Announcements and Papers SPIE Invited Lasercom Paper Optics and Photonics August 11, 2019 Goodman Technologies will be presenting an Invited Paper on 3D/AM Lasercom Telescopes Monday afternoon for @NASA at @SPIEevents #SPIEOpticsPhotonics @NASAWatch Read More Air Force awards GT Phase II SBIR August 6, 2019 GT is pleased to be going to the next level for our Air Force customer. Our breakthrough Nanocomposite Technologies may provide solutions for many current and future aerospace programs. Read More Air Force Awards GT SBIR Open Topic AF192-001 August 4, 2019 AFRL And AFWERX have partnered to streamline the Small Business Innovation Research process in an attempt to speed up the experience, broaden the pool of potential applicants and decrease bureaucratic overhead. Beginning in SBIR 18.2, and now in 19.2, the Air Force has begun offering ‘Special’ SBIR topics that are faster, leaner and open to […] Read More Summer Highlights August 2, 2019 Small Business Administration selects Dr. Goodman for their Emerging Leaders StreetWise MBA™ certificate program. State of New Mexico provided GT with a 2019 New Mexico Small Business Assistance (NMSBA) Grant. Operations were established in Nevada and California. Several patent filings were made. Read More PRESS RELEASE: DoD and NASA Select Goodman Technologies SBIR Proposals May 15, 2019 The Pentagon’s Strategic Capabilities Office (SCO) has selected GT for a Phase I SBIR which will explore rapid manufacture of lightweight projectiles, with a contract anticipated to be awarded shortly. SCO’s mission is different from that of the Pentagon’s technology office, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), whose focus is on finding and prototyping […] Read More Nanoceramic Composites May 4, 2019 What are Goodman Technologies (GT) Nanoceramic Composites? They are purposefully engineered ceramic matrix composite materials to meet demanding requirements. GT nanoceramic composites provide multi-functionality such as being lightweight, dimensionally stable and survivable. We use 3D printing, additive manufacturing and other traditional composite processes to rapidly fabricate custom solutions for our customers most challenging requirements. How […] Read More Challenges will come, challenges will go. April 22, 2019 Challenges will come, challenges will go. Challenges are here to help us grow. Persistence-Perseverance-Outlast your Challenges and get to next level. Coaching Works. is it Your Time? Coach Bill in booth 665 #SPIEDCS #today Read More Exhibits SPIE Invited Lasercom Paper Optics and PhotonicsAir Force awards GT Phase II SBIRSummer HighlightsNanoceramic CompositesChallenges will come, challenges will go.