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Releases of pRTI 5.5.6 and Unreal Engine Connector 1.2

Pitch Technologies is happy to announce we’ve recently enhanced our infrastructure product suite with new releases of Pitch pRTI and Pitch Unreal Engine Connector. The releases contain several overall performance improvements and takes care of a few minor issues. Pitch pRTI 5.5.6 Pitch pRTI is the core of Pitch simulation

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Join us at Eurosatory

We’re happy to announce that we will participate in the Eurosatory exhibition in Paris, 13-17 June. Join our team in Hall 5A at stand HG 511 to learn more about how Pitch’s products and services can provide interoperability, communication and after action review capabilities for your training systems. This year

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Join us at DSET

For the first time you’ll find Pitch as one of the exhibitors at DSET, 7-10 June, in Bristol, UK. Visit our stand to see some of our latest tech for military Communications, After Action Reviews and Interoperability in action. Pitch will also host three exclusive fireside chats with guest speakers

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Pitch at SIW 2022

Pitch is a proud sponsor of SISO– the Simulation Interoperability Standards Organization. At the annual SISO Simulation Innovation Workshop (SIW) and SIMposium events Pitch often publish papers and gives presentations. During the 2022 Virtual SIW in February, Pitch persons will present the following papers and presentations: Presentations:A First Look at

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Pitch safety

Log4j statement

Recently a vulnerability in some versions of Log4j has been discovered, as described in CVE-2021-44228 in the NIST National Vulnerability Database. Pitch products do not contain, or are distributed with this package. Users that themselves have installed vulnerable versions of this library together with a Pitch product are strongly recommended

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Pitch Café Fall 2021

Take the time to catch up on the latest distributed simulation technologies with Pitch. We will be hosting free webinars on a series of topics related to distributed simulation. See below for more information on upcoming sessions. Webinar presentations and demonstrations will be approximately 30 minutes long followed by Q&A

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