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Inmedius - S1000D Publishing Suite for General Dynamics C4


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Inmedius
: 24 October, 2007  (Application Story)
Inmedius® S1000D Publishing Suite& In Use by General Dynamics C4 Systems
Software Supports MUOS Project Training and Technical Manual Requirements



announced the adoption of its S1000D Publishing Suite™ by General Dynamics C4 Systems to support the Mobile User Objective System (MUOS) program's compliance with the ASD S1000D™ lifecycle; from the management of logistics source data, to technical documentation production and publishing of Sharable Content Object Reference Model (SCORM®) compliant training materials.



The General Dynamics MUOS Integrated Logistics Support Team uses the Inmedius Publishing Suite and its S1000Dimpact™ module to map existing Logistic Support Analysis Record (LSAR) data, as well as create the managed Common Source Data Base (CSDB) for MUOS Interactive Electronic Technical Manuals (IETM) and instructor training.



MUOS is narrowband military satellite communications system that supports a worldwide, Joint Service population of mobile and fixed-site terminal users in the ultra-high frequency (UHF) band. General Dynamics C4 Systems is leading the development and deployment of the MUOS ground system that provides communications and control interfaces between the MUOS satellites and existing and future U.S. Department of Defense terrestrial communication networks.



The industry's most comprehensive and integrated set of tools, the seven-module S1000D Publishing Suite is easy to implement, maintain and use. The software supports comprehensive project management, intuitive authoring, quality assurance, engineering data synchronization, migration between file formats, flexible document sharing and viewing, publishing, and the transformation of S1000D to SCORM e-Learning material.



Inmedius S1000Dimpact enables users to easily synchronize and link LSAR and S1000D data. The seamless change management solution ensures that changes in engineering data are tracked and implemented by the technical publication department, so that documentation is up-to-date, accurate and produced in a timely manner. With the addition of Inmedius S1000Dinstructor™, users author training content from existing S1000D data, publish SCORM-conformant output, and manage both in a generic content repository. S1000Dinstructor unlocks the S1000D information within a Data Module, reorganizes and transforms it into SCORM courseware that is consistent with the technical publication content.



'Only with an integrated solution can rules established by project managers be so effectively and automatically carried out—from start-up through authoring to final delivery, and changes made later in the document lifecycle,' explained Gary L. Schaffer, Inmedius President and CEO. 'General Dynamics C4 Systems is implementing the S1000D standard and its concepts. Inmedius looks forward to their user feedback and development insights for our S1000D Publishing Suite as the project implementation goes forward.'

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