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ITTC Tactical Training Seminar – 2023

Redefining the Training Pipeline

Plan to attend this in-person event featuring an excellent lineup of speakers, including senior staff from Air Forces and key industry representatives. Topics of discussion are aimed at addressing the common training challenges facing participants in the current and future battlespace.

This seminar is recommended for:

  • Military Senior Staff
  • Military Delegates or Defence Attachés
  • Representatives from related Aerospace and Defence Industries

Expert presentations and Q&A sessions include:

  • Emerging trends and training concepts for 5th Gen fighter pilots.
  • Advanced training practices to increase efficiency and reduce cost.
  • Maintaining pilot proficiency while offloading training to advanced simulation.
  • Modifying training syllabi using download techniques to lower-cost aircraft.
  • Implementing Mixed Reality and LVC solutions in advanced pilot training.
  • Using Virtual Reality in training and testing attack helicopter systems.

Presenters in London, Ontario Canada:
Lockheed Martin | Korea Aerospace Industries | Boeing | Cognovi Labs | Varjo | Battlespace Simulations Inc. | 2 Circle | Corona Aerospace | CAE | Metrea Solutions | TeraSynth | CogSim Technologies | Dave Wheeler | Billie Flynn | Flight Deck Solutions |

The event will consist of presentations and multiple technical tours, featuring demonstrations of Mixed Reality and Live Virtual Constructive training currently in use at ITTC. A tour of the Advanced Aircraft Simulation Centre and the demonstrations of the in-house developed Helmet Mounted Display, Advanced Configurable Avionics System and 5th Gen Surrogate Training Aircraft will provide delegates with an insight into the technologies in use at ITTC.

ITTC has been at the forefront of introducing these technologies into its programmes ranging from Fighter Lead-in Training (FLIT) to Fighter Weapons Instructor Courses (FWIC). Air Forces around the world are embracing the same technologies and there is much to be learned from the experiences of friendly and allied nations regarding current and future implementation.

Date: 24-25 May 2023
Time: 08:30 am – 17:00 pm EST

Please join us in London, Ontario Canada. If you cannot attend in person, we will have online streaming. Each registration includes a complimentary ticket to the evening networking dinner on 24th May 2023.



Airport to London – ITTC is located at the London International Airport and approximately 2 hours from the Toronto Pearson International Airport. Car rentals are available at the airports and the Robert Q Airbus will transport passengers from the Toronto Pearson airport to your hotel in London.

The Detroit Metro Airport is approximately 2.5 hours from London by car and the Buffalo Niagara International Airport is approximately 3 hours from London by car. Land border crossing is required.

Once in London, Uber and Taxi services are readily available.


ITTC has preferred rates at London hotels:

Delta Hotels – Book your group rate for the International Tactical Training Centre Seminar
The Park Hotel – Book your group rate for the International Tactical Training Centre Seminar

More information:

  • London is a very multicultural city located in Southwestern Ontario. There is something for everyone with restaurants, arts and culture and shopping.  Read more about London. If you wish to bring a partner on this trip, we can suggest daily activities.
  • The Canadian dollar is the currency in London.
  • The average temperature in May is 18 degrees Celsius (65 degrees Fahrenheit).
  • At this time, vaccine passports are not required for entry into Canada.
  • A photo ID will be required to pick up your registration badge.
  • Please let us know if you require a letter of invitation for travel or have special dietary needs.
  • ITTC is a division of ITPS Canada. The address is 2410 Blair Blvd. London, Ontario N5V 3Z9 (located at the London International Airport).

We look forward to seeing you in London!

Photo Credit: Tourism London, Forks of the Thames