ENP Newswire -
Release date- 19122013 -
The Capital suite addresses vehicle electrical system definition, design, manufacture and service. S1000D support is just one of over 60 new capabilities available in the latest version of the Capital software suite. Users can automatically generate S1000D-compliant information packages directly from their electrical design data using the Capital Publisher tool, thereby reducing the costs and lead times associated with technical documentation creation. Also new in this release is tablet device support, enhanced security, and further support for regulatory compliance.
S1000D is an international specification for the production of technical publications. It was initially developed by the Aerospace and
In addition to automatic creation of S1000D compliant documentation, Capital Publisher is a unique tool that delivers a highly navigable, vehicle/configuration-specific environment for maintenance technicians. Even with the aid of diagnostic systems, faults within the complex, multi-configuration electrical systems found on wheeled and flying vehicles are often time-consuming to troubleshoot. Capital Publisher's technician environment can substantially aid this task. With the new Capital release this environment can now be delivered to tablet devices, which may be either online or offline, thereby making troubleshooting easier even in remote locations.
In addition to the new capabilities noted above, the new Capital release delivers multiple improvements such as enhanced security, and further support for regulatory compliance. This latest release of the Capital software suite is available for immediate download by new and existing customers.
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