.15926 Editor

December 18, 2011

TechInvestLab.ru made the second public release in .15926 series. The .15926 Editor is a freeware and can be downloaded from http://techinvestlab.ru/dot15926Editor

Feature list of current version (0.81):

  • The .15926 Editor is designed to search, navigate, create and edit data compliant to the ISO 15926 «Industrial automation systems and integration — Integration of life-cycle data for process plants including oil and gas production facilities» standard.
  • With .15926 Editor you can search, navigate, create and edit data for all objects defined by the standard: individuals, relationships, classes, templates and template instances. You can work with reference and project data in the same environment.
  • The .15926 Editor visualizes data according to ISO 15926-2 and ISO 15926-7,8 semantic models, showing item types, relationship and template roles and meta-data. The software allows customization of meta-data defined by a particular data-source.
  • The .15926 Editor supports work with templates: new template creation, specialization from existing template, template signature editing and role restriction.
  • The .15926 Editor can access and edit data in local RDF and OWL/RDF files, adding, changing and deleting data and meta-data in user-friendly multi-window environment with drag-and-drop and undo/redo capabilities.
  • The .15926 Editor is preconfigured to search, navigate and edit popular reference data files distributed publicly, including ISO 15926-4, PCA RDL and ISO 15926-8 templates. The .15926 Editor easily handles local copy of PCA RDL (almost 3 ml. triples in memory, load time about 1 minute on average PC).
  • The .15926 Editor can access data of a SPARQL-endpoint (provided it doesn’t require authorization) giving access to data compliant to ISO 15926-8.
  • The .15926 Editor is preconfigured to search and navigate five popular public ISO 15926 SPARQL-endpoints.
  • The .15926 Editor allows to save data downloaded from SPARQL-endpoints to local files, merge and split local data sources.
  • The .15926 Editor can simultaneously visualize, navigate and edit data from several interrelated data sources located in local files and SPARQL-endpoints.
  • The .15926 Editor works with three different namespaces for ISO 15926-2 (PCA RDL, RDS/WIP or Part8 URI’s) and can be customized to work with interrelated data sources with different namespaces.
  • The .15926 Editor can visualize data in ISO 15926-8 formats, and in some legacy formats used by POSC Caesar Association.
  • The .15926 Editor is configured to make а conversion of reference and project data from TabLan.15926 table language (represented as EXEL tables) to ISO 15926. The .15926 Editor can be configured to make a conversion of any structure table data to items defined by the standard: individuals, instances of relationships, classes and template instances. The mapping is defined in the Turing-complete domain-specific language (built on Python).
  • The data prepared with.15926 Editor can be directly loaded to triple-store exposing ISO 15926-8 compliant data, allowing you to have sandbox RDL up and running in no time.

Current version work only in Windows. Screenshots and full docs you can see online at http://www.slideshare.net/ailev/15926-editor.

All docs and menus of .15926 software is in English, but discussions about development of .15926 software is mostly in Russian and can be found at http://dot15926.livejournal.com

Current roadmap lead to next version of .15926 Editor with support of OIMs and template-based search.


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