November 19 - 21, 2019
Hilton Garden Inn San Antonio, Live Oak, TX

2018 Presentations

Leveraging Game-Based Technology to Deliver 5th Gen Readiness

Leveraging Game-Based Technology to Deliver 5th Gen Readiness

  • Introducing Prepar3DTM as an open-architecture, all-in-one simulation engine
  • Leveraging Virtual Reality and Mixed Reality to create immersive training environments
  • Building realistic scenarios to support training from initial to advanced

Presentation by Adam R. Breed, Engineering Project Manager, Prepar3D, Lockheed Martin Corporation

Developing a Realistic Threat Environment and Maintaining Pilots Operational Readiness

Developing a Realistic Threat Environment and Maintaining Pilots Operational Readiness

  • Incorporating new training styles and providing the latest in flight simulator technology to deliver pilot training
  • Developing instructional plans for future pilot classes to fly existing and future aircraft
  • Equipping new pilots with the necessary skills for successful operational deployment
  • Circumventing budget shortages through smarter use of resources in pilot training

Presentation by Colonel Gerard Ryan, Chief, LVC-OT, U.S. Air Force

Live Virtual Constructive for Training (LVCT)

Live Virtual Constructive for Training (LVCT)

  • CNO guidance
  • Live, Virtual, Constructive for Training (LVCT)
  • Addressing LVCT Change
  • LVCT Management: Organize for enterprise approach
  • LVC Distributed Operations Center (LVCDOC): Create a technical gap ID and R&D LVC environment

Presentation by Kent Gritton, NAWCTSD

Learning Next: Ensuring Our Competitive Advantage for the Next Fight

Learning Next: Ensuring Our Competitive Advantage for the Next Fight

  • Priorities for innovating trainings
  • Machine learning and AI for next generation pilot training

Presentations by Lt. Col Matthew D. Strohmeyer, Commander, 560th Flying Training Squadron, U.S. Air Force

Adaptive Learning and What's Next

Adaptive Learning and What's Next

  • Basic training to high performance, high reliability environments
  • Adaptive learning has transformational potential for all levels of training where the resulting performance matters
  • Learning engineering for the future needs to advance, the impact will be significant

Presentations by Ulrik Juul Christensen, MD, Chief Executive Officer, Area9 Lyceum