Programme at a glance

A four day programme brought together the global community to expand professional relationships, exchange ideas, drive innovation and leverage the benefits of the specifications.

Day 1 - Monday, 14 October

11:00

Registration

Exhibition

13:00 onwards

S1000D Tutorials


13:00 - S1000D Tutorial Welcome

Achim Besel


13:05 - Introduction to the Spec

Sierra Fisher


13:15 - Customize S1000D

Sierra Fisher


13:35 - Agree Information Sets

Thomas Malloy

ILS Tutorials


13:00 - An Introduction to the S-Series Specifications - Tutorial Overview

Bernhard Seidel

13:45 onwards

S1000D Tutorials


13:45 - Create/Update DML & Produce/Update DM, PM, SCO, SCORM

Thomas Malloy

ILS Tutorials


13:45 - An Introduction to the individual Specifications - S2000M

Carlos Lafuente


14:00 - An Introduction to the individual Specifications - S3000L

Peter Eichmüller


14:15 - An Introduction to the individual Specifications - S4000P

Paul Moxey


14:30 - An Introduction to the individual Specifications - S5000F

Ramon Somoza

14:45

Afternoon Break

15:15 onwards

S1000D Tutorials


15:15 - Continue: Create/Update DML & Produce/Update DM, PM, SCO, SCORM

Achim Besel

ILS Tutorials


15:15 - An Introduction to the individual Specifications - S6000T

Stefano Tedeschi, William Shook


15:30 - An Introduction to the individual Specifications - SX000i

Dawn Meyer


15:45 - An introduction to the Data Model and Exchange Working Group (DMEWG)

Leif Gyllstroem

16:00 onwards

S1000D Tutorials


16:00 - Agree publication structure/Generate publications/Produce media & publish

Joakim Lundqvist


16:25 - Wrap up

Sierra Fisher

ILS Tutorials


16:15 - A Common Language for Specifications: Simplified Technical English, ASD-STE100

Orlando Chiarello

16:30 - 18:30

Onsite Drinks Reception Sponsored by HICO

Day 2 - Tuesday 15 October

09:00

S1000D Plenary


Welcome Address

Paul Haslam

Exhibition

09:10

Keynote Address


Parent Organisation ASD - Keynote

Jan Pie

09:30

S1000D Plenary


Parent Organisation AIA - Report

Gery Mras

09:40

S1000D Plenary


Parent Organisation ATA - e-Business Program Report

Paul Conn

09:50

S1000D Plenary


S1000D Council Report

Andreas Schütze, Achim Besel

10:10

S1000D Plenary


S1000D Steering Committee Overview/Report

Joakim Lundqvist

10:30

Morning Break

11:00

S1000D Plenary


PPWG Overview/Report

Paul Haslam

11:15

S1000D Plenary


EPWG overview/report

Robert Pearson

11:35

S1000D Plenary


SMTT Overview/Report

Joakim Lundqvist

11:50

S1000D Plenary


How you can help shape the future direction of S1000D

Sierra Fisher, Paul Conn

12:10

Highlights Issue 5.0

Achim Besel

12:30

Networking Lunch

13:30

S1000D Track


A guide to first time implementation of S1000D

Charles C Cartwright

S1000D Integration Track


A400M Program - S1000D & S2000M Data Consistency

Manuel Álvarez Morales

Product Demonstration


Integrated Support Systems

Learn how easily S1000D data modules (DMs) can be generated directly from S3000L / S2000M as well as GEIA-STD-0007 Supportability Analysis and Provisioning data sources

Parker Owen

14:00

S1000D Track


The Importance of Content Analysis for S1000D Implementation

Ismail Bicakci, Akin Bakan

S1000D Integration Track


Ensuring LSAR to Tech Doc is a Love-Love Relationship!

Melissa Pennline, Frank Hallam

Product Demonstration


Flatirons Solutions

Brian Morse, Olivier Joufflineau

14:30

S1000D Track


Implementing S1000D - The hard way

Oguzhan Erol

S1000D Integration Track


A Practice introduction: transfer ispec 2200 manual into S1000D data module

Sining Ma

Product Demonstration


OneStrand

Tammy Halter

15:00

Afternoon Break

15:30

S1000D Track


Applicability - Easy to apply

Jörn Achatzi

S1000D Integration Track


Condition Based Maintenance (CBM+) with Highly Interactive Electronic Technical Manuals

Robert Pearson

Product Demonstration


Mekon

Adrian Jordin

16:00

S1000D Track


SNS for Major Shipbuilding Projects

Peter Kuhn, Andrew Hartley

S1000D Integration Track


Efficient preperation of the In-Service support for the Frigate Class 125 by the use of ASD/AIA specifications (with friendly approval of German Armed Forces, BAAINBw S3.2, F125)

Andreas Kirchhofer

Product Demonstration


Corel

Christian Schmaehl

16:30

S1000D Track


Making the case for IoT, AI and AR

Berry Braster

S1000D Integration Track


Role of Tech Pubs in Predictive Maintenance

Bob Hogg, Lewis Marshall

Product Demonstration


Etteplan

Berry Braster

19:00

Networking Dinner at RAF Museum Hendon

Day 3 - Wednesday 16 October

09:10

S1000D Track


Defense Interest Group – Nations cooperate in guidance for S1000D defense projects

Gerke Mulder MSc

Exhibition

09:30

S1000D Track


Netherlands MOD

Gerke Mulder MSc

09:50

S1000D Track


UK MOD and S1000D

Thomas Malloy

10:10

S1000D Track


S1000D Adaptation Works in Turkish MoD/SSB

Levent Yalcinkaya

10:30

Morning Break

11:00

S1000D Track


U.S. Navy

John Junod

11:20

S1000D Policy Suite Development in the Department of National Defence Canada

Daniela Raycheva

11:40

S1000D Track


Summary and Q&A Panel

Gerke Mulder MSc

12:30

Networking Lunch

13:30

S1000D Track


Automated Auditing of S1000D Aircraft Manuals: A Case Study

Naveh Greenberg

S1000D Integration Track


S1000X - Input Data Specification for S1000D

Joakim Lundqvist

Product Demonstration


American Data Solutions

Ran Meriaz

14:00

S1000D Track


All 4.1 and 1 for all

Dave Wall

S1000D Integration Track


Keep your S1000D documentation up-to-date by reusing maintenance task and material data from external engineering systems

Andreas Pinter

Product Demonstration


4D Concept

Manuel Herault

14:30

S1000D Track


Turning the Language of S1000D into the Language of Machines Using AI

Anant Sahay

S1000D Integration Track


A easy approach towards the migration and processing of material data in your S1000D workflow

Gebhard Maurer

Product Demonstration


Antenna House

Michael Miller

15:00

S1000D Track


Technical Publication Quality Assurance System Based on S1000D

Zhang Ruyi

S1000D Integration Track


Digital Thread Enabled Multi-Spec Support

Jeffrey Stevenson

Product Demonstration


HICO

Andreas Pinter

15:30

Afternoon Break

16:00

S1000D Integration Track


Making the case for Simplified Technical English

Berry Braster

Product Demonstration


Raytheon EAGLE

David Jacques

16:30

S1000D Integration Track


Standards for Support

Dr Tim King

Product Demonstration


WebX Systems

17:00

S1000D Integration Track


Challenges and Chances of Integrated Product Support (IPS) approach in a fully integrated environment

Jörn Achatzi

17:30

Closing Remarks

Day 4 - Thursday, 17 October

08:45

Welcome Address


Welcome Address

Paul Haslam

Exhibition

09:00

Keynote Address


S-Series Keynote Address

Nigel Whitehead

09:30 - 10:30

Presentation - Plenary


S-Series Overview and Specification Status: S1000D, S2000M, S3000L, S4000P, S5000F, S6000T, SX000I and Sn000X

Bernhard Seidel

10:30

Morning Break

11:00

Presentation - Plenary


A Common Language for Specifications: Simplified Technical English, ASD-STE 100

Orlando Chiarello

11:30 - 12:00

Presentation - Plenary


S5000F New Developments

Ramon Somoza

12:00

Networking Lunch

13:30

S-Series Content Development


S-Series Specifications Technical Foundations

Leif Gyllstroem, Stefano Tedeschi

Customer Experiences with the Specifications


The Bundeswehr’s enterprise resource planning system, SASPF

Sebastian Gutjahr

14:00

S-Series Content Development


A Case Study in Implementation & Training

A case study in implementation and training: MBDA CSS Digital Platform

MBDA decided in 2016 to renew the information system tools used by its Customer Support and Services (CSS) direction in France, Italy and the United Kingdom.

To ensure configuration management and the coherence between the data managed inside CSS, the tools platform chosen is based on the S-Series specifications.

The use of the S-Series specifications oblige MBDA to rework its process and to train the ~700 workers of the CSS in the 3 countries.

Christophe Delaunay

Customer Experiences with the Specifications


Fit for the Future Support using the ILS Specification Framework and a roadmap towards Digital Twinning

Guy Dabell

14:30

S-Series Content Development Continued


A case study in Implementation & Training continued

Christophe Delaunay

Customer Experiences with the Specifications


French MOD digital continuity guidance project

Jean-Baptiste Dartaguiette, Etienne Bousquet

15:00

Afternoon Break

15:30

S-Series Content Development


S3000L & S4000P in service support aspects

Peter Eichmüller

Customer Experiences with the Specifications


Customer Experiences with the Specifications - US Example

Paul Haslam, Dawn Meyer, William Shook

16:00

S-Series Content Development


Contracting for the S-Series Specifications

Jamie Halpern, Paul Haslam

Customer Experiences with the Specifications


Smartforce - An Airbus initiative for new data services

Ildiko Ferencsik

16:30

S-Series Content Development


Co-ordinating the Development of a Wider Set of Strategic Standards for Design and Supply Chain and Support – “The Radar Chart”

Ramon Somoza

Customer Experiences with the Specifications


The differences between the classical RCM application in relationship to the new S4000P especially the advantage of S4000P in relationship to the RCM in the Tornado ISMO Program, based on practical examples and lesson learned

Paul Moxey

17:00

Presentation - Plenary


The "X" Specifications suite of the S-Series - Introduction and a Use Case

Achim Besel, Joakim Lundqvist, Peter Eichmüller, Carlos Lafuente

17.30

Presentation - Plenary


S-Series Specification Day Summary

Phil Williams