The only event for the Military Simulation, Training & Education community in Asia
MilSim is a 2 day conference focussing on the latest innovations, challenges and future requirements of the sector, to an expected crowd of 250 decision makers.
The conference will address the theme ‘Enhancing military capability in an era of Asian modernisation’ and will include leading presentations from:
Dr Dinesh Sathymoorthy
Senior Research Officer, Science & Technology Institute for Defence, Ministry of Defence, Malaysia
Brigadier Roger Noble
Director General -Training, Forces Command, Australian Army
Lieutenant Colonel Son. Eun Chul
Republic of Korea Army, Chief of Tech Support, Combined Battle Simulation Center, Combined Force Command
LTC (OF4) Marco Biagini, PhD
CD&E Branch Chief, NATO Modelling and Simulation Centre of Excellence, Italy
LTC Sérgio Simas Lopes Peres
Attaché of Simulation Division, Command Of Ground Operation, Brazilian Army, Brazil
Director – North America, Aerospace & Defense, Frost & Sullivan
Dr Michael Raska
Research Fellow, S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies (RSIS), Singapore
For the full agenda:
The complexity of modern conflict and sophistication of modern equipment makes great demands on military training systems. MilSim is the key event that provides a window on potential solutions using a critical mix of technology coupled with an understanding of human psychology to provide effective, timely training and education for modern military forces.
Military spending in Asia and Oceania increased by 5 per cent in 2014 and by 62 per cent between 2005 and 2014, reaching $439 billion in 2014, with further military spending still remaining on an upward trend.
MilSim Asia, delivered by the team behind the globally renowned ITEC exhibition and conference, will provide the leading networking opportunity for industry and military in the region. All of our programs are free for serving military to attend, and our dedicated VIP manager actively engages with senior officials to invite and secure senior delegations from key regional forces.
The conference program will feature keynote presentations from senior Military personnel delivering perspectives from across the region. These sessions will be complemented by cutting edge papers prepared by those at the forefront of training deployment, and those within industry that provides the innovative drive behind training product development.
Alongside the conference we will be hosting a boutique exhibition to enhance the delegate experience and engagement between the military, industry and academic realms.
‘MilSim Asia offers the perfect opportunity for us to deliver an engaging event for the military training and simulation community in a rapidly growing and developing region. By using our wealth of experience from organising ITEC, we will look to replicate the same success for exhibitors and delegates in Singapore next January’, Daniel Mortimer, Event Manager of MilSim.