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I/ITSEC 2019: Epic Games exploring military simulation market

3rd December 2019 - 17:28 GMT | by Richard Thomas in Orlando

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Perhaps better known in wider society for its successes in the commercial gaming sector, Epic Games’ decision to exhibit in Orlando is one that is likely to turn heads as the company looks to highlight how it could aid in the development of future military training solutions.

Moving into the military training market, Sebastien Loze, industry manager simulations at Epic Games, said that the company had three choices as to how it wanted to develop in the sector: develop internal programmes; acquire other companies; or form partnerships.

The company’s Unreal software engine has powered digital environments in non-military realms from

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