G3 Systems Innovation – Our Platforms and Products:
Next Generation Simulation-based Training Architecture:
G3 developed a simulation based training architecture in early 2007 in response to requests from US Army Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC) from the Army Training Support Center (ATSC) to design an architecture for simulation-based training that was compatible with our prior design for the Army Training Information Architecture (ATIA). PEO STRI used a variation of our diagram in an RFP in early 2008.
Next Generation Modular Data Aggregation Architecture:
G3 leveraged the design of own simulation-based training architecture in 2009 to address the broader issue of needing to preserve the investment in and bridge mission critical data collections efforts for simulation-based training data across a variety of systems while being able to leverage that same information into an operations capability. The revolutionary new architecture has been reviewed by OSD and is under consideration for use.
Next Generation Multi-Platform Mobile Device Architecture:
G3 has been able to leverage our modular data aggregation architecture to tackle the difficult issue of deploying solutions to multiple mobile devices that normally would require different development approaches. G3 has a prototype of a multi-device container-configure-content solution that solves this problem. G3 Founder Miller has worked on mobile solutions since 1999 when he Co-Found Harmonia, Inc., now a world leader in mobile apps.
Operations Lifecycle Management (OLM) Platform:
G3 worked on a number of projects with the US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) since 2001 including a building construction error detection system and a building lifecycle cost calculator. These early systems have since given rise to our more comprehensive Operations Lifecycle Management (OLM) solution that is being used by commercial real estate managers, banks and multi-site medical and convenience store owners.
Banking Industry Web-based Compliance Platform:
G3 realized back in 2008 as the regulatory environment was changing for the banking industry that there was a huge need to address the consolidation happening in that industry due to TARP and reconcile that change with the need for individual compliance problems that could adversely impact organizational compliance. G3 has built a platform that protects both personnel assets and facilities assets for small and medium sized banks.
Healthcare Industry Web-based Personal Health Record (PHR) Platform:
G3 has been focused on medical solutions since our first surgical simulation project in 1995. In 2008 G3 was given the opportunity to develop a highly scalable and highly secure modular enterprise architecture to manage personal health records (PHR) for CVS. Since then we have developed our own optimized PHR user interface that can run atop of our system or other industry standard solutions and offers superior diagnostics support.
High Performance Web-based GIS Platform:
G3 realized back in 2004 that there were serious limitations to the web-based GIS solutions from ESRI. So, we built our own GIS platform called InteractiveGIS (iGIS). The iGIS platform offers a number of key features such as easy to use on-screen digitizing input tools via a web browser, shared boundary data, secure shared data layers, printing and PDF output of up to E-size drawings from a web browser and up to 8x faster screen redraw.
Natural Language Processing and Semantic Search Platform:
G3 realized in 2007 that the popularity of Google would soon make search the primary method of interacting with information. In 2008, G3 began work on a platform that combines a Natural Language Processing Relationship Analysis Engine (RAE) and Semantic Search to produce more accurate and meaningful search results. G3 now automates metadata tagging of entire document repositories and automates RFP proposal compliance using RAE.