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CORENA Implements Comprehensive Parts Catalogue Solution Based on S1000D at Norwegian Rail

Dec 17 2013, 3:04am CST | by

Copenhagen, Denmark, December 17, 2013 --(PR.com)-- CORENA, a global leader in S1000D software and implementation services, announced today that they have signed a strategic agreement with...

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CORENA Implements Comprehensive Parts Catalogue Solution Based on S1000D at Norwegian Rail

Dec 17 2013, 3:04am CST | by

Copenhagen, Denmark, December 17, 2013 --(PR.com)-- CORENA, a global leader in S1000D software and implementation services, announced today that they have signed a strategic agreement with Norwegian Rail (NSB) for a comprehensive installation of an S1000D based MRO solution.

Under this agreement CORENA will implement an electronic Parts Catalogue solution for all train types. The solution builds upon NSB’s Visual Information Library solution (VIL) already delivered by CORENA. The Visual Information Library shall support the new Flirt trains with 3D models for intelligent navigation, and it will now be extended to cover all other existing and future train types.

The solution, which offers seamless integration to SAP, includes capabilities for both 2D and 3D Parts Catalogues and for generating job cards in XML/S1000D format.

“We have selected CORENA after a thorough evaluation of possible vendors of Parts Catalogue solutions that would work in integration with SAP. Also, CORENA is an innovative partner who truly understands our business. We are looking forward to experiencing the benefits and seeing the excitement from our end users,” says Jan Gårderhagen, Manager Maintenance Publications, NSB.

“The interest for S1000D is rapidly growing in the global rail industry, and CORENA is a key player in the initiatives to define a set of rail specific business rules. We are of course extremely proud to support NSB as one of the first movers to actually implement S1000D across an MRO organization. And we are looking forward to our further engagement with them as well as with the rest of the industry,” says Toralf Johannessen, CEO, CORENA.

ABOUT CORENA
CORENA is a global software company and one of the world’s leading suppliers of Commercial-Off-The-Shelf products managing the production, publishing, and distribution of technical documentation for complex and mission critical equipment. CORENA’s products are widely used, primarily by customers within the aerospace, defense and maritime industries utilizing recognized international standards like ATA iSpec2200, S1000D, and Shipdex.

CORENA also offers product independent training and consultancy on projects and analysis of your technical information processes. http://www.corena.com

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