The Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) has gone live with it's new Accounting Standards Codification (ASC) Web site, a DITA-based application that provides all of the U.S. Generally Accepted Accounting Procedures (GAAP) standards through dynamic delivery of DITA-based content.
I have written up a deeper discussion of the project here: http://blog.reallysi.com/2008/01/live-dita-appli.html
The ASC site itself is here: http://asc.fasb.org/home
PTC Arbortext has developed a custom DITA application that provides 80-90% of the work to produce a service manual for web and print publication.
Featuring a number of DITA topic specializations (SMA Task, SMA Concept, SMA Reference, and a Troubleshooting specialization), coordinated XSL stylesheets produce a manual with a standard two-column layout.
The SMA shows the competitive advantage of managing a DITA project with integrated tools from Arbortext Editor with Styler.
industries that have common issues for hardware-related description.
Such as: manufacturing system engineering,
engine- and machine construction, power plant equipments, apparatus
engineering, elevators and escalators etc.
Creating DITA specializations for better information design and interoperability throughout the semiconductor industry.
This subcommittee represents a community of interest within various semiconductor companies who believe that there is value in creating a DITA specialization for the industry. Not only will this enable better integration with the development of the OASIS DITA Standard, but will provide an opportunity for
This page contains information about the work of the OASIS DITA Learning and Training Content Specialization Subcommittee (at http://www.oasis-open.org).