Event Date/Time: Jun 25, 2012 End Date/Time: Jun 28, 2012
Early Registration Date: Apr 19, 2012
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Delivering effective training to meet increasing demand and operational complexities
It is common wisdom that “soldiers must train like they will fight”. The more realistic the training, the more likely soldiers are to fight like they trained, that is, effectively and without of hesitation. The biggest problem with providing operationally realistic training is of course cost: major field exercises can be prohibitively expensive. This trade-off between realism and cost, however, has been substantially altered by the rise of ICT technologies: cutting-edge military simulations provide impressive realism and immersion at the fraction of the cost of field exercises.

At Joint Simulation and Training Africa 2012 you will hear about training and simulation technologies, as well as live training, from major defence, military and high-tech industry stakeholders from across Africa and the world. The focus will squarely be on training – the challenges, recent developments, changing needs - with simulation as the key enabler.

Benefits of attending
Learn how armed forces globally are using or plan to use the latest and future technologies for live, virtual and constructive training. Hear top military speakers across land, air and sea discuss how to use simulations for effective training.
Meet with senior military officers and defence industry representatives responsible for simulation, modeling, training development and training systems
Explore how to effectively use distributed, serious gaming and e-learning technologies in your training syllabus.