Take the quiz – Austrian Federal Railways implements gamification solution with SCHEMA ST4

Mr Schauer, would you like to begin by briefly describing your role at Austrian Federal Railways? Gladly. I have worked for Österreichische Bundesbahnen Personenverkehr AG (ÖBB - Austrian Federal Railways) since 1988. In 2004, I moved to our head office in Innsbruck, where I am responsible for knowledge management. My main role is as editor-in-chief... Continue Reading →

Fully-automated Fabmatics – right through to technical writing with SCHEMA ST4

A robot arm precisely grips a component; a driverless mobile robot brings a product to its destination, where it is accurately sorted in a warehouse system – and all fully automatically. Welcome to the world of Fabmatics GmbH, a global specialist for the automation of material flows and processes in high-tech production cleanroom environments. The... Continue Reading →

Three editors manage 4,000 documents for 100,000 product variants with SCHEMA ST4

Of the 22 technical writers at SEW-EURODRIVE, three editors deliver 4,000 customer-specific instruction manuals for a particular product line every year. That's an average of 11 manuals a day. For a product portfolio that contains over 100,000 variants, is this even possible? As Anne Kuhsen from SEW-EURODRIVE showed us at the SCHEMA Conference: Yes, it... Continue Reading →

Bosch turbos up – with SCHEMA ST4 as the component content management system for motorsport components

There's no denying that it was a true eye-catcher at the SCHEMA Conference: visitors to the Nuremberg exhibition centre were greeted by the sight of a bright orange Audi touring car parked right in front of the entrance. And with good reason, too. Many of the components inside this thoroughbred racer are supplied by Bosch... Continue Reading →

Workflow Designer at Positive Technologies – bringing together people, tools and processes

Setting high standards for content quality means you need an intelligent review process. Our international customer Positive Technologies has exceptionally demanding requirements in terms of quality; and this global IT company has been using our SCHEMA ST4 component content management system since 2016 to help them achieve this aim. Positive Technologies recently started using the... Continue Reading →

Karlsruhe students deliver SCHEMA content all the way to Japan

In a joint study project, students at the Karlsruhe University of Applied Sciences and the University of Aizu in Japan compiled technical information on current topics like 3D printing and app development. The aim of the project was to model and structure the content, and then to semantically classify and manage the intelligently enriched content... Continue Reading →

SCHEMA CDS as a central distribution system at INNIO Jenbacher

Digitalising information processes is the topic on everyone’s lips at the moment. In our industry, it manifests itself under the banner of ‘Information 4.0’ and it’s now hard to imagine life without it. Austrian machinery manufacturer INNIO Jenbacher is a striking example of what is possible in the area of digitalisation today. With the help... Continue Reading →

SCHEMA and DAIKIN – smart meets cool

What do SCHEMA and your weekend shopping have in common? – It’s simple: When you reach into that refrigerator in the comfortable air-conditioned supermarket, it’s very likely to contain several pieces of DAIKIN technology. DAIKIN is the world’s leading manufacturer of heat pumps, ventilation systems and air-conditioning and refrigeration systems. The multinational Japanese company with... Continue Reading →

Automatic consistency between documentation and development? BIOTRONIK shows you how

When creating software documentation, one thing's for sure: ensuring that interface terms in the software match the technical documentation presents a particular challenge for technical writers. If a term changes on the software interface, it must also be changed in the documentation. The same applies to adjustable values on the software interface, which are often... Continue Reading →

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