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Grumman Lunar Module +The site is secure by fencing and guards but accessible to the Public


Harvard Mark 1 Computer, 1944 - 1959 +The Harvard school lobby is generally opened to the public.
High Temperature Superconductivity +The intended plaque site is on the University of Houston campus, which is protected by the UH Department of Public Safety (Police Department, Security Services, and Fire Marshal). The building in which the plaque will be installed is locked during non-business hours. The intended plaque site is accessible to the public during University business hours, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m., Monday - Friday, excluding University holidays. Visitors will not need to go through security, make an appointment, or contact anyone in order to visit the plaque during business hours.
High-Temperature Superconductivity +Currently, the area is not protected and is publicly accessible. However, because of recent terrorist threads the construction of a fence is planned. The plaque will be installed such that it will be well visible from outside the fence.
Hollow dielectric beam waveguide of sub-millimeter wavelength range, 1966 +As the plaque is supposed to be placed on the outer wall, the plaque will be well protected by the sire owner, IRE NASU and accessible for all visitors and public.
Honda Electro Gyrocator: The World's First Map-based Automotive Navigation System, 1981 +The plaque will be displayed in an acrylic showcase in the exhibition room of Honda Collection Hall, which can be accessible to the public.


IEEE Milestone for the Demonstration of the First Working Laser in Malibu, CA +The site is private corporate property. Off hours, a gate surrounds the facility. During hours, the gate is open and a reception area can welcome visitors.
Improvements in and relating to Sound-transmission, Sound-recording and Sound-reproduction systems by Alan Dower Blumlein +The plaque will be firmly secured to the outside of the building. Visitors can view the plaque from Abbey Road and will not need access to the studios.
Interactive Video Games +The site is accessible from the visitor parking area. Visitors will not have to go through BAE Systems Security to visit the plaque.
International Standardization of G3 Facsimile in 1980 +NTT Cyber Communications Laboratory Group, Yokosuka-city, Kanagawa Japan. KDDI R&D Laboratories, Kamifukuoka-city, Saitama Japan. The plates will be installed in the main entrances in the NTT Cyber Communications Laboratory Group and KDDI R&D Laboratories. Both laboratories conduct the introduction tours for students and the public frequently.
Introduction of the Apple I Computer: 1976 +The main entrance and the main lobby of the headquarters of Apple, Inc., at 1 Infinite Loop, Cupertino, CA, are fully accessible to the public.
Introduction of the Apple II Computer: 1977-1978 +The main entrance and the main lobby of the headquarters of Apple, Inc., at 1 Infinite Loop, Cupertino, CA, are fully accessible to the public.
Introduction of the Apple Macintosh Computer, 1984 +The main entrance and the main lobby of the headquarters of Apple, Inc., at 1 Infinite Loop, Cupertino, CA 95014, are fully accessible to the public.
Invention and development of vapor-phase axial deposition (VAD) method for mass production of high-quality optical fiber for telecommunication +NTT’s receptionists are always near the plaque. The plaque will be placed near the reception area at the floor entrance hall. All visitors have free access to this hall.
Invention of Holography by Dennis Gabor +There is a staffed desk at the Exhibition Road entrance of Imperial College, where visitors could ask for admittance or guidance; a walk across an open courtyard to the Electrical and Electronic Engineering Building is required.
Invention of Public-key Cryptography +The site is a secure communications station, but the main entrance area leading to the main building from the outside is public


John Logie Baird Inventions in Television +Secure building, TV surveillance cameras, Museum Curator, Security guards, Visitor’s procedures. Currently the London Development Agency has plans to redevelop Crystal Palace Park and the Museum would be re-sited in a brand new construction. See The Crystal Palace Foundation – Melvyn Harrison – is very supportive but do not have finances </p> </p> The Crystal Palace Museum staff is also very supportive of an IEEE MILESTONE Plaque for JLB and would welcome this addition in order to add to the Museum and the display relating to JLB – the Museum Curator and Museum trustees have been sent requests for support in writing.


Keage Power Station: The Japan’s First Commercial Hydroelectric Plant, 1890-1897. +The plaque will be fixed on the wall of the main entrance of the Keage Power Station, which can be accessible to the public with permission.
Koenigs Wusterhausen +During the museum’s opening hours the plaque is in the view of the staff. Out of opening hours the doors of the museum are locked. The installed alarm system is connected to the local police station.
Krka – Šibenik Electric Power System +Both sites are secure and accessible to public


LORAN +The proposed plaque would be be wall-mounted outdoors, probably attached to MIT Building N42, alongside other plaques at 211 Massachusetts Avenue. The plaque would be readily visible to pedestrians walking on this public sidewalk.
Line spectrum pair (LSP), an essential technology for high-compression speech coding, 1975 +NTT’s receptionists are always near the plaque, and the plaque will be displayed in a transparent hard case.


Mainline Electrification of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, 1895 +The approximately 40-acre site is appropriately fenced and is a secure site. It is accessible to all members of the public who visit the museum. The proposed specific location of the plaque is at the Education Station building on the site. this location is the centralized repository for other plaques acquired through the years. The GPS coordinates of the proposed site of the plaque are: (39 deg.17'07.81"N), (76 deg.38'00.42"W).
Marconi First Wireless Experiments, 1894-1895 +The villa has custodians and the Marconi Museum has a staff for guided visits (arranged by reservation)
Mercury Spacecraft MA-6 +The Prologue room is open to the public during the summer months and is visited by more than 5,000 non-Boeing people every year. In addition, the Prologue Room is used by The Boeing Company to explain the vast history of the company to domestic and foreign dignitaries. In addition, middle school students are given tours of the Prologue Room. They learn the mechanics of flight and they are encouraged to consider careers in math, science, and engineering. There is a visitor's parking lot next to Bldg 100 where the public may park and walk to the site of the milestone plaque. The Prologue is a secure area and Boeing provides daily security patrols of the area. The Prologue Room (site of Mercury Capsule MA-6 ) is inside the secure area of Bldg 100
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