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It is important to note that there are and will be sources of safety information beyond operators and their agents. For instance, manufacturers will implement similar reporting programs in the near future for design and manufacturing activities. Indeed, such reporting has already been made mandatory for European-based manufacturers. Safety information generated by other sources and other programs with similar objectives requires equal protection. 3. (...) Nothing in Appendix E to Annex 13 counsels against the use of safety information in, for instance, civil litigation allocating responsibility for an accident between an operator and a manufacturer provided that the safety information is shielded from public disclosure.
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Score: 976087.1 - https://www.icao.int/NACC/Docu...ASGPAESC12/RASGPAESC12WP06.pdf
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Customers can receive distinct, tailored, private services that securely traverse shared public, hybrid networks. (...) New entrants, regardless of size, extremely interested. Manufacturers Highly interested. It will promote infrastructure development. (...) Policy-makers and regulators from developed countries will also be interested in many of the issues addressed. Manufacturers will also have a high interest in the Question since appropriate interconnection measures will promote infrastructure development. b) Proposed methods for the implementation of the results The output of the study (report and guidelines) would be distributed as the output results of the ITU-D study groups.
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Score: 973621.5 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/stud...documents/Questions/Q6-2-1.pdf
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If the vehicle is equipped with the capability to perform lane changes during the RMF intervention, the manufacturer shall declare the detection ranges to the front, side and rear. (...) The test conditions and the vehicle speeds shall be within the operating range of the system as declared by the manufacturer. Specific details of the mandatory tests described below shall be discussed and agreed between the vehicle manufacturer and the Technical Service to adapt the required testing to the declared use case(s) for which the RMF is designed to operate. In addition, the manufacturer shall demonstrate to the satisfaction of the Technical Service that the requirements defined in paragraph 5.1.6.3. are fulfilled in the whole range of the RMF operation (specified by the vehicle manufacturer in the system information data).
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Score: 971126.8 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul.../files/2021-02/GRVA-09-43e.pdf
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Silk Tradition Prospers in Azerbaijan | FAO FAO.org العربية 中文 english français Русский Español Family Farming Knowledge Platform Background FamilyFarmingLex Resources Countries & Regions Themes Network Data sources Join Us Silk Tradition Prospers in Azerbaijan Silk manufacturing is as an ancient tradition in Azerbaijan, and spring is silkworm season. The Otharashvili family in Gakh region have a long, enclosed porch that they dedicate to the care and feeding of these distinctive white larvae. Care means maintaining the right temperature and humidity in the room.
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Score: 969946.3 - https://www.fao.org/family-farming/detail/en/c/1030024/
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A number of service providers and device manufacturers have already entered the market with innovative services. (...) Much of the benefits for the firm will be competed away, to the benefit of the consumer.32 A group of manufacturers and operators under the Fixed-Mobile Convergence Alliance (FMCA) is sharing experiences of convergence. 33 Its mission is to “abolish the distinction between fixed and mobile” irrespective of the underlying networks. Manufacturers are currently developing dual GSM and Wi-Fi handsets.
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Score: 967788.9 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/treg...papers/Ewan_Sutherland_FMC.pdf
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Let me now turn to Korea's position on market liberalization. First, regarding manufactured goods, we need to aim for a significant reduction of remaining tariff barriers. (...) There are unambiguous and undisputed benefits from freer flows of trade in manufactured goods because comparative advantage works so clearly in this sector. (...) Even though the share of manufactured goods in world trade has been on the gradual decline, it still accounts for more than 60 per cent of total trade.
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Score: 966883.4 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...9_e/english/state_e/d5233e.pdf
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“tobacco products” means products entirely or partly made of the leaf of tobacco as raw material which are manufactured to be used for smoking, snuffing and chewing; 3.1.2. (...) CHAPTER TWO THE REGULATION OF TOBACCO MANUFACTURING, TRADE, CONSUMPTION AND ADVERTISING Article 6. (...) The Government shall assume the code of conduct over tobacco manufacturing, imports, trade and services. Article 7.
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Score: 966411.9 - https://www.who.int/fctc/imple...ng_revised_4_January_FInal.pdf
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The diagnostic showed that manufacturing in Egypt registered some notable achievements in the last decade: in terms of economic contribution, the share of manufacturing has been increasing in three main dimensions, employment, exports and FDI inflows, while in terms of trade competitiveness, Egypt has improved in agriculture, textiles, chemicals and plastics, as evidenced by an increase in the number of revealed comparative advantages (RCAs). However, the country has not yet achieved its full potential to upgrade its manufacturing sector (the share of MVA in total GDP is about 15%) as well as to promote renewable energy sources, the valorization of waste and to enhance its preparedness to reap the benefits of the fourth industrial revolution. (...) Footer Who we are UNIDO in brief History UNIDO Worldwide Director General Our focus UNIDO & the SDGs Inclusive and Sustainable Industrial Development Programme for Country Partnership Third Industrial Development Decade for Africa GMIS - Global Manufacturing & Industrialisation Summit Explore Projects Stories News Publications More Employment Procurement Legal Resources Scam Alert Evaluation and Internal Oversight Report Wrongdoing Contact Information Press and Media Disclaimer © 2017 United Nations Industrial Development Organization
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Score: 965897.1 - https://www.unido.org/news/uni...gramme-country-partnership-pcp
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Sub-teams currently include: (Telematics) Connected Vehicle (Telemetry) Smart Grid Sub-teams meet weekly to consider: Use Cases Architecture Study Protocol/API Analysis 2 Halifax, 31 Oct – 3 Nov 2011 ICT Accessibility For All GSC16-PLEN-82 Highlight of Current Activities (2) Currently assessing In depth Use Case Analysis for M2M, Smart Grid, eHealth, and Connected Vehicle Discover common requirements/specifications Architectural definition for M2M Service Platform Seeking common Service Layer “elements” that enhance overall value of M2M services/applications Identification of players across the value chain 3 Halifax, 31 Oct – 3 Nov 2011 ICT Accessibility For All GSC16-PLEN-82 4 Module Machine Network Middleware System Integrator Service Provider IC Sensor Modem Gateway Transport Service mgmt Enablers App’s Integration Operations Customer Service End User Application Developers System Integrators Network Equipment Providers Service Providers Middleware Providers Machine & Device Manufacturers M2M Value Chain Halifax, 31 Oct – 3 Nov 2011 ICT Accessibility For All GSC16-PLEN-82 Strategic Direction 5 Opportunity to define ICT’s contribution and role in these emerging markets. 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Halifax, 31 Oct – 3 Nov 2011 ICT Accessibility For All GSC16-PLEN-82 Proposed Resolution ATIS proposes revisions to the existing M2M Resolution contained in: GSC-15/30: Machine to Machine 9 Halifax, 31 Oct – 3 Nov 2011 ICT Accessibility For All GSC16-PLEN-82 GSC-16-CL-xx 27 October 2011 RESOLUTION GSC-16/30: (Plenary) Machine to Machine (Revised) The 16 th Global Standards Collaboration meeting (Halifax, 31 October - 3 November 2011) Recognizing: a) Beyond the 5 billion devices connected to the Internet, with an expectation of 15 billion devices by 2015, the potential for greatest growth comes from machine -to-machine (M2M) deployments, involving networked security cameras and sensors, connected home appliances and HVAC equipment, ITS infrastructur e for traffic and parking management, sophisticated smart grids etc. b) The phenomenal growth of applications that are continuing to be available on these devices that will create tremendous demands and increased complexity in the network. c) M2M is seeing positive industry trends and is recognized globally by governments and private initiatives. d) The M2M market has huge potential both in terms of size and growth for all parties involved in the M2M value chain. e) The availability of global standards will be an important enabler for connecting multiple devices in complex systems and reaching economies of scale, for manufacturers and solution providers. Considering: a) That standards are most conducive to economies of scale if they are compatible worldwide. b) That many organizations around the world, including PSOs, are working on M2M standardization; thereby increasing the possibility of redundant or conflicting standards. c) That global coordination and collaboration will reduce the risk of standards duplication and will increase standardization effectiveness. d) That coherent global standards should be developed whenever feasible. e) That M2M introduces new components that are distinct from user communications and need to be made coherent with the work of existing communication networks including NGN. f) That GSC’s mission is to reduce duplication, foster synergy, and encourage coherence. (...) RESOLUTION GSC-16/30: (Plenary) Machine to Machine (Revised) The 16th Global Standards Collaboration meeting (Halifax, 31 October - 3 November 2011) Recognizing: a) Beyond the 5 billion devices connected to the Internet, with an expectation of 15 billion devices by 2015, the potential for greatest growth comes from machine-to-machine (M2M) deployments, involving networked security cameras and sensors, connected home appliances and HVAC equipment, ITS infrastructure for traffic and parking management, sophisticated smart grids etc. b) The phenomenal growth of applications that are continuing to be available on these devices that will create tremendous demands and increased complexity in the network. c) M2M is seeing positive industry trends and is recognized globally by governments and private initiatives. d) The M2M market has huge potential both in terms of size and growth for all parties involved in the M2M value chain. e) The availability of global standards will be an important enabler for connecting multiple devices in complex systems and reaching economies of scale, for manufacturers and solution providers. Considering: a) That standards are most conducive to economies of scale if they are compatible worldwide. b) That many organizations around the world, including PSOs, are working on M2M standardization; thereby increasing the possibility of redundant or conflicting standards. c) That global coordination and collaboration will reduce the risk of standards duplication and will increase standardization effectiveness. d) That coherent global standards should be developed whenever feasible. e) That M2M introduces new components that are distinct from user communications and need to be made coherent with the work of existing communication networks including NGN. f) That GSC’s mission is to reduce duplication, foster synergy, and encourage coherence.
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Score: 961726.4 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/g...openplenary/GSC16-PLEN-82.pptx
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Silk Tradition Prospers in Azerbaijan | FAO FAO.org العربية 中文 english français Русский Español منبر معارف الزراعة الأُسرية معلومات أساسية FamilyFarmingLex الموارد البلدان والأقاليم الموضوعات شبكة منبر المعارف مصادر البيانات انضم إلينا Silk Tradition Prospers in Azerbaijan Silk manufacturing is as an ancient tradition in Azerbaijan, and spring is silkworm season. The Otharashvili family in Gakh region have a long, enclosed porch that they dedicate to the care and feeding of these distinctive white larvae. Care means maintaining the right temperature and humidity in the room.
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Score: 960775.2 - https://www.fao.org/family-farming/detail/ar/c/1030024/
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