Company Snapshot

Established in 1979 in Hampton, Virginia to supply aerospace research and development services to nearby NASA Langley Research Center, ViGYAN Inc. today provides an array of sophisticated technical expertise, from advanced aeronautics capabilities to next-generation computer systems.

 

We also own and operate a low-speed wind tunnel dedicated to the acquisition of both force and pressure data. The tunnel accommodates small, 3-D models. Read More

 

Our clients include a variety of U.S. civilian and military government agencies, as well as commercial interests in the private sector. Although our primary focus remains aeronautical engineering, our capabilities extend to electrical engineering design and fabrication and the development of data acquisition systems and systems controls. In addition, we are expert in software development, computer technology support, educational products and services and marketing management.

We are an SBA-certified, minority-owned, small disadvantaged business.

 

The company name is derived from the Sanskrit word for science.

 

Our Expertise

Our discipline-specific expertise includes aircraft aerodynamics, flight dynamics, performance and stability-control analysis, computational fluid dynamics, wind tunnel testing and aircraft control systems.

We operate facilities, oversee flight systems, administer computer systems, design, develop and install instrumentation and control systems and develop and implement marketing programs.

News & Events

ViGYAN has been awarded a number of recent technology development contracts:

 

• A NASA Phase II, “Development of a "Digital Bridge" Thermal Anemometer for Turbulence Measurements”

 

• An Army SBIR Phase I, “Identification of Traumatic Brain Injury using Abnormal Speech Audio Processing (TBI-ASAP)

 

• An Air Force Phase III SBIR, “Development of an Active Roll Damper System for the AEDC 16T Wind Tunnel”

 

• A NASA NRA entitled, “Shooting For The Stars With Our Feet On The Ground: Liberating Leapfrog Innovation”

 

• A NASA task for the Development of a Cryogenic-Rated Electric Propulsion Demonstration Rig (Open Rotor System)

 

 

 

The next TetrUSS Training Class is being planned. If interested please register.

 

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