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An emerging area of technology that has rapidly gained acceptance throughout all branches of the military is the acquisition, development, deployment and sustainment of electronic technical documentation and associated multimedia elements. The explosion in popularity of the Internet has produced an insatiable appetite for near real time information needs. The Interactive Electronic Technical Manual (IETM) plays a major role in converting a paper based manual copy to digital one with specific standards.
IETM/IETP technology converts information manual to digital one making it faster, easier, user friendly and more accessible. It is an on-demand electronic manual which is the most efficient and cost-effective method to control, deliver and maintain content. The authored IETMs allow operators and maintenance personnel to locate needed information far more rapidly in the form of digital rather than paper manuals.
In TensorGo IETM Lab, we are capable of developing Interactive Electronic Technical Manuals with functional leave of Type-II (i.e. Class IV, Class V and Class VI) and provide interface to massive quantities of technical information and are custom-designed and developed to reach an extensive audience. We can expertly design and develop simple transformations as well as author complex interactive information architectures.
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In Class VI, the Advanced Interactive Electronic Technical Manual (A-IETM) is being formulated using Augmented Reality (AR) designed to guide the standards used in the mark-up of documentation - the idea being a UI-independent data stream.
Apart from Class IV and V, we aim to raise our standard to Class VI. In Class V, the documentation is integrated with expert systems that may influence the display of content. For example, the IETM system may aggregate data from a large number of users input, feed that to the expert system that analyzes it and then the result gets fed back to the user through the IETM system. An analogy might be search, where the search results are improved based on analysis of large data sets of previous queries entered by users. In Class V, a network model database and a dynamic multi-destination hyperlink system is used. It includes system-oriented layers and troubleshooting as well as assembly and disassembly aspects.