From the abstract:
The main goal of this document is to describe how e-Delivery platforms of existing Large Scale Pilots (PEPPOL, SPOCS and STORK) can converge towards a single solution, which is suitable for them as well as for the new LSP e-Codex. As underlined by the European Commission the acceptance and the support coming from the industry is a very important success factor. Therefore such a e-Delivery solution should also include industry standards like ebXML in the area of B2B and ETSI REM.
AS4 Profile of ebMS 3.0 Version 1.0
Committee Specification Draft 05 / Public Review Draft 04
21 March 2012
“ebXML is being adopted globally as an alternative to traditional EDI standards,” Primus Australia’s general manager of Information Services, Matthew Proctor, said in a statement [..]
I have a new article written for SoftXML, an Israeli software company. The new USA air traffic control system called NextGen will be based on advanced GPS technology, rather than the current radar-based approach, with weather data organized around ebXML registries. See http://www.softxml.com/854/XML-Registries-Core-of-New-U.S.-Aviation-Weather-Platform - Alan Kotok