Wing Commander Martin Rendall
Officer Commanding, Air Battlespace Training Centre
Royal Air Force
- The information capabilities of new and future platforms demand a renewed approach to training and development. If tomorrow’s pilot is to effectively exploit the data that these aircrafts will provide, they must be able to prioritise and act on information at speed, and to adapt the ways in which they acquire and engage a target.
- Might the information-age pilot suffer from data overload?Training the pilot to take advantage of increased situational awareness and C2
- Prioritising tasks in a data-heavy setting and adjusting when data is “downed”
- How is Artificial Intelligence being leveraged to enhance TTPs in a future training regime?
- Delivering a training experience which accurately reflects the demands of contested operating environments
- Improving decision-making for pilots in the modern battlespace
- The complementary nature of live and synthetic training experiences. Where can simulation fill existing gaps, and to what extent is it realistic to reduce live training time?