a computer system for making backups
- Steering with backup system
- Electronic Chart Display and Information System (ECDIS) backup
- Electronic chart display and information system (ECDIS) backup
- the Schengen States are required to have a backup system,
- Electronic chart display and information system (ECDIS) with backup, and raster chart display system (RCDS)
- out The sorbent system contains a front and a backup sorbent section.
- The sorbent system contains a front and a backup sorbent section.
- It is necessary for the development of the VIS including its communication network to determine the location of its central system and backup central system.
- the system must comprise at least two separately anchored ropes, one as a means of access, descent and support (work rope) and the other as backup (security rope);
- These systems will be held in the custody of the PTS and will serve as training units for OSI and as a mobile backup system for the IMS.
- Appropriate arrangements should hereafter be put in place between the Commission and the Member States hosting the central system and the backup system of the VIS during its development.
- The principal CS-SIS carries out technical supervision and administration and a backup CS-SIS is capable of ensuring all functionalities of the principal CS-SIS in case of failure of this system,
- Each Member State gives the RAPEX Contact Point the resources and information it needs to perform its tasks and in particular to operate the system with effective backup/business continuity.
- For resiliency purposes these centralised services are duplicated to two different locations namely Strasbourg, France, hosting the principal CS-VIS, central unit (CU) and St Johann im Pongau, Austria, hosting the backup CS-VIS, backup central unit (BCU) in accordance with Commission Decision 2006/752/EC of 3 November 2006 establishing the sites for the Visa Information System during the development phase .The principal and backup central units shall be accessible from the different Member States via network access points – an LNI and a BLNI – interconnecting their national system to the CS-VIS.
- CS-SIS, which performs technical supervision and administration functions, shall be located in Strasbourg (France) and a backup CS-SIS, capable of ensuring all functionalities of the principal CS-SIS in the event of failure of this system, shall be located in Sankt Johann im Pongau (Austria).