Thursday, 27 October 2016

The Third Issue of SyntheSys’ TDL Technology Magazine is Now Available

We are pleased to announce the arrival of the third issue of the TDL Technology magazine.  Many of you have read and enjoyed the first two issues of our magazine, the last of which was published in the spring.  Thanks to your subscriptions and support, it seems to be going from strength to strength.  For this issue, we have introduced our TDL Technology community forum which is a section of the magazine where we invite contributions from other organisations.  We are delighted that we have been able to include articles from Engility, DIGINEXT and the Royal Naval Air Station at Culdrose.
In our latest issue we feature our regular ‘Ask the TDL Expert’ article, further articles on modelling to support interoperability and a guide to choosing a TDL Capability.

To read the free online version and to subscribe to future issues, please visit or, if you would prefer to receive a free hard copy, contact

Tuesday, 25 October 2016

Will we be seeing you at IDLS 2016?

SyntheSys will be exhibiting at this year’s International Data Link Symposium in Maastricht, The Netherlands 1st November - 4th November 2016.  We will be using this year’s show as a platform to present:

  • JREAP- How does it work and what does it provide the user?
  • Introduction to Link 22
  • Introduction to Link 16
  • Introduction to JREAP

Come and visit us at Stand 23.  We are inviting customers and colleagues throughout the TDL community to come and pick up a FREE copy of Issue 3 TDL Technology magazine and we are also running our ‘Follow the Link’ competition where we have 2 Kindle Fire HD6 up for grabs.

Our Technical Staff will be on hand to discuss TDL Training, our SPIRIT process and also our operational capability.  What’s more, you can even grab yourself a refreshing beverage whilst you chat to us!

Sunday, 23 October 2016

SyntheSys’ Jeremy Dick Set to Present at the Upcoming Systems Engineering in Capital Projects Seminar

Our renowned systems engineering expert Jeremy Dick will be presenting at the upcoming ‘Systems Engineering in Capital Projects’ Seminar and you are invited. The event takes place on 31st October 2016 at IBM Southbank, London.

The seminar aims to explore how Systems Engineering practices can help you with the challenges of managing complex capital projects and associated supply chains.  Jeremy will be collaborating with Costain Group to deliver, ‘Helping to meet national needs by bringing SE practices into infrastructure projects’.

For more information and registration details click here , or for more information on Jeremy click here