New release of CORENA IETP supporting S1000D and iSpec2200
CORENA, a global leader in S1000D software and implementation services, announced today the release of a new Interactive Electronic Technical Publication (IETP) for the Aerospace and Defense industry. The new CORENA IETP currently supports S1000D issue 2.3, 4.0, and issue 4.01; with issue 4.1 planned within the year. The CORENA IETP also supports the full line of iSpec2200, and is easily configured for other data standards such as MIL-SPEC and DITA.
CORENA IETP is built on an extensible technology platform, providing flexibility and a high degree of configuration for the end user. CORENA provides “out-of-the-box” configuration and style kits which are easily extended to fit the specific needs of each individual customer. The CORENA IETP can be deployed on most fixed and mobile platforms.
The CORENA IETP is available either as a stand-alone self-contained package that is easily deployable with pre-populated data for your customers, or as an enterprise web-based application deployed from one or many centralized servers.
Other features include:
- Support for plug-in viewers allowing a multitude of graphical and multi-media formats, hotspotting and graphical navigation
- Full support for the S1000D applicability model providing on-the-fly filte-ring of content
- Enhanced search engine providing full-text and metadata query searches
- Users and roles management
- Intuitive and simplified user interface taking advantage of native browser functionalities
“The new CORENA IETP builds on CORENA’s long experience with our demanding aerospace and defense customers with thousands of users worldwide. We have carefully selected a future-proof technology platform that easily integrates with other systems, provides a high degree of security, and allows customers to easily configure the IETP to their specific needs. We are proud to deploy our world class IETP to the most recognized aerospace organizations in the world”, says Toralf Johannessen, President and CEO of CORENA.
Source : CORENA