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  • To date we are capable of suggesting a real environment to trainees using simulators quite well in a number of conditions.  However, the more extreme these conditions get, the less real the virtual environment becomes.  Moreover, operation in extreme conditions is typically taken apart in bite-size chunks and trained using isolated simulation environments Read More
  • The main changes to be faced by Navies are the global political situation, operational circumstances, political focus and influences from society.

    These changes call for flexible operating Navies, agile, anticipating on developments, multi-purpose ships, modular build up crews, cost efficient operation but still with the required Operational Readiness. The traditional way of looking at the Material and Personnel Readiness is a ship with its own complete crew. Ship and crew are subdued to a respectively maintenance and training cycle. However, material and personnel readiness are 2 separate elements. When combined and with the right operational training it results in a unit with the desired Operational Readiness.

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  • Interview with Lt Col Sergio Peres, Brazilian Army

    19-May-2016 by: Lt Col Sergio Peres
    The simulation budget has been reduced over the last 12 months. In the Brazilian Army, we are trying to show to the decision makers the benefits of using simulation for training. We are endeavoring to present to the authorities all the simulation training modalities aiming to increase the simulation budget within the Brazilian Army. Read More
  • Interview with LTC Jan Hodicky, NATO M&S COE

    19-May-2016 by: LTC Jan Hodicky
    A buzzword that echoes down all E&T corridors last years; Hybrid Warfare; hasn't brought so far such a vast changes in the S&T community. More than finding common understanding of that phenomenon, we should be focused on the future threats and mainly its mixture in the complex and dynamic scenarios.    Read More
  • Interview with Lieutenant Colonel Rolf Thielmann

    19-May-2016 by: Lieutenant Colonel Rolf Thielmann
    The German Armed Forces are on the way to realize a competence-based approach to individual and team training. In my presentation I will introduce the idea of this approach and will inform the audience about our program at various military schools to test our concept in selected trainings. Read More
  • Interview with Captain Bill Roto Reuter

    19-May-2016 by: Captain Bill Roto Reuter
    The advances in technology, both hardware and software, have given rise to even higher fidelity and realism.  This is allowing for even more training to be conducted in the synthetic environment and in some cases, even better than the live environment! Read More
  • Aviation operations are very demanding due to their very complex environment made of advanced systems requiring fast reaction on decision making. So the training should be even more demanding in order to  let the operator able to proper respond to the situation. Our approach consists of training the human brain to manage the stress in such complex situation in order to take the right action. Read More
  • Interview with David Jones

    19-May-2016 by: David Jones
    To build our own capability and capacity through the effective use of training, and technology, in the multi-agency, especially Civ-Mil liaison and operations, space. Read More
  • Interview with Colonel William Monfries

    19-May-2016 by: Colonel William Monfries
    The contemporary operating environment is increasingly complex and connected, so identifying the right training and education solutions is more complex and needs to be better connected. We don't deploy as armies or navies any more, but as joint organisations within whole-of-government and multi-national capabilities. So we need to train like this too, but we don't have the internal expertise to design and deliver highly connected, enterprise-and-beyond learning. We need industry and academia to help and to partner us. And this has to happen in financially constrained times. Read More
  • Interview with Cdr Paul Pine

    19-May-2016 by: Cdr Paul Pine
    Interorganisational Networks (IONs) are vehicles for groups of organisations to work together to solve complex problems or realise joint goals that cannot be achieved on their own. With the Enterprise Approach theme of ITEC 2016 clearly in this space, my presentation will share my recent MSc research into IONs and what actually makes them effective. Read More
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