Time to Stop Dabbling

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This is the presentation I gave with my colleague, John Badger at the Aircraft Commerce Flight Operations Conference in Frankfurt on the 3rd December 2013

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Time to Stop Dabbling

  1. TIME to stop dabbling getting the right content to the right tablets the 7th Annual Flight Operations Conference - Frankfurt 4th December 2013
  2. product name old company name new company name image credit: zach dischner on flickr
  3. if you want it bad:
  4. if you’re happy to wait:
  5. its all about the USE CASE image credit: the white house on flickr
  6. it’s about TIME you did SOMETHING image credit: jeff laitila on flickr
  7. PAPER PDF HTML SGML, xHTML, ePub 1993 Adobe Systems 2nd Century BC China S E -M -O T R A M R TE XML iSpec 2200 > 2300
  8. <m eta image credit: dirk huijssoon on flickr <m eta > da ta > <m a et a at d > ta> a ata d ta d ta e me <m < dat a> <met <m your docum ents eta a dat da ta> THE BENEFITS OF SMART CONTENT a>
  9. SMART(ER) SEARCH image credit: cgp grey on flickr
  10. atomic updates INCREMENTAL PUBLISHING 200MB 1st revision - full publish 100KB 2nd revision - insert single page 100KB 3rd revision - wording change
  11. atomic updates INCREMENTAL PUBLISHING 200MB , R E T E B R E T 1st revision - full publish 100KB H C E P A E T S A F , R 2nd revision - insert single page 100KB 3rd revision - wording change
  12. image credit: jeff laitila on flickr ANNOTATION PERSISTENCE
  13. NEXT GENERATION : SPEC 2300 image credit: jeff laitila on flickr
  14. <?xml-stylesheet type="text/xsl" href="../../../stylesheets/FCOM.xsl"?><FMSECT CHG="U" EDITABLE="T" FTYPE="SystemsDescription" KEY="Intro" PARENT="FCOM-777-FMATR" REVDATE="00000000"><TITLE ATA="0">Intro</TITLE> <DIV ID="fcomdivid00000"><TITLE ATA="0">AUTHORIZATION PAGE</TITLE> <P JUST="LEFT">This Saunders Airlines Flight Manual contains all the approved Airplane Flight Manual (AFM) operating procedures and performance data as revised and/or modified, and includes any appropriate data or information from revisions dated or numbered:</P> <P> ! ISN’T XML AUTHORING COMPLICATED? <TABLE ALIGN="CENTER" CELLPADDING="5" CLASS="NONE" ID="fcomtableid00001"><TBODY><TR VALIGN="TOP"><TD ALIGN="RIGHT" CLASS="NONE" VALIGN="TOP"> <P JUST="LEFT">777-224</P> ! ! ! </TD><TD ALIGN="CENTER" CLASS="NONE" VALIGN="TOP"> </TD><TD ALIGN="LEFT" CLASS="NONE" VALIGN="TOP"> <P JUST="LEFT">Revision #40</P> <P JUST="LEFT">Dated 04/17/09</P> </TD></TR> </TBODY></TABLE> </P><P JUST="LEFT">This manual meets or exceeds all requirements of the [A/C] approved Airplane Flight Manual in accordance with F.A.R. 121.141.</P> <DIV ID="fcomdivid00002"><TITLE ATA="0">COPYRIGHT NOTICE</TITLE> <P JUST="LEFT">Copyright © 2013 Saunders Airlines, Inc. All rights reserved.</P> <P JUST="LEFT"> <I>No part of this document may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, for any purposes without the express written permission of Saunders Airlines, Inc.</I> ! </P> <P JUST="LEFT">Saunders Airlines personnel desiring to publish excerpts from this manual are requested to notify the [a/c type] Fleet Manager, Flight Standards and Training, prior to publication.</P> </DIV> <DIV ID="fcomdivid00003"><TITLE ATA="0">REQUEST FOR FEEDBACK</TITLE> <P JUST="LEFT">This Flight Manual is the result of the combined efforts of Flight Standards and Flight Operations. All flight crews are encouraged to comment on the contents of this manual, since its sole purpose is to provide you, the Flight Crew, with an accurate and effective tool to better help you do your job.</P> <P JUST="LEFT">Suggestions, critiques, comments, and corrections should be in writing and addressed to the Lead Line Check Airman in your crew base or to the respective Fleet Manager in Flight Standards. The boardmail address for each crew base is the three letter identifier of the base followed by the letters CP (i.e. IAHCP). The boardmail address for each fleet manager is IAHPS.</P> <P JUST="LEFT">Your input is both desired and encouraged. All Flight Manuals are designed to be living documents, readily adaptable to new and better ideas, and easily revised.</P> </DIV>
  15. G Y IW S Y W # UMM... NOT REALLY
  16. image credit: jeff laitila on flickr PDF THE TROUBLE WITH PDF
  17. image credit: jeff laitila on flickr WHY WOULD YOU INVEST IN NEXT GENERATION AIRCRAFT, THEN USE ARCANE TECHNOLOGY LIKE PDF?
  18. question how many uncontrolled PDF DOCUMENTS ARE IN circulation in your company?
  19. question how many uncontrolled PDF DOCUMENTS ARE IN circulation in your company? hint how many uncontrolled IPADS & OTHER TABLETS ARE IN circulation in your company?
  20. question how many uncontrolledS D A PDF DOCUMENTS ARE IN O L circulation in your D company? E H S : hint R E W S how many uncontrolled N A IPADS & OTHER TABLETS ARE IN circulation in your company?
  21. now is the time TIME to wake up to SMART CONTENT image credit: jeff laitila on flickr
  22. THANK YOU for more information please get in touch info@flatironssolutions.com www.techsightx.com @techsightx http://www.slideshare.net/flatironssolutions THIS PRESENTATION IS PUBLISHED WITH A CREATIVE COMMONS ATTRIBUTION-NONCOMMERCIAL-SHAREALIKE LICENSE ©2013 Flatirons Solutions, Inc., All Right Reserved image credit: zach dischner on flickr You are free to share, copy, distribute and transmit this work and you are free to remix and adapt this work on condition that you attribute the work and distribute the resulting work using the same or similar license. Thank you

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