Adrian Chernoff

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Who is Adrian Chernoff?

Adrian Chernoff is a prolific American Inventor with 89 US patents covering consumer products, metal forming, smart materials, manufacturing processes, electrical controls, by-wire systems, wheel motors, fuel cells, vehicle body structures, seats, doors, and business processes. He was Chief Architect and principal inventor behind in General Motors's "Reinvention of the Automobile" which has resulted in several concept and demonstration vehicles including GM AUTOnomy, GM Hy-Wire, GM CARousel, and GM Sequel. He has worked in management, business, marketing and technical positions, and has been employed at several different companies, including NASA, Sandia National Laboratories, Los Alamos National Laboratory, Walt Disney Imagineering, and General Motors.

He is the creator of Rubber Bandits, which are rubber bands with tear resistant write-on labels.

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on July 23, 2013

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