Even Google Knows

He’s in the running for the title of “Most Interesting Man in the World” and he’s also the inventor of the radio and the AC motor. He holds the patent for the spark plug. He pioneered robotics, saying that robots would one day to the laborious work of men (he was correct).

He locked horns with Thomas Edison — and won. He spoke seven languages. His work included a “death ray” battlefield cannon.

He is Nikola Telsa, the man behind the second industrial revolution and the man to thank for many of the inverters and motors we sell at Innovative Automation.

Even Google recognizes his birth today in its search engine logo.


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