Company: Gyrodynamics, Inc.
Location: Philadelphia, PA, United States
PHILADELPHIA, PA, October 14, 2013, Francis McCabe, President of Gyrodynamics, Inc., has been recognized by Elite American Executives for dedication, achievements and leadership in renewable energy.
Mr. McCabe is a highly regarded and respected inventor, manufacturer, environmentalist and pilot whose tenacity and creative mind have enabled him to achieve tremendous success over his 50-year career. Today, he draws on his past experience and expert knowledge of mechanical engineering and aerodynamics to head up Gyrodynamics. Gyrodynamics is a renewable energy, future energy and environment company that offers windmill and gyrodynamics products. As president, Mr. McCabe is responsible for overseeing daily business operations, reforming a machine shop and building units for their new projects, welding, machining, and building a windmill-powered tricycle car.
His work has taken him around the world. He set up production lines in China, Canada, Africa, Israel, and Australia, and worked with some of the world’s most prominent companies and people. Mr. McCabe was invited by the Queen to visit Parliament to deliver a paper at CLIMA 2000 at the prestigious Lancaster house, and has received various honors for his work. Mr. McCabe was honored with the Da Vinci Award by the Institute for Human Potential and is credited with building the fastest single-engine airplane with NASA engineers. Although he is highly accomplished, Mr. McCabe is most proud of the work he did with Prefco, which he founded. His company was instrumental in changing laws on fire regulation and safety, and he contributed to the safety of individuals through creating a line of cost effective fire/smoke dampers.
Mr. McCabe began his professional journey in the United States Navy. He served from 1958 to 1961 and then spent six years as a reserve. After his tenure with the military, Mr. McCabe opened up his own hot rod and engine building shop to finance his way through college; he was 19 years old. These experiences, and the knowledge and skill set he gained from them, enabled him to bring his ideas to life through creating and inventing. Now, he holds more than 100 patents.
Aside from his work at Gyrodynamics, Mr. McCabe shares his knowledge through lecturing. He has spoken about aerodynamics and gyrodynamics at Middlebury College, The University of Maryland, and Belle Glade University in Serbia. Mr. McCabe also teaches at a technical school setup for underprivileged children who may want to go into engineering and run various machine shops and projects. An author as well as a speaker, he has published 11 scientific articles and papers on aerodynamics, gyrodynamics, smoke and fire control, building and hospital disease control, and social policies.
Mr. McCabe attributes all the success he has experienced in his career to his innovative way of thinking. In the coming years, he intends to put his patented blades and windmill systems into high-powered and vehicle driven windmills. He also intends to introduce over-unity gyrodynamics into mainstream physics.
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