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SUMMARY This paper deals with some of the causes of the unavailability of optimum flight levels for many long haul traffic crossing Dakar Oceanic FIR / UIR and suggests a mitigation action. (...) An efficient accompaniment of this growth constitutes a key element to meet the demand of optimum flight levels, for long-haul flights in the EUR/SAM Corridor. (...) They are vertically stacked in flight levels; so they cannot always have their optimum requested flight level due to lack of minimum longitudinal separation.
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Score: 1378297.9 - https://www.icao.int/WACAF/Doc...0Optimum%20flight%20levels.pdf
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Cases | SFM Toolbox | Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations FAO.org english français Español Sustainable Forest Management (SFM) Toolbox Background Modules Tools Cases News E-learning Gateway Register Management of Planted Forests The Management of Planted Forests Module provides information on good practices for the establishment and management of planted forests. It can be seen as dealing principally with the silviculture of planted forests beginning where the module on Forest Reproductive Material stops. (...) Resources needed for optimum tree growth with a focus on the root system 15 May 2020 An overview of soil conditions needed for optimum tree root growth.
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Score: 1173123.9 - https://www.fao.org/sustainabl...t-of-planted-forests/cases/en/
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Read more » Browse country data  » E-Government Survey in Media Current Articles | Archives | Search 13 Bahrain eGA Seals Korea Trade Deal posted on May 13, 2013 10:17 The Bahrain eGovernment Authority (eGA) has signed a MoU with Korea Trade Investment Promotion Agency (Kotra) to develop co-operation in the fields of IT, capacity building and investment .   The MoU was signed by eGA strategy business process re-engineering & enterprise partnership director Nezar Maroof on behalf of eGA CEO Mohammed Ali AlQaed and Kotra’s VP Jong Kyung Kim.     Under this deal, eGA will stay in correspondence with Kotra to exchange expertise and visits as well as keep abreast with the latest trends of ICT and eGovernment services, especially that Korea is a world leader in eGovernment readiness - according to the United Nations eGovernment Survey.    The Korean agency will also co-ordinate with eGA to devise the optimum IT solutions offered by leading Korean companies by means of arranging business trips.   
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Score: 1157724.5 - https://publicadministration.u...ain-eGA-Seals-Korea-Trade-Deal
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NEAFC is a regional fisheries management organisation dealing with fisheries for stocks that occur in the high seas of the North East Atlantic. Its objective is to ensure the long-term conservation and optimum utilisation of the fishery resources in the Convention Area, providing sustainable economic, environmental and social benefits.
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Score: 1147038.6 - https://www.un.org/depts/los/g...y/contributions_2014/NEAFC.pdf
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Thus, one of forward, backward, and bi-directional modes is expected to be selected as the optimum mode for target macroblock. At this point, recall that we assumed the optimum mode of target macroblock was direct. (...) We can expect that backward mode is selected as the optimum mode for target macroblock since target macroblock and P2 have the same features. (...) Similarly, from Figure 3 (c), we estimate that the prediction from direct mode is much closer to original target macroblock than that from forward mode which is expected to be selected as the optimum mode since P1 and target macroblock have the same features.
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Score: 1135891.6 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...deo-site/0104_Aus/VCEG-M39.doc
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.) • 1 radio, 1 transponder and 1 landline not sufficient anymore • Risk to see cooperation decrease  ↓ Air Nav System Performance • Military are willing/interested to work together Challenges • New Mil Aircraft and Technology – Increasing Airspace needs • Military aircraft world fleet growing +/- 1.5 %/Yr • Interoperability Civil-military cooperation enablers • Collaboration • Interoperability • SWIM & Cyber • 4D Trajectory Collaboration • At all levels – ICAO to deal with global level • Military voicing their needs • Systemic considerations – Long term, from the outset, at conceptual level Interoperability • Goes beyond ATM • CNS • Operational/Technical/Conceptual (SWIM…) Interoperability • Performance Equivalence • Dual use of CNS • GND-GND & AIR GND • Conceptual interoperability from the outset Performance Equivalence • State prerogative to certify own State aircraft • Process for Mil to meet Civil requirements with own capabilities • Supported by performance-based standards SWIM & Cyber • The future ATM is based on information • Exchange between Civ & Mil will increase (a lot) • System must be cyber resilient • Threats to cooperation if Mil are not part of it • Military : not only users, but partners • Single SWIM governance including the Military dimension • Critical for future system performance SWIM & Cyber 4D Mission Trajectory • Mission effectiveness – Better accommodation of Mil flights – Flexible, Reactive, special procedure, Confidentiality • Safety – Deconfliction in planning, quality information • Capacity – Predictability  better planning for Civ Route network Military Airspace Users’ integration in the overall ATM Network Conclusions • Collaboration in addition to Cooperation and Coordination – From the outset (R&D, Concepts, GANP, synchronization at global level) • Interoperability – Key enabler • Military dimension – Acknowledgement • Crucial & important topic – Cannot work in isolation  Airspace is a single continuum • Win-win – Mil usage of Civ route network/less segregation: optimum for all • In the respect of both requirements  Balance – Protect their national security and defence capabilities – enable Civil aviation cost efficient operations THANK YOU!
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Score: 1116283.5 - https://www.icao.int/MID/Docum...20WS/15-%20Session%202.3-2.pdf
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March 2010 Basic Performance of Flight Crew Lufthansa Flight Safety Project (’97-’99) Results: The social or interpersonal factor  is usually not endangering the crew performance during normal operations  can have significant negative effects when crews have to deal with operational or technical problems  can hinder crews in resolving human errors Needs to be addressed in training! (...) March 2010 Basic Performance of Flight Crew Manual Airplane Control  …  Knowledge of Systems  … Use of Automation  Be able to manage all modes of automation  Use optimum mode of automation  Use automation to reduce workload  Be aware of active mode of automation  Be aware of mode changes  Be flexible in changing level of automation Cpt Thorsten Brandt Training Standards Cockpit Seite 9 NGAP, ICAO Montreal01. (...) March 2010 OM-A  To assure a safe and efficient operation, each flight crew member must be proficient in three areas of competence: technical, procedural and interpersonal.  Each area consists of vital elements. Optimum overall performance is achieved by integrated application of these elements Basic Performance of Flight Crew Cpt Thorsten Brandt Training Standards Cockpit Seite 13 NGAP, ICAO Montreal01.
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Score: 1095951.7 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...ntation/Basic%20Competence.pdf
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NEAFC is a regional fisheries management organisation dealing with fisheries for fish stocks that occur in the high seas of the North East Atlantic. Its objective is to ensure the long-term conservation and optimum utilisation of the fishery resources in the Convention Area, providing sustainable economic, environmental and social benefits.
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Score: 1068533.2 - https://www.un.org/Depts/los/g...y/contributions_2017/NEAFC.pdf
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Undoubtedly, the deliberations of this forum will be steered effectively and will achieve optimum results thanks to your wisdom and competence. (...) President, Since the foundation of the United Nations, our countries have convened here, at this forum, regularly in order to realize the objectives embodied in the Charter and achieve the aspirations of our peoples in reaching peace, security, progress and prosperity, through joint efforts. A great deal has been achieved in some areas, but many challenges remain. (...) These challenges include the elimination of weapons of mass destruction, the fight against terrorism and the transnational organized crime, as well as reaping maximum benefits from the information revolution and making the optimum use of biotechnology, taking into account the ethical norms and considerations.
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Score: 1050123.8 - https://www.un.org/webcast/sum...tatements16/libya050916eng.pdf
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The crippling costs of jet fuel, the unavailability of environmentally efficient aircraft and engines, the unavailability of cost effective and sustainable bio fuels as well as national and regional environment schemes dealing with the international air transport are serious impediments. (...) ICAO must diligently agree on a global basket of measures to deal with the impact of air transport on climate change. (...) ICAO must indeed develop the smart, efficient, effective and harmonized global framework and value-added ground rules to ensure that all the stakeholders of air transport enjoy optimum benefits. Effectiveness could require ICAO and the 6th ICAO Worldwide Air Transport Conference to work towards developing an annex to the Chicago Convention on the sustainability of air transport.
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Score: 1030470.7 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...onoosamy-Last-Word-Summary.pdf
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