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What’s the Difference Between iRING and iRING?

About a year ago a core group of proponents of ISO 15926 decided to adopt the brand name iRING to represent all things ISO 15926. So if your software or work processes or writing contains any quantum of ISO 15926 you could legitimately say “iRING Inside”. The feeling was that a bunch of random numbers was […]

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iRING in the real world

Full disclose – I have been aware of ISO 15926 and iRING for several years now but have been keeping a cautious eye on what, to many of my colleagues appears to be some sort of doctorial thesis or a science project.  While it has been an interesting to have some basic conversational awareness of […]

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Template Pattern Mapping Will Enable Easier Use of ISO 15926

When you are implementing ISO 15926, one of the more significant tasks is representing your information in the standard form of ISO 15926 so that the software on each end of the exchange can understand what it means. In public presentations we are sometimes told that this task involves something called “Information Modeling” but few […]

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