Issue 1/2019

Advertising Deadline – 14th February 2019
Publication Date – 7th March 2019

Forecast 2019: Hot Issues and Hot Technology Once again, the battlefield is changing. Traditional superpower rivalries are heating up, new weapon systems touted. How will the training community be expected to respond, and what new technology tools will they use to train the next generation of warfighters?

The Definitive I/ITSEC Review: Panels, Papers and People – MS&T’s editors and writers roamed the Orlando Convention Center’s vast caverns to see and discuss what’s significant in the global military simulation and training community, including procurement strategies, emerging technologies, and innovative applications by major players and startups. 

Training in the Cloud – Best Practices, Tools and Caveats – Group Editor Marty Kauchak provides an overview of the US Defense Department’s quickening pace of developing cloud-enabled training and education capabilities. 

Recruiting and Training for Persistent Cyber Defense – The US Army’s new Persistent Cyber Training Environment (PCTE) could provide clarity for trainers in the murky work of cyber warfare. Robert W. Moorman reports. 

Springtime in Scandinavia: ITEC Stockholm Preview – The 30th edition of the International Training and Equipment Conference will be in Sweden, which has led the VIKING series of exercises for two decades. The main tracks of discussion will include human, social, cultural and behavioural (HSCB) factors and performance in a connected age, simulation technologies and architectures, and how should “X Reality” scenarios feature in effective military and civil first-response training?

 


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