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03 Jul 12. Defence IQ, the leading online resource for military and defence news and analysis, announced the release of its Armoured Vehicles Asia 2012 – 2022 Report. Based on a survey of 144 senior executives and professionals within the armoured vehicle domain, including both commercial and military respondents, the report explores how the future of Asia’s armoured vehicle market is likely to evolve over the next decade.
“One of the key themes to come out of the report was around the issue of IED protection,” said Andrew Elwell, Editor-in-Chief, Defence IQ. “The IED threat perception in Asia is considerably less than we’ve seen in previous studies, so part of this report focuses on how necessary that capability is for customers in Asia.”
Other topics covered in the report include threat perception post-Iraq and Afghanistan, the growth in investment for C4ISR systems, the region’s key growth markets, survivability capabilities, and the strategic shift in response to the economic downturn.
“Asia is a compelling market,” said Elwell. “As the North Atlantic financial crisis continues to strangle traditional defence markets in the West, Asia’s surge in military spending will drive growth in the industry for years to come. India and China will primarily underpin this development but the region’s defence industrial base as a whole is set for significant expansion over the coming years. The release of Defence IQ’s Armoured Vehicles Asia 2012 – 2022 Report is timely, offering a unique insight into this important market.”

02 Jul 12. Relaunch of Aviation Week’s flagship brand, intensifying the focus on technology, business and operations that has long been the brand’s hallmark and cementing the company’s position as the largest multimedia information and services provider for the fast-evolving global aviation, aerospace and defense industries. The July 2nd issue also names AirAsia as the overall winner in the Top-Performing Airlines report, the leading annual rankings and competitive analysis for the global airline industry.
Expanded coverage in the July 2nd relaunch issue also includes:
• Defense Technology Edition feature: The UK’s aircraft carrier program
and how the defense ministry’s dramatic flip-flop on the type of Joint StrikeFighter to be used on the carriers, has now regained focused attentionon the plan.
• MRO (Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul) Edition feature: With aircraft retirement ages sliding down as aircraft are torn apart for their parts and components, the MRO Edition examines the impact of this trend on leased aircraft and engines. To showcase the expanded content and rich media focus of the AW&ST relaunch, Aviation Week is providing complimentary access of this historic issue to the global aviation, aerospace and defense industry. All are encouraged to engage with the digital issue on their desktop computers at by clicking here. AW&ST is available on leading digital platforms, including iPad, iPhone and Android, and as always, AW&ST subscribers have full access to all available formats. To subscribe and fully experience the expanded coverage of the new AW&ST at a special relaunch rate, click here.
The AW&ST relaunch is the third in a series of investment and expansion initiatives Aviation Week has announced in 2012 with the common theme of simplifying and integrating content and marketing channels, including:
• May 3, 2012 — Investment in an extensive aircraft fleet database and
forecasting products containing detailed information on 120,000 aircraft
worldwide. The new data and analytics capabilities are expanding the
offerings of the Aviation Week Intelligence Network (AWIN) and
MRO Prospector, and were accompanied by a doubling of the
Aviation Week database and analytics team.
• April 26, 2012 — Investment in a new technology platform for Aviation
Week’s portfolio o

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