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The Old Shop Building, prior to 1892.
The ULTRA armored patrol vehicle was a research project funded by the Office of Naval Research and conducted by GTRI. The ULTRA is slightly larger than the Humvee and diesel powered, 2005.
The XSS-10 spacecraft - a first-of-a-kind microsatellite weighing 68 pounds and measuring about three feet by 18 inches - launched from Cape Canaveral in January 2003.
The acoustic phonetics process, from the January 1953 issue of Research Engineer.
The console and punch-card reader of the IBM 650, 1956.
The mobile radar unit known as BICOMS was believed to be the world’s largest mobile system for measuring radar cross section. Holloman Air Force Base, NM, 1999.
The seven-foot-tall videodisc system was cutting-edge technology in the early 1990s.
This human factors study was aimed at making traffic management systems more user-friendly for operators, 1994.
This three-screen virtual "immersion" environment at GTRI allowed researchers and scientists to study gorilla habitat remotely, 2000.
Thomas A. McDermott
Thomas E. Stelson
U. S. Transportation Secretary Mary E. Peters toured GTRI labs and questioned researchers on the latest technology that addresses transportation issues, 2008.
With a gas chromatograph, Dave Hurst determines the composition of gaseous mixtures to develop and improve pyrolysis and gasification processes.
Wyatt C. Whitley
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