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  • AI, Deep Learning, & Machine Learning
  • Remote Sensing & Analysis
  • Advanced Materials & Additive Manufacturing
  • Prognostics & Health Management
  • Structural Health Monitoring

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Based in Atlanta, Georgia, Global Technology Connection Inc. (GTC) has 23 successful years in research and development and commercialization of innovative technology products and services.

GTC has successfully developed and commercialized several technologies for various governmental agencies like the US Army, Air Force, Navy, DoE, NASA, and commercial industries.

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news & events  

November 2019, GTC has received a US Army award titled “Uniform Dispersion and Alignment of Short Fiber Composite Reinforcement.” This project refines a novel technique for the fabrication of short fiber composites with high fiber volume ratios. The challenge is to uniformly disperse and align these fibers to allow for superior strength compared to unaligned fiber composites. Such materials will have composite strengths similar to long/continuous fiber composites, yet with the flexibility of being stamped and formed into complex shapes. Materials like these will help produce lighter military and commercial vehicles without compromising safety.

July 2019, GTC has received a US Air Force award titled “Machine Learning Methods to Catalog Sources from Diverse, Widely Distributed Sensors.” GTC will adapt its deep learning classification engine to develop an automated deep learning tool that can analyze seismic signal streams from around the globe to detect, locate and classify different seismic events like earthquakes, volcanoes, mining operations, blasts, etc. The solution being developed will reduce human workload for seismic analysts in manually processing the waveforms.

August 2019, GTC has received a NASA I award titled “Resource Management Strategies for a Resilient Habitat Advanced Life Support (ALS) System.” GTC continues its development in resiliency for life support systems of long-term space habitats. In this program, machine learning algorithms are adapted to determine interactions between systems and subsystems, especially during anomalies, to actively and autonomously control resource utilization and maintain optimal conditions in the habitat for mission success. 

January 28th – 30th, 2020, Dr. Jesse Williams presented at Air Force Research Lab (AFRL) Nuclear Explosion Monitoring Technical Interchange Meetings on using machine learning to process seismic signals to classify different types of seismic events. Results show greater than 93% accuracy is event classification using deep neural networks.

January 28th – 30th, 2020, Dr. Jesse Williams presented at Air Force Research Lab (AFRL) Nuclear Explosion Monitoring Technical Interchange Meetings on using machine learning to process seismic signals to classify different types of seismic events. Results show greater than 93% accuracy is event classification using deep neural networks. 

September 21st -26th, 2019, Dr. Ash Thakker and Dr. Jesse Williams attended the 11th Prognostics and Health Management (PHM) conference at Scottsdale, AZ. Dr. Ash Thakker was co-chair of panel discussions on Fielded Systems. 

June 2019, Dr. Jubilee Prasad Rao, a Ph.D. graduate from Rutgers University, New Jersey, has joined GTC as a Senior R&D Engineer. His Ph.D. thesis involved performance modeling and wind tunnel testing of a novel vertical axis wind turbine. His research areas and interests include renewable energy systems, design optimization, predictive analytics using system modeling & simulations, machine learning applied to complex engineering systems, and technology commercialization. 

GTC takes pride in keeping up with latest technology by continuously attending seminars and conferences. Upcoming events will be posted here.

Upcoming events

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