NORDIC TechKomm: Danfoss goes iiRDS – Moving to a standard-based metadata model

June 12, 2023

Join us at NORDIC TechKomm 2023 in Copenhagen: On September 20th at 10:30 a.m., Holger Thater, Senior Manager Technical Communication from Danfoss, and Frank Ralf, Senior Technical Consultant from parson, will talk about "Danfoss goes iiRDS – Moving to a standard-based metadata model."

About the session

As a supplier for AC drives, the digital agenda is crucial for Danfoss Drives. In order to implement the digital delivery of product information as close as possible to industry standards, Danfoss selected a DITA-based CCMS and based the metadata model on iiRDS. parson AG supported the project by developing and implementing the metadata model. The presentation will take you on a journey from idea to implementation in IXIASOFT CCMS.

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