CAE announces partnership to integrate video game technology into its products

CAE announced a partnership with Behavior Interactive, one of North America’s leading independent game developers.

Under this agreement, these two Canadian companies, leaders in their respective fields of expertise, will combine their technological know-how to create innovative technological solutions.

In addition, Behavior Interactive will give CAE exclusive access to key multidisciplinary teams involved in the development of video game technology. This partnership will allow CAE to integrate video game technology into its high-performance products, allowing it to develop immersive training technologies that are more revolutionary than ever.

This partnership also demonstrates CAE’s continued focus on driving Canadian innovation in accordance with its commitments under the Industrial and Technological Benefits (ITB) Policy.

“We are thrilled to partner with Behavior Interactive to accelerate the implementation of new immersive digital solutions that will increase security and operational efficiency,” said Philippe Couillard, Vice President, Global Engineering. “CAE continually invests in the development of immersive digital training solutions that enable the creation of ultra-realistic high-fidelity virtual worlds; we are confident that this partnership will help strengthen CAE’s position as a global leader in emerging technologies.

“This partnership confirms the relevance of Behavior Interactive’s vision, which set up a team dedicated to non-video game business services in 2014,” said Dominique Lebel, Senior Vice President of Behavior Interactive. “We are impressed with the vision and the new technologies developed by CAE. It is a privilege to work with their teams to design innovative technological products.

About Interactive Behavior
Founded in 1992, Behavior Interactive is Canada’s largest independent video game developer and publisher with offices in Montreal and Toronto. The studio, which celebrates its 30th anniversary this year and has over 900 full-time employees, has had huge success with its original Dead by Daylight IP, with over 50 million players worldwide across all platforms. Behavior holds co-developer credits for some of the gaming industry’s biggest titles (such as Assassin’s Creed, Gears 5, and Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1 and 2) and has built an unparalleled, award-winning culture within the gaming industry. Winner of the Enterprise Fast 15 award, named one of Deloitte Canada’s Best Managed Companies, and ranked among the Best Workplaces in the Country by in 2021, Behavior is a leading development studio that promotes career growth and talent development within the gaming industry. Behavior partners with some of the world’s biggest brands including Microsoft, Nintendo, Sony and many more.

Source – CAE press release

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