Developed by Belis Enterprise and we are so delighted. It includes the words which say what the software does and the symbolism is exactly right.
The first question here about access to data came from a globally significant company. It wasn't difficult to answer because of discussions with (and a ticket from) a solo operator. It seems no matter who you are, access to data is a universal issue.
We presented SharedSDS publically for the first time at Hazmat 2015 in Sydney on 16 June. Afterwards, nine or ten people approached me with congratulations. One said it is a "brilliant" concept but most were favourably impressed if slightly less effusive! A few asked specific questions. I'll only deal with two here and save the others for subsequent blog posts.
I have been preparing a paper on SharedSDS for presentation at Hazmat 2015 in Sydney in June. The paper is more or less finished and I have covered everything I want to say. The paper's title is Taming the monster. Quite dramatic for a mostly technical paper. Having raised expectations I now need some electricity.
My previous post about three types of data came to a neat conclusion this week when a user, Steve, a consultant who writes SDSs for client companies, described his data needs.