Otokar Military Vehicles Selects InmediusS1000D Publishing Suite
- Software to Document New Platform for Turkish Defense Sector
Inmedius®, a Boeing Company announced today that the S1000D Publishing Suite™ has been selected by Otokar Military Vehicles to support its flagship products in the Turkish defense sector. The Inmedius solution was chosen after extensive market study and analysis, and will be provided to Otokar in the Turkish language. Otokar is a main supplier of armored vehicles and platforms to both the Turkish Military Forces and various Allied Forces.
“This will be Otokar’s first project utilizing the S1000D technical data specification,” stated Bϋlent Keşli, Product Technical Manager, Otokar. “After extensive research and review, Otokar chose Inmedius and its software because of the company’s deep domain knowledge, industry reputation, and experience in deploying S1000D installations for leading aerospace and defense clients around the globe. Because S1000D can be a complex specification, we wanted a solution known for its functionality and ease of use, so that we could be up and running quickly.”
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“We worked closely with Otokar to demonstrate the comprehensive nature and robust functionality of the software solution, and how the Suite supports every facet of an S1000D project and product lifecycle,” explained Michael Ingledew, Managing Director and Vice President, Inmedius Europe, Middle East, and Africa (EMEA).
Inmedius also addresses Otokar’s unique organizational needs, offering the flexibility to deploy technical data via Interactive Electronic Technical Manuals (IETMs) over the Web and mobile devices. In addition, the Inmedius solution for Otokar includes 3D viewing capabilities, offering seamless integration between S1000D technical documentation and graphic production.
The Inmedius S1000D Publishing Suite delivers performance-oriented applications that capture, create, manage and deploy technical information and learning assets.
Source : Inmedius
Dec 4, 2014 - London, United Kingdom