3. which topics from the consortium's internal work are you most looking forward to?
We expect early insights into further developments and influence in a technically implementable direction. iiRDS should not become one of those standards that look good on paper but are not usable in real life.
4. what practical effects and/or implementations do you see in the adaptation/use of iiRDS in your company - today and in the future?
Hopefully, with a clear standard, there will be less need for project-specific development. In addition, the purpose of the standard should not be lost sight of: searching and finding content must become "child's play" for the user.
5. where do you see iiRDS in three years?
Content delivery as a concept and content delivery portals as operational tools have become the epitome of situational, user-centric delivery of process-relevant information and documents in recent years.
In the same way, we expect iiRDS to become the standard for documentation exchange in Germany and to gradually spread to the rest of the world.