• East Point

    “Creating a better connected Georgia requires research and collaboration from many stakeholders across every layer of the public and private sector.”

    -Christine Primmer, Strategic Manager, Georgia Power Smart Cities Initiative

  • Columbus

    “This vital initiative significantly expands our state's ability to bring smart connectivity and leading-edge technologies to all of our communities.”

    -Larry K. Williams, President and CEO, Technology Association of Georgia

  • Athens

    “The Georgia Smart Communities Challenge is a great team effort that utilizes state expertise, technology and leadership to help communities compete in economic development.”

    -Pat Wilson, Commissioner, Georgia Department of Economic Development

  • Savannah

    “Community initiatives can be more successful through collaborative, people-focused approaches, and those qualities are what make the Georgia Smart Communities Challenge an important effort for the region.”

    -Doug Hooker, Executive Director, Atlanta Regional Commission

Georgia Smart 2019 Challenge Winners

Columbus Consolidated Govt
Columbus Consolidated Government (Columbus) will use Georgia Smart grant funding to develop “Smart” technologies for their Uptown...
Macon-Bibb County
Macon-Bibb county will develop a Smart Kiosk system to integrate existing mobile applications and smart solutions using a grant funded from Georgia...
City of Milton
The City of Milton will use the GA Smart Communities Challenge grant funding to study and develop a smart-interactive app for smart phones to provide...
City of Woodstock
The City of Woodstock will develop a masterplan and a Smart Corridor Study for optimizing infrastructure needs and modeling land use changes using a...
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