While working with ISS, Parker has held many technical, operational and management positions: Design Engineer, Product Support Manager, Product Development Manager, Director of Research and Development and Vice President of Technical Operations. He led the development teams for the ISS software tools supporting: MIL-STD-1388-2B, MIL-STD-973/2549, ISO10303-STEP AP203/232, GEIA-STD-0007 and ASD S3000L.
During his tenure at ISS, Parker has participated on many standards organization committees in various roles: PDES, Inc. Technical Advisory Committee, TechAmerica/GEIA/SAE Life Cycle Logistics Support Committee, ASD Data Model Exchange Working Group, ASD PLCS Task Team, ASD S1000D Interface Task Team, ASD S3000L Steering Committee.
Parker attended Virginia Tech and graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering. He also earned a Master of Science degree in Systems Engineering from Clemson University. He is a licensed professional engineer and a certified professional logistician.
Day 2 - Tuesday 15 October
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