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This pages relation to those information standards which are related to Engineering & Asset Management(E&AM) and Material flow functions. This is an important component of the Logistics Coherence Information Architecture (LCIA).The following standards were recommended.

a. ISO 10303 AP 239 Product Life Cycle Support (PLCS) as the applicable standard for engineering and asset related information.
b. OAGIS 9.0 as the applicable standard for Mat Flow transactions.
c. ASD S1000D as the applicable standard for technical documentation.

Product Life Cycle Support (PLCS)

Product Life Cycle Support (PLCS) is an ISO STEP standard (ISO 10303-239) that enables the creation and management through time of an Assured set of Product and Support Information (APSI) which can be used to specify and control required support activities throughout a complex product's life.

ISO 10303-239 provides an application-specific, but flexible, information model as part of the ISO STEP series of standards. The information model can be tailored by industry and organizations through the use of Reference Data Libraries (RDL). The role of RDL is to complete the semantics of the PLCS model necessary for deployment in industry.

The benefit of ISO 10303-239 (PLCS) is its integrated view. However this means that it has a large and generic information model that is larger in scope than most business processes require or most IT applications can manage.

This problem is addressed by defining Data Exchange Specification (DEX)

ASD S1000D

S1000D is an international specification for the production of technical publications. While the title restricts its use to technical publications, it has been found through application that the principles of the specification can be applied to non-technical publications.

This specification was initially developed by the AeroSpace and Defence Industries Association of Europe (ASD). The latest issue has been jointly produced by ASD, the Aerospace Industries Association of America (AIA), and the Air Transport Association of America (ATA) together with their customers.

The organisations above form the S1000D Council and the S1000D Steering Committee with a remit to establish standards for documentation that are agreed by the participating parties.

From Issue 2, the scope has been extended to include land and sea specific applications. The specification can now also be used for the support of any type of equipment including both military and civil products. To support this all types of equipment in this specification are referred to as "the Product".


The Open Applications Group is a not-for-profit standards development organization focused on building enterprise ready process-based business language standards for both B2B and A2A integration

OAGIS Includes

Core Components
– ISO 15000-5 – CCTS 2.01
– UN/CEFACT TBG17 – ACC and BIE/ABIE as defined to this point
– Includes updates to support UN/CEFACT ATG2 Naming and Design Rules
Completed Project
– Joint Project with STEP
– Financial Payment Harmonization with OAGI, IFX, SWIFT and TWIST

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