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S1000D

S1000D is an international specification for the production of technical publications. Although the title emphasizes its use for technical publications, application of the specification to non-technical publications is also possible and can be very beneficial to businesses requiring processes and controls.

This specification was initially developed by the AeroSpace and Defence Industries Association of Europe (ASD). Currently, S1000D is jointly produced by the following organizations, their members, and customers:

  • ‍ASD
  • Aerospace Industries Association of America (AIA)
  • ATA e-Business Program

These organisations form the S1000D Council and the S1000D Steering Committee. These groups are dedicated to establishing mutually agreed standards for the documentation methods used by the participating parties.

As a partner of SDL we can also offer a suite of S1000D software for your business, contact us for more information.

SDL products include;

SDL Contenta S1000D which increases the productivity of technical authors, editors and publishers in the creation, management and delivery of technical documentation. SDL Contenta S1000D utilizes a Common Source Data Base (CSDB) with an object-oriented architecture that facilitates content reuse, providing higher content accuracy along with lower production costs. Content management, simultaneous publishing of Interactive Electronic Technical Manuals/Publications (IETMs/IETPs) and PDF can be accomplished by using the complete Contenta Publishing Suite or through purchase of individual companion products, such as SDL LiveContent S1000D and SDL XML Professional Publisher.

Prima Lingua process and software is fully compatible with S1000D and its operation. For further information download the PDF (45mb).

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