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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
Flatirons Releases CORENA Studio 6.2 – XML Editor Featuring Powerful Authoring Tools and Seamless Repository Integration19 août 2015 | 2200, Aircraft Maintenance Manual, AMM, Authoring, CMM, Component Maintenance Manuals, CORENA Knowledge Center, CORENA Studio, CORENA Studio 6.2, DITA, iSpec, S1000D, WYSIWYG authoring, XML
Includes a Trade-in Offer for Current Arbortext Editor Customers Flatirons Solutions is proud to announce the release of version 6.2 of its CORENA Studio product, a powerful XML content creation platform for use by authors and technical publishing teams wanting to create modular, reusable, and interactive structured content. CORENA
After loing at Healthcare in the past few blogs (see Part One and Part Two), we now turn our attention to the Financial Services industry—and success stories for Application Decommissioning and EMC’s InfoArchive. Today’s Business Climate Like Healthcare, Financial Services is highly regulated and subject to strict rules protecting
In the previous blog, we talked about the Healthcare industry and the complexity of its privacy and security requirements. We also highlighted a modernization effort resulting in outdated legacy applications that still contained critical, regulated data. With Application Decommissioning and EMC’s InfoArchive, we saw how these systems could finally be