Extensive coverage of Farnborough International Airshow coming to you all next week

FARNBOROUGH, England, 3 July, 2010. The editors of Avionics Intelligence and Military & Aerospace Electronics once again will produce the Farnborough Report electronic newsletter next week with the latest technology and business news from the Farnborough International Airshow 2012 from Monday 9 July through Friday 15 July 2012.

The Farnborough International Airshow 2012 promises to be the aerospace industry’s most important week of the year. All eyes will be on this United Kingdom-based event in anticipation of an improving business climate, and Courtney Howard of Avionics Intelligence, as well as John Keller and Skyler Frink of Military & Aerospace Electronics will cover the week’s events at this premier industry event in a daily e-newsletter report directly from the Farnborough International Airshow 2012.

The Farnborough Report e-newsletter will cover the latest developments from the show, with a special emphasis on commercial avionics and military avionics, as well as military electronics and military electro-optics technologies. This e-newsletter will be tailored specifically to Avionics Intelligence and Military & Aerospace Electronics readers.

Coverage will include military, commercial, and general aviation business news, avionics, electronics, embedded computing, C4ISR, new products, power electronics, space technology, unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), electro-optics, RF and microwave technology, and design-ins, plus analysis and blogs written right from the Farnborough International Airshow 2012 site, as well as gossip rumors creating buzz at the show.

The kickoff issue on Monday, July 9, will have show preview content, including a what-to-expect column, a state-of-the-industry essay, a list of prominent exhibitors, a Farnborough pre-show rumors blog, and even predictions of what might transpire at the show.

Blogs written by Military & Aerospace Electronics Chief Editor John Keller will be in the Tuesday through Friday issues with tidbits, rumors, and gossip each day. Also on Tuesday through Thursday, of course, will be news and analysis generated at Farnborough.

The Friday 13 July issue will be the Farnborough wrap-up e-newsletter, with analysis on what happened and why it's important, any last-minute news, and a scorecard blog on how many of our Monday predictions actually came true.

If you are already a subscriber to the Avionics Intelligence, Military & Aerospace Electronics weekly, or Defense Executive e-newsletters, then you're all set; the Farnborough Report will go out to all subscribers. If you're not already a subscriber, go to www.militaryaerospace.com/index/newsletters.html and sign up for one or all of these e-newsletters, and the Farnborough Report will land in your inbox every day of the Farnborough International Airshow 2012.

This e-newsletter will go to more than 55,000 established aerospace professionals. Sponsorship opportunities are available. For more information on sponsorship opportunities in the Farnborough Report, contact Publisher Ernesto Burden by e-mail at ErnestoB@PennWell.com, and advertising representatives Kelly barker at kellybarker@pennwell.com, Jay Meldelson at JayM@PennWell.com, or Phil Davis at PhilD@PennWell.com.

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