From left, top: Bob Sottilaire, Christine Perey, Brandt Dargue, Fridolin WildFridolin Wild presented a keynote and participated in a panel on December 2 about the IEEE Augmented Reality Learning Experience Model at I/ITSEC, originally planned to take place in Florida/US, but taking place virtually. He was joined on the panel by Christine Perey, Independent Analyst & Spime Wrangler of Perey Research & Consulting, Brandt Dargue, Associate Technical Fellow (Adaptive Learning and Virtual Environments) of Boeing, and Dr Robert Sottilare, Director of Learning Sciences at Soar Technology Inc. Prof Wild presented a keynote about the IEEE ARLEM standard for augmented reality learning experience models. The panel discussed implications, enterprise interoperability, obstacles to implementation, and links to other relevant standards like the xAPI. The Interservice/Industry Training, Simulation and Education Conference (I/ITSEC) is the world’s largest modeling, simulation and training event, bringing together army, navy, air force, and industry, taking place annually in December in Orlando, Florida, US.