Swedish SEIIA and Finnish THTH organized two eye-opening webinar presentations for their member companies regarding ISO-15926 Reference Data Library (RDL) development in March 17th and 24th. On the first webinar there was 37 participants and on the second 52 participants.
The seminar theme was based on the work of the Norwegian POSC Caesar Association led multinational MRAIL team (Major RDL Action Items List). The team has invited SEIIA and THTH to join the work and share the results with their member companies. The MRAIL’s work-in-progress RDL is expanding, covering currently about 20,000 classes including those of CFIHOS and DEXPI.
ISO-15926 is a widely used international standard that can be considered both as a neutral layer for data integration between enterprises and as an interoperability standard. These are important issues especially for the ongoing THTH’s TIE project as well as for SEIIA’s LCDM2 project. Onno Paap from Fluor (Netherlands), who gave the presentations, defined interoperability as “the ability of different types of computers, networks, operating systems, and applications to work together effectively, without prior communication, in order to exchange information in a useful and meaningful manner”.
The general presentation for “Managers” 17th March as a video can be found behind this link (duration 1 hour). The corresponding PDF presentation material is here!
The technical presentations for “Engineers” 24th March as a video can be found behind this link (duration 1 hour). The corresponding PDF presentation material is here