Avionics Intelligence broadening beyond cockpit avionics; changes name to Intelligent Aerospace
NASHUA, N.H., 30 May 2014. The Avionics Intelligence Website, which readers have come to know as the in-depth information source for cutting-edge civil and military avionics, is changing its name to Intelligent Aerospace as of today because the Website isn't just about cockpit avionics anymore.
The name change to Intelligent Aerospace reflects broadened coverage beyond cockpit avionics to include enabling technologies for all aspects of air traffic management, communications, airline logistics, and in-flight entertainment.
Readers can see the re-launched Website online at www.intelligent-aerospace.com. From the get-go readers will see a contemporary clean look with straightforward navigation and the most timely content right on top.
News topics on the new Intelligent Aerospace site include commercial aircraft cabin electronics, helicopters, satellites, and unmanned aircraft systems and their sensors, automation, and ground control.
Intelligent Aerospace seeks to be the global avionics and aerospace community's go-to, around-the-clock source for comprehensive, informative, and timely aerospace information. Intelligent Aerospace's editorial team, including Chief Editor E. Howard and Editorial Director John Keller, reports on the latest tools, technologies, trends, opportunities, regulations, and related issues of vital importance to aerospace professionals throughout the entire industry.
"As the aerospace industry continues to grow and advance, Avionics Intelligence has evolved to meet the demand for information relevant to the broader aerospace community," Howard tells Military & Aerospace Electronics -- a sister franchise to Intelligent Aerospace at PennWell in Nashua, N.H.
"Intelligent Aerospace has been built from the ground up as the authority on news, technologies, and issues of import to aerospace professionals around the world.," says Howard, who is based in Spokane, Wash.
Intelligent Aerospace delivers in-depth coverage of modern avionics technologies and trends, as well as provides insightful information on air traffic control, airport operations and infrastructure, satellite communications, unmanned aircraft systems and payloads, and rotorcraft technologies.
In addition to covering technologies and trends throughout the advanced, integrated ground-to-air workflow, Intelligent Aerospace reports on technologies employed during the course of the entire aerospace product life cycle-from research & development and engineering design through testing, delivery, installation, and use to maintenance, repair & overhaul and reuse, recycle & disposal.
The new Website expands its editorial coverage from simply avionics technology news and analysis to enabling technologies for all phases of air travel and transport, from ground operations and infrastructure to aircraft, says Intelligent Aerospace Publisher Ernesto Burden.
Coinciding with the debut of the Intelligent Aerospace news portal, PennWell launches the Intelligent Aerospace conference and exhibition, built from the ground up to unite all segments of the aerospace community -- including air traffic control, airport operations, civil and military aircraft, rotorcraft and vertical-lift platforms, unmanned aircraft systems, and satellite communications.
The first Intelligent Aerospace conference and exhibition will be 6 to 8 Oct. 2015 in Amsterdam. More about the conference is online at www.intelligent-aerospace-event.com.
For more information on the new Intelligent Aerospace Website and conference contact Intelligent Aerospace online at www.intelligent-aerospace.com.