For 2019, DSET will continue to increase the military and industry attendees to the event to build upon what has become a regular community driven opportunity to meet to discuss challenges and innovations.
The endeavour to deliver a community driven conference and event will continue for March 2019.
DSET NEEDS YOUR INPUT
Once again, we are looking to the community to provide us with direct feedback on your challenges in the marketplace whether you are Military or Industry. Please take a moment to complete our brief survey below which will then contribute to the themes and direction for the conference and discussions at DSET 2019 and beyond.
Serving Military or Government employees
Members of Industry
DSET was set up in 2016 to facilitate military to military engagement; and to give military the opportunity to educate industry in a challenge lead approach.
International military and government drive the DSET agenda and deliver the majority of presentations.
DSET was set up with a very clear set of objectives: A military set agenda; a predominately military delivered conference; and to provide a relevant open community forum for honest debate and discussions amongst the military and industry of the training and simulation sector.
The co-location of DSET alongside Omega’s Future Indirect Fires, enable a pairing of two communities with very strong ties, and the joint interest in training, education and simulation allow international military representatives to discuss their current and future training challenges and requirements for JTAC and Forward Air Controllers in a highly focussed environment.
DSET runs a Military Advisory Panel (MAP) throughout the year for each DSET to ensure that the sessions address issues raised by the Military.
We aim for this to be a forum of real action and engagement for all attendees.
DSET was held for the first time in Feb 2016, with 200 attendees, 60% of whom were military, with 15 countries represented and a predominantly military delivered conference programme.
2017 saw 300 attendees with the same military to industry ratio, and 17 countries represented. The 2018 event again saw more attendees than previous years from the Training and Simulation sector, from 18 countries.