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ITEC is the international forum for the Military Simulation, Training & Education Community. ITEC has been running for 28 years in different locations throughout Europe.

The 28th edition of ITEC will take place in Stuttgart, Germany. Stuttgart is recognised for its engineering history and is the headquarters for many high-tech international companies.

The international forum for the military simulation, training and education community

ITEC is the annual forum where representatives from across the military, industry and academia connect and share knowledge about military simulation, training and education community. Presenting a unique overview of the industry’s latest innovations, the event provides visitors with a platform to discuss developments in this evolving market and exchange ideas about future requirements for military training and simulation.

Established for over 28 years, ITEC offers a world-class exhibition (free to attend) and exhibition showcasing the very latest products and services from leading organisations, thought provoking papers as well as unique networking opportunities . Join the ITEC community on 15-17 May 2018 at Messe, Stuttgart.

The importance of military training and education has become prevalent following recent world events. ITEC seeks to provide visitors with information about the latest innovations and technologies of the industry. Simon Williams, Clarion Defence & Security Chairman, recently reflected on the relevance and importance of military training in today’s world.

 “The challenge faced by today’s defense and security forces has been placed in stark relief through recent events in Paris and Syria. At one end of the spectrum our security forces have to eliminate individual terrorists armed with automatic weapons on crowded city streets, and at the other armed piloted and remotely piloted aircraft deliver effect against terrorists in their bases. The demand for skilled, capable, and flexible soldiers, sailors and airmen to complete these missions has never been higher, and we are seeing many countries reversing years of declining defense spending to man, equip and train to meet these changing times.”