Dolan Falconer

Dolan Falconer

Mr. Falconer is co-founder and Chief Executive Officer of ScanTech Holdings LLC, an electron beam and X-ray technology small business developing industrial applications for its proprietary technology. ScanTech is a 2007 graduate of the Georgia Tech Advanced Technology Development Center (ATDC) and maintains its corporate headquarters at Technology Square in downtown Atlanta and manufacturing and engineering operations in Buford, GA.

Mr. Falconer is currently responsible for all corporate operations, M&A and venture investment activity within the company and has played a key role in securing investment capital to fund technology acquisition, start-up and product development activities. With twelve patents approved and ten patents pending, Mr. Falconer has successfully led ScanTech and its technology to the forefront of the homeland security and food safety industries.

ScanTech has received numerous local and national awards including the Best New Emerging Homeland Technology Company, the Top Ten Most Innovative Technology Company in Georgia, Finalist for Georgia’s International Deal of the Year and Runner-up at the Global Security Challenge. Most recently, Mr. Falconer led the spin-off of the Company’s security business and is in the process of qualifying its security scanning systems with the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) for acquisition and deployment in U.S. airports. Mr. Falconer has also led the spin-off of the company’s food safety business and has secured seed funding from the State of Texas for the construction of its first food treatment facility in McAllen Texas.

Mr. Falconer began his professional career in 1979 as a Graduate Research Fellow in Nuclear Sciences for the E. I. Du Pont De Nemours Company at the Savannah River Laboratory in Aiken, SC while enrolled in the School of Nuclear Engineering at Georgia Tech. Following completion of his nuclear engineering graduate studies, Mr. Falconer joined the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) where he was responsible for nuclear safety compliance inspections of the nation’s commercial nuclear power plants. In 1992, Mr. Falconer left the NRC to start Parallax, Inc., an 8(a) environmental and nuclear engineering management company which successfully grew from one office and an initial staff of 2 to seven offices nation-wide and a full-time staff of 200+ engineers, scientists and technicians. Mr. Falconer resigned his full-time involvement and exited Parallax in 2002 to start ScanTech.

Mr. Falconer is an alumnus of the Georgia Institute of Technology, B.S. Nuclear Engineering (’78) and M.S. Nuclear Engineering (’79). He is a National Consortium for Graduate Degrees for Minorities in Engineering and Science (GEM) fellowship recipient and a 2001 inductee into the Georgia Tech School of Engineering’s Academy of Distinguished Alumni.

Mr. Falconer currently resides in Atlanta, Georgia with his wife Kimberly and their four children, Dolan III, Cameron, Jackson and Clarke.