Josip Belušić (1847 - ?) was a Croatian inventor. He was born in the region of Labin in Istria, and later lived in the settlement of Županići. Belušić was schooled in Pazin. He eventually became a professor in Koper.
Belušić exhibited his invention on the 1889 World Fair in Paris and later renamed it 'Controllore Automatico per Vetture'. On the same year, the Municipality of Paris created a tender in which over 120 patents were registered to compete. His design won as the most precise and reliable and was accepted in June 1890.
- Božo Milanović: Hrvatski narodni preporod u Istri, 1967, page 406
- Jamičić, Željko: Josip Belušić – izumitelj tahografa. In: časopis MUP (Mir-Ugled-Povjerenje) 3. Jg., Zagreb, Januar 2008, S. 15
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