The aerospace and defense industry is facing a growing need to manage both structured and unstructured data. This need is complicated by the multiple civil and military standards they are required to follow, in addition to exacting government publishing requirements and increasingly demanding government contract commitments.
Why structured content works
Structuring your content has many benefits. Structured content can streamline the management of highly complex technical data in a number of ways, as well as enabling incremental updates and "change packages," helping you avoid frequent and costly re-publication of materials.
Technical publications, learning and training information, engineering specifications and support information can all be moved to a structured environment.
Structured Content Technologies address these challenges
Structured Content Technologies facilitate your move to structured content by providing a pre-configured CSDB (Common Source Database) that supports the S1000D standard, as well as customizable IETP technology that gives your field technicians exactly what they need, when they need it.
These leading aerospace and defense organizations use structured content technology solutions to manage large volumes of complex data while meeting strict government standards and demanding contract commitments.
- BAE Systems
- Gulfstream Aerospace Corporation
- Lockheed Martin
- Northrop Grumman
- Pratt & Whitney Canada
- Royal Australian Air Force
- Sikorsky Aircraft
- US Air Force
- US Army
- US Navy