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. • MID Region GRF Implementation Plan Agenda Item 4: Regional Performance Framework for Aerodrome Capacity and Efficiency • Coordination between RASG-MID and MIDANPIRG related to Airport Planning: o Follow-up on the ASPIG/1 Airport Planning Conclusions and Decisions o Review the Air Navigation (AN) Deficiencies. o ASBU Operational Threads: SURF and ACDM. o Initial list of MID Air Navigation KPIs.
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Score: 1085570.1 - https://www.icao.int/MID/Docum...sed%20Provisional%20Agenda.pdf
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MET/SG/12 – APPENDICE 6E APPENDICE 6E: LIENS ENTRE ASBU B0-AMET ET LES OBJECTIFS DE PERFORMANCE REGIONALE AFI CONCERNANT LA METEOROLOGIE AERONAUTIQUE PIA1 PIA 2 PIA3 PIA4 B0-15 RSEQ B0-65 APTA B0-70 WAK E B0-75 SURF B0-80 ACDM B0-25 FICE B0-30 DATM B0-105 AMET B0-10 FRTO B0-35 NOPS B0-84 ASUR B0-86 OPFL B0- 101 ACAS B0-102 SNET B0-05 CDO B0-20 CCO B0-40 TBO PFF AFI ATM/01 X X PFFAFI ATM/02 X X PFFAFI ATM/03 X X X X X PFF AFI ATM/04 X X X X PFF AFI CNS/01 X X X X PFFAFI MET/01 X X X X X X PFF AFI MET/02 X X X X X X PFFAFI SAR/01 PFF AFI AIM/01 X PFF AFI AIM/02 X X PFF AFI AGA/01 X X MET/SG/12 – APPENDICE 6E
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Score: 1080133.1 - https://www.icao.int/WACAF/Doc...MET-AND-OTHER-ASBU-MODULES.pdf
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EVALUATION : [UNDP] : REPORT OF THE ADMINISTRATOR
Review of the subregional resource facilities (SURFs) 36. The Evaluation Office carried out an assessment of the SURF system, the key UNDP knowledge management initiative, which began full operations in 1999 as part of the 2001 change process. The review indicates that the SURFs currently provide a mix of technical services and knowledge referral services and that they have been more successful in delivering technical services to country offices. It recommended that the SURFs specialize in this aspect. The review, however, underlined that UNDP has not yet developed a coherent vision for knowledge management and examined way in which the SURF system could contribute to a strengthened knowledge management process. 37.
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DRAFT REGIONAL PROGRAMME DOCUMENT FOR THE ARAB STATES (2006-2009)
., ESCWA, UNAIDS, OHCHR, GEF) and the country office/Subregional Resource Facility for Arab States (SURF-AS) networks with the associated counterparts in the thematic areas concerned. 11. (...) Country office involvement in the original design of the programme was not strong and explains some weak linkages between the regional and country programmes that have resulted in lost opportunities, e.g., in the area of governance where UNDP has extensive programme activities at the country level. The SURF –AS was nascent in the first years of the RCF and the Programme could not therefore benefit sufficiently from its policy advisory expertise; as the SURF has reached its full complement of staff, such synergy will be targeted in the next cycle. (...) In line with UNDP emphasis on regionalization and knowledge management, regional programming will continue to be managed by the Regional Programme Division with enhanced linkages to the SURF and national experts via country office project networks.
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Score: 1078172.8 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...et?open&DS=DP/RPD/RAS/1&Lang=E
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ITU Normal.dot CONTENTS    1       Introduction   2       Scope   3       References         3.1       Related ITU-R Recommendations and Reports         3.2       IETF   4       Definition   5       Abbreviations   6       Basic capabilities         6.1       Key characteristics                   6.1.1       Technical characteristics                   6.1.2       Operational characteristics         6.2       Encapsulation         6.3       Address management         6.4       Maximum transmission units (MTUs) and IP fragmentation         6.5       Multicasting/Broadcasting         6.6       Bandwidth on demand (BoD) subnets         6.7       Bandwidth asymmetries   7       QoS considerations   8       End to end requirements for AIPN with access system         8.1       Introduction         8.2       Delay characteristics         8.3       Round-trip delay requirement         8.4       Packet loss requirement         8.5       Delay jitter requirement   9       Supporting mobility         9.1       Introduction         9.2       Mobile IP         9.3       Mobility and handover 10       Security requirements        10.1       Introduction       10.2       Authentication        10.3       Privacy        10.4       Technical aspects concerning security                   10.4.1       Tunnelling mechanism                   10.4.2       Employing IPSec                   10.4.3       Configuration of firewalls                   10.4.4       Balance between security and complexity 11       Service architecture 12       Interoperability and interworking        12.1       Introduction        12.2       Legacy systems 13       Transmission efficiency 14       Example of multi-media applications        14.1       Voice-over-IP (VoIP) over mobile systems        14.2       Web surfing        14.3       Streaming audio and video        14.4       Digital video telephony 15       Summary 16       Appendices Appendix 1  Description of some specific IP applications over mobile systems   1       Introduction   2       Features currently available         2.1       IP multimedia subsystem (IMS)         2.2       End to end QoS procedures and service based local policy control         2.3       Supporting mobility         2.4       Support for IPv6         2.5       IP Transport in UTRAN         2.6       RObust Header Compression functionality (ROHC)         2.7       IMS signalling flag         2.8       High speed downlink packet access (HSDPA) and enhanced uplink         2.9       Multimedia broadcast and multicast services (MBMS)        2.10       Flow based charging        2.11       WLAN-UMTS interworking       2.12       Voice call continuity (VCC)   3       Release 7 (current) developments   4       Future developments Appendix 2  Location based information services for mobile Internet systems   1       Introduction   2       The location based information service technology for mobile Internet system         2.1       Triggering location based information service         2.2       The repetitive information service and data filtering         2.3       Data indexing   3       Examples of applications Appendix 3  A protocol for improving UDP performance over wireless networks  and its application to mobile robot control   1       Abstract   2       A control protocol for the mobile robot over wireless Internet   3       Simulation method   4       Simulation results and analysis   5       Technical and operational requirements for the Internet robot control service protocol         5.1       Technical requirements for real-time robot control Internet services in mobile systems                   5.1.1       Mapping                   5.1.2       Real-time mobile system control channel assignment                   5.1.3       Robot control protocol procedure                   5.1.4       QoS                   5.1.5       Mobility management         5.2       Operational requirements for real-time robot control Internet services in mobile systems                   5.2.1       Functions of network nodes in mobile system                   5.2.2       Applications Appendix 4  IP application support in IMT-2000 CDMA multi-carrier  1     Introduction   2       Basic capabilities         2.1       Introduction         2.2       Encapsulation         2.3       Address management   3       QoS considerations         3.1       Introduction         3.2       The IMT-2000 CDMA multi-carrier E2E QoS bearer services   4       Supporting mobility   5       Security considerations         5.1       Introduction         5.2       3GPP2 security features   6       Service architecture         6.1       Introduction         6.2       MMD overview and references         6.3       MMD and regulatory features   7       Inter-working         7.1       Introduction         7.2       Wireless local area networks         7.3       GPRS   8       Spectral efficiency   9       Example multi-media applications         9.1       Web-surfing         9.2       Voice-over-IP         9.3       Streaming audio and video         9.4       Digital video telephony 10       Conclusion 11       References        11.1       IETF        11.2       3GPP2 Appendix 5  The path of IP applications over mobile systems Appendix 6  Support of IP protocol with DECT   1       Introduction   2       DECT access to IP based networks         2.1       Reference configuration         2.2       IP-Roaming         2.3       SIP Interworking   3       DECT packet radio service (DPRS)         3.1       Reference configuration (transparent IP transport)         3.2       Application specific access profiles                   3.2.1       Ethernet interworking                   3.2.2       V.24 Interworking   4       Summary Appendix 7  General considerations for mobile system configuration  to support IP applications   1       IP architecture requirements for mobile system   2       The architecture of mobile wireless system   3       Conclusion Appendix 8  Use of IEEE 802.16 access networks to support  IP applications over mobile systems   1       Introduction   2       Scope and structure of IEEE 802.16 standard   3       Convergence sublayers   5       MAC common part sublayer and support for IP   6       Addressing and connections in point-to-multipoint mode in the Data/Control plane   7       IP Header compression   8       Security sublayer   9       Handover support Appendix 9  WiMax Forum Mobility Profiles for support of IP  applications over mobile systems   1       Introduction   2       MAC and PHY functional requirements         2.1       Service class and applications support         2.2     Multicast and broadcast services support         2.3       QoS control   3       Power saving, idle mode, and paging requirements   4       Security requirements         4.1       Threat classes         4.2       Device authorization         4.3       WiMAX Forum mobility profiles         4.4       Network entry of a provisioned MS         4.5       Encryption of the air link bearer traffic and messages   5       Requirement for MAC convergence sublayer   6       Air interface functional requirement for L2 handover  7     Diversity and multiple antenna support      
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Score: 1071255.5 - https://www.itu.int/dms_pub/it...-REP-M.2114-2007-TOC-HTM-E.htm
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The two (2) Modules are SURF and RSEQ. 2.2 The modules were then allocated priority for implementation within the AFI Region as follows: Priority Modules Priority 1: Immediate implementation, covers most of the AFI States B0-65 APTA, B0-80 ACDM, B0-25 FICE, B0-30 DATM, B0-105 AMET, B0-10 FRTO, B0-101 ACAS, B0-05 CDO, B0-20 CCO Priority 2: Recommended implementation, applies to only specific States of AFI region B0-15 RSEQ, B0-70 WAKE, B0-75 SURF, B0-35 NOPS, B0-84 ASUR, B0-85 ASEP, B0-86 OPFL, B0-102 SNET, B0-40 TBO iimsg5 WP3.1A1 3 2.3 The ASBU framework has been updated in the 6th edition of the GANP with better clarification of its concepts.
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Score: 1071255.5 - https://www.icao.int/WACAF/Doc...20applicable%20to%20AFI-EN.pdf
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#EarlyWarningEarlyAction pic.twitter.com/2Q3gUHKCDU World Meteorological Organization WMO ‘Surf and rip’ “Life-threatening surf and rip” currents in the next few days are also expected along much of the east coast of the United States, the Bahamas, Bermuda and Canada’s east coast, the UN agency noted.
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Score: 1071255.5 - https://news.un.org/story/2022/09/1127681
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The two (2) Modules are SURF and RSEQ. 2.2 The modules were then allocated priority for implementation within the AFI Region as follows: Priority Modules Priority 1: Immediate implementation, covers most of the AFI States B0-65 APTA, B0-80 ACDM, B0-25 FICE, B0-30 DATM, B0-105 AMET, B0-10 FRTO, B0-101 ACAS, B0-05 CDO, B0-20 CCO Priority 2: Recommended implementation, applies to only specific States of AFI region B0-15 RSEQ, B0-70 WAKE, B0-75 SURF, B0-35 NOPS, B0-84 ASUR, B0-85 ASEP, B0-86 OPFL, B0-102 SNET, B0-40 TBO 3 aaosg5 WP3.1A1 2.3 The ASBU framework has been updated in the 6th edition of the GANP with better clarification of its concepts.
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Score: 1071255.5 - https://www.icao.int/ESAF/Docu...20applicable%20to%20AFI-EN.pdf
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UNICEF Montenegro / Duško Miljanić / 2021 Thirteen-year-old Marija explaining that she also uses the new tablet computer to communicate with friends from school, and it helps her to spend quality free time surfing the internet, in Podgorica,in February 2021. (...) In addition to teaching, Marija also uses the tablet computer to communicate with friends from school, and it helps her to spend quality free time surfing the internet. UNICEF Montenegro / Duško Miljanić / 2021 Marija and her mother Ljubinka Potpara are exploring options on the tablet that will make it easier for Marija to learn, in Podgorica, in February 2021.
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Score: 1071255.5 - https://www.unicef.org/montene...asily-donation-tablet-computer
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#EarlyWarningEarlyAction pic.twitter.com/2Q3gUHKCDU World Meteorological Organization WMO ‘Surf and rip’ “Life-threatening surf and rip” currents in the next few days are also expected along much of the east coast of the United States, the Bahamas, Bermuda and Canada’s east coast, the UN agency noted.
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Score: 1071255.5 - https://news.un.org/en/story/2022/09/1127681
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