Simulation Strategy - Another Perspective

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    1. 1. SMI 2nd Annual Military Flight Training Conference London – 18 September 2013 Simulation Strategy Another Perspective Andy Fawkes
    2. 2. Simulation Strategy should be Easy
    3. 3. Why a Strategy?
    4. 4. Simulation Strategy? More Cost Effective Simulation
    5. 5. Outline • Simulation Benefits • Challenges – Demand Side – Supply Side • Towards a Strategy
    6. 6. My Background Images - UK MoD; NATO
    7. 7. Benefits of Simulation Reduce Costs Improve Training Reduce Environmental Impact Improve Safety Reduce Time to Train
    8. 8. Changing Attitudes “if I had the Choice I would Jump in a Simulator” “we should embrace a Step Change in the Exploitation of Modern Simulation” “Simulation will Never Replace Live”
    9. 9. Discussion and Debate
    10. 10. Plenty to Discuss DIS SEDRIS HLA Architectures Agent-based ASP Distributed M&S CORBA DoDAF Serious Gaming CBML Human-in-the-loop Monte Carlo Latency LVC SOAP AVCATT CATT MSHTF DSALT MCTS I/ITSEC ITEC SISO NMSG DTEC SCORM DLP VR synthetic environment RTI Federate SEBA EmulationConstructive CGF TENA Accreditation BOM VV&A AI AR FOM DTED
    11. 11. Live-Synthetic Balance !   !! # * ?  ?
    12. 12. Level Playing Field? Live and Synthetic
    13. 13. Challenges Demand Side
    14. 14. What Training? In the Air? MoD Images made available under the Open Government Licence
    15. 15. What Training? On the Ground? MoD Images made available under the Open Government Licence
    16. 16. Levels of Training? Individual Team Collective Joint Multi-National
    17. 17. Changing Needs
    18. 18. Mission Training Aviate Comms & Procedures Mission / Situational awareness Enemy Forces Friendly Forces Internal External othersFly Checks Crew Training Mission Training
    19. 19. Pilot screening and pre-selection
    20. 20. Measuring Training • Number Trainees? • Number Qualifications? • Feedback? • Continuous Evaluation?
    21. 21. Meeting the Requirement?
    22. 22. Who/What is the Technology Benefitting? • The Organisation – eg. improved cost effectiveness • The Trainee – eg. 24/7 access to knowledge • The Trainer – eg. audio/visual aids • All of the Above
    23. 23. Other Factors
    24. 24. Other Factors
    25. 25. Never Replace Live?
    26. 26. Challenges Supply Side
    27. 27. Fidelity • Physical – Spatial, tactile, and appearance • Functional – Format, content, and response • Environmental – Visual, sound, motion, and ambience
    28. 28. What is Important? 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 Physical Functional Environmenta l
    29. 29. Understanding your Fidelity Requirements Training Effectiveness Cost A B C
    30. 30. Network • Why Travel? • Why not Make it Easier for Others? • Why get Content in the Post?
    31. 31. US Pilot and UK FAC Training (2008)
    32. 32. Technology and Societal Change
    33. 33. Source – Vogue (Google Glass) Sep 13
    34. 34. It’s not just Simulation
    35. 35. Training and Education Technology
    36. 36. Digital Convergence • Digital technology advances and convergence offer the prospect of changing the way we create simulations, learn, deliver training content and interact with each other • We may need to train less Source - Digital Media Convergence in Flight Simulation and Training Conference 20/21 Nov 13
    37. 37. From iPad to Flight Simulator
    38. 38. Technology Change
    39. 39. Organisational Realities
    40. 40. Organisational Boundaries Office Systems Office Systems Sim Sim Sim Sim Sim Sim Sim DLP Learning Tech Learning Tech Learning Tech Learning Tech Sim Learning Tech ISTAR Systems C2 Systems C2 Systems ISTAR Systems Office Systems
    41. 41. Operating Models for your Training Capability Degree of Standardisation NetworkingCapability Hi HiLo • Networked • Non-Standardised Components • No Data Sharing • Networked • Standardised Components • Data Sharing • Not Networked • Non-Standardised Components • No Data Sharing • Not Networked • Standardised Components • Data Sharing
    42. 42. Your Simulation Strategy? • Agree Strategic Drivers • Match Fidelity with Needs • Balance of Investment across all Training Technologies • Decide Enterprise Strategy • Evaluate and Manage Change
    43. 43. Your Simulation Strategy? • Agree Strategic Drivers
    44. 44. Your Simulation Strategy? • Match Fidelity with Needs – Understand Fidelity and Cost Training Effectiveness Cost A B C
    45. 45. Your Simulation Strategy? • Balance of Investment across all Training Technologies – from an iPad to a Flight Simulator
    46. 46. Your Simulation Strategy? • Decide Enterprise Strategy – Network? Standardise Components? Share Data?
    47. 47. Your Simulation Strategy? • Evaluate and Manage Change Requirement Solution Evaluate
    48. 48. Your Simulation Strategy? • Agree Strategic Drivers • Match Fidelity with Needs • Balance of Investment across all Training Technologies • Decide Enterprise Strategy • Evaluate and Manage Change
    49. 49. Questions? andy.fawkes@thinke.co.uk

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