Sunny San Diego will be the host city of the 2015 S1000D User Forum hosted by the Aerospace Industries Association (AIA) from Sept 21-24, 2015. This year’s theme of the conference is “Actualizing S1000D – Making it Real” and the topics and agenda will provide a great deal of insight into this growing specification.
Putting S1000D into practice, whether it’s deciding how to contract to it, converting legacy data, implementing a technical solution, or achieving your role as a supplier, can seem overwhelming. The objective of this User Forum is to bring real-world experience in contracting, alternate approaches to affordable and sensible conversion of legacy data, and optimizing project scope for supplier use. Attendees of the Forum will hear real use-cases and examples of successful strategies to pave the way for S1000D adoption.
As part of our participation in the User Forum, Pentecom will be giving a presentation during the Integrated Logistics Support Day as part of the “A day in the life of the S-Series” covering the “ins and outs” of the Data Model and Exchange Working Group (DMEWG).
Our featured speaker is:
Ryan Augsburger – Director of Software and IT service. Ryan is an international expert in S1000D with over 25 years of experience in Electronic Publishing Standards including S1000D; software requirements definition, development, test, and deployment; markup technologies including document conversion, Document Type Definition (DTD), SGML, XML, and eXtensible Stylesheet Language (XSL); and technical leadership and technical consulting. He also has experience in Integrated Logistic Support (ILS) standards including provisioning and logistic support analysis; Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) tools; and Agile software development methodology.
Participants are invited to visit with Pentecom to learn more about our services for aerospace and aviation and to discuss your specific challenges.
What: 2015 S1000D User Forum
Where: San Diego, California, US
Location: Omni San Diego Hotel
When: 21-24 September 2015
Event Website: http://s1000d.org/Pages/S1000DUserForum.aspx