Upgrades to Military & Aerospace Electronics Website give clean look, quicker reads, and faster page loads

May 16, 2019
Welcome to the redesigned Military & Aerospace Electronics Website -- one of many upcoming enhancements we're making online and in print.

THE MIL & AERO COMMENTARY – Welcome to the redesigned Military & Aerospace Electronics Website -- one of many upcoming enhancements we are making to our online presence, enewsletters, print magazine, Webcasts, and other features to be the biggest help possible to our readers.

In case you don't know what I'm talking about, head over to www.militaryaerospace.com, and see the changes we've made. Once your' over the initial shock, I think you'll like it. There's a cleaner look and feel, easier navigation, and others to help readers get what they need from our Website, fast, and get back to their jobs.

This is the first major overhaul of the Military & Aerospace Electronics Website in years -- perhaps even decades -- and our changes are engineered to keep with the times. This includes faster page loads so you no longer have to get up for another cup of coffee as that big photo file loads.

Not only is it easier for you to bring up our latest content at Military & Aerospace Electronics, but behind the scenes it's now easier and faster for us as editors to create and post relevant content to keep you up to speed in your industries. Over the next several weeks and months, expect to see us experiment with new kinds of content -- and more of it -- to keep you abreast of the defense and aerospace electronics industry.

Our upgrades are not coming without hiccups, however. It's still a work in progress. We're cataloging necessary changes as quickly as we can, and are getting them fixed. It will seem like no time before we're up and running smoothly, and are ready for even more improvements.

Why the upgrades, you might ask? It's part of the transition of Military & Aerospace Electronics from our former parent company, PennWell, to our current owners, Endeavor Business Media, based in Nashville. At Endeavor Business Media, business-to-business media initiatives are the top priority. In the end, we expect to make our readers the biggest winners.

The same kind of improvements you see to the Military & Aerospace Electronics home page you also will see on our sister Website, Intelligent Aerospace, at www.intelligent-aerospace.com: cleaner look, faster read, and more relevant content.

The changes won't stop there, either. Look to see improvements reflected in future print editions of Military & Aerospace Electronics, which you still can see online at www.militaryaerospace.com/magazine.

Improvements also are coming for our twice-weekly enewsletters, as well as our Defense Executive, Embedded Computing, Unmanned Vehicles, and Trusted Computing monthly topic-specific enewsletters. Soon our enewsletters also will have a cleaner look and feel, and will give you a faster read, as well as more content.

It's all part of our efforts to make Military & Aerospace Electronics a must-read for you and your colleagues. Cleaner look, faster reads, more content, and anything else we can do to make your business lives easier and more productive.

Take a moment, if you like, to tell us what you like and don't like about our new Website design. Email me at [email protected] to give me your opinions. We'll do everything we can to make your most pressing concerns a reality.

About the Author

John Keller | Editor-in-Chief

John Keller is the Editor-in-Chief, Military & Aerospace Electronics Magazine--provides extensive coverage and analysis of enabling electronics and optoelectronic technologies in military, space and commercial aviation applications. John has been a member of the Military & Aerospace Electronics staff since 1989 and chief editor since 1995.

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