callas will present the new version 9 of callas pdfToolbox during the PDF Days Europe 2016 pre-conference program. Attendees will learn firsthand about the new features in callas pdfToolbox 9 and will have the opportunity to meet the callas team.
As with every other industry, the architectural, engineering and construction industries have been slowly transitioning from paper to electronic documentation and specifications. PDF/E is the ISO subset of PDF designed for these applications.
The 3rd International Workshop on “Digitization and E-Inclusion in Mathematics and Science 2016” (DEIMS2016), which is supported by Nihon University, Junior College Funabashi Campus and the Not-for-Profit Organization: Science Accessibility Net, will bring together experts from around the world to present and discuss state-of-the-art technologies (research and development), novel activities and future perspectives on digitization/computerized-processing of STEM contents, their applications and accessibility.
The pdfChip Hackathon is a technical and hands-on event; bringing your own laptop is necessary. Test licenses for pdfChip, pdfToolbox and pdfaPilot on Mac, Windows or Linux are made available. Some technical knowledge about PDF and HTML will be helpful; the idea of the pdfChip Hackathon is to bring together experts in different fields and have a immediate and intense exchange of expertise.
PDF/A is an ISO standard for long-term archiving of electronic documents. If one is to save rich documents, this is the format to use. Although PDF/A is more and more widely used, detailed knowledge about the standard and how to best take advantage of it is rare. For this seminar, we have some of the world’s foremost experts on PDF/A to help answer any questions you may have about PDF/A.
With its integrated document management system, SAP enables a number of document-heavy business processes in industrial companies to be depicted. Documents are not only stored and found on the basis of their metadata they are also directly linked with their usage in business processes. This procedure is based on practical experience, which tells us that the vast majority of documents in a company have a usage in ordering, production, maintenance, quality assurance etc. which is already defined when the document in question is created. In all cases, long-term reproducibility is required, so PDF/A recommends itself as the file format.
All business processes that require documents that are secure and can be reproduced should align themselves to the new PDF/A standard. Three scenarios highlight the fact that missing standards may lead to considerable restrictions in day-to-day operations. Wouldn’t you like to learn more?