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REVISION OF RESOLUTION NO. 31: STANDARDS FOR THE APPROVAL OF SIMULATORS
Visual inspection of the operator station and functionality check. (...) Item Quality level of technical requirement Test procedure Vessel handling simulator Radar simulator By positioning another own craft in the vicinity it may be tested whether this functionality is also available for other craft in the visualization system. It can be observed whether also navigational lights and day signs move according to the motion of the lifting wheelhouse of the second own craft in the visualization system. 35 Ropes The visualization system shall display the dynamics of both the craft and the rope (e.g. slack, elasticity, weight and breaking and connections to the bollard points). (...) It shows a good view of the navigational area under all circumstances. The visual model has to be checked by visual inspection. x 46 Water surface Craft induced waves depend on the craft’s velocity.
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Score: 1250477.9 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...TRANS/SC.3/WP.3/2020/13&Lang=E
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UPDATING THE EUROPEAN CODE FOR INLAND WATERWAYS (CEVNI) / TRANSMITTED BY THE GOVERNMENT OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION
To this end, it shall coordinate its actions in advance by radiotelephone and by visual signals from its starboard side. Article 6.22 bis Navigation when passing floating equipment at work or grounded or sunken vessels or vessels with a limited ability to manoeuvre 1. (...) When visibility is less than 1 km, vessels and pushed convoys shall only be permitted to pass under bridges if the navigable bays are fitted with navigation aids that enable the bays to be recognized reliably at a distance of not less than 0.5 km and vessels to orient themselves with confidence (visually or with the aid of technical devices) on the approach to them. (...) The rules of the present article shall apply to all vessels and convoys, with the exception of small craft and craft under sail, during navigation in visual visibility of less than 1 km on inland waterways where the marking is to the sides and during navigation on waterway sections with navigation signs that are not illuminated at night. 2.
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Score: 1234608.2 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...TRANS/SC.3/WP.3/1999/12&Lang=E
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UPDATING THE EUROPEAN CODE FOR INLAND WATERWAYS (CEVNI) : NOTE
To this end, it shall coordinate its actions in advance by radiotelephone and by visual signals from its starboard side. Article 6.22 bis - Navigation when passing floating equipment at work or grounded or sunken vessels or vessels with a limited ability to manoeuvre 1. (...) When visibility is less than 1 km, vessels and pushed convoys shall only be permitted to pass under bridges if the navigable bays are fitted with navigation aids that enable the bays to be recognized reliably at a distance of not less than 0.5 km and vessels to orient themselves with confidence (visually or with the aid of instruments) on the approach to them. (...) The rules of the present article shall apply to all vessels and convoys, with the exception of small craft and craft under sail, during navigation in visual visibility of less than 1 km on inland waterways where the marking is to the sides and during navigation on waterway sections with navigation signs that are not illuminated at night. 2.
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Score: 1228302.4 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...TRANS/SC.3/WP.3/2000/13&Lang=E
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UPDATING THE EUROPEAN CODE FOR INLAND WATERWAYS (CEVNI) : NOTE
To this end, it shall coordinate its actions in advance by radiotelephone and by visual signals from its starboard side. Article 6.22 bis - Navigation when passing floating equipment at work or grounded or sunken vessels or vessels with a limited ability to manoeuvre 1. (...) When visibility is less than 1 km, vessels and pushed convoys shall only be permitted to pass under bridges if the navigable bays are fitted with navigation aids that enable the bays to be recognized reliably at a distance of not less than 0.5 km and vessels to orient themselves with confidence (visually or with the aid of instruments) on the approach to them. (...) The rules of the present article shall apply to all vessels and convoys, with the exception of small size craft and craft under sail, during navigation in visual visibility of less than 1 km on inland waterways where the marking is to the sides and during navigation on waterway sections with navigation signs that are not illuminated at night. 2.
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Score: 1217162.1 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...en&DS=TRANS/SC.3/2000/4&Lang=E
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MINIMUM MANNING REQUIREMENTS FOR INLAND NAVIGATION VESSELS / TRANSMITTED BY THE GOVERNMENTS OF AUSTRIA AND GERMANY
The visual alarms shall be extinguished only when the relevant problems they indicate have been eliminated. (...) (e) It must be possible to initiate the visual and sound signals prescribed by the Police Regulations for navigation on the Rhine for vessels under way from the wheelhouse. (...) For the engine room, the sound link may be replaced by visual and sound signals. (g) It must be possible for a single crew member on his own to launch the required lifeboat with due dispatch.
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Score: 1213256.3 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...NS/SC.3/WP.3/R.52/ADD.1&Lang=E
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LETTER DATED 87/10/02 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF SOUTH AFRICA TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
Later, when the aircraft radio operator reported (erroneously) that the ILS was unserviceable , the controller cleared the aircraft for a visual approach to run-y 05. The aircraft continued to descend in darkness at an average rate of 2.5 metres (8 feet) per second, or 480 feet per minute, in an attempt to establish visual contact with the Maputo runway lights. (...) The cockpit layout and crew positioning prevented the navigator from visually checking the VOR frequency selection and prevented the pilots from visually checking the ADP frequency selection on the Doppler control Panel. (...) Cause The cause of the accident was that the flight crew failed to follow procedural requirement6 for an instrument let-dam approach, but continued to descend under visual flight rules in darkness and sane cloud, i.e. without having visual contact with the ground, below minimum safe altitude and mininum assigned altitude and in addition iqnored the GPWS alarm.
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Score: 1211550.4 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...nsf/get?open&DS=S/19170&Lang=E
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THE DUTCH ANNUAL BUSINESS INQUIRY : DEVELOPING AND TESTING THE ELECTRONIC FORM : INVITED PAPER / SUBMITTED BY STATISTICS NETHERLANDS
This test also resulted in the identification of navigational issues, edit rules and visual design issues that make an e-form different from a paper form. (...) This test also resulted in the identification of navigational issues, edit rules and visual design issues that make an e-form different from a paper form. (...) Aspects that concerned with usability are the visual lay-out and navigation. Some ideas to improve usability were mentioned by the respondents during the interviews.
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Score: 1203701 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...get?open&DS=CES/2005/16&Lang=E
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MINIMUM MANNING REQUIREMENTS FOR INLAND NAVIGATION VESSELS / TRANSMITTED BY THE GOVERNMENT OF GERMANY
It is possible to initiate the visual and sound signals of the self-propelled barge when under way from the wheelhouse; 3. (...) The alarm signals referred to in 2 above may be aural or visual. They shall be so constructed that they are in working order when the engines are operating and attract the boatmaster’s attention under any conditions; 4. (...) It is possible for one person to operate the rudder without excessive effort, even at the maximum authorized draught; 2. The sound and visual signals from a vessel under way may be operated from the wheelhouse; 3.
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Score: 1196638.3 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...NS/SC.3/WP.3/R.38/ADD.1&Lang=E
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MULTIDIMENSIONAL STATISTICAL DATA DISSEMINATION ON THE WEB : SUPPORTING PAPER : SUMMARY / PREPARED BY STEFANO DE FRANCISCI, GIUSEPPE SINDONI, ISTAT, ITALY AND LEONARDO TINININI, IASI-CNR, ITALY
Data are stored in a data warehouse (Kimball, 1996) and are accessible from the Web through hypermedia navigation functions, enabling the user to select and dynamically visualize data in various formats. 2. (...) Hence, when choosing a spatio-temporal multidimensional table to be visualized on the Web, each selection step defines incrementally the four table components. (...) The table chosen among all those compatible with the selection criteria is visualized in one or more web pages, depending on the number of involved classifications.
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Score: 1194194.3 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce.../CES/SEM.54/14(SUMMARY)&Lang=E
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A PROPOSAL FOR A TRAFFIC CENSUS OF THE E WATERWAY NETWORK
The present document proposes for a new data collection mechanism concerning traffic levels on the E-Inland Waterway Network, and the visualization of the traffic data on an interactive map. (...) The AADT level specifically for heavy goods vehicles defined by number of axles is also asked for and can thus also be visualized separately. 7. The interactive map visualizes AADT figures, measured in a standardized manner, across countries.1 Data for 2005, 2010 and 2015 can be accessed through this map. (...) Data from this census are useful in understanding how many passenger and freight trains use each part of the international network, and visualization applications are possible too. In particular, when combining visualizations of road and rail traffic together, it can give insight into traffic bottlenecks and where modal shifting of traffic may be most beneficial.
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Score: 1192985.6 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...=ECE/TRANS/SC.3/2018/14&Lang=E
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