ISO 14289-1, more commonly known as PDF/UA, was first published in the summer of 2012 as the first complete definition of a set of requirements for universally accessible PDF documents. Rather than applying to the PDF file format alone, these specifications also define compliant assistive technology and PDF reading software.
PDF/A is an ISO standard for using the PDF format for long-term archiving of digital documents. Since its publication in 2005, PDF/A has become the format of choice for archiving digital documents in a wide range of industries and applications. PDF/A …
Even in large companies, the problem of how to strictly separate document creation from document delivery has not been satisfactory solved. Yet it’s a must for generating “intelligent” documents for every physical and digital channel. An appeal for output management as the central hub in customer communications.
Preflight PDF files to help you save time and costs, increase customer satisfaction by improving quality control, and allow you to hit deadlines and avoid reprints.
The webinar is aimed at solution providers in the health care sector, such as NHS solutions vendors and users interested in health care. As an attendee, you will gain a good overview of PDF/A and can assess where PDF/A can provide advantages in your products and applications.
What’s new in PDF 2.0 regarding digital signatures – whitepaper by Bruno Lowagie, CEO of the iText Software Group
The White Paper PDF/A in Health Care explains PDF/A and shows the use of PDF/A in various fields. The paper also presents case studies and solutions respectiveliy products of our members.
The Isartor Test Suite is named after the location of the first meeting of the Technical Working Group, a medieval gate towards the river Isar in the center of Munich/Germany. This test suite comprises a set of files which can be used to check the conf …
What are the advantages of the PDF/A Standard? What is the PDF/A Standard? What do PDF/A-1a, PDF/A-1b, PDF/A2 mean? How is the PDF/A Standard implemented? Is PDF/A the solution for long-term archiving?