S1000D AI-BASED CONVERSION
To be released soon: A revolutionary technology for S1000D conversion, making heavy use of pattern recognition, machine learning, and AI enables conversions to S1000D in an unprecedentedly short time and low price.
The conversion is 100% accurate (all text, graphics, and links) and verified by the AF S1000D Validation Tool.
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ADS provides consulting and support services related to S1000D solution (all issues including 5.0) implementation, MIL-STD-3048A, and support of all S-Series Specifications (S2000M, S3000L, S4000P, S5000F and S6000T).
ADS excels in converting anything from small commercial aircraft data up to data for some of the largest aircraft in the world.
Conversion of S1000D viewer is available from any data source (from PDF all the way to earlier versions of S1000D).
We developed and perfected an innovative S1000D data conversion software that provides the most accurate and complete conversion to S1000D services - in record times and very reasonable price.
When S1000D data conversion services are used, with our MDDV, it provides the end users with unprecedented ease of use and the most responsive interface in the market.
Our MDDV, in connection with our advanced modules (read more about SWEEFT), used in an S1000D standard environment, provides the authoring organization with unparalleled capabilities, performance, and flexibility. When supporting multiple configurations, its ease of use and power provide tremendous value and savings.
The functionality of IETMs systems is broken down into six classes. But these classes are more like points in a
spectrum of features with most real-world IETM products falling somewhere in between two classes.
Class 1 - This IETM class follows the structure and format of a printed book, with indexes and table of contents that are hyperlinked into the content of the document. This might be a scanned book with some links added.
Class 2 - This format includes more hyperlinks than Class I, such as figures, tables and section references. A hyperlinked PDF document is the typical example. The document would be marked up with XML.
Class 3 - The difference between Class II and Class III is analogous to the difference between PDF book and a web site. The book structure is discarded; instead the document is structured more freely following the logic of the content. The document can still be printed but it won't necessarily match the presentation on the screen. Hyperlinking throughout the document is expected. The document would be marked up with XML.
Class 4 - This class now expects the data to be stored in a relational database, obtaining benefits of data integrity and removal of data redundancy. Relationships in the content that are presented as hyperlinks, are mapped directly to relations in the database schema. Redundancy in the data that exists in earlier classes should be removed. The sequence of presentation is also different from earlier classes. There is no longer the concept of a static page. Content can change dynamically based on users navigation and input through the content; the content may now be user specific. It is no longer possible to print a linear format of the document.
Class 5 - In this class the documentation is now integrated with expert systems that may influence the display of content. For example, the IETM system may aggregate data from a large number of users input, feed that to the expert system that analyzes it and then the result gets fed back to the user through the IETM system. An analogy might be Google search, where search results are improved based on analysis of large data sets of previous queries entered by users.
Class 6 - A network model database was used. Dynamic multi-destination hyperlink system was used. Included system-oriented layers and troubleshooting, assembly and disassembly aspects. The Advanced Interactive Electronic Technical Manual (AIETM 1992) was an R&D Augmented Reality (AR) version of this system designed to help to guide the standards used in the mark-up of the documentation - the idea being a UI-independent data stream. Maintenance in the field and training were both benefits of this system. Created for, and by, NAWCAD/IST.