Joint Forces Simulation & Training Conference

Documentation - February 2-3, 2015- London, United Kingdom

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As defense budgets are squeezed and the nature of modern war fighting changes, military projects and procurement are increasingly focusing on the unification of air, land, maritime and special operations forces. As a result, a more holistic approach is being taken in the way training capabilities are delivered.

Countries are embracing the need to develop training tools and simulators that enable the forces to react quickly to any situation. In fact, the value of global military simulation and virtual training programs is expected reach a value of US$12.6 billion by 2024.

Returning for for its sixth year and following on from the major success of previous events, we are proud to present the 6th annual Joint Forces Simulation & Training Conference, 2nd – 3rd February, 2015, London.

As militaries focus on collectively implementing innovative simulation and virtual training systems that are both cost effective and successful in the delivery of training, this conference is a must attend event. Join us and be part of a major networking experience showcasing in depth discussions on joint forces training initiatives, plus a spotlight on current training tools which allow the development of strategic alliances and knowledge transfer, such as computer games and smart devices.


Key topics include:

  • Assessing how NATO Defence College is effectively extending simulative techniques throughout the alliance
  • Implementing computer games as a ‘serious tool’ to keep military trainees motivated during training
  • Meeting the challenge of providing operationally relevant and affordable training
  • An assessment of the Connected Forces initiative


Benefits of Attending

This two day networking event will invite in depth discussion on the key drivers impacting joint forces training. Join use and gain in depth knowledge of the integrated training plans of key militaries from around the world.

  • Learn about the approaches taken by national and international forces to ensure cohesive training
  • Understand the importance of developing an integrated approach that works
  • Hear cutting edge presentations from key decision makers involved in training and simulation from across the globe
  • Network with your peers and build lasting relationships


Plus an Interactive Half-Day Post-Conference Workshop | Wednesday 4th February 2015, 08.30am – 12.30pm

eLearning revisited - A practical, wide-ranging review of the techniques, tools and strategies essential for delivering successful eLearning
Workshop Leader: Tim Neill, Independent eLearning Consultant



‘Very good mix of detailed & focused presentations’
French Army General Staff

Speakers

  • Amit Kapadia, OneSAF Lead Systems Engineer, U.S. Army PEO STRI
  • Andrew Gray, Helicopter Programme Manager, European Defence Agency
  • Andy Eccleston, SO1 Equipment Capability, Joint Air Land Organisation (JALO), Joint Forces Command, Royal Air Force, High Wycombe
  • Andy Fawkes, Director, Thinke Company Ltd
  • Bjorn Persson, Head of Education Programmes, Air Combat Training School, Swedish Armed Forces
  • Brigadier David Southall OBE, Commandant HQ RSME Group, Royal School of Military Engineering
  • Brigadier General Dzintars Roga, Assistant Chief of Staff, Joint Education, Training and Exercise, Allied Command Transformation
  • Captain Meelis Soukand, Teacher of Modeling and Simulation Systems, Estonian Defence Forces, Estonian National Defence College/ Simulation center
  • Colonel Andrew Kennedy, Assistant Chief of Staff, G-3, Marine Air Ground Task Force Training Command Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center
  • Colonel Andrew Cuthbert, Commander British Military Advisory Training Team (Czech Republic), BMATT (CZ) (Vyskov)
  • Colonel Uwe L. Heilmann, German Air Force, Branch Head, C4ISTAR, NATO Joint Air Power Competence Centre
  • Ekaterina Prasolova-Førland, Associate Professor, Faculty of Social Sciences and Technology Management, Norwegian University Of Science And Technology
  • Group Captain Mark Gorringe, Chief of Staff, Joint Air Land Organisation, HQ Air Command, RAF High Wycombe
  • Jonathan Read, Head of the UK Office, Bohemia Interactive Simulations
  • Lieutenant Colonel Christoph Hegele, Senior S3 Officer, German Army Aviation School, German Armed Forces
  • Matt Grafton, Officer Commanding, Air Battlespace Training Centre, RAF Waddington
  • Matthew Trubow, CEO, Hidden Creative
  • Paul Thurkettle, Section Head, NATO Education & Training Technologies, NATO
  • Randall Hill, Ph.D., Executive Director, USC Institute for Creative Technologies
  • Recep Unal, Commander, Air Training, Turkish Air Force
  • Roar Wold, Head of Educational Support and Sims, Norwegian Army Military Academy, Norwegian Army
  • Squadron Leader Joseph Doyle, SO2 Synthetic Training Delivery, Air Capability (Air Enablers), Air Command, RAF High Wycombe
  • Tess Butler, PR Director, Bohemia Interactive Simulations, CEO, Ruddy Nice Ltd
  • Tim Neill, Independent eLearning Consultant, Independent eLearning Consultant
  • Tom Ball, Technical Director, Close Air Solutions
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Who Should Attend

  • JBTSE Project Managers
  • JBTSE Commercial Managers
  • Joint Staff
  • PEOs Training
  • Training Project Managers
  • Business Development Managers for Training Solution Providers
  • Scientific Defence Advisors
  • Researchers
  • Test and Evaluation Officers
  • Simulation Project Managers
  • Modelling and Simulation Analysts
  • Simulation Development Officers
  • Simulation Engineers
  • Defence Advisors
  • Technical Analysts
  • Simulator Standards Instructors
  • Scientific Defence Analysts
  • Product Development Managers
  • Project Support Executives
  • Senior Systems Engineers
  • Technical Integration Managers
  • Mission Planning Officers
  • Flight Test Engineers
  • Operations Managers
  • Capability Managers


Venue

Holiday Inn London Bloomsbury
Coram Street
London, WC1N 1HT
United Kingdom
Event details
Organizer :SMi
Event type :Conference
Attendance :Physical Event
Reference :ASDE-3526

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