The purpose of this workshop is to train the staffs from the Arab countries who are using the SMS4DC on spectrum management using Spectrum Management System for Development Countries (SMS4DC Edition 5.1 and above). Noting that there will be a day dedicated to customizing the software for Libyan delegation on 22 December 2022.
The growing reliance on ICTs for the well-functioning of societies demands increased attention on cybersecurity. The confidentiality, integrity, and availability of ICT systems is challenged by rapidly evolving cyber-risks that can impede digitalization's transformational power. However, improving cybersecurity capacity â also known as cybercapacity - is complex, multidimensional, and resource-consuming, and entails different areas of intervention, including in organizational processes, human skills, and adoption of technologies.
The ITU Training of Trainers for Educators on Child Online Protection (COP) aims to give participants a fundamental understanding of the roles and responsibilities of an educator in relation to training methods and meeting the needs of learners.
The course will not take place in May 2022 and is postponed to a later date. For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org This training is focused on mastering the fiber optic tests that are required to verify that your infrastructure can support high data rate applications (10 Gb/s, 40 Gb/s, 100 Gb/s) and Raman amplification as well as extended wavelength ranges for CWDM and DWDM systems. It is typically required to characterize fibers before upgrading data bitrate.
The subject matter of this stationary workshop is the discussion of legal framework applicable to Artificial Intelligence with international focus. By discussing the application of Artificial Intelligence, various types of Artificial Agents in many spheres of life will be considered, including: business activity, household, and the public sector. During the workshop different definitions of Artificial Intelligence will be considered and discussed from a legal point of view.
This course is based on two ITU products: The Last-Mile Connectivity Internet Solutions Guide and Broadband Connectivity Toolkit. The Last-Mile Connectivity Internet Solutions Guide was developed to support the design and development of programmes and interventions that address the lack of Internet infrastructure availability in certain areas and high Internet service prices that make Internet connectivity unaffordable for local populations.
The Universal Service Financing Efficiency Toolkit is a practical guide for impactful and sustainable universal access and service i mplementation. It provides analytical tools, examples, and templates that are grounded in practical experience and designed to help policy-makers, regulators and universal service fund administrators to navigate common questions and challenges they face when using public funds to design, implement and finance programmes and projects that facilitate access to digital technologies and communication infrastructure.
The Internet of Things (IoT) Fundamental training course provides an overview and insight into the emerging technology. The course covers the basic concepts, terminology, and key components of IoT. It explains the business perspectives of IoT including the advantages of early adoption and monetization models. It further expands on the technologies enabling IoT and the various challenges to expect. Several scenarios describe the use cases and applications of IoT that result in smart applications and services to inspire organizations making the move to IoT.
The Internet of things (IoT) is a term for the growing number of electronics that aren't traditional computing devices, but are connected to the internet to send data, receive instructions or both. There's an incredibly broad range of things that fall under that umbrella: Internet-connected smart versions of traditional appliances like refrigerators and light bulbs, gadgets that could only exist in an internet-enabled world like Alexa-style digital assistants; internet-enabled sensors that are transforming factories, healthcare, transportation, distribution centers and farms.