Si3C is firmly (obsessively) based on CIVAB, as it is no longer kept up to date?? we are seeing some holes appearing, however for the older equipment someone has gone to the trouble to input almost all the models available in Europe (for example searching the db for "dinamap" returns 69 different models split between Monitor and NIBP types).
As for ANSUR I met a few years ago on a course hosted by SLT Milan (Fluke distributor for Italy) an engineer from TBS GB who had been given a project (cue Sisyphus) to convert the word based PM protocols to run in ANSUR........
Who is (was) that industrious "someone"? Can you not add new equipment types yourself?
Or are we saying the Si3C is dead in the water as (if) the CIVAB codes are not longer being developed (and why is that, I wonder)?
It all sounds pretty random to me, Mate (and no, I'm not shooting the messenger - just stimulating the discussion).
Sisyphus? Boulder up a hill? I wonder if the guy has got there yet.