Aerospace Industries Association Chooses Techstreet to Operate its New Online Store.Business Editors/High-Tech Writers
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The Aerospace Industries Association (AIA AIA - Application Integration Architecture ) announces the opening of an online information store at its web site, www.aia-aerospace.org.
The new store offers easy and convenient access to all National Aerospace Standards (NAS (1) See network access server.
(2) (Network Attached Storage) A specialized file server that connects to the network. A NAS device contains a slimmed-down operating system and a file system and processes only I/O requests by supporting the popular ). The store was developed through an alliance with Techstreet, a digital content delivery company that maintains and fulfills a vast amount of information for technical professionals worldwide. Techstreet will manage the AIA publications operation including customer service, order fulfillment, and online distribution.
The NAS Store offers all National Aerospace Standards including NA, NAS, NAM and NASM NASM National Air and Space (Warfare) Model
NASM National Air and Space Museum
NASM Netwide Assembler (80x86 assembler)
NASM National Academy of Sports Medicine
NASM National Association of Schools of Music documents for immediate downloadable access. Additionally, visitors can also search and order over 450,000 additional titles including industry standards, technical books, materials data, market research, and professional training from publishers such as ASTM ASTM
American Society for Testing and Materials , ASME ASME - American Society of Mechanical Engineers , ISO (1) See ISO speed.
(2) (International Organization for Standardization, Geneva, Switzerland, www.iso.ch) An organization that sets international standards, founded in 1946. The U.S. member body is ANSI. , SAE, CSA (1) (Canadian Standards Association, Toronto, Ontario, www.csa.ca) A standards-defining organization founded in 1919. It is involved in many industries, including electronics, communications and information technology. , McGraw-Hill, ASM (1) (Association for Systems Management) An international membership organization based in Cleveland, Ohio. Founded in 1947 and disbanded in 1996, it sponsored conferences in all phases of administrative systems and management. International, and more. Orders for National Aerospace Standards can also be placed by phone, fax, and e-mail to Techstreet's customer service department.
According to Matt Williams, Director, Standardization for AIA, the association wanted to enhance access to its information. "Many visitors to our web site wish to purchase standards during their visit," Williams explains. "Our teaming with Techstreet gives us the ability to offer a dynamic online system to deliver our standards."
Andrew Bank, Techstreet's Vice President, Business Development, said, "We intend to make the NAS Store a one-stop information source for aerospace professionals. Techstreet is happy to work with AIA to improve access to their information, and enhance the user experience on their web site."
Techstreet is a digital content delivery company that offers publishing, e-commerce, and fulfillment services to leading associations and technical content providers. Techstreet has licensing and distribution agreements with over 250 different publishers enabling the Company to print tens of thousands of documents on-demand for fast efficient delivery. Techstreet also operates a technical information store at www.techstreet.com that sells nearly 500,000 technical documents including 87,000 for immediate download.
The Aerospace Industries Association (AIA) of America, Inc., based in Washington, D.C., is the premier trade association representing the nation's manufacturers of commercial, military, and business aircraft, helicopters, aircraft engines, missiles, spacecraft, materials, and related components and equipment.
Founded in 1919, AIA speaks aggressively and effectively to convey industry goals and accomplishments and to voice common concerns to Congress, relevant federal agencies, international organizations, news media, and the American public. The association provides a forum for industry and government to exchange views and resolve issues on non-competitive matters that relate to aerospace industries.