Market Research Future

Military Jammer Market Size, Segments, Future Insights, Market Revenue and Threat by Product, Analysis and Outlook 2019-2023

Electronic warfare equipment is progressing in its functionality due to the progression in algorithms and underlying software that impart operational capabilities to the electronic warfare systems. Researchers at the Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI) have developed an improved RF jamming technology, where the jammer uses Digital Radio Frequency Memory (DRFM) and has an open and simple construction.

Robins Air Force Base

Air Force partners with C-5 System Program Office, Delta and Georgia Tech

The C-5 System Program Office and the Air Force Rapid Sustainment Office has kicked off a new partnership with Delta Air Lines and the Georgia Institute of Technology with an intensive three-day workshop hosted by the Georgia Tech Research Institute in Warner Robins.

Cobb Business Journal

Corporate leaders from Cobb tout county's charms at Chamber breakfast

Representing his institution, Dene Sheheane, vice president for government & community relations and interim vice president of Institute Communications at the Georgia Institute of Technology, cited “great alumni” who encouraged the university to expand in Cobb. In 2017, it moved forward on plans to purchase land and facilities on the northern portion of Lockheed’s property adjacent to Dobbins Air Reserve Base in Marietta, ultimately obtaining 52 acres for the Georgia Tech Research Institute, an applied research arm of the school.

Georgia Tech Professional Education

Research and Instruction: A Winning Combination

Principal Research Engineer Glenn Hopkins is Georgia-raised, Georgia Tech-educated and made his professional name at the Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI). He says it was never his master plan, but Tech became his “lifetime job.”

Georgia Tech News Center

Georgia Tech Develops Safety App for Social Workers

The Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI) designed “panic buttons” that the Georgia Division of Family and Children Services (DFCS) is rolling out among its employees. It works with the Click Safe app, which is used by child-welfare investigators and case managers. 

Division of Family and Children Services

Georgia social workers get unique safety app

Engineers at the Georgia Tech Research Institute developed the system at the request of Gov. Nathan Deal as part of his child-welfare initiatives. The scientists adapted off-the-shelf technology to stand up to rigorous field testing to ensure reliable functionality across the state.

Healthcare IT News

How to Build Human-centered Cybersecurity

Margarita Gonzalez and Shane Owens, both with the Georgia Tech Research Institute, explain the need to reframe the security conversation from humans being the weakest link to supporting them with tools designed with users in mind.

Georgia Tech News Center

Georgia Tech Creates Cybersecurity Master’s Degree Online for Less Than $10,000

“...Georgia Tech’s OMS Cybersecurity degree pairs world-class computer science, engineering, and public policy instruction with Georgia Tech Research Institute’s legacy of applied research in areas related to military, government, and law enforcement,” said Rafael L. Bras, provost and executive vice president for Academic Affairs and K. Harrison Brown Family Chair..."  

Defense Visual Information Distribution Service

RIMPAC Participants Transform DJC2 Into a MOC

...For the 2018 event, members of the U.S. 3rd Fleet had a different plan, working with PMW 790 to configure the capabilities of DJC2 into a Maritime Operations Center (MOC). The change in mission demanded new sets of technologies and connections...“For the MOC, we moved into a completely different environment, providing access to more information and systems,” said Diana Akins. Akins works for the Georgia Tech Research Institute, supporting PMW 790 as a DJC2 and Navy shore and expeditionary subject matter expert. 

Military Times

Top 10 Takeaways for the Future of Army Installations

To meet the combined threats to installations and leverage ways in which new technologies can advance readiness, the U.S. Army’s Training and Doctrine Command recently focused its “Mad Scientist” initiative efforts with a look at installations.

Here are the top 10 takeaways from that June symposium, held at the Georgia Tech Research Institute... 

Navy Expeditionary Combat Command

NECC Seabees and EOD Technicians Conduct ADR Experiment

Naval Postgraduate School and Georgia Tech Research Institute, sponsored by the Office of Naval Research, conducted experimentation with unmanned aerial systems (UAS) to conduct autonomous surveying, damage and unexploded ordnance detection, and mapping of the airfield. 

Georgia Tech News Center

Georgia Tech Names New Executive Vice President for Research

The Georgia Institute of Technology has named Chaouki T. Abdallah, currently provost and executive vice president for academic affairs at the University of New Mexico, to be its new executive vice president for research (EVPR). The EVPR directs Georgia Tech’s $824 million research program and is part of the Institute’s four-member executive leadership team.

Georgia Tech News Center

Crafting a Passion: From Research Engineer to Brewer and Entrepreneur

Inside this particular midcentury brick building, the gravel crunches beneath our feet as Shawn Bainbridge, one of the brewery’s co-founders, show us around...Since 2014, he has worked as a research engineer at the Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI), where he specializes in the design and analysis of FPGAs (Field Programmable Gate Array) — devices that allow people to create and configure digital circuits for a wide range of applications.