The 8th Future Military Pilot Training/FMPT-conference, being held at ILA Berlin on 25th-26th April 2018, organised by Paul Bross of PB Enterprises, is a key event in the European training calendar. It will cover pilot training and simulation for fixed wing and rotary wing aircraft, combined training, mission training, networked- and night vision simulation. It brings together European industrial, military & governmental representatives, and offers plenty of opportunities for networking.
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For more than a decade the „Future Military Pilot Training (FMPT)“ Conference has taken place at the International Berlin Airshow, presenting a well-established mix of high ranking German and International speakers, from air forces, academia and industry, who will speak about their experiences with pilot training and lessons learnt. The FMPTC will provide an excellent meeting point, where over 70 high ranking senior experts will gather; military, government, NGO and industry. We will see presentations on training concepts and future perspectives for training, education and simulation. Nowadays the training syllabus will see a 50/50 split between live and synthetic flying, driving some requirements on the simulator and for the training. Many opportunities for networking will be available.
The 8th Future Military Pilot Training (FMPT) Conference will start on 25th and finish on 26th of April 2018. There will be two sessions each during two mornings, starting 9.00 am until 1.00 pm. Subjects of the conference are Simulation and Training for military pilots, with fixed wing and rotary wing aircraft, manned and unmanned, also jet trainer aircraft, virtual training using full flight simulators and part task trainers, also networked and distributed mission training. Newly addressed will be the operator-training of remotely piloted aircraft systems (RPAS). As always, we expect presentations from high-ranking representatives of the German Airforce and the German Army, the British, Italian and Spanish Airforces and obviously from industry.