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Presenter • Adopting rules of the road for co-orbital vehicles Brian Weeden, Director of Program Planning, Secure World Foundation (Washington, DC) DAY III APRIL 12 13-15h Contextualizing space activities: what we know and don’t know about space operations and orbital maneuvers Today, many States and others possess the technology to observe activities in space, whether by radars or telescopes. (...) In some instances, even peaceful, civilian maneuvers might seem threatening. This briefing will explore what the public can tell about a space object from observation or public information, and why a lack of information can lead to heightened tension in the space environment.
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Score: 1259977.3 - https://www.unidir.org/sites/d...nces/pdfs/agenda-eng-0-799.pdf
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PROPOSAL FOR AMENDMENTS TO UN REGULATION NO. 46 (UNIFORM PROVISIONS CONCERNING THE APPROVAL OF DEVICES FOR INDIRECT VISION AND OF MOTOR VEHICLES WITH REGARD TO THE INSTALLATION OF THESE DEVICES)
ISO 16505:2015 describes a possibility for a field of view temporary modified for special driving situations in order to compensate the static Class II field of vision using a Camera Monitoring System (CMS) – which might be a disadvantage of Camera-Monitor- Systems in special driving situations compared to conventional mirrors. 4. When turning, in maneuvering or in other special driving situations using conventional mirrors, the driver can achieve an extended field of view by head movements, which is not provided with CMS. 5. (...) To show the advantage of changed magnification and resolution within a combined field of view in maneuvering situations Germany will prepare a separate presentation
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Score: 1251636.4 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...RANS/WP.29/GRSG/2019/27&Lang=E
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It is our hope that this publication will serve as a valuable tool for proactively combating complex ­financial maneuvers used to hide illicit proceeds from corruption and other offenses, and ultimately return that money to public funds. (...) It is our hope that this publication will serve as a valuable tool for proactively combating complex fi­nancial maneuvers used to hide illicit proceeds from corruption and other offenses, and ultimately return that money to public funds.
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Score: 1246379.1 - https://www.undp.org/kosovo/pu...ts-combatting-money-laundering
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It prohibits the establishment of military bases, structures and fortifications on celestial bodies, the testing of all types of weapons and the conduct of military maneuvers. The use of military personnel and any equipment or means for scientific or other peaceful research is not prohibited). – Treaty banning nuclear weapon tests in the atmosphere, in outer space and under water (1963): (article 1 of the Treaty obliges the parties to prohibit, prevent and not to carry out any test explosions of nuclear weapons and any other nuclear explosions in any place under its jurisdiction or control: PP. ( A) in the atmosphere, beyond it, including outer space). 2 – Convention on the prohibition of Military or any other hostile use of environmental modification techniques (1976) : (article 1 of the Treaty obliges the parties not to resort to military or any other hostile use of environmental modification techniques, which having widespread, long-lasting or severe effects as the means of destruction, damage or injury to any other State Party. (...) "Prohibited" activities include: (1) placement and testing of nuclear weapons, as well as other weapons of mass destruction, in orbit around the Earth, on the moon or other celestial bodies; (2) military or any other hostile use of environmental modification techniques in outer space; 3) deployment of military bases and conducting military tests and maneuvers on celestial bodies and orbits around them; 3 4) development, testing and deployment of space-based missile DEFENSE systems or their components using anti-missile radiolocation station; (5) interference with national technical controls as well as some space radio links; 8) creation of weapons in space based on new physical principles; Unregulated activities are: 1) creation, testing and deployment of anti-satellite weapons; 2) conducting military-applied experiments in space; 3) Creation and deployment in space of means of optical and radio - electronic suppression.
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Score: 1207290.1 - https://www.un.org/disarmament.../2019/02/Kazakhstan-part-2.pdf
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The manoeuvring lamp(s) may only be activated automatically for slow maneuvers up to 10 km/h provided that one of the following conditions is fulfilled: (a) [prior to the vehicle being set in motion for the first time after each manual activation of the propulsion system.]; or (b) Reverse gear is engaged; or (c) A system which assists parking maneuvers is activated.
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Score: 1205401 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...TRANS/WP.29/GRE/2011/30&Lang=E
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QUESTIONS RELATING TO THE USE OF NUCLEAR POWER SOURCES IN OUTER SPACE :JAPAN : WORKING PAPER. STUDIES ON TECHNICAL ASPECTS AND SAFETY MEASURES OF NUCLEAR POWER SOURCES IN OUTER SPACE.
UNITED NATIONS GENERAL ASSEMBLY A/AC.105/C.l/WG.V/L.5 28 December 1979 ORIGINAL: ENGLISH C01 ii IITTEE OH THE PEACEFUL USES OF OU'l'I:R SPACE f~cic·11tific and Technical Sub-Committee
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Score: 1198536.6 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...S=A/AC.105/C.1/WG.V/L.5&Lang=E
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Pilots who understand the airplane energy state will be in a position to know instantly what options they may have to maneuver their airplane and therefore manage the trajectory. (...) An airplane wing can approach the stall angle of attack at any airspeed (beware that at airspeeds above design maneuver speed, V A or near maximum flap speeds V FE , the wing can generate enough lift to cause it to fail due to structural overload before reaching the stall angle of attack). (...) Except in crosswind takeoff and landing, keeping the sideslip as close to zero as possible will ensure that the maximum amount of lateral control is available for maneuvering. Rudder should only be used in combination with ailerons/spoilers to eliminate sideslip, not create it.
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Score: 1183846.3 - https://www.icao.int/safety/LOCI/AUPRTA/full.html
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This situation explains a significant reduction of digital uses by vulnerable populations. 3.3 - Local interconnections between digital terminals Commercial offers sometimes offer to link digital terminals to each other, either for the purposes of graphic printing, or for the transfer of photographic images (portable terminal or tablet to computer), or for the use of a dual screen (computer to digital TV screen). Whether these maneuvers are simple or complex to perform, it must be recognized that most device manuals are written in an incomplete way and that it is often impossible to obtain the desired result, even with the help of a after-sale service. (...) If the remote control of these functions should in principle lead to the implementation of one of the three standard technical processes, the maneuver must be reinitialized for each of the transmissions and, unfortunately, this access is often not available for all broadcasts. On the other hand, the maneuver must be reactivated after each voluntary interruption of the sound channel.
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Score: 1175235 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/j...Feb2018/JCA-AHF-Doc%20318.docx
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The intentional abrupt maneuvering of the aircraft by the flight crew. (AMAN: Abrupt maneuvre) 1 Usage Notes: • This category includes the intentional maneuvering of the aircraft to avoid a collision with terrain, objects/obstacles, weather or other aircraft (Note: The effect of intentional maneuvering is the key consideration). • Abrupt maneuvering may also result in a loss of control or system/component failure or malfunction. In this case, the event is coded under both categories (e.g., AMAN and Loss of Control–Inflight (LOC–I), AMAN and System/Component Failure or Malfunction (Non- Powerplant) (SCF–NP), or AMAN and System/Component Failure or Malfunction (Powerplant) (SCF–PP)). • Abrupt maneuvering may also occur on ground; examples include hard braking maneuver, rapid change of direction to avoid collisions, etc. (...) (LALT: Low altitude operations) 11 Usage Notes: • ‘Terrain’ includes: water, vegetation, rocks, and other natural elements laying, on or growing out of, the earth. • Includes ostentatious display, manoeuvring at low height, aerobatics, sight seeing, demonstration flights, aerial inspection, avalanche mining, human hoist or human cargo sling, search and rescue operations, aerial application, intentional helicopter operations close to obstacles during aerial work and scud running (ducking under low visibility conditions). • Also includes intentional manoeuvring in close proximity to cliffs, mountains, into box canyons, and similar flights where the aircraft aerodynamic capability is not sufficient to avoid impact. • If there is a loss of control during low altitude operations, both loss of control – inflight (LOC-I) and LALT are coded. • NOTE: excluding rotorcraft air taxi phase of flight. • NOTE: includes maneuvering at low height while searching for an off-aerodrome landing location.
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Score: 1175099 - https://www.icao.int/safety/ai...-%20Occurrence%20category).pdf
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Minimize the adverse environmental effects of civil aviation activities 1 INTRODUCTION 1.1 KCAA has embarked on implementation of MLAT system that is expected to operate independently for detections of aircraft/vehicles and vehicles on the maneuvering area (runway, Taxiways and Apron) at the following airports;  Moi International Airport (MIA) - Mombasa  Wilson APIRG/23– IP/12 -2-  Kisumu  Malindi 1.2 The system is expected to enhance provision of ATM in a variety of applications, from “radar-like” air traffic control purpose to enhanced situational awareness of surface movements by aerodrome controllers. (...) Vehicles must have their transponder on at all times while on the maneuvering area and apron. Interrogation is on 1030MHZ while reply is on 1090MHZ. 2.8 Aerodrome control will use MLAT to maximize utilization of RWYs and confirm that traffic is following instructions to and from the RWYs.
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Score: 1170578.5 - https://www.icao.int/ESAF/Docu...23_KCAA%20MLAT%20%28Eng%29.pdf
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