Unity is currently in the headlines: For example, AppLovin is interested in a merger. As Bloomberg reports, the company behind the popular game engine also works more or less directly with the US military. It involves simulation techniques.
Unity has signed a three-year, multi-million dollar contract with IT company CACI International Inc. for this purpose. The latter directly supply the United States government with technologies for air surveillance, for example. According to Unity, this will support the government in designing human-machine interfaces. You can use your experience from the games industry here, because interactive user experiences are also in demand in the military.
Unity has long since not only supplied game developers with its Unity Game Engine and the technologies associated with it. However, the contract with CACI is probably the largest of its kind that Unity has been able to conclude to date. Previous contracts with the Ministry of Defense caused internal controversy. Apparently not all employees rate the relationships positively.
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