ATGI Awards

RAM Air Turbines

The world’s most powerful Ducted Ram Air Turbine (RAT) for Electronic Warfare (EW), Intelligence, Surveillance, Reconnaissance (ISR) and emergency power generation systems… Read More

Non-Contacting Seals

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The ATGI, HALO™ Non-Contacting Dynamic Seal series is a unique compliant seal design utilizing hydrostatic principles to offer a 50% reduction… Read More

Airborne Pod Systems
EA18G-ATGI ATGI designs and manufactures customizable pods to accommodate a growing need for self-powered podded system for EW & ISR applications… Read More
Optical Sensors

ATGI has significant expertise and experience in many aspects of Optic and Electronic development and application… Read More

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Over the years ATGI has been recognized for its successes in technology transfer, technology commercialization, and contributions to various organizations.


Some of the examples include:


TechConnect 2014 National & Global Innovation Award For Hi-powered Ram Air Turbine, (HiRAT)

June 15-18, 2014 Washington DC – TechConnect is proud to announce the annual TechConnect Innovation Awards. The TechConnect Innovation Awards identify the top 20% of submitted technologies as ranked by the TechConnect Corporate & Investment Partner Committee. Innovation rankings are based on the potential positive impact the submitted technology will have on a specific industry sector. Innovations are submitted from global academic technology transfer offices, early-stage companies, small business innovative research (SBIR) awardees, and government and corporate research laboratories… Read More


2012 Florida Economic Gardening Institute (GrowFL) at The University of Central Florida – Edward Lowe Foundation
“50 Companies to Watch”

August 15, 2012 – Orlando, FL. – The Florida Economic Gardening Institute (GrowFL) at the University of Central Florida is pleased to announce the winners of the 2012 class of Florida Companies to Watch. In its 2nd year of existence, Florida Companies to Watch is presented by SunTrust Banks and the University of Central Florida in association with the Edward Lowe Foundation and with special support from the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity…  Read More


13 Companies to Receive Funding Through Florida Commercialization Matching Grant Program

 January 20, 2011 -Boca Raton, FL –The Institute for the Commercialization of Public Research (the Institute) announced today that two Phase I projects and eleven Phase II projects in ten cities across Florida will share nearly $3 million in grant funding through the Florida Research Commercialization Matching Grant Program (FRCMGP) for projects ranging from the life sciences to advanced materials to energy… Read More 


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Florida Governor’s Diversification Awards
in 2008, for innovation; awarded by the state of Florida

Tallahassee (September 5, 2008) – Sixteen Florida companies will be honored this month with Governor’s Business Diversification Awards, which recognize business achievements that advance the state’s economy through job creation and distinctive community involvement and capital investment.

“The basis for the prosperity and high quality of life Florida offers is our entrepreneurs and business leaders,” said Enterprise Florida President & CEO John Adams Jr. “Their exemplary accomplishments in creating high-value jobs, making capital investments and contributing to their communities are setting the stage for a future economy that will serve all segments of our population very well… Read More


Winner of the 2008 Business Appreciation Awards, for innovation; awarded by Martin County Business Development Board.

Marriott/IRP Hosts 2008 Business Development Board Annual Industry Appreciation Awards of Martin County

Hutchinson Island in Stuart -October 2008- The Business Development Board of Martin County (BDBMC) is a public- private partnership working to promote balanced and orderly economic growth in Martin County by retaining and assisting businesses and attracting desirable new businesses, while preserving the quality of life, and expanding educational and employment opportunities.

Advanced Technologies Group image includes (from Left) President John Justak, Vice President Luann Justak, executive assistant Denise Miller, project engineer Cyrille Doux and mechanical engineer Steve Martyr

In 1984, a proclamation was signed by the Governor designating the third week in September as Industry Appreciation Week in Florida. As part of our state overall economic development effort, Enterprise Florida is continuing this program to make the public more aware of the many economic and civic contributions made by local companies throughout the state.

Each year the Martin County Board of County Commissioners proclaim the third week of September as Industry Appreciation Week. The Business Development Board salutes ten of Martin County’s nominated companies at a luncheon… Read More


Winner of the 2007 National Tibbetts Award for Economic impact of technological innovation; awarded by Small Business Administration.

Named for Roland Tibbetts, the person acknowledged as the father of the SBIR program, these prestigious, national awards are made annually to those small firms, projects, organizations and individuals judged to exemplify the very best in SBIR achievement.

Tibbetts Awards Image: An initiative of the non-profit Small Business Technology Council (SBTC) with support from NASA,NSF, DoD, Department of the Navy, NIH, DARPA, Boeing, The Association for Manufacturing Technology, Cybernet, Dawnbreaker, Gregg Olson, ATF, Homeland Venture, RMD, PBC, and Physical Sciences, Inc. Additional sponsors are pending and other sponsors are welcome.

The emphasis is on recognizing those accomplishments where, in the judgment of those closely involved and often most immediately affected, the stimulus of SBIR funding has made an important and definable difference… Read More


ATGI is located in Stuart, Florida in modern facilities that meet all federal, state and local environmental laws and regulations. In addition to our own research and development facilities, we enjoy close working relationships with specialized high-technology manufacturing firms. This permits ATGI to economically and efficiently produce test-ready prototypes of its concepts and low volume production quantities.

Non-Contacting Seals
Optical Sensors
RAM Air Turbines
Podded System Solutions

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