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S1000D Mandated?

5 Things You Should Know About the Latest S1000D Mandate

Calendar October 1, 2017 | User Charles S. Cunningham | Tag , , , ,

S1000D Mandated? The 5 Things You Should Know About the Latest Mandate As aviation assets become increasingly complex, and suppliers diverse, OEMs and operators lo to standardize and simplify the flow of technical content from development to distribution. Boeing recently communicated to their supplier network that S1000D compliance is

Overcoming Techpubs Challenges With S1000D

Calendar July 20, 2017 | User Charles S. Cunningham | Tag , , , , ,

Overcoming Techpubs Challenges With S1000D Ensuring that technical information is accurate and up-to-date is only half of the battle for today’s technical authoring teams. With the widespread use of Interactive Electronic Technical Manuals/Publications (IETMs/IETPs), customers have high expectations for intelligent information resources. Because of It makes sense to author and manage

S1000D User Forum

Sharing Best Practise at the S1000D User Forum

Calendar October 7, 2016 | User Paul Saunders | Tag

Last week, the Flatirons Solutions team descended on Seville in Spain for the annual gathering of experts, technologists and technical publications practitioners for the S1000D User Forum 2016. Along with our peers in the industry, our team exhibited our solutions, demonstrated our newest technology and presented recent case studies. Our

Augmented Reality

The developer edition of the much talked about Microsoft HoloLens finally went on general release this week. Many analysts and commentators, including yours truly, have pointed to the HoloLens as something of a game changer for the use of augmented reality in enterprise applications. For one thing, it runs Windows

augmented reality

At what point do you declare an emerging technology as having reached tipping point? There’s a lot of academic thought on this, but one factor that I always point to is when you no longer have to explain the nature of a technology in layman’s terms with people: The technology

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