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. * Source : ASTB report 55 Titre de la présentation Service technique de l’aviation civile GRSS Montréal 24-26 may 2011 Contributing factors Flight handling (unstabilized approach,glide slope deviation, speed…) Technical failures (thrust reversers, brakes, tyres …) Timely crew decisions (no go-around, late rejected take-off …) Runway excursion Meteorological conditions Wet/contaminated runway is a predominant factor identified in studies on runway excursion Runway conditions 66 Titre de la présentation Service technique de l’aviation civile GRSS Montréal 24-26 may 2011 Information on wet/contaminated runway Main issues identified for information* on runway condition :  relevant and simple information  reliable and objective information  harmonisation  availability and timeliness of information * Information is also given via NOTAM/SNOWTAM but those issues are presently analysed within the framework of short notice information given by ATC,ATIS or future datalink systems 77 Titre de la présentation Service technique de l’aviation civile GRSS Montréal 24-26 may 2011 Relevant and simple information Meaningful data for pilots to assess landing distance accurately :  appropriate data for inflight landing distance assessment or for system being developped by the industry (computation issues for landing distance or crosswind limitation on wet/contaminated runway)  simple information being easily handled by airport operators and ATC and not overloading communications or pilots (for instance balance between datas on all contaminated parts of runway and the minmum information required for appropriate braking action) 88 Titre de la présentation Service technique de l’aviation civile GRSS Montréal 24-26 may 2011 Reliable and objective information Data resulting of measures must be reliable and accurate (like all measurement processes) :  performance criteria for the approval of friction measuring devices (accuracy, repeatability, reproductibility, stability, etc.)  measuring friction with proven methods and competent personnel Use of human perception must be controlled :  some airports test braking action with land vehicles  Pilot Reports PIREP (FAA : used only to downgrade runway condition code)  depth of contaminant : methodology and measuring devices (coin method, radar, others) 99 Titre de la présentation Service technique de l’aviation civile GRSS Montréal 24-26 may 2011 Harmonisation Various studies or benchmarking have pointed out widely varying pilot information practises. It is not possible for all airports to transmit precisely the same set of datas but pilots need a common and simple framework of data and communication in order to easily carry out their in flight landing distance assessment. 1010 Titre de la présentation Service technique de l’aviation civile GRSS Montréal 24-26 may 2011 Availability and timeliness of information Conflict between the need to refresh information especially after meteorological events (showers, rainfall, etc.) and the occupancy time of the runway :  methods for runway friction assessments according to the periodicity or triggering event  efficient measuring devices for depth of loose contaminant (coin method or rapid and accurate equipment ?)  theoretical estimation/prevision of depth based on pavement structure and meteorogical events characteristics  cartography of runway and critical areas for adapted operating of measuring devices 1111 Titre de la présentation Service technique de l’aviation civile GRSS Montréal 24-26 may 2011 Works in progress Civil aviation community is working continuously on these issues :  ICAO : FTF circular on runway surface condition assessment, measurement and reporting; amendment to SARPS and PANS  FAA : TALPA ARC (runway condition assessment table, etc.)  EASA : RuFAB and workshop in April 2010 in Paris ; ECAST Eurocontrol : EAPPRE  many studies on friction, new measurement devices, estimation of contamination 1212 Titre de la présentation Service technique de l’aviation civile GRSS Montréal 24-26 may 2011 Conclusions  Global and simple reporting format (no change when crossing borders)  Reliable process of assessment (proven procedures, competent and trained staff, calibrated equipment, controls)  Better understanding of inter action between aircraft (not only tyres) and contaminated runway (collection of data, modelisation, experiments, etc.)  Coordination between various works carried out by organisations, CAAs and industry (no duplication, cross feeding, etc.)
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Score: 834078.5 - https://www.icao.int/safety/Ru...2B-1-Jean%20Michel%20Aubas.pdf
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The following day, meteorological satellite images verified that AMD’s forecast was accurate: a devastating flood had occurred in Khost province. (...) Using this access point, AMD can now receive satellite images and products from Meteosat-8, a EUMETSAT operational geostationary satellite located over the Indian Ocean. (...) AMD can now receive satellite images and products from the EUMETSAT operational geostationary satellite. Image of Khost province during the flood event taken using the EUMETCast Severe Weather and Convection Detection product.
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Score: 834078.5 - https://public.wmo.int/en/medi...sues-first-flood-early-warning
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With this access point to the EUMETCast system, AMD can receive satellite images and products from the EUMETSAT operational geostationary satellite, Meteosat-8, which is located over the Indian Ocean at 41.5 degree East. (...) Extensive hydrometeorological and FFG operational training was provided to AMD meteorologists and hydrologists through on-the-job training at the WMO Regional Training Centre hosted by TSMS. (...) Based on WMO competency requirements, the training was aimed at developing local capacities for providing timely and accurate hydrometeorological services as well as ensuring their long-term sustainability.
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Score: 831032.8 - https://public.wmo.int/en/projects/Afghanistan-EWS
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This RFI relates ONLY to seeking information from the market for the first phase, the provision of advisory and consultancy services for assisting the UN in the definition and determination of the solution for its air operations management. Background Aviation support plays a critical role in United Nations peacekeeping operations. (...) One of the primary purposes of the new software solution is to have a single database for contract costing information, from which the operational data in terms of aircraft utilization, can accurately determine the precise invoice cost for an invoice period. (...) The new system shall be the source of record for Contracts, Operations and Invoicing Tracking thus supporting the business process end to end.
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Score: 829356.4 - https://www.un.org/Depts/ptd/s...pts.ptd/files/pdf/rfi19383.pdf
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The infographics I produce enable the country operations to make informed decisions to facilitate the provision of aid where it is needed. --Oladipo Akinpelumi, UN Volunteer GIS Officer with OCHA, Iraq Other volunteering activities Oladipo engages in include providing support on security and ensuring that the warden lists of OCHA Iraq staff are accurate and up-to-date. He also provides technical support for the coordinated assessments conducted in Iraq, such as the Rapid Needs Assessment in areas that have just opened to humanitarian access, or where there is little information available. (...) This means that Oladipo must ensure that his data is reliable, accurate and up-to-date as possible. Collecting data is not just a matter of numbers.
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Score: 829102.5 - https://www.unv.org/node/4733/pdf
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Technical Background Some available supply chain guidelines consider tracking operational performance by monitoring the number of stockouts in a given period as one of many recommended good operational practices. (...) The proposed method accurately predicts one month of stock, that of December. (...) The proposed method accurately predicts the months’ worth of stock across all months.
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Score: 825226.7 - https://www.unicef.org/supply/...ugh-prescriptive-analytics.pdf
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This means that the tangible products expected from the IP must be specified as accurately as possible at output / component level to allow for more accurate indicative cost estimates, which can then be developed into detailed activity level cost estimates at a later stage. (...) Physical contingencies are usually applied to works, goods and/or services for which reasonably accurate estimates that might be affected by inflation cannot be made. (...) For recurrent costs one could assign incremental operating as well as staffing costs. Expenditure accounts are organized into investment costs and recurrent costs. 
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Score: 824269.2 - https://www.fao.org/investment...ct-investment-plan-costing/fr/
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This means that the tangible products expected from the IP must be specified as accurately as possible at output / component level to allow for more accurate indicative cost estimates, which can then be developed into detailed activity level cost estimates at a later stage. (...) Physical contingencies are usually applied to works, goods and/or services for which reasonably accurate estimates that might be affected by inflation cannot be made. (...) For recurrent costs one could assign incremental operating as well as staffing costs. Expenditure accounts are organized into investment costs and recurrent costs. 
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Score: 824269.2 - https://www.fao.org/investment...ct-investment-plan-costing/es/
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This means that the tangible products expected from the IP must be specified as accurately as possible at output / component level to allow for more accurate indicative cost estimates, which can then be developed into detailed activity level cost estimates at a later stage. (...) Physical contingencies are usually applied to works, goods and/or services for which reasonably accurate estimates that might be affected by inflation cannot be made. (...) For recurrent costs one could assign incremental operating as well as staffing costs. Expenditure accounts are organized into investment costs and recurrent costs. 
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Score: 824269.2 - https://www.fao.org/investment...ct-investment-plan-costing/ar/
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This means that the tangible products expected from the IP must be specified as accurately as possible at output / component level to allow for more accurate indicative cost estimates, which can then be developed into detailed activity level cost estimates at a later stage. (...) Physical contingencies are usually applied to works, goods and/or services for which reasonably accurate estimates that might be affected by inflation cannot be made. (...) For recurrent costs one could assign incremental operating as well as staffing costs. Expenditure accounts are organized into investment costs and recurrent costs. 
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Score: 824269.2 - https://www.fao.org/investment...ct-investment-plan-costing/ru/
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