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  1. In the context of the development of a secure but simple way to transmit surface definition information from an LDS to a device, I'm trying to understand the paragraphs 5.9.3.3 and 5.9.7 of the DCS 3.11. More specifically, I'm trying to understand if there is a standardized way for the LDS to include an encrypted surface definition dataset in a SDF file. Could you confirm if the following mechanism would be compliant with the DCS standard? An encrypted surface definition dataset could be transmitted through a SDF file. The LDS would specify the path of this surface file in the multi-form LDPATH information sent to the LMS using an integer and mentionning an LDCRYPT that would include the same integer and the value 1 (user-defined encryption). The encryption method would be agreed upon the LDS and the device vendor. Thank you in advance for your feedback! Thomas
  2. DanielSimonetta

    2018 VEE LPDS Meeting

    Hello everyone, As you know, Paul and Mike are working hard organizing and planning the schedule and rooms for the VC meetings at VEE. We currently have four hours scheduled for the LPDS Meeting on Wednesday, March 14th. Steve and I feel that two hours should be a sufficient amount of time to update the group on progress made by the working group. Thank you Tony LeBlanc for leading that effort, you are doing a great job and we appreciate it! The "new business" list for LDS and LPDS is small at the moment so I am seeking everyone's opinion. Two hours or four? Thanks.