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Taking technical documentation further! – The SCHEMA Conference 2018

Taking technical documentation further! - The SCHEMA Conference 2018

SCHEMA – COMPLEX DOCUMENTS MADE EASY.

SCHEMA Group, the Nuremberg-based manufacturer of high-performance component content management solutions, hosted its annual conference – SCHEMA Conference 2018 – at Nuremberg’s NCC Mitte convention centre on 19th and 20th June. Another two fascinating days were in store for visitors to the annual highlight of the technical writing and documentation industry, which was attended by new and long-standing customers, interested parties and partners of SCHEMA as well as lecturers. The SCHEMA Conference 2018 generated a great deal of interest: more than 500 participants from a total of 13 countries were there to find out about the latest developments in the field of technical writing and documentation.

Presented across a variety of events, the key themes this year were undoubtedly automation and workflows in technical writing, support for iiRDS, the new tekom industry standard for information transfer, as well as augmented reality in conjunction with SCHEMA ST4, SCHEMA CDS and RE´FLEKT. However, the event as a whole focused first and foremost on SCHEMA products: SCHEMA ST4, the component content management system solution used to create all types of product information and SCHEMA CDS, short for Content Delivery Server, which is another solution developed by SCHEMA for the seamless transfer of intelligent information to other systems.

In addition to the large opening event including reports on the current state of development of SCHEMA ST4 and SCHEMA CDS, visitors had the opportunity to find out much more about product innovations at the conference workshops. In his workshop „More fun with Workflow Designer“, Maximilian Herrmann, a trainer at SCHEMA, showed ways to use the key innovation in the recently published 2018 version of SCHEMA ST4 in practice. Pierre Hain, who works for SCHEMA Solutions, expanded on this theme in his workshop „Back to the future – Workflows in the year 2018“ in humorous fashion and, by reproducing the children’s game „Connect Four“ using workflow scripts, demonstrated just how powerful the innovations in SCHEMA ST4 2018 really are. Heide Ebert, also a trainer at SCHEMA, ran a workshop on how SCHEMA ST4 supports the new iiRDS industry standard. All these workshops equipped customers with the tools and the necessary know-how to face the future of technical writing and documentation with confidence.

Presentations from customers also showed visitors some of the different ways SCHEMA products can be used. In their presentation entitled „Three success factors when using SCHEMA ST4“, Jürgen Wüllrich and Robert Hachula of Pilz GmbH & Co. KG showed what is involved in introducing and refining component content management systems like SCHEMA ST4. Their company has been using the software solution for the past 13 years, and so had a wealth of experience to bring. Saskia Miller and Christina Steidle of B/S/H/ Hausgeräte GmbH, part of the Bosch Group, demonstrated how SCHEMA ST4 can be used to create instruction manuals in their talk on „Our road to interactive manuals – SCHEMA ST4 at B/S/H/ Hausgeräte GmbH“. Basing their presentation on an example, they showed what interactive instruction manuals look like when they are created using SCHEMA products. Uwe Podlasly, technical writer and SCHEMA ST4 administrator at Ottobock SE & Co. KGaA, gave a presentation on „ST4 Workflows at Ottobock – Current use and potential future applications“, showing how his company currently uses SCHEMA and the potential for future applications. As part of the medical industry, the use of workflows in SCHEMA ST4 helps Ottobock save time and the traceability features also provide legal protection.

Automation and workflows in the plenary session

There was a podium discussion once again this year. This year too SCHEMA employee Klaus Kurre took the role of moderator and guided the discussion on „Does workflow support for technical writing make processes more efficient?“. Questions from the audience on process support by SCHEMA ST4 were put by Dr Markus Nickl (doctima GmbH), Ralf Robers (Siemens Postal, Parcel & Airport Logistics GmbH), Arno Schmidt (Ottobock SE & Co. KGaA), Adrian Schröder (Miele & Cie. KG), Managing Director Stefan Freisler, Matthias Hofmann and Dieter Pichl (all from the SCHEMA Group).
Eighteen SCHEMA partners, including service providers, translation service providers and consultants, were also available during breaks in the conference to answer any questions. This year’s guests included A2, Across, Carstens + Partner, Congree, Doctima, Dokuwerk, Dr. Rieland, eDok, ep Technische Dokumentation, Imprimatur, Kaleidoscope, neo communication, nlg, Schmeling + Consultants, SDL Trados, T3, text&form and Transline Deutschland.

Evening programme and closing speech

The first day’s events once again concluded at the „Bratwurst Röslein“ in Nuremberg“s Old Town. The relaxed atmosphere gave participants the opportunity to make new contacts, as well as greet old friends from last year. In what almost felt like a family gathering, participants were able to relax and unwind over a delicious meal.

The second day of the conference was brought to a close by internationally renowned geneticist and best-selling author Professor Markus Hengstschläger with a keynote speech on talent management.

Save the date: The next SCHEMA Conference will be held on 14th and 15th May 2019 in Nuremberg’s Mitte Convention Center at MesseNürnberg.

Company Description SCHEMA Group

The SCHEMA Group develops and markets high-performance solutions for information logistics. Founded in 1995, the company employs over 130 people at its headquarters and development site in Nuremberg, Germany.

Relied upon by over 500 customers, the SCHEMA ST4 Component Content Management System (CCMS) and the SCHEMA CDS Content Delivery Server number among the most widely used systems for a modular approach to technical writing and documentation. The SCHEMA ST4 Component Content Management System and the SCHEMA CDS Content Delivery Server cater to all functions relating to the creation, versioning, variant control, translation, quality assurance, publication and distribution of product information – from service information on a mobile device to the final layout for a print catalogue. SCHEMA ST4 is a flexible system that can be scaled to suit the needs of small authoring teams up to entire companies. It is also available as a standard version or as a client-specific solution. SCHEMA CDS distributes information while providing its immediate availability.

The SCHEMA Group’s solutions are suitable for a broad range of applications. They are deployed in a wide variety of sectors including mechanical and plant engineering, automotive, IT, electronics, medical technology and the pharmaceutical industry. Clients such as ABB, Agilent, Andritz, Bentley, Bombardier, Bosch, Bundesanzeiger Federal Gazette, Carl Zeiss, Caterpillar, Daimler, Datev, Doppelmayr, General Electric, KSB, MAN, Miele, Austrian Federal Railways, Philips, Porsche, Roche, Schaeffler Group, SEW Eurodrive, Siemens, SMA, Toyota, TüV, Voith, Weleda, Wincor Nixdorf and many more rely on systems from SCHEMA.

SCHEMA. Complex documents made easy.

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Contact
SCHEMA Consulting GmbH
Claudine Baumhauer
Hugo-Junkers-Strasse 15-17
90411 Nürnberg
Phone: +49 911-586861-29
Fax: +49 911-586861-70
E-Mail: claudine.baumhauer@schema.de
Url: http://www.schema.de

English Press Releases

Rehm presents top-class thermal system solutions in Nuremberg

In a area of around 350 square metres, Rehm, the thermal system solutions specialist, presented highlights from its product range at this year’s SMT in Nuremberg.

Rehm presents top-class thermal system solutions in Nuremberg

In a area of around 350 square metres, Rehm, the thermal system solutions specialist, presented highlights from its product range at this year’s SMT in Nuremberg. The feedback from trade visitors was clear: the solutions – tailored precisely to customer needs throughout the entire process chain – ensure a clear competitive edge when it comes to the modern and economic production of electronic assemblies.

„Once again, the complex discussions we had with many qualified contacts were very positive this year. In addition, our new ViCI (Virtual Communication Interface) sparked a great deal of interest. The innovative portal solution offers concrete support with the help of data glasses, guided maintenance scenarios on tablet or smartphone as well as a comprehensive and expandable knowledge base. This is a great help with the busy daily production routine and underlines our claim as a system provider for different processes,“ says Managing Director Johannes Rehm.

Rehm’s other trade fair exhibits also provided suitable answers for reliable and stable electronics production. For example, there was an increased demand for the Securo systems, which are used for the cold and warm function testing of sensitive electronics under extreme temperatures. Protecto coating systems, which protect sensitive electronic assemblies against damage, were likewise in high demand. Long-established systems such as VisionXP+ for reflow convection soldering with or without a vacuum have also been further improved and equipped with even more efficient EC fan motors. VisionXC achieves high quality in assembly production, even at low throughput, while the condensation soldering system, CondensoXC, has a compact structure and is high performing thanks to the innovative processing chamber. The contact soldering system Nexus with vacuum is ideal for pore- and flux-free soldering at up to 450°C free with a variety of process gases.

With the ViCON software, Rehm has developed an innovative solution for easy operation of the VisionX series and best traceability. For example, the software can log all values that are changed, or collect and statistically evaluate alarms to avoid errors and optimise machine settings.

Many guests visited the SMT to engage in an intensive exchange of technical information and to learn about the market and innovations. The exhibition also provided an opportunity to gather information for future product developments based on customer needs.

Specialised in the field of thermal system solutions for the electronics and photovoltaics industry, Rehm is a technological and innovative leader in the state-of-the-art, cost-effective manufacturing of electronic assemblies. As a globally active manufacturer of reflow soldering systems with convection, condensation or vacuum, drying and coating systems, functional test systems, equipment for metallisation of solar cells as well as numerous customised systems, we have a presence in all key growth markets and, as a partner with more than 25 years of industry experience, are able to implement innovative production solutions that set new standards.

Contact
Rehm Thermal Systems GmbH
Frank Heiler
Leinenstrasse 7
89143 Blaubeuren
Phone: 07344-6-96060
E-Mail: f.heiler@rehm-group.com
Url: http://www.rehm-group.com

Computer IT Software

Puppet Camp Nürnberg

Das Programm steht fest

  Puppet Camp Nürnberg

Zusammentreffen von Anwendern und Entwicklern der Open Source Konfigurationssoftware Puppet gab es unter dem Namen „Puppet Camp“ bereits einige weltweit. Mit dem Puppet Camp Nürnberg findet nun auch das erste in Deutschland statt. In Zusammenarbeit mit Puppet Labs wird es vom Nürnberger IT Systemdienstleister NETWAYS ausgerichtet und soll den Besuchern neben aktuellen Informationen über aktuelle Entwicklungen und Erfahrungsaustausch auch einen Rahmen zum Networking mit einer großen Gruppe von Puppet Entwicklern und Benutzern bieten.
Nun steht das Programm zum Camp und wartet mit Vorträgen von Puppet Labs Developer Ken Barber, Patrick Otto (Chief Puppetier bei Mayflower) und Rednern von Unternehmen wie Ebay, Nokia, mobile.de oder Eucalyptus auf.
James Turnbull (VP Technology Operations bei Puppet Labs) wird das Puppet Camp mit seiner Keynote eröffnen.

Das komplette Programm findet man online unter: www.netways.de/puppetcamp/puppetcamp2012/program/

Eine limitierte Anzahl an Tickets ist noch online buchbar: www.netways.de/puppetcamp/puppetcamp2012/registration/

Veranstaltungsdaten in Kürze:

Termin
19. Oktober 2012
auch als Add-on zur Open Source Monitoring Confernce 2012 buchbar
http://www.netways.de/puppetcamp

Veranstaltungsort
Holiday Inn Nürnberg City Center
Engelhardsgasse 12
90429 Nürnberg
http://www.hi-nuernberg.de

Pressekontakt
Frau Eva Häusler
Eventmanager
+49 911 92885-0
events@netways.de

NETWAYS GmbH
Deutschherrnstr. 15-19
D-90429 Nürnberg
www.netways.de

Die NETWAYS GmbH unterstützt seit mehr als 15 Jahren Unternehmen beim Management komplexer IT Umgebungen auf der Basis von Open Source Software.
Die angebotenen Lösungen und High-End Services auf der Grundlage von Linux und Open Source Tools ermöglichen den störungsfreien Betrieb von Netzen, Servern und Applikationen. Dazu gehören Availability- und Performance Monitoring mit Icinga und Nagios, Service- und Configuration Management, Cluster- und Loadbalancing Systeme für Open Source Rechenzentren sowie ergänzende Services wie Hosting, Betrieb und Servermanagement.
NETWAYS ist außerdem Veranstalter von Konferenzen und Schulungen zum Thema Open Source Monitoring und Open Source Data Center Solutions.

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Electric Electronics

Fujitsu presents „Right-Sized“ Solutions at Embedded World 2012

Fujitsu presents "Right-Sized" Solutions at Embedded World 2012

Innovative and scalable solutions for Industrial, Embedded and Automotive markets will be among the highlights of next year“s Embedded World trade fair in Nuremberg, Germany. Visit Fujitsu Semiconductor Europe (FSEU) in hall 4, booth 228. Attend the FSEU presentation on „Secure Hardware Extension“ taking place during the workshop on Embedded Security

Langen, Germany – December 15, 2011 – Fujitsu Semiconductor Europe (FSEU) will showcase its tailored Graphics and MCU solutions for Embedded / Industrial and Automotive applications alongside its software solutions at the Embedded World trade fair in Nuremberg, Germany, February 28th to March 1st 2012. Amongst the highlights on display at Fujitsu“s booth 228 in hall 4 will be the new 32-bit RISC FM3 Microcontroller with Dual Ethernet for industrial and embedded applications, as well as innovative and scalable solutions for the automotive market. Among the latter are the FCR4 product family for hybrid clusters, which combine traditional instrument clusters with graphic displays, and the 16FX MCU product family for demanding control applications. Wolfgang Wiewesiek, Marketing Manager Automotive Networks for FSEU, will hold a presentation on „Secure Hardware Extension“ during the „Workshop on Cryptography and Embedded Security“, where he will discuss embedded data security in automotive applications.

Product highlights
The FM3 family of 32-bit RISC microcontrollers is based on the industry-standard ARM® Cortex?-M3 processor core. These high-performance products were first introduced in autumn 2011. The product line offers CAN and USB2.0 functionality and supports the industry“s first 2-channel Ethernet Media Access Controller (MAC) in a Cortex-M3 microcontroller (FM3 Twin Ethernet). The series is designed for processing-intensive, and communications-orientated systems. FM3 products are ideal for use in a wide range of networked applications, including industrial systems equipment, inverter controllers, servomotor controllers, building/home energy management systems (BEMS/HEMS) and other eco-management equipment well as office automation. Besides the Twin Ethernet products, several other FM3-based solutions will be presented: FM3 Touch, FM3 Motor Control and FM3 USB.

The FCR4 product family was developed as an innovative and scalable solution for hybrid clusters that combine traditional instrument clusters with graphical displays. With their integrated Flash memory, the FCR4 MCUs and Systems-on-Chip (SoCs) are ideal as Single-Chip-Solutions or can be combined with other products to implement highly efficient systems for virtual or free programmable clusters. The FCR4 products offer a powerful architecture based on the ARM Cortex R4 processor core and Fujitsu“s 2D „IRIS“ Graphics Engine. They offer safety, security and power-saving features and are optimized for demanding applications in automotive systems.

The 16FX MCUs (MB96600 series) are based on Fujitsu“s 16FX CPU. Delivering performance in the range of15-20MIPS, this CPU is proven in many automotive and industrial applications. Fast interrupt handling (10 clock cycles for INT start and 9 clock cycles for INT return) and powerful DMA functions qualify these MCUs for demanding control applications. An additional benefit of this product family is its intelligent peripherals that significantly reduce CPU load.

Further solutions featured at Embedded World will be „Indigo2“ and „Emerald“ graphic controllers as well as the FR81S product family. The versatile, scalable FR81S 32-bit microcontrollers are designed for automotive body and comfort applications and offer extended features for diagnosis and control of load switching as well as support for functional safety. Fujitsu Semiconductor“s system approach strategy is supported by Fujitsu Semiconductor Embedded Solutions Austria (FEAT), providing software solutions tailored to customers“ needs in areas such as automotive HMIs or cluster applications. FEAT will present CGI Studio, a software development platform for hybrid 2D and 3D graphical interfaces (HMI/GUI) for automotive systems.

Embedded Data-Security presentation
Wolfgang Wiewesiek, Marketing Manager Automotive Networks at FSEU, will host a presentation entitled „Secure Hardware Extension“ on February 28, from 13:00 to 13:30 CET. During a full-day „Workshop on Cryptography and Embedded Security“, various experts will debate the latest developments in the field of data security in networked systems. In automotive applications, this topic becomes increasingly relevant especially in relation to car-to-car (C2C) communications and car-to-infrastructure (C2X) communications. Wolfgang Wiewesiek will discuss the role of embedded data security in automotive systems and will highlight some of the key applications in this market. Visitors can register for the workshop here: http://www.embedded-world.eu/registration.html.

About Fujitsu Semiconductor Europe (FSEU)
Fujitsu Semiconductor Europe is a major supplier of „right-sized“ advanced semiconductor solutions, serving the automotive, digital entertainment, networking and industrial markets. Engineers from Fujitsu“s European-based design centres and research and development facilities, dedicated to analogue and mixed-signal technology, advanced packaging, microcontrollers, graphics controllers, multimedia ICs, ASICs and embedded software, work closely with marketing and sales teams throughout the EMEA region to satisfy customers“ systems development requirements. This solutions-based approach is supported by a broad range of advanced semiconductor devices, IP building blocks and embedded software.

Corporate website: http://emea.fujitsu.com/semiconductor
Twitter: http://emea.fujitsu.com/twitter
Facebook: http://emea.fujitsu.com/facebook
YouTube: http://emea.fujitsu.com/youtube

Kontakt:
Fujitsu Semiconductor Europe GmbH
Rainer Reitz
Pittlerstr. 47
63225 Langen
06103-6900

http://emea.fujitsu.com/semiconductor
rainer.reitz@de.fujitsu.com

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