Digital Data Specifications. (incl. SGML) become. Appendix of ATA Creation of ATA Specification (iSpec ) based on: ATA What is ATA iSpec ? • What are its Objectives? • Structured Data Model. • Inside Look: Table Model. • Lifecycle of the Spec. • History of the Deliverables. ATA iSpec is a global standard used in the civil aviation industry for the creation, and electronic exchange of aircraft engineering, maintenance, and flight .

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ATA Spec 100/iSpec 2200

By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. ATA iSpec is a global aviation industry standard for the content, structure, and electronic exchange of aircraft engineering and maintenance information. This page was last edited on 12 Novemberat It incorporates the previous and specs which won’t be maintained beyond their final revisions.

What is ATA iSpec ?

Create Account Log in. Retrieved from ” https: From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. We use cookies to ensure that we give you the best experience on our website. ATA Spec [1] and iSpec [2] are information standards for aviation maintenance and flight operations [3] published by Airlines for America formerly Air Transport Association.


This site uses cookies to provide enhanced functionality and a better browsing experience. ATA iSpec is a global standard used in the civil aviation industry for the creation, and electronic exchange of aircraft engineering, maintenance, and flight operations information. Whereas previously this information was contained in two separate specifications, ATA and SpeciSpec was introduced to consolidate these into a single specification.

If you continue to use this site we will assume that you are happy with it. It includes the industry-wide standard for numbering aircraft systems, ispev well as content and electronic formatting specifications for technical documents, regardless of delivery medium. The specification is controlled by the Air Transport Association and has been the standard to which the majority of Civilian Aircraft publications comply.

ATA iSpec 2200

ATA Spec was originally published in By browsing our site with cookies 220 you agree to their use. It comprises a ipsec of data specifications covering different specialised areas of the documentation requirements.

Mekon Aerospace and Defence consultants have long experience of the specification, some having experience in writing to the standard themselves. It established an industry-wide numbering scheme to organize aviation technical documentation as well as content and formatting guidelines for its conventional printed distribution.

It provides specific guidance how the material should be written and, more importantly, how the information should be modified. Recognizing the synergies between ATA Spec and Specthe industry developed this consolidated specification for guidance in preparing technical documentation in support of aircraft maintenance.


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Current iSpec comprises a suite of data specifications and data modules for the digital representation and exchange of technical data. You can find more information about cookies in our Terms of Website Use. The objective of iSpec is to minimize cost ispwc effort expended by operators and manufacturers, improve information quality and timeliness, and facilitate manufacturers’ delivery of data that meets airline operational needs.

Minimize cost and effort expended by operators and OEMs Improve information quality and timeliness Ensure that manufacturers provide data that meets airline operational needs History [ edit ] ATA Spec was originally published in It consists of a suite of data specifications pertaining to maintenance requirements and procedures and aircraft configuration control.

These standards provide recommended specifications for the content, structure and deliverables to meet communication requirements [physical, electronic and future technology] of aircraft product technical information.