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2009 S1000D User Forum

 

october 12-15, 2009
Hilton Head, SC

Presentations

 

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Monday, October 12, 2009

 

Main Session

 

11:00 AM  -  5:00 PM

Registration Desk Open

 

1:00 PM  -  3:00 PM

S1000D Tutorials
Executive S1000D Overview: Mr. Paul Haslam, Oneil Associates

Intermediate S1000D Tutorial: Mr. Tam Malloy, BAE Systems and Mr. Ryan Augsburger, Boeing.

 

3:00 PM  -  3:30 PM

Break
Afternoon Break (Exhibits Open)

 

3:30 PM  -  5:00 PM

S1000D Tutorials (Cont.)
Executive S1000D Overview [Repeat]: Mr. Paul Haslam, Oneil Associates

Intermediate S1000D Tutorial: Mr. Tam Malloy, BAE Systems and Mr. Ryan Augsburger, Boeing.

 

5:00 PM  -  5:00 PM

Adjourn/ At Leisure

 

5:00 PM  -  6:30 PM

Tutorial: ADL SCORM
This 60 minute, pre-happy hour tutorial will cap off the afternoon session with an overview of how S1000D and SCORM work together. SCORM, or the Sharable Content Object Reference Model, is the DoD-ADL specification that enables content to be interoperable on any learning management system. Participants will understand the main components of SCORM, how S1000D fills gaps in SCORM, and a high level summary of current DoD-ADL funded S1000D-SCORM projects. The S1000D Learning Standards Harmonization Task team will be presenting the first SCORM Bike example based on the new S1000D learning data modules on Wednesday morning.

The tutorial is designed for everyone taking the S1000D executive and technical level sessions. Interest in tech and training data harmonization is growing, and this session is an opportunity to learn about the principles driving the work.

Wayne Gafford, Director of the ADL Job Performance Technology Center
Schawn Thropp, ADL Technical Team
Paul Haslam, O’Neil and Associates

 

 

Tuesday, October 13, 2009

 

General Session

 

7:30 AM  -  8:30 AM

Registration and Continental Breakfast
Registration Desk Open
Continental Breakfast in Exhibit Hall

 

8:30 AM  -  8:40 AM

Welcome and Conference Objectives
Ms. Jan Haslam, Lockheed Martin Co.

 

8:40 AM  -  9:15 AM

DoD Keynote Address
Mr. Donald Shontz, Global Hawk Program Office

 

9:15 AM  -  9:45 AM

Product Life Cycle Standards
Mr. Jack Harris, Rockwell Collins

 

9:45 AM  -  10:00 AM

S1000D Council Overview
Mr. Carl Wilén, SAAB

 

10:00 AM  -  10:30 AM

Morning Break
Refreshments in the Exhibit Hall

 

10:30 AM  -  11:00 AM

AIA Overview
Mr. Rusty Rentsch, Aerospace Industries Association

 

11:00 AM  -  11:30 PM

ASD Overview
Mr. Carl Wilén, SAAB

 

11:30 AM  -  12:00 PM

ATA Overview
Mr. Brad Ballance, Air Transport Association

 

12:30 PM  -  1:00 PM

Lunch

 

Main Session

 

5:30 PM  -  7:00 PM

Networking Reception
Reception in Exhibit Hall; Exhibits open

 

Track 1: Creating the Vision for Integrated Logistics Support

 

1:15 PM  -  1:30 PM

Introduction
Today’s Track 1 theme is about conceptualizing program support in an ILS environment, essentially creating the vision for integrated logistics data. Focusing on the enabling advantages of the complementary standards S1000D, S2000M, S3000L, S4000M, and S5000F, you will hear about what each of these individual standards supplies to the logistics elements and how they are planned to integrate with and complement each other. Integrated together, they provide a foundational suite supporting the essential elements of logistics analysis and data, technical documentation, parts documentation, and user feedback which will assist your business with integrating a sound logistics function. Each of the presentations will give an overview of the specs – what they are intended to do, what’s covered (content), what data is taken care of and between which “specifications” does it exchange these data.

Track Chair: Mr. Denny Raitz, Boeing

 

1:30 PM  -  2:00 PM

Consistent parts data throughout your ILS environment
S2000M – The International specification for materiel management
Mr. Karl-Heinz Haerdtl, co-chair S2000M, EADS

 

2:00 PM  -  2:30 PM

Scheduled maintenance program data – the entry to LSA task data
S4000M – The Procedure handbook for the development of scheduled maintenance programs
Mr. Karl-Heinz Haerdtl, EADS

 

2:30 PM  -  3:00 PM

Afternoon Break
Exhibit Hall Open

 

3:00 PM  -  3:45 PM

Let your LSA task data be the baseline for procedures and maintenance plans
S3000L – The International procedure specification f or logistic support analysis
Mr. Bill Foreman, co-chair S3000L, Boeing

 

3:45 PM  -  4:30 PM

User and usage data feedback – Keep your tech data up to date
S5000F – The International specification for operational and maintenance feedback
Mr. Martin Coveney, co-chair S5000F, Augusta Westland Helicopters

 

4:30 PM  -  5:00 PM

How does the technical publication production benefit from the ASD suite of ILS Standards?
Mr. Craig Bronson, Lockheed Martin

 

5:00 PM  -  5:00 PM

Adjourn

 

Track 2: Implementation: Proccesses, Tools and Methods

 

1:15 PM  -  1:30 PM

Introduction
The S1000D specification is used to develop technical data for air, land, and sea systems worldwide. Based on the Standard Graphic Markup Language or Extensible Markup Language (SGML/XML), it promotes a modular data structure making it easier to reuse content, share/integrate data, and access information at the point of need; all long desired functionalities of the Life Cycle Support Community.

Developing content using the S1000D specification has spawned new tools, processes, best practices, and specific guidance. Suppliers have worked alongside specification developers and have designed and built tools such as Business Rules checkers, Content Managers, Content Editors, Delivery Systems, etc... These tools help the developer successfully develop and deliver content to the S1000D specification.

In track 2, we will discuss the practical side of implementation. Lessons learned, processes and innovations, enabling tools and technologies will be discussed. We will also look at the value of harmonizing S1000D with other related standards, including SCORM.

Track Chair: Mr. Eddie Johnson, Northrop Grumman

 

1:30 PM  -  2:00 PM

Tales from the Front Lines: Integrating and Customizing COTS Tools to meet ALL of Your Requirements
When implementing an S1000D-based means of delivering technical data, most programs are choosing to purchase COTS (Commercial-Off-The-Shelf) applications. And, as good as these tools are, no single COTS application can meet the totality of your program's requirements. This presentation will discuss how to bridge the gap between tool functionality and program requirements.

Mr. Eric Lawson, Crowell Solutions

 

2:00 PM  -  2:30 PM

Product Demonstration by Cortona3D
Leveraging your CAD/PLM data to quickly develop S1000D/SCORM compliant parts catalogs, manuals and training

As a standard for the authoring, storing and publishing of maintenance and operational information S1000D improves data compatibility, content reuse and data integration. Cortona3D's Rapid family of tools produce S1000D compliant multimedia materials for product maintenance and support based on CAD design data. Typically the creation of a parts catalog with its associated bill of materials is then enhanced by the further re-use of that data to create a maintenance procedure and related SCORM compliant training. Re-using the data avoids re-work, ensures consistency and saves time whilst deriving yet more benefits from the standardisation process. This presentation will explain that process and include several examples.

Connell Gallagher, President, Cortona3D

 

2:30 PM  -  3:00 PM

Afternoon BreakAfternoon Break (Exhibit Hall)
Exhibit Hall Open

 

3:00 PM  -  4:30 PM

Beyond Tech Pubs: Automated Maintenance and the expectation of intelligent and interactive content
Realizing the goals of Automated Maintenance Environments (AMEs) will require standardization to ensure successful implementation. Major parts are already in place to bring AMEs into greater use. However, we must break free of the stovepipes and jointly develop specifications to drive commonality leading to cross-service savings. This panel will follow-up on discussions from AIA's Spring Product Support Conference and further discuss forming a working group to promote a standard approach to developing AMEs.

Moderator: Ms. Cheryl Combes,Supportability Engineering Manager, Bell Helicopter Textron

Mr. Todd C. Hampson, Boeing
Mr. Vincent Galluzzo, Lockheed Martin Systems Integration
Mr. Dwayne Cole, E-2 ALE Lead NAVAIR, Logistics
TBD, ALE Program Office, DoD

 

4:30 PM  -  5:00 PM

Product Demonstration: WebX Systems
Presenter: Stephen Ankelen, Technical Director, WebX Systems Ltd.

UltraCSDB™ is a versatile flexible and completely integrated enterprise S1000D Common Source Database (CSDB) system with out-of- the- box support for S1000D Issue 1.6 to 4.0 and iSpec ATA 2200. UltraCSDB™ provides centralised management, workflow, storage and retrieval of S1000D & iSpec 2200 projects, data modules, publication modules, IETP-X, stylesheets, business rules, digital assets and more. It has built-in tools for authoring, quality assurance and business rules checking along with a high end publishing system. UltraCSDB is a cost effective Commercial, off-the-shelf (COTS) application that is extremely easy to use with minimal training suitable for both small and large projects.

 

5:00 PM  -  5:00 PM

Adjourn

 

 

Wednesday, October 14, 2009

 

General Session

 

7:30 AM  -  8:30 AM

Registration and Continental Breakfast

 

8:30 AM  -  8:45 AM

Welcome and Session Objectives
Mr. Denny Raitz, The Boeing Co.

 

8:45 AM  -  9:30 AM

Industry Customer Speaker- Defense
Mr. Richard Ruiz, Vice President for Global Sustainment Operations
Lockheed Martin Corporation

 

9:30 AM  -  10:00 AM

S1000D Steering Committee Update
Ms. Jan Haslam, Lockheed Martin

 

10:00 AM  -  10:30 AM

Morning Break (Exhibit Hall)

 

10:30 AM  -  11:00 AM

Defense Working Group Report
Mr. Dennis Hoyland, UK MOD (Ret.)

 

11:00 AM  -  11:30 AM

Electronic Publications Working Group Report
Mr. Ryan Augsburger

 

11:30 AM  -  12:00 PM

Learning Harmonization Task Team Report
Mr. Wayne Gafford, ADL
Mr. Paul Haslam, ONeil Associates

 

12:00 PM  -  1:15 PM

Lunch

 

Track 1: Creating the Vision for Integrated Logistics Support

 

1:15 PM  -  1:30 PM

Introduction:Implementation of the ILS Vision of Data Reuse
Today’s theme is the implementation of the ILS vision of data reuse. You will hear directly from users of the standards S1000D, S2000M, S3000L, S4000M, and S5000F. Our panels today will provide you with practical approaches to integrating the functions which these standards support. These approaches will address the organization as a whole during the implementation process of an integrated logistics support function within their businesses.

Track Chair: Mr. Svante Ericsson, Corena

 

1:30 PM  -  2:00 PM

The LOGSA view on the ASD Suite of ILS specification
Mr. James Colson, LOGSA

 

2:00 PM  -  2:45 PM

A PLCS repository - The data spider
We share with you the experience from an implementation of PLCS repository exchanging data with a PDM system and an ILS database by the use of DEX1A&D and ASD3A&D.
Kjell Bengtsson, Jotne EPM Technology

 

2:45 PM  -  3:15 PM

Afternoon Break (Exhibit Hall)

 

3:15 PM  -  3:45 PM

S1000D in Russia
Mr. Dmitry Zanozin, R&D CALS Center, Russia

 

3:45 PM  -  4:15 PM

S1000D – Ground Radar System Use Case
Ms. Vernetta Mitchell, US Army PM RADARS

 

4:15 PM  -  4:45 PM

S1000D – Civil Aviation Use Case: Boeing 787
Mr. Freelon Hunter, The Boeing Co.

 

4:45 PM  -  5:00 PM

Panel Q&A: Use Cases

 

5:00 PM  -  5:00 PM

Adjourn

 

Track 2: Implementation: Proccesses, Tools and Methods

 

1:15 PM  -  1:30 PM

Lesson Learned from Implementing S1000D
Introduction by the Track Chair, Mr. Eddie Johnson, Northrop Grumman

In track 2, we will continue to discuss the practical side of implementation using lessons learned, demonstration of processes and enabling tools and new technologies. We will also look at the value of harmonizing S1000D with other related standards, including SCORM.

 

1:30 PM  -  2:45 PM

An S1000D Implementation Success Story: Thirteen Years of S1000D work on AWACS
Between US and NATO AWACS, the maintenance documentation for mission systems updates has been prepared in the S1000D format for the last 13 years. We started NATO’s move into S1000D in 1996. When NATO started planning for S1000D, the current version was 1.6, and there where no commercial vendor tools or viewers available. When the US started planning for S1000D, the current version was 2.1 and there were several options for vendor tools and viewers. We are now developing in version 3.0 and are evaluating a change to 4.0. The panel will discuss the successes (as well as the challenges ) we had in taking a legacy system into S1000D.

Mr. Brian Johnson, Boeing
Mr. Henry Ratzer, NAPMA
Mr. Michael Carver / USAF ESC (Windmill)
Mr. John Peebles / USAF OC-ALC

 

2:45 PM  -  3:15 PM

Afternoon Break (Exhibit Hall)

 

3:15 PM  -  3:45 PM

Product Demonstration by Corena
CORENA is the premier provider of S10000D solutions. Our systems are running in operation at a number of prominent aerospace and defense organizations worldwide and we have just been selected by a major aerospace OEM also to deliver their Next Generation technical publication system. At the S1000D User Forum we will present a preview of our upcoming release supporting Issue 4.0 Applicability Model, our Next Generation IETM, Version Tracking, and Controlled Supplier Access. Join us and see for yourself - it’s “Complex reality made easy!”

Mr. Helmuth Naumer, Corena

 

3:45 PM  -  4:15 PM

Leveraging ILS: Reduce Cost and Increase Operational Efficiency
This presentation will discuss how the different disciplines and data streams of traditional ILS processes such as Logistics Support Analysis (LSA), Technical Publications, Provisioning and Training can be integrated and shared to:
• Increase operation efficiency on a project
• Increase data reuse between departments and deliverables
• Reduce data redundancy
• Reduce cycle times to delivery
Using case studies from existing S1000D programs we will discuss some successes and lessons learned where good synergy exists between existing specifications to facilitate this re-use, as well as gaps in these standards that are exposed by this process.

Mr. Ian Boulton, PTC

 

4:15 PM  -  4:45 PM

Product Demonstration: PTC
PTC Product Information Delivery solutions for Aerospace and Defense

Mr. Ian Boulton, PTC

 

4:45 PM  -  5:00 PM

Track Summary
Mr. Eddie Johnson, Northrop Grumman
Track Chair

 

5:00 PM  -  5:00 PM

Adjourn

 

 

Thursday, October 15, 2009

 

General Session

 

7:30 AM  -  8:30 AM

Registration and Continental Breakfast

 

8:30 AM  -  8:45 AM

Welcome and Conference Objectives
Mr. Paul Conn, Air Transport Association

 

8:45 AM  -  9:30 AM

Customer Speaker- Civil Aviation
Mr. Tim Larson, Northwest Airlines

 

9:30 AM  -  10:00 AM

Civil Aviation Working Group
Mr. Andreas Schuetze, Airbus

 

10:00 AM  -  10:30 AM

Morning Break

 

10:30 AM  -  11:45 AM

Panel: Track 1 review  and Track 2 review: Outcomes and Opportunities
This panel session will allow all attendees to participate in a review of the concurrent tracks from Tuesday and Wednesday at the User Forum. This panel will present a comprehensive perspective of the outcomes from the panel sessions followed by the opportunities for the S1000D community to accomplish the theme of the forum: Realizing the Benefits of Integrated Logistics Support- From Vision to Realization.

Mr. Rusty Rentsch, AIA
Mr. Eddie Johnson, Northop Grumman

 

11:45 AM  -  12:00 PM

Conference Closing and Announcement for Users Forum 2010
Mr. Carl Wilén, SAAB

 

12:00 PM  -  1:00 PM

Adjourn/ At Leisure

 

Main Session

 

1:15 PM  -  5:00 PM

Optional Tutorials
ADL SCORM
Mr. Wayne Gafford, ADL
Mr. Paul Haslam, ONeil Associates