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Motor Oil - Hellas - Corinth Refineries S.A. – Communication on Progress 2013 Motor Oil | UN Global Compact All Participants Search Who We Are The SDGs Participation Take Action Engage Locally Explore Our Library About News Sign In Contact Us Communication on Progress In this section Participation Getting Started Why Join Reporting Communication on Progress Communication on Engagement Communication on Progress 2013 Motor Oil Participant Motor Oil - Hellas - Corinth Refineries S.A.
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Score: 912781.5 - https://www.unglobalcompact.or...create-and-submit/active/84281
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For the third year running, a major event focusing on information and communication technologies (ICT) in motor vehicles is being organized by ITU, ISO and IEC, working together as the World Standards Cooperation (WSC). Taking place at one of the world’s leading automotive events, the Geneva International Motor Show, The Fully Networked Car will comprise a workshop with demonstrations and will take place between 5 and 7 March 2008 . (...) Considering: a) that ITU-T Advisory Panel for Standards Cooperation on Telecommunications related to Motor Vehicles – APSC TELEMOV – is chartered as a cooperation group on all aspects of standardization related to communications within and for motor vehicles; b) that the World Standards Cooperation (WSC), the entity comprising ITU, ISO and IEC in order to strengthen and advance the voluntary consensus-based international standards system, is organizing a third major event on information and communication technologies in motor vehicles at the Geneva Motor Show from 5-7 March, 2008, one of the world’s leading automotive events, comprising a workshop, and an exhibition that will run the length of the Geneva Motor Show; and c) that this workshop is tentatively planned to have as key themes: nomadic devices, the role ITS in motor vehicles can play in reducing adverse environmental impact and reducing accidents, as well as addressing results from the GSC Task Force on ITS and the ITU-T Focus Group FITCAR ("From/In/To Cars Communication").
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Score: 912740.2 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/a...meetings/Report_5thmeeting.doc
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Methodology • Road transport is a case of an ungoverned social space ceded to nonstate actors for unaccountable extraction of rents • Case study of two motor parks in Osogbo, Osun State, Nigeria, involving interviews with drivers, key informants, and local leadership of the motor parks • Observation and use of motor parks • Secondary sources, including written texts, newspapers articles and online sources NURTW: Key findings • NURTW controls hundreds of motor parks across Nigeria. (...) Charges are collected daily and shared among the leadership. • There is no accountability how much is extracted from parks daily, and how it is expended. • Clearly, funds are never used for the public good, or remitted to government. • NURTW provides political support for govts in return. • Also, NURTW makes returns to govt agencies Policy recommendation • Transparency and accountability in social sectors’ governance. • Empowerment of CSOs to demand and promote transparency and accountability in social sectors. • Media, NGOs and donor agencies should draw attention to the opaque nature and financial haemorrhage characteristic of ungoverned public sectors. • Incentivise govts to reclaim social spaces and deploy revenues realised for the public good. • Sanctions for political party or leader who cedes the commonwealth to nonstate actors for selfish political gains. • Media, NGOs and donor agencies should demand to know how much is extracted from ungoverned social spaces (motor parks) annually and what happens to such revenue. • Unaccountable revenues from ungoverned social spaces be designated as illicit financial funds
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Score: 911631.8 - https://www.un.org/osaa/sites/...bonifo_presentation_feb_23.pdf
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About APSC Committed to connecting the world Search for: ITU General Secretariat Radiocommunication Standardization About ITU-T Events All Groups Standards Resources BSG Study Groups Regional Presence Join ITU-T Development ITU Telecom Members' Zone Join ITU You are here ITU > Home > ITU-T > APSC TELEMOV > About APSC Share Page Content About APSC Advisory standards cooperation panel (Advisory Panel for Standards Cooperation on Telecommunications related to Motor Vehicles - APSC TELEMOV) was created as a result of the Workshop on Standardization in Telecommunication for Motor Vehicles and intended as a cooperation group on all aspects of standardization related to telecommunications within and for motor vehicles. (...) Terms of Reference Objectives The APSC is a cooperation group on all aspects of standardization related to telecommunications within and for motor vehicles. The APSC should strengthen the cooperation amongst the SDOs involved in the industry, improving information exchange between organizations and avoiding duplication of efforts. (...) The APSC will be open to all interested parties, dealing with research, manufacturing and standard development for telecommunications for motor vehicles as well as telecom operators and service providers.
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Score: 911631.8 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/apsc/Pages/about.aspx
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Los vehículos propulsados por un motor con pila de combustible deben asignarse a los núms. (...) Los demás vehículos que contengan un motor de combustión interna deben asignarse a los núms. (...) Los vehículos con un motor de combustión interna propulsado por un líquido inflamable y un gas inflamable deben asignarse al núm.
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Score: 911193.5 - https://www.icao.int/safety/Da...s/DGP26/DGP.26.WP.004.2.SP.pdf
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. • The revision of ISIC Rev. 4 aimed to address these issues to reflect more closely the reality of current economic activities in the classification Overview of the main changes in the revised structure of ISIC Part 1 -ISIC Statistics Division 47 Retail trade, except of motor vehicles and motorcycles 471 Retail sale in non-specialized stores 4711 Retail sale in non-specialized stores with food, beverages or tobacco predominating 4719 Other retail sale in non-specialized stores 472 Retail sale of food, beverages and tobacco in specialized stores 4721 Retail sale of food in specialized stores .. … … 478 Retail sale via stalls and markets 4781 Retail sale via stalls and markets of food, beverages and tobacco products 4782 Retail sale via stalls and markets of textiles, clothing and footwear 4789 Retail sale via stalls and markets of other goods 479 Retail trade not in stores, stalls or markets 4791 Retail sale via mail order houses or via Internet 4799 Other retail sale not in stores, stalls or markets • The distinction between in-store and non-store retail is eliminated • The share of online and in-store sales (and the types of products sold via the various channels) can vary over time, affecting the stability of the classification • Industries classified by their predominant product sold will result in more accurate measurement of product data and increased consistency between activity and product classifications. • The distinction between specialized and non- specialized retail trade is maintained ISIC Rev. 4 Section G – “Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles” Division 47 Part 1 -ISIC ISIC Rev. 4 Division 47 Statistics Division ISIC Rev. 4 Section G • the TT-ISIC agreed that the classification of activities in ISIC Rev. 4 Division 45 should be made consistent in the classification structure of ISIC. • This means that: • Wholesale of motor vehicles activities should be in Division 46 - “Wholesale trade” • Retail trade of motor vehicles activities should be in Division 47 - “Retail trade” • Activities of maintenance and repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles should be in Division 95 – “Repair of computers and personal and household goods” • There will not be a loss of information with the new proposed structure as the ISIC Rev. 4 Division 45 can be reconstructed from the proposed new groups and classes in the revised ISIC. Consistency of Division 45 - “Wholesale and retail trade and repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles” within Section G Part 1 -ISIC G Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles 45 Wholesale and retail trade and repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles 451 Sale of motor vehicles 4510 Sale of motor vehicles 452 Maintenance and repair of motor vehicles 4520 Maintenance and repair of motor vehicles 453 Sale of motor vehicle parts and accessories 4530 Sale of motor vehicle parts and accessories 454 Sale, maintenance and repair of motorcycles and related parts and accessories 4540 Sale, maintenance and repair of motorcycles and related parts and accessories 46 Wholesale trade, except of motor vehicles and motorcycles 461 Wholesale on a fee or contract basis 4610 Wholesale on a fee or contract basis 462 Wholesale of agricultural raw materials and live animals 4620 Wholesale of agricultural raw materials and live animals 463 Wholesale of food, beverages and tobacco 4630 Wholesale of food, beverages and tobacco … … … 469 Non-specialized wholesale trade 4690 Non-specialized wholesale trade 47 Retail trade, except of motor vehicles and motorcycles 471 Retail sale in non-specialized stores 4711 Retail sale in non-specialized stores with food, beverages or tobacco predominating 4719 Other retail sale in non-specialized stores 472 Retail sale of food, beverages and tobacco in specialized stores … … … Statistics Division • The rapid development of information and communication technologies prompted a major review and update of the structure of Section J - “Information and communication” to reflect the new activities and terminologies in ISIC • The TT-ISIC review of the structure of Section J to reflect: (a) the classification of new audio and video distribution activities; (b) clear definitions of concepts such as publishing, programming, data processing, content distribution, facilities management, consultancy, communication, transmission, display, media, etc.; (c) improved alignment with other industry classifications such as NACE and NAICS; and (d) updated terminology. 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Cross-sectional issues 1: Intermediation service activities Part 1 -ISIC Statistics Division 354 Activities of brokers and agents for electric power and natural gas 434 Intermediation services for specialised construction services 479 Intermediation service activities for retail trade 523 Intermediation services activities for transportation 533 Intermediation services for postal and courier activities 5591* Intermediation services for accommodation 5622* Intermediation services for food and beverage services activities 612 Intermediation services for telecommunications activities 682 Intermediation services activities for real estate activities 775 Intermediation services for rental and leasing of tangible goods and non-financial intangible assets 824 Intermediation services for business support activities (except financial intermediation), n.e.c. 8561 Intermediation services for courses and tutors 8691 Intermediation services activities for medical, dental, and other health services 8791 Intermediation services activities for residential care activities 954 Intermediation services for repair and maintenance of computers, personal and household goods, and motor vehicles and motorcycles 964 Intermediation services for other personal services • The TT-ISIC recognized that an alternative treatment of non-financial intermediation service activities could be to classify all of them in a (single) separate division, but it was agreed to not create such a division The following new groups were created Part 1 -ISIC Statistics Division • Since the release of ISIC Rev. 4, there have been various innovations in the provision of financial services.
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Score: 908401 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul..._1_UNSD%20and%20Eurostat_0.pdf
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Dave Acton Session 2: The Policy Issues - Safety, Security, Privacy and Liability Title of Presentation: Data Policy From November of 2000 until March of 2004, Dave Acton was the Director of Global Telematics for General Motors. In that assignment, he and his team helped General Motors develop their global telematics strategy.  (...) Prior to 1997, Dave held a number of assignments in Electrical Engineering, including Chief Electrical Engineer for Cadillac Motor Division, Director of Electrical Engineering for the Luxury Car Group and Director of Electrical Engineering for the Midsize and Luxury Car Groups. In April of 2004, Dave retired form General Motors and started Charter Mobile Information Inc., a company dedicated to advancing the telematics or “connected vehicle” industry worldwide. 
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Score: 907118.75 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-T/work...to/200503/bios/s2cv-acton.html
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The Other Hands-free Device – Headset applications in Motor Vehicles The Other Hands-free Device – Headset applications in Motor Vehicles Keith Derrick – Plantronics, Inc. (...) Hands-free communications in motor vehicles is becoming a requirement around the world. (...) The latter are sometimes ignored in discussions of hands-free communications in motor vehicles but a headset should be the primary choice for several reasons.
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Score: 907118.75 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-T/work...act/telecomo_1103_s3p3_abs.doc
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The aim of Recommendation ITU-T P.1150 is to set a base level of function and quality, aimed at providing improved communication between all occupants in a motor vehicle. Furthermore, it will ensure the ICC operates to a quality such that motor vehicle drivers do not feel it necessary to turn their head to amplify their voice when talking to other passengers (i.e., prevent driver distraction). ICC will utilize integrated microphones and speakers in the motor vehicle cabin to amplify conversation.   To meet these requirements, the Recommendation uses the concept of audio zones within a motor vehicle cabin, and defines tests to ensure good speech intelligibility and quality between these audio zones.
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Score: 907118.75 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/e...G12_Status-Report-to-CITS.docx
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Road Signs for small vehicles motorized and non-Motorized - ((IROSI) and (BASt) | UNECE Skip to main content English Advanced Search Main navigation About UNECE Executive Secretary Mission Organizational structure Secretariat Executive Committee Commission Legal instruments Work with us Our work Economic Cooperation & Integration Environmental Policy Forests Population Sustainable Energy Statistics Trade Transport Urban Development, Housing & Land Themes High-impact Areas Circular Economy Gender SPECA Technical cooperation THE PEP UN SG's Special Envoy for Road Safety UN Road Safety Fund UN cooperation in the UNECE region Regional Forum on Sustainable Development SDGs Open UNECE Events Meetings & Events Information for Delegates Coronavirus Advisory Publications Media Executive Secretary's Blog News Press Releases Covid-19 Press Releases Speeches Stories UNECE Weekly Videos UNECE Media Documents More options Media Executive Secretary Blog Press Releases News COVID-19 News & Press Releases Speeches Stories UNECE weekly Videos Road Signs for small vehicles motorized and non-Motorized - ((IROSI) and (BASt) Languages and translations English File type1 Informal document No 3 Rev.1 4 April 2022.pdf-N.pdf (application/pdf, 2.07 MB) This document is associated with the following: Event (GE.2) Group of Experts on Road Signs and Signals (7th Informal meeting) Downloads English Informal document No 3 Rev.1 4 April 2022.pdf-N.pdf Document Information Published: 05/09/2022 Updated 05/09/2022 Document Symbol: Informal document No.3/Rev.1 (4 April 2022) Document Categories: Informal Documents ABOUT UNECE Mission Executive Secretary Organizational Structure OPPORTUNITIES Vacancies Internship Programme RESOURCES Statistical Database Evaluations Follow UNECE Facebook Twitter Contact us Flickr Rss Youtube Instagram © United Nations Economic Commission for Europe | Terms and Conditions of Use | Privacy Notice Contact us
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Score: 907118.75 - https://unece.org/transport/do...all-vehicles-motorized-and-non
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