June 2019 eNewsletter
2019 GA Smart Communities Challenge
Winners Announced

After a successful launch in 2018, Georgia Tech’s Georgia Smart Communities Challenge n amed four new grant recipients at a special event at the government center in Macon June 18.

Georgia Tech Hosts Smart Cities Dialogue

When it comes to smart cities, it is one thing to develop the technology. It is quite another to ensure those technologies serve the wants and needs of residents.
That was the premise of the recent Georgia Institute of Technology conference, Smart Cities Dialogue: Building Inclusive Communities and Partnerships . The two-day event held May 7-8 focused on inclusiveness and equity in smart city design.

Data Driven Policing
By Alyson Powell Key
In an effort to reduce police officer response times to calls for assistance, Georgia Tech Assistant Professor, Yao Xie , H. Milton Stewart School of Industrial and Systems Engineering , and the Atlanta Police Department partnered on a year-long project to reconfigure patrol areas across the city.
GA Smart Fall Workshop
September 5, 2019

Join us on Thursday, September 5th for our Fall Georgia Smart Workshop.

Details coming soon.....
Thank You to Our GA Smart Partners!
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