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    • 1989 Economic Impact Of The Georgia Tech Research Institute 

      Georgia Tech Research Institute (Georgia Institute of Technology, 1990-03)
      GTRI impacts Georgia's economy through the revenue it earns, the services it provides through state-funded assistance to industry and communities, and the spinoff companies it generates through the research it conducts. ...
    • Developing Better Air Defense Systems 

      Georgia Tech Research Institute (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2007-05)
      Many of today’s U.S. military aircraft entered service decades ago, and keeping them mission-ready can be a challenge. Facing many dangers in several parts of the world, GTRI engineers are helping U.S. airplane and ...
    • Flying on Hydrogen 

      Georgia Tech Research Institute (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2007-05)
      Georgia Tech researchers have led the development of what is believed to be the largest unmanned aircraft to fly using a compressed hydrogen fuel cell. A 500 watt fuel cell system powers the aircraft, which has a 22-foot ...
    • GTRI Around the World 

      Georgia Tech Research Institute (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2007-05)
      Locations of GTRI.
    • GTRI Machine Services: If You Can Dream It, We Can Build It! [2007 Brochure] 

      Georgia Tech Research Institute; Georgia Tech Research Institute. Machine Services Dept. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2007-07)
      The Machine Services Department of the Georgia Tech Research Institute combines decades of experience with the latest high-tech tools. This allows us to provide creative and customized machining and fabrication solutions ...
    • High-Priority Aircraft Defense Upgrade 

      Georgia Tech Research Institute (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2007-05)
      Working on a tight deadline, GTRI engineers developed a device that enhances the capabilities of the missile warning system of many military aircraft flown by the United States and its allies. They designed and built the ...
    • Improving Indoor Air Quality 

      Georgia Tech Research Institute (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2007-05)
      As scientists learn more about the potentially harmful effects of indoor air pollution, nations around the world are imposing strict regulations on chemical emissions from furnishings, paints, clothing and building ...
    • Improving Industrial Cooking 

      Georgia Tech Research Institute (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2007-05)
      Applying military sensor expertise to the food processing industry, GTRI researchers are using an infrared computer vision scanning system to make meat products safer, tastier and less costly to produce.
    • Improving Product Usability and Design 

      Georgia Tech Research Institute (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2007-05)
      When the designers of photocopiers, cell phones, televisions, printers and other items need help determining how well these devices can be used by people with disabilities, they turn to GTRI. Researchers assess products ...
    • Landing in Low Visibility 

      Georgia Tech Research Institute (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2007-05)
      GTRI researchers are investigating the use of millimeter-wave imaging radars that would allow aircraft crews to see the runway even in zero-visibility. Combining the technology with other sensors could help aircraft ...
    • Measuring Dental Shrinkage 

      Georgia Tech Research Institute (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2007-05)
      The polymer dental-filling material, used today by most dentists, tends to shrink when it is cured in a tooth causing a tooth to crack or decay. GTRI researchers along with clinicians from the Medical College of Georgia ...
    • Non-Invasive Disease Detection 

      Georgia Tech Research Institute (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2007-05)
      GTRI is leading a multidisciplinary team of researchers identifying and measuring breath biomarkers for disease detection, beginning with breast cancer. The research is being done in collaboration with the Emory University ...
    • Protecting Sensitive Data 

      Georgia Tech Research Institute (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2007-05)
      GTRI scientists have developed a series of prototype systems that uses special high-strength permanent magnets to quickly erase a wide variety of storage media. Originally designed for military applications, the new ...
    • Reducing Aircraft Noise 

      Georgia Tech Research Institute (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2007-04)
      GTRI researchers are hard at work fi nding new ways to make aviation quieter. From exploring new uses for helicopter transportation to leading the development of next generation air vehicles, GTRI is helping to streamline ...
    • Safely Placing Pavement Markers 

      Georgia Tech Research Institute (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2007-05)
      There are more than three million road reflectors in place on Georgia highways. GTRI researchers designed an automated system that uses sensors to place the markers "on the move" reducing the amount of time workers spend ...