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Inmedius S1000D Publishing Suite to Support FAA Radar System; FAA Awards Contract to Inmedius Partner, Dimension4, for ARSR-4 IETM.

PITTSBURGH -- Inmedius, Inc., a leading provider of innovative, performance-oriented applications that cultivate, organize, and disseminate data and technical information assets, announced that its S1000D Publishing Suite will be utilized by Dimension4 (D4) for the development and publishing of Interactive Electronic Technical Manuals (IETM) to support the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), Air Route Surveillance Radar Model 4 (ARSR-4). Inmedius will also provide S1000D project and data conversion consulting services to D4 for the FAA project.

The Inmedius S1000D Publishing Suite is an end-to-end solution that addresses every facet of the FAA's radar support system implementation. The IETMs will help to improve the operations, maintenance and training support of a critical radar system. The ARSR-4, long-range, three-dimensional radar, is a joint FAA and Department of Defense (DOD) program to provide aircraft position information to the FAA, Air Force, Navy and Customs Service, as well as weather data to the FAA and National Weather Service. A key air traffic control system, the ARSR-4 provides a significant component to the future of the transportation infrastructure.

According to Inmedius' Sean Rushing, Director S1000D Products and Services, "This is an ideal application of Inmedius technical publishing tools. Comprehensive, integrated, and easy to use, S1000Dmanager(TM), S1000DauthorPro(TM), S1000Dinteract(TM) and S1000Dtransition(TM), address every facet of the FAA ARSR-4 documentation implementation. Inmedius is pleased to partner with D4 on this large scale initiative. Their intelligent graphic technology is outstanding and we look forward to a long-term partnership."

"The FAA implementation of the S1000D specification further signifies the power of the specification and the ability to deploy it beyond military documentation requirements," stated Gary Schaffer, Inmedius President and CEO. "The S1000D is a widely used international technical documentation specification that is gaining momentum in North America," added Schaffer. "The ARSR-4 IETM project is one of a number of significant S1000D implementations we expect to announce over the next few months."

For more information on the Inmedius S1000D Publishing Suite visit www.inmedius.com/S1000D or contact Inmedius at 800.697.7110, info@inmedius.com

About Dimension4

Headquartered in Bremerton, Washington, uses its Intelligraf technology to provide intelligent graphic data capture, data migration and turnkey solutions to customers in both the private and public sectors. A leader in the conversion of technical data into highly intelligent electronic files for integration into sophisticated electronic systems, D4 provides highly accurate and cost effective conversion solutions and system designs. www.dimension4.com

About Inmedius

Headquartered in Pittsburgh, PA, with offices in the United Kingdom and Germany, Inmedius is a leader in innovative, performance-oriented applications that capture, create, manage and deploy technical information. Unique in the industry, Inmedius provides an integrated ASD S1000D Publishing Suite, supporting documentation through its complete life cycle. With proven technical abilities and operational expertise, Inmedius provides numerous military programs, software, and services to maintain flight readiness, implement process and personnel controls, and more effectively deploy information assets. Inmedius delivers powerful technical documentation solutions to many capital equipment intensive industries. www.inmedius.com

Inmedius, S1000Dmanager, S1000DauthorPro, S1000Dinteract and S1000Dtransition are trademarks of Inmedius, Inc.
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