SpecTec, Corena Breakthrough Shipdex Orders

Thursday, October 14, 2010

The three companies Corena, SpecTec Group and Intership Navigation announced the first purchase of the AMOS Shipdex supplied by SpecTec Group and powered by Corena.

The AMOS Shipdex Suite is for the production, management, use and validation of technical information developed in accordance with the Shipdex Protocol. It is an integrated suite of software tools giving ship owners and operators the benefits of major cost savings in terms of better data quality and improved electronic use.

The Shipdex Protocol contains a set of business rules, especially designed for the shipping community, specifying how this industry shall implement the S1000D specification for the production and management of technical publications. The S1000D specification is widely used in the Defense and Civil Aviation communities.

Intership has earlier announced their Shipdex direction for future acquisitions based on projected cost savings and the aim to have technical documentation readily available for online browsing and searching, both in the office and on board the vessels.
 

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