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16 May 02. BATTLESPACE Publications launched its new web site, http://www.battle-technology.com today. The site, designed by Edinburgh-based web design specialists, Net Resources, will incorporate new advanced features on a new server provided by edNET of Edinburgh and incorporates new Access Server Pages (ASP) technology which provides a faster, more comprehensive service. The web site now incorporates an advanced database and Directory with a new ‘Password Protected’ facility providing subscribers with more information. New features include:

* BATTLESPACE UPDATE and ALERT news will now be archived on the site and subscribers can access this section with a new password-based system.

* A new BATTLESPACE DIRECTORY is available for searching companies and services.

* BATTLESPACE now provides video streaming feature by OuterEye. The first video provides details Oxley’s Night Vision Systems. These videos will enhance any editorial or advertising within the publication and are available to advertisers

* Enhanced News features provided by ‘In This Issue’, again a ‘subscriber only’ service.

*The free Exhibition E-mail service is extended providing free Headline Services

Julian Nettlefold, Publisher of BATTLESPACE said, “Following extensive market research we are providing our readers with many more web-based products. The excellent redesign of BATTLESPACE News by Andy McAllister of Aquatint provides interaction with our new web site providing feature news to back up the extensive news items provided by our e-mail service. We are now able to provide extensive job and facility news in Our Management On the Move section following our venture with defencejobs.com.”

Andrew Smith of Net Resources said, “Andrew Smith of Net Resources said, “Net Resources is delighted to be able to provide this online solution for BATTLESPACE Publications. By facilitating powerful, dynamic content, the new BATTLESPACE web site will provide subscribers with an even faster, more direct and comprehensive information service.”

Andy MacAllister of Aquatint said, “We worked with BATTLESPACE and Net Resources on the new design for BATTLESPACE which reflects the new technologies being employed to bring the news faster and with greater efficiency to our readers. We have utilised a tabloid design to reflect the high technology content of the publication.”

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