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A 1953 schematic diagram of EES' television telemeter.
A 340-kilowatt photovoltaic system, installed atop Georgia Tech Aquatic Center, produces enough electricity to provide 30-40% of the building's power needs.
A GTRI engineer makes adjustments to what, at the time, was the world’s highest frequency millimeter wave radar, 1981.
A peripheral nerve interface being developed at GTRI could lead to more intuitive control of prosthetic limbs, 2007.
A student intern works with GTRI's Dinal Andreasen on an exoskeleton that can be used to help rehabilitate injured people quicker and more effectively, 2006.
Amy Jacoby places an experimental antenna onto a positioner for testing in GTRI's Compact Range
An army tank undergoes testing at what was believed to be the world's largest outdoor compact antenna range, designed and built by GTRI, at the U.S. Army's Electronic Proving Grounds, Fort Huachuca, Arizona
An industrial engineering wire recorder for time measurements, 1951.
Atop Georgia Tech's Aquatic Center, nearly 3,000 photovoltaic panels produce as much as 30 percent of the electricity needed by the building, 2002.
Chemical Companion runs on PDAs to help first responders obtain the information they need to make critical decisions, 2006.
Donald Grace, GTRI director, 1976-1992.
Donald J. Grace, director of EES/GTRI and vice president of Georgia Institute of Technology, 1976-1992.
Dr. Andrew Gerber
Dr. H. Allen Ecker, Executive Vice President, SP Video Technology Group, Cisco Systems
Dr. James J. Hudgens
Dr. Lora Weiss
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