The aspect of life that would most likely be impacted by the absence of George Westinghouse’s invention is the distribution of electricity.
George Westinghouse was an American inventor who died March 12, 1914. He was the first to adopt the use of alternating current for the transmission of electricity in the United States.
After making a huge success with the air-brake system, piping system, and hundreds of other patents. The groundbreaking impact he would later make began with the patent purchase of the Nikolas Tesla AC motor.
Although, George Westinghouse had earlier imported the Guarlard-Gibbs transformer and Siemens generator which was largely altered by some of his engineers; The help of Nikolas Tesla proved useful to invade the already DC dominant American market. Distribution of electricity to most parts of America was then made easy
George Westinghouse’s company would later go on to light the World’s Columbian Exposition and develop the Niagara Falls with the AC generator.