Halldale Group will bring a significant presence to the upcoming Defence Simulation, Education, and Training (DSET) 2024 event, taking place from June 10-13 in Bristol, UK. As the lead media partner for this prestigious event, Halldale's Military Simulation & Training (MS&T) team will be on the ground, engaging with the global S&T community.

In a testament to the importance of DSET 2024, Halldale Group Founder and CEO, Andy Smith, will be flying in from Florida to attend the event personally. Smith's attendance underscores Halldale's commitment to fostering collaboration, innovation, and growth in the defence simulation and training sector.

Joining Smith will be MS&T Special Correspondent Andy Fawkes, Dim Jones, and Halldale Business Development Director Jeremy Humphreys. Their presence ensures comprehensive coverage of this pivotal event for our readers and partners. For those on site in Bristol, come along to our booth at K1 and meet our team.

Now in its ninth year, DSET has established itself as a premier platform for military, academia, and industry professionals to converge, share insights, and drive advancements in simulation and training. With over 150 speakers and 70 exhibitors expected, DSET 2024 promises to be a hub of knowledge exchange and networking.

Tess Butler, CEO of Ruddy Nice, the event organisers, emphasizes DSET's core values: "It's all about growing and supporting the S&T community through its people, collaboration, and action. We're trying to remove as many barriers as possible." This ethos aligns perfectly with Halldale's mission to connect and empower professionals across the simulation and training landscape.

The event's hybrid format, offering both virtual and in-person sessions, ensures global accessibility - a feature that resonates with Halldale's international readership. Whether you're attending in Bristol or tuning in online, the Halldale and MS&T team looks forward to connecting with you.

Stay tuned to www.halldale.com for exclusive updates, interviews, and insights from DSET 2024. Don't miss this opportunity to be part of the conversation shaping the future of defence simulation and training.