GTRI's Real-time Intelligent Fusion Service, Forklift Assist Program Could Enhance Warehouse Efficiency, Safety
GTRI is working to make warehouse operations safer and more efficient by integrating its Real-time Intelligent Fusion Service (RIFS) and Forklift Assist System (FAS) into a warehouse's order management system to provide real-time information about everything going on in the space.
The Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI) kicked off 2023 with the second annual Marne Innovation Workshop – a weekend of collaboration and innovation.
Members from GTRI's second Hiring Our Heroes (HOH) cohort reflect on their fellowship experience and provide an update on what's next for them in their post-military careers. HOH is a nationwide initiative to help service members, military spouses, and veterans find meaningful employment opportunities.
Using 5G network technology, artificial intelligence (AI), and edge computing resources, a pilot project under development at Naval Air Station Whidbey Island will create an optimized refueling system designed to boost readiness for military aircraft operating there.
A weather radar system purchased by the Georgia Institute of Technology and the University of Georgia could lead to improved weather forecasting in North Georgia – and provide both expanded educational opportunities for students and enhanced research capabilities for the two institutions.
A small spacecraft assembled and tested at the Georgia Institute of Technology is on its way to the moon, where it will use lasers to search for surface water ice in lunar craters that are never warmed by light from the sun.
Georgia Tech and the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) have announced a new collaboration focused on critical infrastructure cybersecurity innovation through the launch of the Institute for Cybersecurity and Resilient Infrastructure Studies.
GTRI researchers are developing tools and methodologies that could help companies, federal agencies, and others make decisions about their R&D investments by creating a roadmap of the science and technology (S&T) needed for a particular capability.
GTRI and the University of Georgia, in partnership with the Georgia Department of Public Health, have received a five-year, $17 million cooperative agreement from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to establish a Pathogen Genomics Center of Excellence.
Each year, GTRI hosts fellows who are a part of the National GEM Consortium, which recruits underrepresented minority students who are looking to pursue master's and doctoral degrees in engineering and science. Read about the experiences of some of GTRI's own GEM fellows and mentors.