S1000D or ASD S1000D as it is also known, is the International specification for technical publications utilising a Common Source Database. Developed over the past two decades, it has become widely utilised and highly regarded across several sectors, including defense, civil aviation, space, shipping, nuclear, automotive, rail and manufacturing.
Pennant has a proud history of supplying specialised S1000D-compliant technical services and solutions.
Pennant is one of only a handful of companies worldwide that produces a robust end-to-end LSA and S1000D software solutions specifically to support the ASD S1000D specification used by most NATO countries.
Our team are actively involved in industry specifications, working groups and we have a particular interest in S1000D for online interactive maintenance, DITA and SCORM for online learning systems.
PENNANT’S S1000D SOFTWARE SUITE
The R4i S1000D Suite has a 20-year track record as being affordable, fast, robust, quick to install and easy to use. The R4i interface continues to be upgraded and modernised since the first release in January 2003. The R4i suite has an enviable reputation in the market for user support, coverage of all versions of the S1000D specifications and most importantly for our customer relationships. The R4i brand has a well-known presence in the S1000D market across the globe and across industries, including Defence (Land, Sea and Air programs), 航空航天, Airlines, Space and to a smaller degree in Mining truck manufacturing.
Our goal is to ensure through innovative products, excellent customer service, proven competitive strategies, along with a group of people that we bring dynamic energy to the company and to the overall R4i software development process.
While the R4i software consists of commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) products, our development team designs tools for our customers to solve specific business challenges. These R4i software applications are designed to be modular, easy to use and most importantly, robust.
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