GINIA offers a platform to connect our research partners with the right government clients to deliver state-of-the-art technology solutions to support the government’s most complex problems.
Every department of the U.S. Government has its own funding agency or other entity to sponsor research projects to support the unique mission of the individual department. To target each agency’s specific needs, GINIA offers cleared SMEs to understand and capture the requirements to explore potential innovations. We translate classified requirements into executable unclassified research projects which invites engagement from academia. GINIA partners with non-traditional performers of government research such as universities to bring fresh ideas and innovations to government research, thus maturing the technologies to support our nation’s safety and security missions.
Space Situational Awareness becomes more critical because there are arrays of satellites launched into earth orbit by many commercial companies. GINIA partnered with leading universities to develop cutting-edge technologies in Space Situational Awareness, track space objects and predict the locations of those objects in given time to mitigate a potential threat to satellites and launches.
Artificial Intelligence (AI)
GINIA focuses on the development of AI applied to a wide range of government applications to connect data and machine learning which enables machine intelligence. New generation AI builds optimal mathematical models based on big data that brings a new level of experience in automated detection, prediction, data analysis, and decision making to users.
Computer Vision is one of the fields that has benefited the most from the recent development in AI and Deep Learning. GINIA has partnered with a number of leading universities to bring state-of-the-art CV algorithms to support our clients’ hard problems.
Remote Sensing is acquiring information from a distance. Various government agencies use different remote sensors on satellites and aircrafts to observe Earth in support of specific missions such as global situational awareness, intelligence, military, and humanitarian mission planning. GINIA offers cutting-edge technology developed with our research partners to support those missions that are critical to our nation’s safety and security.
A persistent U.S. Government need – for global situational awareness as well as military, intelligence, and humanitarian mission planning – is timely access to geospatially accurate 3D/4D object data. GINIA and our research partners develop ways to capture 3D/4D spatial information to include geometry and surface properties of objects plus temporal changes on the Earth more efficiently.
C5ISR (Command, Control, Computers, Communications, Cyber, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance) is five core capabilities and the foundation for every mission of the U.S Department of Defense and U.S. Intelligence Agencies. GINIA, with a large network of partners, covers key technologies for C5ISR and develops solutions that provide timely access to the information to support our nation’s military, humanitarian, and intelligence missions.
Unmanned systems equipped with new AI technology are making fully autonomous missions possible. Together with our research partners, we have extensive experience researching and developing technologies applied to unmanned systems for various applications such as aerospace, surveillance, and maritime.
Modeling & Simulation
The U.S. Government has invested in the development of modeling and simulation capabilities for training, planning, and analysis to support military and humanitarian missions. GINIA provides various modeling and simulation capabilities for building 3D models, high-fidelity simulations to support decision making, virtual training, and more.
GINIA focuses on solving various estimation and control challenges in robotics automation. Our partners have a deep understanding in Human-Robot collaboration, GPS-denied navigation of unmanned aerial systems, improved autonomy, sensor data fusion, and soft (human-provided) information.
The Smart City concept is to collect big data by using different types of sensors and methods to improve all aspects of operations in an urban area. GINIA is advancing Smart City technologies by enhancing big data analytic capabilities with secured communication to monitor, collect, analyze, and process data generated from multiple devices across the city.
With extensive experience in Cybersecurity, GINIA is able to support both commercial and government clients’ compliance with FISMA, NIST, DoD, and HIPPA regulations and standards.