Could you build a regular expression that could generalize the above text patterns found in a schematic as to the type of electrical component they represent? You might ask: "What's a regular expression?" And when you find out you'll truly be little frustrated, or more likely intimidated.
Even if you're seasoned programmer with many years of experience that task could take you hours, imagine someone without any experience trying to solve that kind of problem. Yet that is the kind of tools our competition builds today for illustrators to hot spot diagrams and even wire trace!
The people at Atlas Dynamics empathize with their clients trying to meet DoD S1000D wiring module compliance standards and create interactive wiring diagrams. Atlas' Wiretrace Studio has tools that automate burdening tasks, such as the text pattern decoding described earlier. The regular expressions are coded by the software, its a machine task not a human task with Atlas' tools.
If you need to get to an interactive wiring S1000D compliant state with your technical publications or just need to add interactive wiring diagrams Wiretrace Studio is the tool of choice. Literally hundreds of diagrams can be processed within days. Atlas also provides consultation to help clients reach their wiring publications goals.
We're also in the secure DoD compliant Azure Government cloud platform.
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