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How Managed Content Services Accelerates S1000D Implementation Our last article titled The Anatomy of an S1000D Project, provided an Infographic that provides an overall idea of what is involved in implementing an S1000D solution. The time it takes to deploy an S1000D solution can vary due to a number of factors.
The Anatomy of an S1000D Project In last week’s article titled the 5 Steps You Should Take to Prepare for Mandated S1000D we discussed how a successful implementation of an S1000D solution takes time and therefore, the sooner your organization starts the process, the better. Since implementation times vary depending
S1000D Adoption – 5 Steps You Should Take to Prepare for the Mandate Last week we discussed the industry’s latest push to mandate S1000D-compliant data. Our article came on the heels of Boeing’s recent communication sent to suppliers supporting the 777X program encouraging them to move towards producing S1000D-compliant data
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 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
Many S1000D projects that I came across my professional life show poor quality of data with respect to the Illustrated Parts Catalog (IPC). Although coding this information in the Illustrated Parts Data (IPD) structure the right way serves you with many benefits like speeding up the maintenance process or optimizing your spare parts ordering process.
All information that we read is presented to us in one way or the other. This can be bos telling a story, signs conveying a short message, or assemble instructions for a bed downloaded from the manufacturer’s website. Sometimes the same information is available even in different formats, like a
This blog post originally appeared as an article in the Aug/Sep 2015 issue of the AircraftIT Ops eJournal. Flight Ops – a publishing anomaly in an otherwise vanguard industry The requirement for the safe, efficient maintenance and operation of complex assets like jet aircraft has been a catalyst for innovation in