GE Aviation held an official opening ceremony for its Electrical Power Integrated Systems Center located on the campus of the University of Dayton on Friday, December 13. The $53 million, 138,000 square-foot facility will be used to design and test electrical systems for commercial and military aircraft in partnership with the University of Dayton Research Institute. GE engineers Bill Johnsman, left, and Jan Zywot with an Integrated Generator Gear Box. TY GREENLEES / STAFF
The new $53 million GE Aviation electrical power research and design center that opened Friday will be a “cornerstone for the revitalization of Dayton,” said University of Dayton President Daniel J. Curran at the opening event.
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