Georgia Smart Fall Workshop

Are you interested in Smart Communities? Would you like to see how your city/county/community/organization can get involved?

Join us for the Georgia Smart Communities Fall Workshop on Thursday, September 5, 2019.

The workshop will showcase the final work product of the 1st class of the Georgia Smart Communities Challenge projects and their research. These projects were started in September 2018 and have now completed their year-long engagement. These smart communities projects provide real world examples of how communities have tackled challenges in mobility and resilience using smart technologies and research.
Panelists will discuss how Smart Cities can foster community growth through connectivity. The Georgia Smart Communities Challenge 2nd class of communities will also introduce and kickoff their projects.

This workshop is intended for:

  • City and County Officials
  • Local government associations
  • Industry experts and academic practitioners
  • Nonprofit and philanthropic organizations

This event qualifies for 3 Certification Maintenance credits for your American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP) certification from the American Planning Association.

About Us: Georgia Tech's Smart Cities and Inclusive Innovation

Organizer of Georgia Smart Workshops and the Georgia Smart Communities Challenge

In partnership with the Institute for People and Technology and located in Tech Square's Centergy Building, Georgia Tech’s initiative on Smart Cities and Inclusive Innovation develops innovative approaches to shaping resilient and sustainable communities. Through research and development, strategic partnerships, and cutting-edge programming we bring Georgia Tech's interdisciplinary expertise in technology and policy to the development of smart cities and communities.

We use a smart cities ecosystem approach that spans multiple technology domains—such as information and communication technologies (ICTs), intelligent infrastructure, smart energy systems, and the Internet of Things (IoT) and incorporates policy expertise — on open data policies, public-private partnerships, and city-university collaborations—to present innovative solutions to challenges—such as the urban-rural digital divide, advanced mobility, civic engagement, and resilience. Through this interdisciplinary research and engagement, Georgia Tech seeks to shape sustainable cities, communities, and regions locally, nationally, and globally.

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