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Development Organization Work Design Checkpoint Design Examples from ICU and PBA Project (funded by FOCA, 2013-2016) Systematic Threat Assessment 5 Tennis ball filled with explosive material May 2013 Pakistan (Source: Internet and other non-public sources) Systematic Threat Assessment 6 Detectability in X-ray images Normal tennis ball (empty) Tennis ball filled with TATP simulant Tennis ball filled with ANFO simulant Tennis ball filled with ANFO simulant and screw nuts Systematic Threat Assessment 7 Liberator: 3D printed gun May 2013 (Source: Internet) Systematic Threat Assessment 8 Detectability in X-ray images Human: Info & Training 9 Implementation in different systems Implemented June 21, 2013 Implemented December 17, 2013 X-Ray Training eLearning Human: Info & Training 10 Detection performance can be increased if effective computer-based training is provided 2x20 min computer-based training with XRT during 9 months.
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Score: 2390627.7 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...ntations/Diana%20Hardmeier.pdf
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TABLE TENNIS BALLS TRANSPORTED AS UN 2000 / SUBMITTED BY THE DANGEROUS GOODS ADVISORY COUNCIL (DGAC)
(See 2.4.2.2.1.2). Table tennis balls are not subject to the classification test for Division 4.1 in the Manual of Tests and Criteria which states, “The tests should only be applied to granular, paste-like or powdery substances.”. (...) UN 2000 may be transported as an excepted quantity with a maximum net quantity per inner packaging of 30 grams and a maximum net quantity per outer packaging of 1 kg (1000 grams). 5. Celluloid table tennis balls are often shipped in fibreboard sleeves, plastics bags, or blister packs in quantities of three, six or twelve balls per package, they may be packed loose in a fibreboard box in a quantity of one gross (144 balls), or they may be shipped in an article, such as an air flow meter, containing a single celluloid table tennis ball. DGAC understands that in large numbers, celluloid table tennis balls may present a hazard of Division 4.1.
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Score: 2272285.7 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...ST/SG/AC.10/C.3/2014/92&Lang=E
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CLARIFICATION OF REQUIREMENTS APPLICABLE TO UN2000
DGAC has uncovered Safety Data Sheet documents related to celluloid tennis table balls. While some may think that it should be obvious that celluloid table tennis balls are not subject to the Model Regulations there appears to be a need for clarification. 2. (...) DGAC requests that the Sub-Committee clarify that celluloid tennis table balls are not subject to the Model Regulations. DGAC requests that the Sub-Committee: (a) Include a clear statement in the report of the 45th session indicating that celluloid tennis table balls are not subject to the Model Regulations; and (b) Include a new SP XXX against UN 2000 as follows: “XXX This entry does not apply to manufactured articles [such as table tennis balls*]
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Score: 2244524.8 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...ST/SG/AC.10/C.3/2014/33&Lang=E
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I recorded some timing of hitting ball and play it using the video, audio, and vibration. (...) Action Audio allowed listeners and fans to experience tennis like never before and used a series of bells and bleep noises to give those with a visual impairment an idea of where the ball is going, how close it is to being out, and I suppose if it hits the net and all of that kind of stuff. (...) But it's something that first of all, allows a blind person like Juan was saying, to know how to interact with like, you know, a tennis racket, and actually know how they need to move their hands in order to hit a ball.
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Score: 2044579 - https://www.itu.int/net4/wsis/...logies_finished_transcript.pdf
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I recorded some timing of hitting ball and play it using the video, audio, and vibration. (...) Action Audio allowed listeners and fans to experience tennis like never before and used a series of bells and bleep noises to give those with a visual impairment an idea of where the ball is going, how close it is to being out, and I suppose if it hits the net and all of that kind of stuff. (...) But it's something that first of all, allows a blind person like Juan was saying, to know how to interact with like, you know, a tennis racket, and actually know how they need to move their hands in order to hit a ball.
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Score: 2044579 - https://www.itu.int/net4/wsis/...logies_finished_transcript.pdf
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I recorded some timing of hitting ball and play it using the video, audio, and vibration. (...) Action Audio allowed listeners and fans to experience tennis like never before and used a series of bells and bleep noises to give those with a visual impairment an idea of where the ball is going, how close it is to being out, and I suppose if it hits the net and all of that kind of stuff. (...) But it's something that first of all, allows a blind person like Juan was saying, to know how to interact with like, you know, a tennis racket, and actually know how they need to move their hands in order to hit a ball.
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Score: 2044579 - https://www.itu.int/net4/wsis/...logies_finished_transcript.pdf
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Boccia translates as “ball” from Latin. It`s a special game adapted for people with motor skills disabilities. Goalball is a game played with a ball and designed for people with vision impairments. (...) There were 14 champions including twofold champions this time; one of them was 13 years old Aytac Gasimli who ranked first place in two consecutive years.   She took up table tennis with her father`s advice who used to be a professional table tennis player.
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Score: 1997691.2 - https://www.unicef.org/azerbaijan/stories/everyone-winner
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Other items included a signed football and match T-shirt from the English Chelsea Football Club, a Dubai World Cup VIP package (including tickets, travel and accommodation), a tennis ball and official programme signed by top female tennis players including the Williams sisters, Svetlana Kuznetsova, Jelena Jankovic, and a signed match T-shirt and photograph of tennis champion Roger Federer.
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Score: 1946169 - https://www.un.org/unispal/document/auto-insert-210260/
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DRAFT REPORT (45TH SESSION)
It was decided to retain the current text, unchanged. 4. Celluloid table tennis balls Document: ST/SG/AC.10/C.3/2014/33 (DGAC) 29. Several experts did not agree that table tennis balls should be exempted, as they were flammable.
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Score: 1885679 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...10/C.3/2014/CRP.1/ADD.3&Lang=E
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NANOINDUSTRIAL APPLICATIONS TODAY Military: Future Warrior: equipments, uniforms, nanomuscles; Human performance enhancement Control technologies: Surveillance nano-sensors, highly miniaturized cameras; human implanted microchips, RFID Cosmetics: sunscreens, lip sticks, hair products, anti-aging products Sporting goods: tennis balls, golf balls, tennis rackets Car industry: self cleaning windscreens and paints, rear-view mirrors Textiles: self cleaning, antibacterial, bullet proof vests Food: processing, storage, functional material Annual US Department of Defense investment in nanotechnology 2006 estimated (Source data: DoD "Defense Nanotechnology Research and Development Programs", May 8, 2006) (Nanowerk) About half of the DoD’s nanotech investment goes to DARPA (Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency), with the rest roughly evenly split between Army, Navy and Air Force.
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Score: 1808043 - https://www.who.int/ifcs/docum...s/forum6/ppt_nano_neubauer.pdf
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