Updated: 09/15/2017 by Computer Hope
Name: Helmut Theodor Schreyer
Born: July 4, 1912, in Delitzsch, German Empire
Death: December 12, 1984 (Age: 72)
- German inventor, electrical engineer and computer scientist mostly known for his work on the Z3, one of the first computers.
- Known for his work on detection technology for unexploded ordinances.
- Developed the accelerometer for the V-2-rocket, and technology to convert radar signals into audio for easy recognition by aircraft pilots.
- An Experimental Model of an Electronic Computer (1977).