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Georgia Tech is actively engaging government and industry partners at every level in smart cities research.


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Transitions in Regional Economic Development
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Meet the people who are working across multiple disciplines to advance Georgia Tech's Smart Cities & Inclusive Innovation initiative.


Hot Cities 2050

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What will happen when our cities are too hot to control and live in, can we manage? Researchers, city officials, entrepreneurs, industry specialists, and journalists from across the country gathered at Georgia Tech on January 8 to discuss this question. “Hot Cities 2050” hosted at Georgia Tech, looked at how global warming affects our cities and how we could change cities for the better or continue to exacerbate our problems, depending on how we plan for the future.


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The history of the City of Chamblee, incorporated in 1908, is closely linked with the development and use of modern transportation in the United States.

In the early 20th century, the city sat at the crossroads of two rail lines—one for passengers traveling north to Charlotte, North
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