Simulation Conference 2018
– Rehearsal and Preparedness

Date:
Wednesday 2 May (with technical demonstrations 1 - 3 May)
Registration:

Open to registered accredited delegates, click here for FREE registration now

Hosted by the Asia Pacific Simulation Alliance, this Simulation Conference will focus on improving planning, training and rehearsal of procedures central to policing, homeland security, border protection, emergency management, and disaster response.

The Simulation Conference has been convened for the CIVSEC 2018 audience of security professionals and practitioners, technologists, scientists, researchers, policy makers, officials and executives from national and state departments, agencies, commissions, services and first responders.

An exclusive presentation will be held on LIVE (reality-based) training and mission rehearsal, and a panel address on the range of simulation techniques and capabilities from decision support, LVC, games/AR/VR, and experimentation.

Simulation and modelling technical demonstrations will be held by industry and academia to showcase the latest in tactical and procedural training within the CIVSEC  2018 exhibition.

Free of charge to attend, the Simulation Conference is open to accredited registered professional visitors to CIVSEC 2018. (Places are limited and pre-registration is recommended with pre-registration now available via our website here).

Simulation Conference 2018 – Rehearsal and Preparedness Program:

The program is convened by Dr Teresa Crea, Development Lead - Simulation, Visualisation & Immersive Technology, University of New South Wales and Dyan Moore, Managing Director, CombatFX & Pride Studios Pty Ltd.

Tuesday 1 May – DAY ONE

1230 - 1630

TECHNICAL DEMONSTRATIONS

Wednesday 2 May – DAY TWO (Plenary)

1200 - 1330

LIVE REALITY-BASED TRAINING AND MISSION REHEARSAL

Presentations on how our guest speakers use simulation to train with field/full-scale exercise - live vs virtual - followed by a panel on how they could do interoperability better.

Dr Alan Ryan
Executive Director
Australian Civil-Military Centre (ACMC)

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Mr Paul Durston
Superintendent, Queensland Fire and Emergency Services
Executive Manager Specialist Advisory Management

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1330 - 1530

TECHNICAL DEMONSTRATIONS

1530 - 1630

SIMULATION TECHNIQUES AND CAPABILITIES

Presentations on the range of simulation techniques and capabilities our guest speakers use from decision support, LVC, games/AR/VR, and experimentation followed by a panel discussion.

Dr Justin Fidock
Project Leader Contested Urban Environment Strategic Challenge
Defence Science and Technology Group (DSTG)

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Emre Deniz
Director - Opaque Space
Opaque Media Group

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Major Kristy Hudson
Supply Chain Branch, Joint Logistic Command
Australian Army

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Thursday 3 May – DAY THREE

0930 - 1130

TECHNICAL DEMONSTRATIONS