Doug Wagoner: SAIC Seeks Way Forward in Training, Education, Simulation Tech with New Serious Games Studio

Doug Wagoner
Doug Wagoner

TYSONS CORNER, VA July 13, 2015 — ExecutiveBiz reported Friday on Science Applications International Corp. (NYSE: SAIC) opening a new facility in Seattle where it will produce game-based training platforms for the defense, education and healthcare sectors.

The serious games studio will employ game designers and animators alongside engineers to develop products for mobile, desktop and game console platforms, SAIC said Thursday.

“Establishing a serious game studio is an important step for SAIC and its customers, to ensure that we continue to bring leading training and education solutions to the market, ” said Doug Wagoner, SAIC sector president.

“SAIC is committed to developing the latest technologies in training, education and simulation.”

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