The development of training areas under the ASMTI presents a unique opportunity to create advanced training areas.
Advanced training areas provide the ability to establish a multi-domain training environment where digital communications, augmented reality, autonomous systems, robotics and simulation are integrated with facilities and the environment.
The multi-domain environment will enable personnel to train more realistically, with sophisticated scenarios and with the equipment and systems being introduced over the coming decades.
Design and planning for the development of advanced training areas has commenced. Defence continues to encourage and facilitate discussion with government, science, technology and industry stakeholders to ensure an adaptable approach to advanced training areas that allows for the incorporation of new technologies.
The ASMTI will also provide opportunities for building skilled local workforces to service and maintain the advanced training facilities and infrastructure. Defence will consult with local universities, the Queensland Government and local councils about how the Central and North Queensland regions can realise these opportunities.
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Defence held an industry briefing in November 2018 to discuss the challenges and opportunities associated with developing future training environments. See the presentation below.
Industry representatives attended a Defence workshop in November 2018 focusing on future training environment systems. See a summary of the workshop and its outcomes below.