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Each year Georgia Tech develops hundreds of technologies, and we seek industry collaborators to license and take those technologies from our labs to the market. Technologies are searchable by category, key word, or phrase and include a detailed description of the technology, inventor and patent information, and contact information to learn more about each technology.
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6075 – Background: Inductive links have been extensively used for short-range data and power transmission and are quickly becoming one of the most common methods to wirelessly send power and data from the power source to several electronic devices. The major challenges that limit the widespread commercialization of inductive links include achieving high power transmission efficiency, high data... Read More
6367 – Background: This invention generally relates to the field of speech and language pathology, speech therapy, and augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) interfaces. Such assistive technologies can help individuals with speech disabilities better communicate with others and express their needs, helping them to experience active, more independent and satisfying lives. ... Read More
4537 – Background: Assistive technologies can help individuals with significant disabilities communicate their intentions to others and effectively control their environments, enabling them to operate personal computers (PC), power wheelchairs (PWC), and interact with the surrounding environment. These technologies not only ease the individuals’ need for receiving continuous help from... Read More
6767 – Background A key limitation to engineering microbes for chemical production is a reliance on low-throughput chromatography-based screens for chemical detection. While colorimetric chemicals are amenable to high-throughput screens, many value-added chemicals are not colorimetric and require sensors for high-throughput screening. Technology Here, we use G-protein coupled receptors... Read More
6746 – Background Extremely Low Frequency (ELF, 300-3000 Hz) Very Low Frequency (VLF, 3-30 kHz), and Low Frequency (LF, 30-300 kHz) radio waves have enormous applications. These radio waves propagate efficiently to global distances, allowing long-range over-the-horizon communications and remote sensing, and have long been used for naval communications and for global navigation. For... Read More
6983 – Triboelectric nanogenerators (TENGs) have been invented as a high efficient, cost-effective and easy scalable energy harvesting technology for converting ambient mechanical energy into electricity at a total energy conversion efficiency as high as 85%. The four basic working modes of the TENG have been demonstrated, each of which has different structural design and choice of materials to... Read More
6420 – Background: Several obstacles have prevented conventional thermophotovoltaics (TPV) systems from reaching widespread commercial success. Among these are (1) high cost for high performance III-IV semiconductor substrates and cells; (2) low system efficiencies due to small system sizes and edge effects, and inefficient spectral control; (3) the absence of storage, which forces TPV to... Read More
6832 – Background With over 91% of adults in the United States owning a cell phone, short messaging systems (SMS) or texts have become an integral part of everyday life. Up until now, there had not been an accessible, user-friendly way to capture crucial data, such a healthcare or other areas of research, through SMS. Technology Inventors at Georgia Tech have developed an easy to use... Read More
6737 – Background Vertical take-off and landing (VTOL) aircraft are able to transport cargo across large areas and take-off/land on unprepared terrain. However, there are many performance and efficiency limitations due to the configuration of conventional helicopters. This has led to the development of new VTOL technologies. Technology Inventors at Georgia Tech have developed a new way to... Read More
6730 – Background Syntactic Foams are closed-cell composite materials that have low densities, high specific strengths, and low thermal expansion coefficients. Syntactic foams are commonly used in marine buoyancy and acoustic damping applications, but there is an opportunity to expand usage in industrial applications that are subject to high decibel fluid-borne, air-borne, and structural... Read More