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Striving for 50/50 gender balance participation at the Virtual WSIS Forum 2021, this track will comprise of interactive sessions such as various workshops and interviews on the subject of ICTs and gender. (...) Learn more » Cybersecurity This new track will comprise sessions that align with the WSIS Action Line C5: Building Confidence and Security in the Use of ICTs. (...) Join us in our special track to explore how frontier technological solutions will address sustainable development challenges and help facilitate innovation in a rapidly changing world.
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Score: 1040465.2 - https://www.itu.int/net4/wsis/forum/2021/
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Striving for 50/50 gender balance participation at the Virtual WSIS Forum 2021, this track will comprise of interactive sessions such as various workshops and interviews on the subject of ICTs and gender. (...) Learn more » Cybersecurity This new track will comprise sessions that align with the WSIS Action Line C5: Building Confidence and Security in the Use of ICTs. (...) Join us in our special track to explore how frontier technological solutions will address sustainable development challenges and help facilitate innovation in a rapidly changing world.
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Score: 1040465.2 - https://www.itu.int/net4/wsis/forum/2021
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Striving for 50/50 gender balance participation at the Virtual WSIS Forum 2021, this track will comprise of interactive sessions such as various workshops and interviews on the subject of ICTs and gender. (...) Learn more » Cybersecurity This new track will comprise sessions that align with the WSIS Action Line C5: Building Confidence and Security in the Use of ICTs. (...) Join us in our special track to explore how frontier technological solutions will address sustainable development challenges and help facilitate innovation in a rapidly changing world.
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Score: 1040465.2 - https://www.itu.int/net4/wsis/forum/2021/en
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Overview of WRC Requirement 29/05/201 4 Iridium Proprietary and Confidential1 Iridium Tracking Alvin Chew - Director, Asia Expert Dialogue on Real-time Monitoring of Flight Data 26-27 May 2014, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 2 Introduction • Iridium: space-based Personal Communication Services (SPCS) system of 66 satellites • Since 1999, the only communications network to cover 100% of the earth – including the poles • Markets include maritime, aviation, emergency services, oil and gas exploration, forestry, mining, journalism ... • Investing over $3bn in NEXT (network upgrade) program • Iridium to begin launching Iridium NEXT satellites in 2015 • NEXT will expand, enhance Iridium's unique capabilities: more power, higher data speeds, IP technology, full backward compatibility 3 Inter-satellite Crosslink Summary of Today’s Network Satellites Iridium Gateway Subscriber (Service) Links Feeder Links Aircraft users Handheld users Terrestrial Phone & Data Network Maritime users http://www.crystal-tours.com/shoreexcursions/Shore Excursion Images/Ship_Cartoon.gif http://www.crystal-tours.com/shoreexcursions/Shore Excursion Images/Ship_Cartoon.gif http://gorillaarcade.com/4x/icons/aeroplane.gif http://gorillaarcade.com/4x/icons/aeroplane.gif Iridium Aviation Users 4 • Iridium-based communication solutions are widely adopted by nearly all segments of the aviation industry • Iridium currently has more than 40,000 aviation subscribers • The Iridium network supports a broad array of applications including: • ACARS messaging • FANS 1/A communications • Flight following/tracking • Streaming flight data recorder (FDR) information • Iridium-based solutions have been adopted by nearly all aircraft manufacturers for line-fit installations © 2013 Iridium Satellite LLC http://www.kcac.com/inventory/piper/Meridian/Piper_Meridian_13.jpg http://www.kcac.com/inventory/piper/Meridian/Piper_Meridian_13.jpg Service You Can Count On The Iridium network is one of the most robust communications networks in the world • Consistently performs at 99.9%+ availability • Redundant network and satellite architecture • Only commercial satellite network with fully functional in-orbit spares • Network performance demonstrated to be compliant with GOLD RCP240 specifications for FANS and ADS-C © 2013 Iridium Satellite LLC5 ADS-B Today • Air-to-air and air-to-ground operation at 1090 MHz • ADS-B data available to air traffic control (ATC) where terrestrial infrastructure exists • Coverage is limited when ground stations are not widely installed • ADS-B data not available in oceanic, polar, remote areas, but… • …a proven airborne surveillance technology and the future standard for ATC surveillance 6 ADS-B Via Satellite 29/05/201 4 Iridium Proprietary and Confidential7 • Space-based ADS-B can fill surveillance GAPS • ADS-B signals from aircraft available for reception by satellites • Space-borne ADS-B receivers onboard a global satellite constellation would greatly expand coverage • ADS-B coverage over Oceanic, Polar and remote areas • ADS-B data available to Air Traffic Management • Airlines in most cases are already or being equipped with ADS-B transponders due to regional mandates Architecture Concept 29/05/201 4 Iridium Proprietary and Confidential8 Expanded ADS-B Coverage / Data Availability 29/05/201 4 Iridium Proprietary and Confidential9 Would… • Expands surveillance beyond the reach of ground based systems to cover the entire globe without additional aircraft equipage. • Enhances safety through near real-time surveillance • Enables more efficient aircraft routing in oceanic and remote airspace it can significantly reducing flight times, fuel burn and greenhouse gas emissions. • Provides near real-time, pole-to-pole, global tracking of aircraft for safety. (...) 29/05/201 4 Iridium Proprietary and Confidential11 • Aviation community should take advantage of existing innovations technologies able to extend the reach of flight tracking and monitoring capabilities. • Communiqué should endorse urgent actions to enable reasonable solutions. • ITU and ICAO should identify actions that can make a real difference in flight safety without delay.
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Score: 1039868.9 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/W...pdial/Documents/34-Iridium.pdf
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SNMC/23-WP/17 INTERNATIONAL CIVIL AVIATION ORGANISATION WESTERN AND CENTRAL AFRICAN OFFICE ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- AFI SATELLITE NETWORK MANAGEMENT COMMITEE MEETING (23RD MEETING) Accra, Ghana 15 to 19 February 2016 Agenda Item 10: Any other business Spectrum allocations for emerging aviation needs for safety of life aviation services (Presented by Ghana Civil Aviation Authority) 1.0 Introduction 1.1 Following the tragic event of the Malaysian Airlines Flight 370, there was a special ICAO meeting on global airline flight tracking May 12-13, 2014 in Montreal, Canada which urged “States and International Telecommunication Union (ITU) to take action, at the earliest opportunity, to provide the necessary spectrum allocations as emerging aviation needs are identified” and encouraged ITU to place on the agenda for the upcoming ITU World Radio communication Conference 2015 spectrum for satellite and radio services used for safety of life aviation services. 1.2 Additionally, an Expert Dialogue on Real-time Monitoring of Flight Data facilitated by the International Telecommunication Union (ITU), 26-27 May 2014 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia called upon ITU to take action, at the earliest opportunity, to provide the necessary SUMMARY This paper presents on the WRC 15 allocation of 4MHz bandwidth for safety of life application Satellite base ADS-B. Reference : Conclusions and recommendations of the ICAO special meeting on global airline flight tracking held in May 2014 in Montréal Canada. WRC 15 GFT spectrum allocations as emerging aviation needs are identified and encouraged ITU to make appropriate allocations at upcoming World Radio communication Conferences, including the conference in 2015. 1.3 As a result, Africa proposed a new resolution requesting the World Radio communication Conference (WRC) 2015, in accordance with CV119, to consider primary allocations to the aeronautical mobile satellite (route) service to enable the reception-only of automatic dependent surveillance-broadcast (ADS-B) signals via satellite and thus expand the operational benefits of the existing terrestrial use of ADS-B to oceanic and remote areas without ground infrastructure. 2.0 Background 2.1 ADS-B is a proven and standardized technology, supporting both ground-based and airborne aircraft surveillance applications. (...) Currently a very high percentage of the Earth’s surface is not covered by radar, including in Africa. 2.2 Extending ADS-B benefits to allow for worldwide coverage would require including uplinks from aircraft to satellites, which ICAO has determined would require a frequency allocation to the Aeronautical Mobile Satellite (R) Service (AMS(R)S) in the band already allocated to AM(R)S for terrestrial ADS-B. 2.3 Such allocation will facilitate access to this existing terrestrial technology to areas where ground infrastructure is limited, such as in Africa, thus helping to provide non- discriminatory access to a modern technology and meet specific aviation technology requirements in some developing and developed countries. 2.4 Considering that the issue of the allocation of spectrum for the reception-only of ADS-B signals via satellite was granted by the WRC 15 under the agenda item Global Flight Tracking (GFT) with full support of the conference and that 4 MHz bandwidth has been allocated within the 1090 MHz band.
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Score: 1039868.9 - https://www.icao.int/WACAF/Doc...llite%20based%20ADS-B-GCAA.pdf
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As stakeholder buy-in and consultation is key to wide acceptance of the work of the Panel, the Panel will conduct inclusive and regular consultations with Member States and other interested and relevant stakeholders.4 The panel will also conduct regular briefings with the General Assembly. 4 This could include, among others, the IACG-SIDS, the International Monetary Fund, Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development, Regional development banks, World Bank Group, Commonwealth Secretariat, Regional SIDS organizations 5 4.0 SKILLS AND COMPETENCIES OF PANEL MEMBERS Required Qualifications, Skills and Expertise • An advanced degree in the field of economics or econometrics, economic vulnerability, economic research and analysis, economic policy formulation, application of economic principles, international development or similar field related to the economic aspects of vulnerability OR in the field of environment and natural resources management, geography, planning, natural sciences, engineering, environmental/natural resources economic, or areas relevant to work on environment, climate change and disaster risk reduction issues OR in social sciences, sociology, demography, population, statistics, economics, public policy, other relevant social science or field related to social vulnerability OR in public sector management, public administration and or public sector finance • Extensive relevant experience (minimum of 12 years) including as a practitioner at a senior level in the specific area of expertise OR be considered an eminent person or pioneer in a particular area of study within academia, or private sector • A proven track record as an expert at a senior level in the economic and/or social and/or environmental aspects of vulnerability, risk, or resilience building within the public, private or civil society sectors and with knowledge and broad understanding of the complex and interrelated aspects of other vulnerabilities OR senior official in public administration and/or public or private finance and extensive public financial management experience at senior or managerial level. • Demonstrated experience at a senior or managerial level in the design and/or implementation of polices in relevant domains with a track record of innovative thinking and driving policy initiatives to achieve development results. • Strong qualitative and quantitative skills, with demonstrated experience in the measurement of vulnerability in any of its dimensions (economic, social, environmental) and/or resilience and with a solid grasp of the strengths and weaknesses of vulnerability indicators Desirable Skills and Expertise (not required) • Prior work experience and proven results in a developing country in more than one region would be an asset • Demonstrated ability to effectively interact and communicate with diverse stakeholders, including community groups, government officials, regional, intergovernmental organisations, international financial institutions, multi-lateral development banks and the multi-lateral donor community. 6 • Knowledge of the challenges faced by developing countries from different regions of the world and at different levels of economic and social development, with particular regard to economic related aspects of vulnerability such as, inter alia; export dependence, economic diversification, debt vulnerability, strategic import dependence, isolation etc. • Knowledge of the international financial architecture and the access challenges of developing countries, and in particular, SIDS would be an asset • Ability to translate analytical work into policy advice and operational, actionable, recommendations and to work effectively across sectors. • A track record of innovative thinking and driving policy initiatives to achieve development results. • Strong analytical and integrative skills to tackle multidisciplinary issues and a proven ability to effectively lead programs with a strategic vision and strong operational focus. • Good partnership experience, including involving multiple stakeholders – both public and private, internal and external – in building collaborative alliances for results. • Ability to lead corporate level dialogue on a broad range of issues related to vulnerability, risk and resilience. • Prior experience in the development and/or use of indices would be an asset. 5.0 SUBMISSION OF CANDIDATES FOR CONSIDERATION Interested Member States may submit through the respective Chairs of Regional Groups, names of potential candidates for consideration, along with a concise and detailed curriculum vitae, demonstrating their track record, and expertise as relevant to the work of the panel.
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Score: 1037749.2 - https://www.un.org/pga/76/wp-c...-of-Reference-MVI-for-SIDS.pdf
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This role will be broadly responsible for holding steering committee meetings, setting milestones, assigning responsibilities, and working with stakeholders to keep the program on track via effective reporting. The Data Operations lead  will also focus on improving UNICC’s Data Management and its deployment of analytics processes, as well as the quality of insights. (...) The incumbent will perform the following duties: Set up a new governance for the different steps in DataOps, mandate full automation, and integrate more closely with the business through translators Upskill the existing data teams to enable automation processes Build the required tools to support operations and boost performance Communicate to all concerned parties milestones, status updates, as well as any existing or potential customer escalation issues Prepare, maintain and submit clear and concise activity and management reports Drive end results of the project as a representative of the business Lead regular steering committee meetings to maintain a regular exchange of communication within the team Foster collaboration among data scientists, engineers, and technologists so that every team is working in sync to use data more appropriately and in less time Research and implement appropriate ML algorithms and tools Own Data Service’s goals leveraging expertise to inspire a sense of shared purpose within the project team Manage project scope by assessing requirements changes, determining and conveying impact on budget, time and risk Manage client expectations, anticipates operational and tactical risks and tracks them; clarify, identify, and track requirements and issues, remove barriers, resolve minor project issues and escalate to immediate manager where required Stay abreast of current industry trends and new technology through professional associations, trade journals, networking, and associated training and seminars Provide other ad hoc support either within your team or in other teams as required – this includes the participation in special projects or support to service delivery for short period of time on a part-time or full time basis upon request from the senior management Recruitment Profile Experience and Skills required: Essential: Minimum of seven years of progressive work experience in Data Programs, including five years in data management, product / platforms development and information technology systems and tools Proven experience in managing multiple groups of both technical and business resources and projects and programs, including large sealed distributed data projects Experience in creating substantial stakeholder value in Data Analytics and Data Sciences field. Building partnerships and strategic platforms or services within private, education & not-for-profit sectors Proven experience in on-premises and Azure Data & Analytics stacks and services Proven experience in Data analysis and modelling in high demanding performance environment Leading experience with large scaled distributed data projects Experience with enterprise data management technologies, including database platforms, ETL tools, and SQL. 
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Score: 1037426.8 - https://www.unicc.org/working-with-icc/data-operations-lead/
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These two themes reflect the twin track approach to food and nutrition security. The Updated Comprehensive Framework for Action (August 2011), has as its first track the building of longer-term livelihood and food production resilience by eliminating the root causes of hunger, poverty and malnutrition, and the second track is to respond to the immediate needs of the most vulnerable people. Social protection policies and programmes have a role to play in both tracks; and both tracks are clearly needed if hunger is to be reduced and food and nutrition security protected and promoted. (...) Integrated national systems and programmes have proven to be powerful in their impact on household food and nutrition insecurity and providing pathways to graduation for some categories of households.
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Score: 1035341.8 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...ion_and_Nutrition_for_ICN2.pdf
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Case studies – The case of harmonisation in EU (RECS) – The case of the certificates market in the US What information is provided through certificates • paper form • electronic form 6 Tracking the Life cyclus of certificates Certification” of the Plant Measuring of produced Electricity Issuing of Certificates Transfer of Certificates Redemption of Certificates Life cycle of a Green Certificates 7 Central registration of certificates Price Waterhouse Coopers, 1999 Example: How to issue Issuing certificates 8 Balance for an account owner CONTENT 1. (...) • Green Certificates help to remove the requirement that supply & demand of RE occur at same time • Green Certificates can prove compliance with public support schemes Constraints of Green Certificate Systems • Risk of double counting must be avoided • Reliable tracking system of the whole life cycles of the certificates is a "must " • Legal framework has to be stable ( obligations, penalties ) • No harmonized market, very scattered systems • market based prices 11 Conclusions • Green Certificates provide information • Green Certificate systems can be used with many different RE policies • Green Certificates offer flexibility and transparency for the market • Green Certificate systems have been proven to be robust and fraud-resistant CONTENT 1. (...) – State registration currently so a generator can be in several tracking systems and issue REC in each tracking system • Link with the emission certificate market?
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Score: 1034480.9 - https://www.un.org/esa/sustdev/csd/csd15/lc/reep_emgc.pdf
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Recovering learning: Are children and youth on track in skills development?  features analyses on skills development in early childhood, and among children of primary school age and youth. (...) “Investment in cost-effective, proven solutions to fast-track learning and skills development for today’s generation and future generations is urgently needed to address this crisis.” (...) In at least 1 in 3 low-income countries with available data, more than 85 percent of young people are off-track in the secondary-level, digital, and job-specific skills attainment, the report notes. 
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Score: 1034322.3 - https://www.unicef.org/turkiye...ded-employment-new-report-says
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