GTRI Brochures and Posters

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Brochures and posters from the Georgia Tech Research Institute, spotlighting specific technology as well as GTRI's impact in the world.

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    1989 Economic Impact Of The Georgia Tech Research Institute
    (Georgia Institute of Technology, 1990-03) ; Georgia Tech Research Institute
    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. In economic impact analysis, it is the revenue from sources outside the state that stimulates real growth in the state's economy.
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    Safely Placing Pavement Markers
    (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2007-05) ; Georgia Tech Research Institute
    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 on one of the riskiest tasks they face.
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    Protecting Sensitive Data
    (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2007-05) ; Georgia Tech Research Institute
    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 technique could benefit banking, health, human resource and other industries that must also protect sensitive data.
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    Reducing Aircraft Noise
    (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2007-04) ; Georgia Tech Research Institute
    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 all aspects of future aviation.
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    Non-Invasive Disease Detection
    (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2007-05) ; Georgia Tech Research Institute
    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 School of Medicine and the Avon Comprehensive Breast Cancer Center at Grady Memorial Hospital in Atlanta.
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