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A four-part series in Aircraft IT/Aircraft Commerce MRO eJournal explains how new document specifications, content consumption expectations, mobile technology, and other trends in civil aviation information management have developed an industry step-change aimed at building efficiencies in the management of technical information throughout its lifecycle, from OEMs and their suppliers to airlines and MROs, challenging the current way things are done.
In this first article, JD Sillion, VP Products and Solutions, reviews trends defining what it takes to remain competitive in the civil aviation industry.
In this second article in a series on technical information management in the 21st century, Tim Larson discusses aircraft technical publication standards (including iSpec 2200 and S1000D), who they impact, and why.
This third article in the four-part series identifies the requirements necessary to support a high performing multi-specification (multi-spec) technical information management system and options for getting there.
There are a host of reasons why smart content and XML can significantly improve document production, delivery, and usability, discussed here by Capt. John Badger.
“The iPad is a MacGuffin” – v2.5 Winter 2013
October the 22nd, 2013, is a landmark date for aviation IT. Today is the day that sees the launch of Apple’s fifth generation iPad and Microsoft’s second generation Surface tablet.
Presented by Paul Saunders at the MRO & Operations IT Conference-APAC, 17 October 2013
“Time to Stop Dabbling: Getting the Right Content to the Right Tablets”
Presented by Paul Saunders and John Badger at the 7th Annual Flight Operations Conference, 3 December 2013.