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LOTAR International workshop to be held on the 11th of December in Darmstadt.
Download the latest Facts&Figures brochure HERE
When: 12th of November 2018 (on-site in Berlin and/or Webinar), 29th of January 2019 (on-site in Stuttgart and/or Webinar)
Where: on-site (Berlin/Stuttgart) or by Webinar
How to register? Please complete this form and send it by email to
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REACH conformity in Aerospace – Seminar for Engineering and Supply Chain
For many aerospace companies, the complexity of REACH requirements poses a major challenge. REACH has an impact not only on internal processes but also on the entire supply chain. This means that airlines, OEMs, suppliers and MRO services need to comply with a variety of authorization and restriction requirements.
After expiry of the registration deadlines for large tonnages in 2010 and 2013, the last registration deadline for pre-registered substances will expire on 31 May 2018. By then the substances that are manufactured or imported in quantities of up to 100 tonnes per year must be registered. This last registration deadline particularly affects the aerospace industry, which now has the task of producing a registration dossier.
For more details and registration see the Flyer or contact ASD-STAN
STEP AP242 Day, October 17th, 2018, at Airbus in Toulouse
The event is targeting Automotive, Aerospace and Defense users (OEMs and suppliers) as well as PLM editors and integrators including senior management, methods, tools, and information system departments, experts and newcomers.
Learn how to enforce the use of ISO 10303:242 and STEP standard series for an end to end 3D MBD and PLM metadata exchange to reduce collaboration cost and lead time. Explore the roadmap of the OEMs, suppliers and IT vendors within your industrial landscape. The attendance at the event is free of charge.
For more information see:
Courses on Simplified Technical English, Specification ASD-STE100 Training Courses for “SIMPLIFIED TECHNICAL ENGLISH, ASD-STE100”
Free version of of the latest version ASD-STE100 Issue 7 can be found here
IAQG would like all users to be aware of AS/EN/JISQ 9100:2016-series Quality Management Systems (QMS) deployment support material available on the public IAQG website at https://www.sae.org/iaqg/organization/9100.htm. The AS/EN/JISQ 9100:2016 deployment support material includes:
* *Training Slides*on Executive Overview
* *Correlation Matrix*
<https://www.sae.org/iaqg/projects/cross_ref.pdf> that relate the 2016 to the 2009 standard version and from the 2009 to the 2016 standard version.
* *Transition implementation*<https://www.sae.org/iaqg/projects/2016_aug_progress.pdf> strategies that include a step-by-step guide towards implementing AS/EN/JISQ 9100:2016-series standards.
* *Transition gap assessment matrix*
<https://www.sae.org/iaqg/organization/9100.htm> is an Excel spreadsheet that companies can use for implementing AS/EN/JISQ 9100:2016-series standards.
The 9100-Series Team
ASD/AIA S5000F issue 1.0 -International specification for in-service data feedback
has been published and can be downloaded for free from the S5000F website https://www.s5000f.org
NEW S1000D 4.2 released
Issue 4.2 of S1000D, International specification for technical publications using a common source database, is now available for download. S1000D specifies the production of technical publications and is used for defense systems (air, land and sea), civil aviation and other products. The specification is jointly produced by the AeroSpace and Defence Industries Association of Europe (ASD), the Aerospace Industries Association of America (AIA) and the ATA e-Business Program.
Key highlights for Issue 4.2 include:
- Improvements on product attributes
- Alignment with Bike examples
- Data typing
- Guidance for display
- Business Rules
- Introduction of BrDoc. A new Schema for capturing business rules
- Improvements on readability
- Added unique references to id’s in the default BREX
- Referencing from BRDPs to the associated rule in the default BREX
- Severity levels
- Bike samples
- Alignment with display guidance
- Added support for BRDP
- Overhaul of guidance
- Metadata for ICN (new Schema)
- Enhancements to:
- General clean-up
- And many more
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