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ITEC 2019: A-ha moments for warfighter solutions

1st May 2019 - 13:00 GMT | by Trevor Nash, Helen Haxell in London


Modelling and simulation research is determining that one major challenge, facing technological developments in this arena, is the relationship between human communication and interaction with technology.

Elaine Raybourn, committee chair at ITEC 2019, explained that whilst this is the case it is motivating studies into the effectiveness of AI in this field.

She added: ‘This is a great time to also be exploring augmented reality and virtual reality. And certainly, the emphasis of what computer games have brought to our industry and the way that we have changed the way we train to make it more immersive and more experiential.’

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Trevor Nash


Trevor Nash

After a career in the British Army, Trevor Nash worked in the simulation and training …

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Helen Haxell


Helen Haxell

Helen Haxell was Air Editor at Shephard Media, having joined in February 2016 as Editor …

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