Call for papers

Increasingly, military leaders are turning to modelling and simulation (M&S) for a number of applications. Ranging from the analysis of doctrine and plans through to its use as an asset for more efficient and cost-effective training. M&S usage is only set to grow with the advance of new technologies in hardware and software. With the rise of inexpensive equipment, highly detailed and customized simulations solutions are now readily available from a range of advanced providers, and military end users are deploying M&S can provide a full range of immersive scenarios, supporting everything  from mission rehearsals to live fire exercises.

This year, the main conference theme is “Introducing the Next Generation of Simulation and Training Technologies for Military/Law Enforcement”.

Military Simulation Asia 2019 invites papers and R&D covering the following subjects to participate:

•  Live Training Virtual Training

-   Virtual reality (VR)

- Simulation and systems for the development of individual/small unit tactics

- Approaches to blending Live and Virtual Training

•  Constructive Simulation and Modelling

- War gaming and development of models to test military plans, policy and doctrine

- Computer assisted exercises (CAX)

- Mission rehearsal and analysis

•  Best Practices in Simulation and Training: Military Perspective

- End users perspectives and current military requirements for modelling, simulation and training

- Matching training technology with the relevant instructional strategies and assessment in order for it to fulfil its desired purpose

- Approaches and plans from the military to enhance their training exercises

•  Interoperability and Training Collaboration

- Enabling coalition forces to “train the way they fight”

- Networked training and simulation between strategic partners

- Approaches to enhancing interoperability through modelling tests and evaluation

For more information, please contact Barney Reeves at barney.reeves@clarionevents.com  or at +442073 848 222. 


Deadline for submission: Friday 28 September 2018