George Westinghouse, (born Oct. 6, 1846, Central Bridge, N.Y., U.S.—died March 12, 1914, New York City), American inventor and industrialist who was chiefly responsible for the adoption of alternating current for electric power transmission in the United States. After serving in both the U.S. Army and the navy in the Civil War, Westinghouse received his first patent in late 1865 for a rotary ...
George Westinghouse, Jr. (Central Bridge, Schoharie, Nueva York, 6 de octubre de 1846-Nueva York, 12 de marzo de 1914) fue un empresario, ingeniero e inventor estadounidense. Inventó el freno neumático ferroviario, por el cual se hizo con su primera patente , e igualmente fue todo un pionero en la industria eléctrica.
The Westinghouse Electric Corporation was an American manufacturing company founded in 1886 by George Westinghouse.It was originally named "Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company" and was renamed "Westinghouse Electric Corporation" in 1945.
George Westinghouse Jr. (Central Bridge, 6 ottobre 1846 – New York, 12 marzo 1914) è stato un inventore e imprenditore statunitense, inventore dei freni pneumatici per le ferrovie e pioniere dell'industria elettrica
May 21, 2010 · English: George Westinghouse (October 6, 1846 – March 12, 1914) - American entrepreneur and engineer based in Pennsylvania. Library of Congress description: "George Westinghouse, half-length portrait, facing front" with given dates between 1900 and 1914 (possibly 1906).
History of George Westinghouse - Innovation Changing the World It began in the Age of Steam—a 19th century success story that resonates in the 21st century. George Westinghouse, a spunky teenager with a head full of ideas, seized opportunity after opportunity to make technology better, faster and more efficient.
Westinghouse electrification products were recently exhibited at the Egypt Energy event. The booth displayed the proven legacy of safety and innovation by Westinghouse, and the dedication to the changing industry needs.Held...