September 25, 2014By Lance Baily

ITEC 2015: International Forum for the Military Training, Education and Simulation Sectors Abstracts Due Oct. 4th

Paolo Proietti, ITEC Committee Member sent in this reminder for Call for Papers for the ITEC 2015 Conference:

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Dear Lance,

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The International Forum for the Military Training, Education and Simulation Sectors is ITEC 2015!

ITEC is an annual forum for representatives from the military, industry and academia to connect and share knowledge with the international training, education and simulation sectors. Presenting a unique overview of the industry’s latest innovations, the event provides visitors with a platform to discuss developments in this evolving market and exchange ideas about future requirements for military training and simulation.Established for over 20 years, ITEC offers a world-class exhibition (free to attend) and conference showcasing the very latest products and services from leading organisations, as well as unique networking opportunities.

The deadline for submission is Friday 5th October 2014. Don’t miss your chance to share your views on the future of this ever-changing industry.

Overall Theme: ‘Advancing interoperability between nations and institutions in a globalised world through enhanced training and education

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ITEC 2015 themes:

  • Training & Education Policy (Strategy to Requirements)
  • Military Training & Education Delivery (Requirements to Delivery)
  • Procurement (Strategy to Delivery)
  • Cyber
  • Medical Simulation and Training
  • M&S Technologies and Architectures
  • First Response: Civil & Military Crisis Management

Medical Simulation Abstracts: Medical simulation provides unique opportunity to impart significant improvements to healthcare providers’ professional development, delivery of patient care, quality, safety, and ultimately patient outcomes across the continuum from War fighters to veterans returning home.  Simulation for medical training is quickly evolving as military and civilian healthcare embrace simulation technologies to educate, train, and even diagnose and treat.  From live to virtual and constructive, this theme will explore the advancements in technology that are leading to a healthcare training revolution.

I look forward to these presentation submissions!


Paolo Proietti

ITEC Conference Committee Member & Chairman of Medical Simulation Sessions
MIMOS (Italian Modelling & Simulation Association) – Deputy Chairman
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Click here to submit your abstract to ITEC 2015

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