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Learn RDS 81346 Basics

Posted by Theis Wagner on September 30, 2021
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As something new we have made videos that will explain the basic elements in the RDS 81346 Standard Series through four different videos!

With a short introduction video we will give you a fundamental understanding of RDS and why you need a reference designation system. Three additional videos will then teach you how the RDS 81346 standard works and also how RDS can be the stepping stone to your organizations’ common reference model.

So, check out the videos, learn why you need a reference designation system and get the basics in place!

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The RDS 81346 Standard Series Videos

Basics: The Reference Designation System

Step 1: Structure & Classification

Step 2: Aspects & Multiple Views

Step 3: Best Practices & Rule of Thumb

 

Release of the New Software for RDS 81346

Posted by Theis Wagner on August 13, 2021
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All good things must come to an end… and be replaced with new technology! Say hello to the future within the RDS 81346 standard series.

We have created a new and state-of-the-art online platform for everyone working with the RDS 81346 standard series. Intuitive like Mindmap, but more sophisticated and invented with a RDS 81346 mindset.

Covering all engineering disciplines and built as a smart self-sign up solution – There are no contracts, no cancellation fees and no long-term commitments.

Take your work online and forget about old spreadsheets, PDF’s and papers. All official licensed classification tables is at your fingertips – Also the brand new (RDS-PS) 81346-10 for Power Systems! 

 

 

RDS 81346 Introduction Course Slideshow

Posted by Theis Wagner on July 05, 2021
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After several successful introduction courses, we would like to share a summary of the slideshow presentation for everybody.

It contains the main points of the presentation. Use it as you see fit and contact us if you want us to elaborate on certain points. Enjoy!

🠗 The Slideshow Presentation 🠗

The RDS 81346 Introduction Course

Posted by Theis Wagner on June 16, 2021
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UPDATE: THE INTRODUCTION COURSE IS FULL

In the start of June 2021, a free introduction course for RDS 81346 was offered through our newsletter. The response for the introduction course was overwhelming!

Because of the high interest for the course, we now organize a final introduction course for the RDS 81346 standard in August!

The new FREE RDS 81346 Introduction Course is on the 18th of August, at 1:00 PM CEST.

There is still spots left, so fill out the form through the link below and an invitation will follow. Remember that there is a limit of participations per course!

Details and information is in the link below   🠗

 

New Common Language for the Energy Power Sector

Posted by Theis Wagner on April 06, 2021
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ISO/IEC 81346-10 RDS-PS – The New Standard for the Energy Power Sector

The new international standard ISO/IEC 81346-10, already known as RDS-PS, is getting ready to launch in 2021!

The update of current ISO/TS 81346-10 (2015) is making a shift in reference designations (RDS) from current Power Plants (PP) to the more generic Power Systems (PS). The new open standard RDS-PS will be launched as draft international standard (DIS) in April 2021.

As in contrast with the old version of 81346-10, this new RDS-PS aligns with the rules for creating sector specific extensions of RDS. RDS-PS focuses on systems engineering, systems thinking and defines all systems you need to designate power systems of the future!

An RDS-PS Wind Power Example

We had to try it ourselves, so we are happy to share a Wind Power example showcasing RDS-PS with you.

The method and classification in the current draft have been used to create reference designations for the energy power sector eg. the wind power industry. It fits just perfect for wind and other power-to-X systems!

The example includes an overview of an offshore wind farm and an in-depth breakdown. See below, or click on the PDF for a closer look!

 

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