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S1000D Participating Organizations
Aerospace and Defence Industries Association of Europe – The AeroSpace and Defence Industries Association of Europe, ASD, represents the aeronautics, space, defense and security industries in Europe in all matters of common interest with the objective of promoting and supporting the competitive development of the sector. ASD pursues joint industry actions which require to be dealt with on a European level or which concern issues of an agreed transnational nature, and generates common industry positions.
Aerospace Industries Association – The Aerospace Industries Association represents the nation’s leading manufacturers and suppliers of civil, military, and business aircraft, helicopters, unmanned aerial vehicles, space systems, aircraft engines, missiles, materiel, and related components, equipment, services, and information technology.
Airlines for America – Founded in 1936 as the Air Transport Association of America, Airlines for America (A4A) is the nation’s oldest and largest airline trade association, representing the nation’s leading airlines.
ATA e-Business Program – For over 50 years, the ATA e-Business Program has developed and published civil aviation industry standards for exchange of operationally critical information. It’s mission is to establish a global commercial aviation industry information framework that facilitates improved business agility, reduces costs, increases speed of business, and maintains the highest level of safety.
S1000D National/Organizational Business Rules
ATA Spec 1000BR – Civil Aviation Business Rules for Implementation of S1000D.
Defense Interest Group Business Rules – The Defense Interest Group (DIG) Business Rules (BR) document was developed to produce a common DIG layer for defense BR based on the S1000D Business Rule Decision Points (BRDP). The approach is based on the development of layered BR, with the DIG BR forming the foundation layer.
Shipdex™ – Shipdex™ is the International Business Rules (The Shipdex™ Protocol) developed to standardize the production and the exchange of technical and logistic data within the shipping community.
National S1000D Sites
Germany – This national S1000D web site addresses the German Industry as well as civil and military customers. It is the national S1000D information platform in German language and provides links to dedicated working web sites for discussion and review activities around S1000D within Germany.
ASD/AIA SX000i – International guide for the use of the S-Series Integrated Product Support (IPS) specifications
ASD/AIA S2000M – INTERNATIONAL SPECIFICATION FOR MATERIAL MANAGEMENT
ASD/AIA S3000L – International procedure specification for Logistic Support Analysis (LSA)
ASD S4000P – International specification for developing and continuously improving preventive maintenance
ASD/AIA S5000F – International specification for in-service data feedback
ASD/AIA S6000T – International Specification for Training Information
ASD STE-100 – ASD Simplified Technical English Specification