BATTLESPACE Publications announces major changes to its web based news service.
BATTLESPACE NEWS, the monthly printed news publication will now appear as a web-based product
In addition enhancements are being added to the web such as more broadcast media and live broadcast.
BATTLESPACE C4ISTAR TECHNOLOGIES magazine will have a new look for 2003 and increase in frequency, content and circulation. This will include specialist industry surveys. The first issue will appear for the AUSA meeting in Florida this month. BATTLESPACE C4ISTAR TECHNOLOGIES content will also be available on the web.
Julian Nettlefold Publisher of BATTLESPACE said, “A reader survey last year revealed that our readers required more in-depth articles in BATTLESPACE C4ISTAR TECHNOLOGIES focusing on the ever increasing developments in this new technology. In addition our survey also revealed that our readers preferred to have news sent via email and achieved on the web so that it could be read at a later date and referred to from our archive. The new look BATTLESPACE C4ISTAR TECHNOLOGIES will include some exciting new features such as new technology and interviews with leading figures in the defence industry.”
The new Editorial programme for BATTLESPACE C4ISTAR TECHNOLOGIES is set out below:
Jan/Feb: Special Issue for AUSA Florida
May/June: Airborne Systems and naval Systems
Special Distribution at IMDEX Asia and Paris Air Show
July: JWID and Homeland Defence Features and Military Vehicles Supplement
Special Distribution at DVD and JWID
Special Distribution at DSEi
October/November: Network Centric Warfare
Special Distribution at AUSA Washington, Vision 2003 and Dubai Air Show
BATTLESPACE Publications cover the whole spectrum of the battlespace, from sensor to shooter. Our news coverage and readership is truly international, contacting the main decision makers in the worldwide defence industry. We aim to provide our readers with the latest developments in the complex and ever changing world of C4ISTAR and the Global Battlespace. Our coverage is unique in its breadth of topics in the International C4ISTAR arena from airborne sensors and UAVs, fast jets and military transports, rotorcraft, airborne communications, radar and avionics, thru specialist naval systems and communications to land-based communications, EW, infantry equipment and armoured vehicles, trucks and unmanned robots.