Military & Aerospace Electronics goes live on the Internet
The publishers of Military & Aerospace Electronics magazine are extending their editorial coverage of mil-spec, rugged, high-reliability, and commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) electronic design to the World Wide Web.
NASHUA, N.H. — The publishers of Military & Aerospace Electronics magazine are extending their editorial coverage of mil-spec, rugged, high-reliability, and commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) electronic design to the World Wide Web.
The revamped Military & Aerospace Electronics site on the World Wide Web, at http://www.milaero.com, now features all the editorial content of the print magazine, a searchable archive of past issues, and frequent updates of fresh breaking news.
The web site also will offer content not available in the magazine, such as expanded access to information about the COTScon conferences and expositions, and an expanded interactive event calendar that tells site visitors about the latest government and industry conferences. Site visitors can even subscribe to the print magazine on line.
Although the Military & Aerospace Electronics site today relies heavily on providing an electronic version of the magazine's content, plans are in the works to deliver a progressively larger amount of breaking news, such as new Pentagon electronics initiatives, influential new industry products, and electronics contract awards from industry and the government.
Plans are also in the works to deliver the magazine's content on the web just as soon as the print magazine hits readers' desks.
Through this web site visitors also can get access to other PennWell publications, such as Cleanrooms, Data Storage, Laser Focus World, Lightwave, Portable Design, and Solid State Technology.
For more information visit Military & Aerospace Electronics on the World Wide Web at http://www.milaero.com, or visit PennWell's web-publishing company, PennNet, at http://www.pennnet.com/.