ASD Spec M is an elaborate international military standard which integrates all material management requirements. Chapter 1 of the military version, ASD. Scope of this presentation. • Make the audience familiar with the ASD Specification for. Materiel Management (SM) especially with the. SD is an international specification for the procurement and production of technical For SD data in English, the text should adhere to ASD-STE
|Published (Last):||19 April 2012|
|PDF File Size:||13.70 Mb|
|ePub File Size:||9.93 Mb|
|Price:||Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]|
Defined the material management processes and procedures to be used in support of aircraft and other aerospace airborne and ground equipment supplied to military customers.
Customised solutions based on your needs
The sub-chapter Pricing provides processes, procedures and techniques for requesting quotations and providing prices using three different methods: Chapter Codification covers the NATO codification processes and information flows between industry, the National Codification Bureaux NCB and the customer for all activities related to codification.
There is an interface specification with SL Issue 1. Subordinate to the SC are three working groups WG ; one for each of the disciplines covered by qsd Specification:. Chapter Provisioning General, contains general remarks, instructions and business rules concerning provisioning as per SM. ASD Specification M SM is a standard that specifies the information exchange requirements for most materiel management functions commonly performed in supporting international projects. SM is organized into chapters which are designed to stand alone for ease of understanding as well as ease of implementation.
The glossary of terms and definitions is a catalogue of all the terms utilised in SM Chapters 1 to 5. SM is based on a business model agreed between military customers and industry suppliers. Chapter Material supply, general Chapter Material supply, data exchange Chapter Material supply, general consists of four sub-chapters: This page was last edited on 3 Augustat Specification M SM originally defined the Materiel Management processes and procedures to be used in support of aircraft and other aerospace airborne and ground equipment supplied to Military Customers.
Consultancy services are available to help users to simplify 2000m and reduce costs by rationalizing SM implementation. Views Read Edit View history. The sub-chapter Ordering provides processes, procedures and techniques for placement of orders, order progression and delivery of ordered items.
The purpose of this chapter is to describe the standards which are used to support the exchange of data under the SM procedures. As well as the opportunity for users to employ individual chapters 22000m, the SM also provides a “light” version of the procedures which are described in the appropriate sections of chapter 6.
An actual XML hierarchy must be designed specifically for each different knowledge domain. However, with Issue 4.
Single prices, Price lists and Order based prices. Order Administration covers the process of order placement, zsd the flow of information concerning the progress of orders and deliveries. You can find more information about cookies in our Terms of Website Use.
Material Supply describes the process, the procedures and techniques for on-line operation of pricing, ordering, shipment and invoicing.
Retrieved 30 January Contact us today for more information or a quote. Only discrete MOI codes can be registered ranges are not allowed. By browsing our site with cookies enabled you agree to their use.
Although this Specification is designed for military Product support, it may nevertheless be used for the support of any non-military Product. SD lets you reuse your content efficiently through single source publishing, manage information easily, find information swiftly, and publish in several formats. The Material Supply chapter Chapter 3 consists of the following two elements: Chapter 1 Provisioning Provisioning is the process of selecting support items and spares, necessary for the support of all categories of products.
Chapter 6 Definitions, Abbreviations and Reference Documents The glossary of terms and definitions is a catalogue of all the terms utilised in SM Chapters 1 to 5. Where possible, we will use modular solutions.
Chapter 3 Material Supply Material Supply describes the process, the procedures and techniques for on-line operation of pricing, ordering, shipment and invoicing.
Using a common 2000, set, SM defines business rules to 20000m followed at various stages of the materiel management process and provides various sets of standard messages that are to be used by business partners to exchange information in an unambiguous way. It also embraces the process of requesting that information.
Shufrans TechDocs can help customers to work according to the standard by providing training, consultancy and system zsd services as well as the appropriate software tools. This chapter defines the process and specifies the data, formats and transmission procedures to be used in providing provisioning information to the customer.
Shufrans TechDocs » AECMA / ASD SD & SM
Chapter Initial Provisioning List IPL covers the presentation of a baseline for a product, the presentation of its data as well as the update of that presentation. NSPA uses SM in its activities with some of its customers and has developed extensive expertise in providing technical support and consultancy services in this area. Provisioning is the process of selecting support items and spares, necessary for the support of all categories of products.
SD requires a document to be broken down into individual data items called Data Modules which can be marked with individual XML labels and metadata, and be part of a hierarchical XML structure.
Chapter 2 Spare Parts List The Spare Parts List allows the customer and contractor to process parts data including commercial data to allow for the processes as described in the chapter Material Supply of the SM, without the necessity to use processes as described in the chapter Provisioning.