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Its overall objective is to promote and support UN inter-agency collaboration, increase the operational effectiveness of the UN system as a whole and provide UN staff with the required skills and competencies to face today’s global challenges. (...) Reporting to the Chief of Operations the Logistics Clerk will provide general logistics support to the Staff College, and when required, he/she should act as the driver of the UNSSC vehicle. (...) Ability to maintain accurate records and prepare reports on a wide variety of data.
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Score: 876131.25 - https://www.unssc.org/sites/un..._2021_-_logistics_clerk_g3.pdf
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Folie 1 UAE SWIM Gateway System Air Traffic Flow Management Task Force ATFM TF/1 Muscat, Sultanate of Oman Date 23 - 25 September 2018 Cooperation Coordination UAE ATM Strategy 2 UAE ATM Strategic Plan 2030 Collaboration ► Effective cooperation and collaboration between the ATM Community Members on various levels ► Support for ICAO’s Global Air Traffic Management (ATM) Operational Concept and Global Air Navigation Plan (GANP) ► The adoption of the ICAO Aviation System Block Upgrade (ASBU) programme ► Enhanced ATM services for UAE airports. (...) Collaboration Knowledge About Situation Consolidated & Consistent Information Data Source Data Source Data Source System Wide Information Management Collaborative View Flight Objects ATM System GCAA SZC DFLOW AMAN ATSU ATM System Airports A-CDM AOC Airspace Users C2 Air Force Adapters Collaboration Objectives for the SWIM Gateway 5 ► Access to High Quality, Consistent and Consolidated Flight Related Information ► Flight Objects as perceived by GCAA Sheikh Zayed Air Navigation Centre ► Allow Stakeholders to amend Flight Objects with additional information ► Support bi-directional interfacing to Eurocontrol Network Manager ► Standardised and Open Interfaces ► SWIM Platform compliant to Yellow Profile ► Use of FIXM as a means for external data presentation ► Expandability ► Supporting Dynamic Attributes, even in FIXM input and output without need for software modifications ► Application Programming Interface for additional Business Logic ► Supporting Collaborative Decision Making by providing the Data Exchange Service in an open, easily accessible data format. ► Enabler to grow a national, regional and inter-regional SWIM landscape Flight Related Information Sharing ► Requirements from Stakeholders ►Validated and Consistent flight plan data ►Accurate Traffic Forecast ►Accurate Prediction of Landing Times based on AMAN timings ►Departure slot times (CTOT) and dynamic slot availability ►Data shall be available in real-time and as direct system-to-system exchange ►Web Access for data browsing ► Accessibility to Information ►Secured Public Internet Connections instead of costly private networks ►Open Interfaces and long term roadmap to assure investment security ► Pioneering Stakeholders ►Dubai Airports ►Abu Dhabi Airports ►Other UAE Airports ►UAE National Airlines ► IATA (In discussion) 6 Flight Related Information Data Sources at Sheikh Zayed Air Navigation Centre 7 AMHS/AFTN FDPS AMAN DFLOW Eurocontrol Airline Schedule • Early information • Placeholder for Planning • Detailed Flight Plan • Specific Updates • Tactical Flight Details • Route Updates • Actual Times and Estimates • Landing Information • Runway • Assigned Landing Time • Departure Sequence • Calculated Take Off Time • Flight Progress • Estimates Cloud of Flight Data Implementation Challenges ► Data Silos in fragmented designs of Legacy Systems ►Applications use individual Data Models and unconnected Flight Life Cycles ►Use of Proprietary Data Formats ►Inconsistencies between Systems ►Data Duplications ► Need for Flight Validation Checks ►Use of AIM Data published in AIXM format ►Identification and Correction of Data Corruptions ►Removal of Duplicates ► Data Consolidation ► Cyber Security (ADCS) 8 Implementation of the SWIM Gateway ► IFPS Functionality ►Only validated Flight Plans are forwarded ► If necessary, centralised correction within the Gateway is performed prior forwarding ► Consistent Flight Object Database ►All data about a flight from various sources is consolidated in a single System “Flight Objects” ► Enables Collaboration Services including ATFM ►SWIM Gateway provides consistent and up-to-date flight information ►Flight Objects supports concepts for individual flights such as Ground Delays, User Driven Priortisation, and i4D trajectories ►Consolidated Flight Objects database allow accurate demand forecast based on all available information ► Extendable ►Open System Architecture ►Application Programming Interface for Custom Extensions ►Capacity to cover larger airspace by uploading additional AIM information. 9 Implementation Status ► SWIM Gateway has received Operational Approval as of 10 September 2018 ►Target Date for operation 25 September 2018 ► Cornerstone for a SWIM enabled System Landscape ►Application independent System Flight Object Store ►Bridging between legacy systems and SWIM architecture ►Enabler for future Building Blocks and enhanced Applications that are SWIM capable ►A-CDM and AODB Systems ►ATM Automation System ►Collaborative ATFM ►Supporting National, Regional and Inter-Regional Connectivity 10 Outlook ► The SWIM Gateway … ►Validate Flight Plans against AIXM encoded airspace information ► Inform Flight Plan Originators through Operational Reply Messages about the processing status of filed Flight Plans ►Distribute validated Flight Plans to ATSU using AMHS/AFTN ►Distribute validated Flight Plan as FIXM to stakeholders via IP networks using SWIM technology ►Maintain a Flight Objects containing all flight related information and updated all connected client systems ►FIXM System to System Interface ►Web Browser Interface ►SWIM Gateway is able to encode ATFM related information ►SWIM Gateway may act as inter-regional flight related information exchange 11 UAE SWIM Gateway System UAE ATM Strategy Need for Data Sharing and Consolidation Slide Number 4 Objectives for the SWIM Gateway Flight Related Information Sharing Data Sources at Sheikh Zayed Air Navigation Centre Implementation Challenges Implementation of the SWIM Gateway Implementation Status Outlook
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Score: 876131.25 - https://www.icao.int/MID/Docum...Gateway%20for%20ATFM%20TF1.pdf
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Rational consumer = well informed consumer But Is information truthful, accurate, up-to-date? Is there too much information? (...) Empowered consumers Effective redress Fair, transparent complaints process Litigation, arbitration, mediation? Operators handle complaints in first instance Ensure remedies are enforced Trust and security Is there a regulatory gap? Promote consumer involvement and awareness Ensure accurate reliable information is available Ensure consumers have access to effective redress Enforceability of standards where necessary Global response to security concerns Thank you!
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Score: 873854.7 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/treg...SR09/doc/Session_3_Stevens.pdf
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Rational consumer = well informed consumer But Is information truthful, accurate, up-to-date? Is there too much information? (...) Empowered consumers Effective redress Fair, transparent complaints process Litigation, arbitration, mediation? Operators handle complaints in first instance Ensure remedies are enforced Trust and security Is there a regulatory gap? Promote consumer involvement and awareness Ensure accurate reliable information is available Ensure consumers have access to effective redress Enforceability of standards where necessary Global response to security concerns Thank you!
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Score: 873854.7 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/treg...SR09/doc/Session_3_Stevens.pdf
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Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has developed guidance material that will provide aerodrome operators best practices for monitoring and reporting runway surface conditions. (...) Specifically, the FAA has determined that a major reason for the occurrence of excursions is due to a lack of monitoring and reporting of runway surface conditions by aerodrome operators. Independently, States provide guidance to aerodrome operators. (...) Although useful, friction measurements alone do not provide entirely accurate runway surface conditions to pilots. Therefore, they must be combined with other information that can be gathered by airport operators and disseminated to flight crews. 2.3 The meeting suggested the development of ICAO guidance to provide States with best practices in monitoring and reporting runway surface conditions to mitigate potential runway excursions.
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Score: 871200.6 - https://www.icao.int/MID/Documents/2018/RSC6/WP19.pdf
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The Mitigation Options 4 Operational Measures More flexibility to fly optimal routes by introducing « free flight » Revolutionary ATM Concepts being developed (NextGen, SESAR) Minimize circular holdings by optimizing « arrival managers » « Green approaches » using Continuous Descent Approach Optimal « minimum time tracks » 5 Meteorological Requirements for operational mitigation measures Precise information of layers conducive to icing, contrail formation Precise forecasts of weather affecting ground operations (thunderstorms, snowfall, de-icing of runways) Increase accuracy and update rate of upper wind and temperature forecasts (optimal use of jet streams) Higher precision and reliability of significant weather (turbulence, icing, thunderstorms) to minimize deviations Accurate forecasts of wind conditions for optimal runway selection Accurate winds for optimal approaches 6 Wind Speed analysis for AIREP only cycle, no AMDAR (1999121518)) Canadian Meteorological Centre Model output without AMDAR from any airline on any scale (global, regional, local) 7 Wind speed analysis for AIREP and AMDAR cycle (1999121518) Model output with AMDAR from contributing airlines. (...) Today there are more AMDAR data globally, including from 1 Canadian air carrier primarily operating over southern Canada.Canadian Meteorological Centre 9 Data Requirements Despite advances in satellite technology, in situ data still extremely important for aeronautical meteorology! (...) Need for considerable investment in humidity sensors, generic software for downlinking from all aircraft types Only affordable source of humidity data at vertical resolution sufficient for contrail prediction 10 Global AMDAR data, 24 hrs, 11 June 08 11 The essential role of aviation in a changing climate With a strong observed and projected increase in the number of natural disasters, aviation is the only available rapid intervention mechanism for stricken communities o Tourism often main source of income for small island states o Where surface transport infrastructure is lacking, aviation key factor in sustainable development (Africa, Island states, parts of Asia, South America) o Climate adaptation will require a large degree of flexibility of economical systems, thus speed and availability of transport remaining essential 12 Role of carbon markets in ensuring fair distribution of costs and benefits of Meteorological Data Requirements This solution avoids additional burden on essential aviation services Ensures equity and fairness for participating operators Contributes to sustainable development Currently airlines contributing to global data base on a voluntary basis Equity and fairness needed where investments (sensors, software) become necessary to maintain and improve system Carbon Credits ideal “currency” to reward participating operators and aircraft
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Score: 871087 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...ments/WACM-2008/2_Fournier.pdf
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Airports  Runways not constructed and/or maintained to effectively maximize friction and drainage Regulators  Standardisation of metrics for oversight Everyone has a role to play Technology The Goal Process People  Flight operations  Upgrade of onboard equipage to match evolving technologies.  Provide training and ensure adherence of the crew with SOP.  Air Traffic Management  ATC training focused on stabilized approaches  ATM must understand the change of technology in the cockpit and its performance, as well as Airline SOP  Collaboration in using experienced pilots as guest ATC instructors  ATC familiarization with flight operations e.g. Jump seat  Strict adherence to SOP (e.g. issuance of timely and accurate weather and airport conditions, RT)  Investment in technologies e.g. SMR to improve LVOs  Improved information systems for accurate data collection and analysis Solutions and Technologies Available  Airports  involvement in the local safety team collaborative decision making  invest in technological advanced engineering materials for runway surface, arrestor bed systems e.g.
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Score: 868498 - https://www.icao.int/ESAF/Docu...ENTER%202012_10_29%20FINAL.pdf
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United Nations Peacekeeping is adapting its daily operations to include mitigation measures against the spread of the COVID-19 virus to help protect peacekeepers and local communities while maintaining operational continuity. (...) For example, our peace operation in Mali (MINUSMA) has set up water and soap stations at the entrance to mission bases. (...) Timely and accurate information sharing. All UN peacekeeping missions are focused on harnessing the appropriate local communication channels, whether radio, social media or otherwise, to reach their communities and share accurate and up-to-date information about COVID-19.
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Score: 867674.6 - https://www.un.org/africarenew...peacekeeping-responds-covid-19
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As part of our services, the entity is required to provide up to date and accurate information, which will be stored securely by the United Nations. (...) The United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (UNOCHA) Iraq requires accurate and timely information. The United Nations reserves the right to terminate any processes and not engage with the entity if inaccurate or inappropriate information is provided. Part 1 – Contact Information Name and contact details of most senior staff in Iraq Full Name: Title: Email: Phone Number(s): Work Address: Name and details of contact person in Headquarters Full Name: Title: Email: Phone Number(s): Work Address: Name and contact details of NGO Director (individual ultimately/legally accountable for organisation) Full Name: Title: Email: Phone Number(s): Work Address: NGO Website(s) if available Part 2 – Office Location(s) Address and contact details of Main Office in Iraq Address and contact details of Sub-Office(s) in Iraq Part 3 – Additional Information Sector(s) of Operation (please provide details of key areas of expertise) CCCM Education Emergency Telecommunications Food Security Health Logistics Nutrition NFIs/Shelter Protection Social Cohesion and Sustainable Livelihood WASH Geographical Area(s) of Operation (please list Governorates and Sub-districts where your NGO currently has operations) Annual Budget (minimum of last 2-3 years) 2012: 2013: 2014: Note – Questions and/or comments regarding this form and the capacity assessment process can be addressed to OCHA Humanitarian Financing Unit (HFU) at ihpf@un.org Coordination Saves Lives The mission of the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) is to mobilize and coordinate effective and principled humanitarian action in partnership with national and international actors. https://www.humanitarianresponse.info/operations/iraq United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) Coordination Saves Lives | http://www.humanitarianresponse.info/operations/iraq
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Score: 867037.2 - https://www.unocha.org/sites/u...ment%20Application%20Form.docx
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The impression created by the ICG report is thus not accurate and does not reflect the reality on the ground in Arusha. (...) The context in which the operations of the Tribunal are undertaken is not recognized in the ICG report, thus creating a skewed picture. (...) Their impact is more accurately assessed with the benefit of hindsight, further down the lane of history.
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Score: 866716.3 - https://unictr.irmct.org/en/node/1759
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