methods for ensuring privacy in long-distance international television transmission J.92 : Recommended operating guidelines for point-to-point transmission of television programmes J.93 : Requirements for conditional access in the secondary distribution of digital television on cable television systems J.94 : Service information for digital broadcasting in cable television systems J.95 : Copy protection of intellectual property for content delivered on cable television systems J.96 : Technical method for ensuring privacy in long-distance international MPEG-2 television transmission conforming to ITU-T Recommendation J.89 J.97 : Metadata on cable networks J.98 : Metadata requirements for video-on-demand in cable networks J100-J109 : Operational requirements and methods for television transmission J.100 : Tolerances for transmission time differences between the vision and sound components of a television signal J.101 : Measurement methods and test procedures for teletext signals J110-J129 : Interactive systems for digital television distribution J.110 : Basic principles for a worldwide common family of systems for the provision of interactive television services J.111 : Network independent protocols for interactive systems J.112 : Transmission systems for interactive cable television services J.113 : Digital video broadcasting interaction channel through the PSTN/ISDN J.114 : Interaction channel using digital enhanced cordless telecommunications J.115 : Interaction channel using the global system for mobile communications J.116 : Interaction channel for local multipoint distribution systems J.117 : Home digital network interface specification J.118 : Access systems for interactive services on SMATV/MATV networks J.120 : Distribution of sound and television programs over the IP network J.121 : Quality control protocol for webcasting J.122 : Second-generation transmission systems for interactive cable television services – IP cable modems J.123 : Multiplexing format for webcasting on the TCP/IP network J.124 : Multiplexing format for multimedia webcasting over TCP/IP networks J.125 : Link privacy for cable modem implementations J.126 : Embedded Cable Modem device specification J.127 : Transmission protocol for multimedia webcasting over TCP/IP networks J.128 : Set-top gateway specification for transmission systems for interactive cable television services J130-J139 : Transport of MPEG-2 signals on packetized networks J.131 : Transport of MPEG-2 signals in PDH networks J.132 : Transport of MPEG-2 signals in SDH networks J.133 : Measurement of MPEG-2 transport streams in networks J140-J149 : Measurement of the quality of service J.140 : Subjective picture quality assessment for digital cable television systems J.141 : Performance indicators for data services delivered over digital cable television systems J.142 : Methods for the measurement of parameters in the transmission of digital cable television signals J.143 : User requirements for objective perceptual video quality measurements in digital cable television J.144 : Objective perceptual video quality measurement techniques for digital cable television in the presence of a full reference J.145 : Measurement and control of the quality of service for sound transmission over contribution and distribution networks J.146 : Loop latency issues in contribution circuits for conversational TV programmes J.147 : Objective picture quality measurement method by use of in-service test signals J.148 : Requirements for an objective perceptual multimedia quality model J.149 : Method for specifying accuracy and cross-calibration of Video Quality Metrics (VQM) J150-J159 : Digital television distribution through local subscriber networks J.150 : Operational functionalities for the delivery of digital multiprogramme television, sound and data services through multichannel, multipoint distribution systems (MMDS) J.151 : RF remodulator interface for digital television J160-J179 : IPCablecom J.160 : Architectural framework for the delivery of time-critical services over cable television networks using cable modems J.161 : Audio and video codec requirements and usage for the provision of bidirectional audio services over cable television networks using cable modems J.162 : Network call signalling protocol for the delivery of time-critical services over cable television networks using cable modems J.163 : Dynamic quality of service for the provision of real-time services over cable television networks using cable modems J.164 : Event message requirements for the support of real-time services over cable television networks using cable modems J.166 : IPCablecom Management Information Base (MIB) framework J.167 : Media terminal adapter (MTA) device provisioning requirements for the delivery of real-time services over cable television networks using cable modems J.170 : IPCablecom security specification J.171.0 : IPCablecom trunking gateway control protocol (TGCP): Profiles overview J.171.1 : IPCablecom trunking gateway control protocol (TGCP): Profile 1 J.171.2 : IPCablecom trunking gateway control protocol (TGCP): Profile 2 J.172 : IPCablecom management event mechanism J.173 : IPCablecom embedded MTA primary line support J.175 : Audio server protocol J.177 : IPCablecom CMS subscriber provisioning specification J.178 : IPCablecom CMS to CMS signalling J.179 : IPCablecom support for multimedia J180-J189 : Digital transmission of television signals J.180 : User requirements for statistical multiplexing of several programmes on a transmission channel J.181 : Digital program insertion cueing message for cable television systems J.182 : Parameter sets for analogue interface specifications for the interconnection of set-top boxes and presentation devices in the home J.183 : Time-division multiplexing of multiple MPEG-2 transport streams over cable television systems J.184 : Digital broadband delivery system: Out-of-band transport J.185 : Transmission equipment for transferring multi-channel television signals over optical access networks by FM conversion J.186 : Transmission equipment for multi-channel television signals over optical access networks by sub-carrier multiplexing (SCM) J.187 : Transport mechanism for component-coded digital high-definition television signals using MPEG-2 video coding including all service elements for contribution and primary distribution J.188 : A framework for an efficient parallel video transmission system including codecs with functions of failure detection and picture quality evaluation J.189 : Seamless splicing for MPEG-2 bit streams J190-J199 : Cable modems J.190 : Architecture of MediaHomeNet J.191 : IP feature package to enhance cable modems J.192 : A residential gateway to support the delivery of cable data services J.193 : Requirements for the next generation of set-top-boxes J.197 : High level requirements for a Digital Rights Management (DRM) bridge from a cable access network to a home network J.199 : Battery backup for cable-based devices J200-J209 : Application for Interactive Digital Television J.200 : Worldwide common core – Application environment for digital interactive television services J.201 : Harmonization of declarative content format for interactive television applications J.202 : Harmonization of procedural content formats for interactive TV applications J.203 : Common core for digital video recorder platform J.204 : Metrics gathering specification J210-J229 : Interactive systems for digital television distribution J.210 : Downstream RF interface for cable modem termination systems J.211 : Timing interface for cable modem termination systems J.212 : Downstream external Physical layer interface for modular cable modem termination systems J.213 : Layer 2 virtual private networks for IP cable modem systems J.214 : Cable modem TDM emulation interface J.215 : Client digital program insertion API J.218 : Cable modem IPv4 and IPv6 eRouter specification J.222.0 : Third-generation transmission systems for interactive cable television services – IP cable modems: Overview J.222.1 : Third-generation transmission systems for interactive cable television services – IP cable modems: Physical layer specification J.222.2 : Third-generation transmission systems for interactive cable television services – IP cable modems: MAC and Upper Layer protocols J.222.3 : Third-generation transmission systems for interactive cable television services – IP cable modems: Security services J240-J249 : Measurement of the quality of service J.240 : Framework for remote monitoring of transmitted picture signal-to-noise ratio using spread-spectrum and orthogonal transform J.241 : Quality of service ranking and measurement methods for digital video services delivered over broadband IP networks J.242 : A method to reconstruct the received video sequence seen at the receiver using transmission error information to monitor the perceptual video quality at the receiver in digital cable television and video telephony J.243 : Requirements for operational monitoring in television programme transmission chains J.244 : Calibration methods for constant misalignment of spatial and temporal domains with constant gain and offset J.245 : Subjective assessment method of picture quality assessed in the home J.246 : Perceptual audiovisual quality measurement techniques for multimedia services over digital cable television networks in the presence of a reduced bandwidth reference J.247 : Objective perceptual multimedia video quality measurement in the presence of a full reference J.248 : Requirements for operational monitoring of video-to-audio delay in the distribution of television programs J260-J279 : IPCablecom J.260 : Requirements for preferential telecommunications over IPCablecom networks J280-J289 : Digital transmission of television signals J.280 : Digital Program Insertion: Splicing application program interface J.281 : Requirements for multichannel video signal transmission over IP-based fibre network J.282 : Architecture of multi-channel video signal distribution over IP-based networks J.283 : IP network architecture with network layer route diversity providing resilient IP multicast video distribution J.284 : Requirements and framework for gathering electronic content over IP-based network J.285 : Architecture for synchronised programme transfer with pull operation over IP-based networks J290-J299 : Cable modems J.290 : Next generation set-top box core architecture J.291 : Next generation set-top-box cable architecture J.292 : Next generation set-top box media-independent architecture J.293 : Component definition and interface specification for next generation set-top box J360-J379 : IPCablecom J.360 : IPCablecom2 architecture framework J.361 : IPCablecom2 codec and media J.362 : IPCablecom2 control point discovery J.363 : IPCablecom2 data collection to support accounting J.364 (draft) : IPCablecom2 provisioning, activation, configuration and management J.365 : IPCablecom2 application manager interface J.366.0 : IPCablecom2 IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS): Delta Recommendations overview J.366.1 : Organization of subscriber data specification (3GPP TS 23.008) J.366.2 (draft) : IPCablecom2 IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS): Session handling – IM call model – Stage 2 specification J.366.3 (draft) : IPCablecom2 IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS): Stage 2 specification J.366.4 (draft) : IPCablecom2 IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS): Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) and Session Description Protocol (SDP) – Stage 3 specification J.366.5 : IP multimedia (IM) subsystem Cx and Dx interfaces; signalling flows and message contents specification (3GPP TS 29.228) J.366.6 : Cx/Dx interfaces based on the Diameter protocol specification (3GPP TS-29.229) J.366.7 (draft) : IPCablecom2 IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS): Access security for IP-Based services J.366.8 : IPCablecom2 IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS): Network domain security specification J.366.9 : IPCablecom2 IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS): Generic authentication architecture specification (3GPP TS 33.220) J.366.10 : Zh and Zn interfaces based on the Diameter protocol; stage 3 specification (3GPP TS 29.109) J.367 : IPCablecom2 presence specification J.368 : IPCablecom2 quality of service specification J.369 : IPCablecom2 E-UE provisioning framework specification J.370 : IPCablecom2 provisioning data model specification J380-J389 : Digital transmission of television signals J.388 (draft) : Real-time video and audio transmission system over IP network J390-J599 : Available J.460.0 : IPCablecom2 residential SIP telephony: Feature definition J.460.1 : IPCablecom2 residential SIP telephony: Feature specification J.460.2 : IPCablecom2 residential SIP telephony: Embedded digital voice adapter (E-DVA) specification J.460.3 (draft) : IPCablecom2 residential SIP telephony: Usage data recording J.460.4 : IPCablecom2 residential SIP telephony: EUE provisioning specification J600-J699 : Transport of Large Screen Digital Imagery J.600 : Transport of Large Screen Digital Imagery (LSDI) applications that employ MPEG-2 encoded HDTV signals J.601 : Transport of Large Screen Digital Imagery (LSDI) applications for its expanded hierarchy J.602 : Network service operator's requirements for real-time transmission of exLSDI signals under parallel processing functionality J700-J799 : Secondary distribution of IPTV services J.700 : IPTV service requirements and framework for secondary distribution J800-J899 : Multimedia over IP in cable J.800.0 : Cable assigned names and numbers J.800.1 : Cable DHCP registry J.800.2 : Cable definition MIB specification J900-J999 : Transmission of 3-D TV services J.901 : Requirements for free viewpoint television (FTV) video transmission system J supplements : Supplements to the Series J Recommendations J Suppl. 1 : Example of linking options between annexes of ITU-T Recommendation J.112 and annexes of ITU-T Recommendation J.83 J Suppl. 2 : Guidelines for the implementation of annex A of Recommendation J.112, "Transmission systems for interactive cable television services" – Example of digital video broadcasting (DVB) interaction channel for cable television distribution J Suppl. 3 : Guidelines for the implementation of Recommendation J.111 "Network independent protocols" – Example of digital video broadcasting (DVB) systems for interactive services J Suppl. 5 : Guidelines on the use of some ITU-T Recommendations in the J series N series : Maintenance: international sound programme and television transmission circuits N1-N49 : International sound-programme transmission N.1 : Definitions for application to international sound-programme and television-sound transmission N.2 : Different types of sound-programme circuit N.3 : Control circuits N.4 : Definition and duration of the line-up period and the preparatory period N.5 : Sound-programme control, sub-control and send reference stations N.10 : Limits for the lining-up of international sound-programme links and connections N.11 : Essential transmission performance objectives for international sound-programme centres (ISPC) N.12 : Measurements to be made during the line-up period that precedes a sound-programme transmission N.13 : Measurements to be made by the broadcasting organizations during the preparatory period N.15 : Maximum permissible power during an international sound-programme transmission N.16 : Identification signal N.17 : Monitoring the transmission N.18 : Monitoring for charging purposes, releasing N.21 : Limits and procedures for the lining-up of a sound-programme circuit N.23 : Maintenance measurements to be made on international sound-programme circuits N50-N79 : International television transmission N.51 : Definitions for application to international television transmissions N.52 : Multiple destination television transmissions and coordination centres N.54 : Definition and duration of the line-up period and the preparatory period N.55 : Organization, responsibilities and functions of control and sub-control international television centres and control and sub-control stations for international television connections, links, circuits and circuit sections N.60 : Nominal amplitude of video signals at video interconnection points N.61 : Measurements to be made before the line-up period that precedes a television transmission N.62 : Tests to be made during the line-up period that precedes a television transmission N.63 : Test signals to be used by the broadcasting organizations during the preparatory period N.64 : Quality and impairment assessment N.67 : Monitoring television transmissions – Use of the field blanking interval N.73 : Maintenance of permanent international television circuits, links and connections P series : Telephone transmission quality, telephone installations, local line networks P900-P999 : Audiovisual quality in multimedia services P.910 : Subjective video quality assessment methods for multimedia applications P.911 : Subjective audiovisual quality assessment methods for multimedia applications P.912 : Subjective video quality assessment methods for recognition tasks P.920 : Interactive test methods for audiovisual communications P.930 : Principles of a reference impairment system for video P.931 : Multimedia communications delay, synchronization and frame rate measurement   Top  -  Feedback  -  Contact Us  -  Copyright © ITU 2008 All Rights Reserved Contact for this page : TSB EDH Updated : 2008-11-20    
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Action Against Desertification (Interactive Map), and Resilience Stories from Africa Discover About FAO In action Media Main topics Resources Member countries Get involved English Share × Close inter -Regional Technical Platform on Water Scarcity (iRTP-WS) About Knowledge Knowledge Products Best Practices Partners Contributions Outreach Blog Forum Capacity Development E-learnings Webinars Join a Network News Events Partnership Partners Expression of Interest Login Knowledge Products > Details Action Against Desertification (Interactive Map), and Resilience Stories from Africa Action Against Desertification - Interactive Map ©FAO 04/06/2018 Action Against Desertification is an initiative of the African, Caribbean and Pacific Group of States (ACP) to restore drylands and degraded lands in Africa, the Caribbean and the Pacific to tackle the detrimental social, economic and environmental impact of land degradation and desertification. (...) Capacity development : strengthening capacities in sustainable land management and land restoration. Monitoring and evaluation : collecting data, keeping track of progress, measuring impact. (...) For more information and trying the interactive map go here Africa Climate Change Adaptation Climate change resilience Disaster Risk Reduction Drought Drought Management DRR Extreme events Monitoring Water Harvesting Water infrastructure Women Empowerment Type: Reports Location: Burkina Faso Ethiopia Fiji Gambia Haiti Niger Nigeria Senegal Pillar: Capacity building Theme: Resilience and Climate Change Adaption Year: 2018 Documents Action Against Desertification (Interactive Map) Africa: Action Against Desertification - Overview video Land Restoration in North Niger Land Restoration in Sudan Mechanized Plough for Large-Scale Land Preparation, Nigeria Action Against Desertification - Haiti Action Against Desertification – Fiji Related resources ‘In Dust’ - An Artists Collaboration Against Desertification Resilience Stories from Africa   Follow us on FAO Organizational Chart Worldwide offices Regional Office for Africa Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific Regional Office for Europe and Central Asia Regional Office for Latin America and the Caribbean Regional Office for the Near East and North Africa Country Offices Jobs Contact us Terms and Conditions Data protection and privacy Scam Alert Report Misconduct Download our app © FAO 2022
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Map the interactions between Sustainable Development Goals. Nature, 534, 320-322. Critical Considerations 21  Is the interaction reversible?  Non-attainment of education goal (SDG4) and widening inequalities (SDG10)  Is interaction uni- or bi-directional between two goals?  Affordable energy (SDG7) and quality education (SDG4)  What is the strength of the interaction?  Size of impact , “large” or “small,” will influence action  What is the level of certainty of the interaction?
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The high-level round table will provide an opportunity for an interactive dialogue among senior representatives from capitals attending the forty-eighth session of the Commission on the Status of Women. (...) Keeping the inputs short will promote interactive dialogue. 11. The first segment of the high-level round table would be devoted to interactive dialogue among high-level representatives from capitals attending the forty-eighth session of the Commission on the Status of Women, on gaps and challenges they face in relation to statistics, in monitoring progress in the implementation of the Beijing Declaration and Platform for Action and the outcome of the twenty-third special session of the General Assembly, focusing on their role as users of statistics. (...) Issues to be raised in the discussion could include: (a) The ways in which statistics and data are utilized in advocacy, policy- making and monitoring progress in implementation of the Beijing Declaration and Platform for Action and the outcome document; 5 E/CN.6/2004/CRP.1 (b) The major gaps in statistics which hinder the work of the national machineries in measuring progress at the national level; (c) Current interaction between the users and producers of statistics and ways to enhance that interaction effectively; (d) The capacity-building needs of national machineries in relation to statistics and indicators. 19.
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Moreover, depending on the AL/UA object, domestic monitoring mechanisms (such as the Ombudsman – which also fulfil the function of the National Preventive Mechanism – PO-CAT, the Council for Monitoring the implementation of the UN Convention on the Rights of persons with disabilities, the National Council for Combatting Discrimination) as well as the criminal investigation ones will be notified. 2. (...) Country visit requests: Following the request from the SR, MFA will inform the domestic authorities – mainly the Ministry of Justice (which is also supervising the National Prison Administration), but also the Ministry of Interior, which is supervising the retention and pre-trial detention centres, the Ministry of Health, etc. - in order to evaluate if the proposed schedule is feasible for an effective visit. B. Interaction regarding ‘Urgent Appeals’, ‘Allegation Letters’ and ‘Other Letters’ Question : How does your Government self-evaluate its interactions with the mandate of the Special Rapporteur relating to official communications on specific concerns or allegations regarding torture or ill-treatment during the past four years (1 November 2016 until 31 October 2020)? (...) No feed-back as to the satisfactory level of the State’s response, either through an officially communicated closure of the case, or through requesting some additional information, if needed. C. Interaction regarding Country Visit Requests Question : How does your Government self-evaluate its interactions with the mandate in response to official requests transmitted by the Special Rapporteur to conduct a country visit during the past four years during the past four years (1 November 2016 until 31 October 2020)?
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Solutions Today's problems of experimental biogeochemistry, which can be solved using IoT: • The need for continuous spatial monitoring of the state of living and inert objects of nature under external natural and anthropogenic influences, • The study of the interaction of living organisms with the environment, the processes of self-organization and regulation of biological systems, which is the subject of ecology, • Necessity of definition of parameters of adaptive possibilities of objects at external natural and anthropogenous influences. 9 Flowchart of a fragment of global convergent infocommunication environment; r – controlled devices, m - monitoring devices. 5. Solutions 10 As: Any IoTs can in principle continuously interact with any other IoTC, then researchers can monitor the dynamic processes that occur in the IoTCs under investigation. (...) Solutions 11 The existing monitoring center for natural processesв Selected GeO IoT sensors – inert objects Selected Geo IoTС sensors-trees, etc.
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Workshop on Monitoring and Evaluation of radio programmes, Tanzania :: Empowering local radio with ICTs Skip to main content Empowering local radio with ICTs Main menu Home About Impacts Highlights Where Get involved Workshop on Monitoring and Evaluation of radio programmes, Tanzania Submitted by unesco on 17/01/2014 Language English 10/12 Themes:  Correspondents ICT Internet Mobile Programming Radio format Gender equality Issues of local public concern Radio monitoring Editorial work Interaction Broadcasting Journalism Networking Project outcomes:  Journalism training ICT training Correspondents’ network On 10 December, 2013, twenty-one participants representing nine community radios in Tanzania (Sengerema, FADECO, Orkonorei FM, Kahama, Pangani FM, Kyela, Pambazuko, Mtegani and Micheweni) joined to assess the progress towards using ICTs to support and strengthen local radio broadcasting. (...) Radios:  Sengerema Radio FADECO Radio Orkonorei Kahama FM Pangani FM Kyela FM Pambazuko Mtegani FM Micheweni Radio Slides:  Monitoring and Evaluation workshop in Tanzania Monitoring and Evaluation workshop in Tanzania Monitoring and Evaluation workshop in Tanzania Equipped with background knowledge on the status of monitoring and evaluation in local radios, participants also recommended the development of job descriptions for monitoring focal points. They also discussed and developed monitoring tools and modalities to standardize data entry and simplify practical analysis.
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Workshop on Monitoring and Evaluation of radio programmes, Tanzania :: Empowering local radio with ICTs Skip to main content Empowering local radio with ICTs Main menu Home About Impacts Highlights Where Get involved Workshop on Monitoring and Evaluation of radio programmes, Tanzania Submitted by unesco on 17/01/2014 Language English 10/12 Themes:  Correspondents ICT Internet Mobile Programming Radio format Gender equality Issues of local public concern Radio monitoring Editorial work Interaction Broadcasting Journalism Networking Project outcomes:  Journalism training ICT training Correspondents’ network On 10 December, 2013, twenty-one participants representing nine community radios in Tanzania (Sengerema, FADECO, Orkonorei FM, Kahama, Pangani FM, Kyela, Pambazuko, Mtegani and Micheweni) joined to assess the progress towards using ICTs to support and strengthen local radio broadcasting. (...) Radios:  Sengerema Radio FADECO Radio Orkonorei Kahama FM Pangani FM Kyela FM Pambazuko Mtegani FM Micheweni Radio Slides:  Monitoring and Evaluation workshop in Tanzania Monitoring and Evaluation workshop in Tanzania Monitoring and Evaluation workshop in Tanzania Equipped with background knowledge on the status of monitoring and evaluation in local radios, participants also recommended the development of job descriptions for monitoring focal points. They also discussed and developed monitoring tools and modalities to standardize data entry and simplify practical analysis.
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Score: 897145.1 - https://en.unesco.org/radioict/node/2737
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