Story excerpt provided by Government Technology.
Written by Thomas Gnau.
When the Wright Brothers flew in 1903, Dayton had more patents per capita than any other U.S. city, records show.
And that was before NCR, Delco Labs, Frigidaire, General Motors, Mound and Wright-Patterson Air Force Base invented products or processes that have transformed the world.
“At one point, Dayton was essentially the Silicon Valley of its day,” said Eron Bucciarelli-Tieger, CEO of Soundstr and an Englewood resident.
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Originally published March 24, 2017.