Halldale is a modelling, simulation and training company in the B2B media space. Halldale is unique in having a global team of expert writers who are also simulation and training experts. Our editorial team comprises of ex-forces training personnel, ex-airline personnel, practising medical training experts and ex-simulation industry people. We have a dedicated publishing and event team working around the world.
Halldale leads the simulation and training information arena with a compelling combination of acclaimed simulation and training publications, aviation training conferences and tradeshows, electronic news and online information sources.
CAT magazine is the world’s only publication completely dedicated to airline training. Each issue typically has five or more major articles, industry news and analysis, reviews of recent events, an industry calendar and more. Key subjects include third-party training provision, CBT/WBT, visual systems, peripheral training curricula, ab initio training and sim technology in cabin, maintenance and pilot training. CAT has a unique international focus and supports the global airline industry by providing the most comprehensive reporting on training challenges and solutions.
MS&T magazine has been continuously published since 1985. The editorial content of MS&T changes to keep up with operational needs, changing training requirements and the demands of maximizing the benefits of training technology. Hot topics for the future include air, land and sea unmanned vehicles training, games in training, mixed and augmented reality, human performance improvement, mission rehearsal from squad to squadron and soft skills – people and culture.
Safety Critical Training & Training Technology suppliers have a huge opportunity in the next few years because 54% of global employees, c. 2bn people, ‘will require significant re- and up-skilling’ through 2022. (World Economic Forum 2018). 4.1m people are injured a year in workplace accidents in the US costing $74bn in compensation (US-OHSA) and the EU calculates that work related ill-health and injury costs EU476bn a year.
Combined with this cost pressure, all safety critical/high risk industries, Medicine, Mining, Marine, Oil & Gas, Transport etc. have similar challenges in the loss of experienced staff, a need to train, possibly globally, but certainly across multiple locations, cultures, and to do so not only cost effectively but more measurably in terms of rapid, sustainable, skills transfer.
SCT Newsletter addresses these challenges, investigating new technologies that will make these goals very attainable, AI, AR, VR, Blockchain, digital twins and enhanced games for training are just some of those.
8-10 September 2020