• What does GaN do?

    GaN provides technical and management services to government and commercial customers in the areas of Systems Engineering, Test & Evaluation, Software Engineering, and Information Technology. Our company has done work for the Department of Defense (DoD), White Sands Missile Range (WSMR), Operational Test Command (OTC), Redstone Test Center (RTC), Space and Missile Defense Command (SMDC), Corps of Engineers (COE), and the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA).

    Additionally, we build automation tools, such as a real-time financial reporting system that is sure to be an innovative differentiator for the future. Our company has a reputation among our customers for arriving at groundbreaking solutions utilizing cutting edge technology. GaN employees hold patents on ultra-wideband smart sensor technology, first-arriving-pulse detection apparatus and impulse radio technology.  Innovative and forward-thinking employees keep GaN on the vanguard of technology and support.

  • Core Capabilities

    Systems Engineering


    Concept Development; Requirements Development & Analysis; Design; Integration; Validation and Verification Read More

    Information Technology


    Hardware/Software, Information Assurance; Cybersecurity; Network Management; Collaborative Services Read More

    Test & Evaluation


    Test Planning and Execution; Instrumentation and Data Collection; Design of Experiments Read More

    Software Engineering


    Life Cycle Development; Code Analysis and Integration; Embedded Software and Hardware; Data Visualization & Analysis; Real-Time Applications Read More



    Offensive & Defensive Cyberspace Operations; DoDIN Operations; Cyber Effects Planning; Consulting Read More

Business Partnerships

  • ibm-bp

    GaN is an IBM Business Partner and authorized reseller

  • fujitsu-sp

    GaN is a Fujitsu SELECT Partner and is authorized to sell Mobile and Enterprise-class server and storage products

Technical Papers

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  • PAT. NO. – 8,098,794
    Moving-article X-ray imaging system and method for 3-D image generation
    Exclusive Licensing with NASA

    PAT. NO. – 6,763,083
    Article screening system
    Exclusive Licensing with NASA

    PAT. NO. – 7,075,476
    Ultra-wideband smart sensor interface network and method

    PAT. NO. – 6,762,712
    First-arriving-pulse detection apparatus and associated methods

    PAT. NO. – 6,670,909
    Ultra-wideband smart sensor interface network and method

    PAT. NO. – 6,661,342
    System and method for using impulse radio technology to track the movement of athletes and to enable secure communications between the athletes and their teammates, fans or coaches

    • Twenty-one Parameters for Rigorous, Robust, and Realistic Operational Testing
      June 2015 by Richard Kass, Ph.D.
      ITEA Journal
    • Firewall Port Handling in TENA Application
    • Introduction to DoDAF
    • Customized Logging for TENA Middleware
    • DTE-ARCH TENA Log Data Analysis
    • M&S Infrastructure Characterization Preliminary Results (06S-SIW-104)
    • Vehicle Health Management using Adaptive Techniques, NASA, Marshall Space Flight Center, TM-108472
    • “Framework for Understanding Experiment Design Validity,”
      Presentation to DOTE/OTA DoE Working Group, 20 Feb 2009
    • “Ultra Wide Band Signal Analysis,”
      2001 IEEE ISPCS Conference
    • “Ultra Wide Band Applications for Wireless Biomedical Applications,”
      2001 IEEE ISPCS Conference
    • “Image Segmentation using Best Fit Models”,
      3rd World Congress of Structural and Multidisciplinary Optimization, University of Buffalo, May 1999
    • “SHaRRP Field Test System (SFTS) Performance on TCMP-2A, Willow Dune 1 and Willow Dune 2,”
      Proceedings of the Combined TCMP, Willow Dune and SIT-97 Data Analysis Workshop, October 1997, Boston, MA.
    • “SHaRRP Target Selection Performance on TCMP-2B and Plans for -2A and -2C,”
      Proceedings Second TCMP Data Analysis Workshop, January 1997, Boston, MA.
    • “Modeling, Design, and Performance Analysis of a Parallel Hybrid Data/Command Driven Architecture System and Its Scalable Dynamic Load Balancing Circuit,”
      IEEE Trans. On Circuits and Systems, Vol. 44, No. 1, January 1997, pp. 22-40.
    • “Adaptive Target Selection Algorithms for Reentry Discrimination,”
      Optical Discrimination Algorithm Conference IV, September 1992, Huntsville, AL.
    • “Sensor Resource Management in Support of Multiple Sensor Data Fusion,”
      Third National Symposium on Sensors and Sensor Fusion, April 1990, Orlando, FL. (Paper accepted but not presented due to job change.)
    • “Sensor Resource Management Algorithms,”
      Joint Defense Laboratory C2 Symposium, June 1987, Washington, DC (Presentation only – Paper not cleared for Proceedings).
    • “Color Correlation Algorithm for a Low Resolution Two-Color Optical Sensor,”
      SPIE proceedings, Vol. 641, Acquisition, Tracking, and Pointing, April 1986, Orlando, FL.
    • “A Data Flow Language and Interpreter for a Reconfigurable Distributed Data Processor,”
      Proceedings ICCC-82, September 1982, New York, New York, pp. 56-59.
    • “The Design of a Fault-Tolerant Computing Element for Distributed Data Processors,”
      Proceedings Third International Conference on Distributed Computing Systems,” October 1982, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, pp. 171-176.
    • “A Hardware Task Scheduling Mechanism for a Real-Time Multi-Microprocessor Architecture,”
      Proceedings Real-Time Systems Symposium, December 1982, Los Angeles, California, pp. 113-123.
    • “A Distributed Computer Architecture for Real-Time Data-Driven Applications,”
      Proceedings Third International Conference on Distributed Computing Systems, October 1982, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, pp. 630-638.
    • “The Design of a Distributed, Fault-Tolerant Dynamic Pipeline Computer Architecture and Its Distributed, Fault-Tolerant Operating System,”
      M. S. Thesis, University of Kentucky, Department of Electrical Engineering, December 1981.
    • “The Design of a Distributed, Fault-Tolerant Dynamic Pipeline Computer Architecture and Its Distributed, Fault-Tolerant Operating System”
    • “Life Cycle Extension Strategies for Legacy Systems”
    • “Dynamic Pupil Analysis based on Computer Vision and its Impact on Gaze Determination,” Vanderbilt University
    • “Automation Based on Knowledge Modeling Theory and its Application in Engine Diagnostics using Space Shuttle Main Engine Vibrational Data”, University of Alabama Huntsville
    • “Complexation of Crown Ethers and Amines: A Theoretical and Experimental Approach”, University of California Berkeley
    • The Use of Color in the Output Analysis of Statistical Simulations, and Analysis of Estimators of Serial Correlation