Some Assembly Required: Putting it Together the Right Way
Every Christmas, millions of people unwrap gifts and find themselves faced with assembling or constructing something via a set of instructions. The quality of these instructions can impact the rest of the day. But in A&D equipment servicing, the impact of inaccurate instructions can be catastrophic...
How re-using S1000D content supports Augmented Reality
Aerospace & Defense organisations are moving to Augmented Reality (AR) experiences to improve the service and maintenance of platforms. But how do you get from where you are today, to delivering interactive, reality-based information, and what are the real benefits?
Connecting Technical Training Data to the Digital Thread
The Navy’s Acquisition Requirements for Training Transformation (ARTT) project is taking military training data management to the next level. GPSL is part of the expert team of vendors working on this exciting project.
Stephen Watkins is a Solutions Architect at GPSL. Prior to joining the team, he served 21 years in the United States Air Force where, for over 10 years, he trained fellow service members in Resiliency Skills. He shares some timely advice on how to face adversity and return in this blog post.
When you are a software company and you deploy an out of the box product to your customers, your implementations might be comparable each time—a “one size fits all” solution refined and applied on repeat. But what happens when one size doesn’t fit all?
The Coronavirus, or COVID-19, has swept the world in a global pandemic, upsetting the plans and patterns of businesses and personal lives everywhere. We are all having to adapt and find new ways to work and communicate. Being a mostly remote working company, we know a bit about working from home, so here are our top tips for remote working
What does it actually look like to work with the digital thread? As a product engineer. As a logistics engineer. As an illustrator. As a technical writer. As a service technician.
Take a journey down the digital thread and see what it looks like from the perspective of some of the roles contributing to the larger product lifecycle.
Moving to Structured Authoring: 5 Ways your Content Changes
Your technical content is about to make the leap. You are about to make the change everyone has told you about. You are moving to structured authoring. You have an idea of what the change means, but what will it look like? How will your content actually change when you move to structured authoring?