Virtual Heroes, a division of Applied Research Associates, uses Unreal Engine to develop serious games (training games) and simulations.
Projects are mostly military and medical.
VTAK is the 3D and VR implementation of TAK. Basically a soldier or emergency worker can use it to import terrain of a real-world location, walk around the location at 1:1 scale, plan a mission, and monitor the mission in real-time from a virtual command center. It syncs up with GPS-tracked phones and other devices in the real world in real-time.
Some of my contributions to VTAK and VTAK-adjacent projects:
An augmented reality map of Marshall University. If user is on-campus, it will highlight their current location. Its main goal is to give new students and visitors a better understanding of the campus layout by showing it to them in a 3D and interactive format.
Learned C++, C#, Unity, Unreal and a smattering of other things. GPA 3.9