The TG3, a wearable human machine interface keeping operators in touch

George Gramatikas

George Gramatikas the co-founder of Turbine Technology Services and Tech In Systems that is working on a revolutionary system called the TG3 joins Enterprise Radio. George also coaches and mentors startups and entrepreneurs in Central Florida.

Listen to host Eric Dye & guest George Gramatikas discuss the following:

  • Can you give a brief description of the TG3 and why it is helpful for training purposes?
  • Can you give an example of a situation where the TG3 can be used?
  • How did you make the TG3 and what is it useful for?
  • What is more significant, what you are doing with GLASS hardware or the opportunities the hardware opens in power generation operations and maintenance?
  • What are the main features of the TG3?

Duration: 11:26

George co-founded Turbine Technology Services (TTS) where he served as President and CEO throughout the 1990s and led TTS to prominence as an independent product, service and construction provider.

Today, George Gramatikas serves as an active board member and advisor to TTS, and takes a lead role integrating new technology and new markets into TTS’s legacy business.  George has created to be the venue for some of the most exciting new technology his team is developing.

In his early career with General Electric, George developed his extensive knowledge of power generating equipment in engineering roles ranging from Mechanical Field Services to Electrical and Startup Engineer and Project Manager.

George Gramatikas earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from the Wentworth Institute of Technology, in Boston, where he was honored with the prestigious Beatty Award. In 2010, George has the honor of induction to University of Central Florida’s Business School Hall of Fame, where he had earned his EMBA. In 2013 George was selected by ASME and presented by Central Florida multi-discipline engineers their Lifetime Achievement in Engineering Award. Today George is an active advocate of entrepreneurship at UCF and the Central Florida business community.


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