01 COMMUNICATIONS has been committed to standards from its inception over four decades ago,
integrating and using them as much as possible because standards enable compatibility, one of the foundations for collaboration.
Collaboration is the greatest productivity factor of all, and this is the main reason why standards are so important.
Standards are not simple to make and typically not trivial to comply with and support,
but the productivity that they can enable far outweighs the costs and efforts that they may require.
That is why 01 COMMUNICATIONS
has also been contributing to standards development for many years.
With the W3C, some of our suggestions and contributions have been integrated into XSLT 2.0/XPath2.0.
As a member of the
OMG (Object Management Group) 01 COMMUNICATIONS has been contributing to modeling standards and especially active
a sound knowledge modeling and architecture ecosystem to better support modeling of any set of knowledge resources,
as well as structured projection of the models through viewpoints and perspectives, onto possibly animated 2D and/or
Through its knowledge REMMS (Resource Entitlement, Modeling, Management, and Sharing) specification proposals,
inspired through its R&D work for DNAOS
technology, 01 COMMUNICATIONS is proposing standards to enable universal entitlement-secure
knowledge-sharing platforms, enabling real knowledge-based economies to support generations to come.
Knowledge takes many forms and organizations require strategy, planning, and reporting on strategy achievements.
Because of a previous lack of standards, these crucial operations have been managed in empirical and custom fashion,
with little accountability.
That is what the StratML standards are addressing, enabling all organizations, providing references and accountability
01 COMMUNICATIONS also contribute to StratML specifications,
integrate StratML support into DNAOS technology, as well as provide XSLT stylesheets that allow any browser to
directly transform any StratML document into an xhtml page with links and table of content for easy and efficient viewing.
The stylesheet is freely available (Modified BSD license),
along with a short documentation page.