Story excerpt provided by Columbus CEO.
Written by Julie Bhusal Sharma.
After hearing that Ohio State University was looking to commercialize patents, Columbus engineer Dean Zody and OSU engineering professors Eric Walton and Wladimiro Villarroel partnered to make one patent come to life.
“So, instead of finding a problem and creating a solution, we have a solution that we’re looking for a problem,” Zody says.
The solution is radars that are immune to interference. And the problem, they’ve discovered, happens to be in automobiles, a far shot from the original problem that Ohio State was commissioned to address for the US Army.
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Originally published March 27, 2017.