IPaT Thursday Think Tank: Georgia Smart Communities Challenge

IPaT Thursday Think Tank

Networking: 3:30 pm

Discussion: 3:45 - 5 pm

Are you interested in smart communities development? On Thursday, February 8, the Georgia Tech’s Smart Cities and Inclusive Innovation initiative team will share information about the upcoming Georgia Smart Communities Challenge. The challenge aims to foster public sector awareness and adoption of advanced technologies and data by supporting local governments across Georgia as they plan for and implement these technologies in their communities. A local Georgia government must lead each team and include a Georgia Tech research component around smart mobility and building resilience. Join us to learn more about the challenge and share your interests and ideas.

Debra Lam, Managing Director, Smart Cities and Inclusive Innovation, Georgia Tech
Andrew Hardin, Research Engineer II, Georgia Tech Research Institute
Kristi Kirkland, Research Associate II, Institute for People and Technology

The Georgia Smart Communities Challenge is supported by:
Association County Commissioners of Georgia
Georgia Municipal Association
Atlanta Regional Commission
Georgia Centers of Innovation
Metro Atlanta Chamber
Technology Association of Georgia
Georgia Department of Community Affairs
Georgia Power