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Smart 50 Awards recognized Yao Xie, assistant professor in the School of Industrial and Systems Engineering, for her work in developing an algorithm that finds connections between crime incidents.  
Last week Georgia Tech and the City of Atlanta co-hosted the Annual MetroLab Network Summit, which brought together more than 150 leading representatives from local government, major research...
Open data is a key ingredient in smart cities. It has the ability, when deployed well and supported properly, to...
The American Association of Geographers' new program recognizes those who have made significant contributions in advancing geography...
At the corner of Fifth and Spring Streets in Tech Square, attached to a light pole, is a small sensor you’ve likely never noticed. It’s constantly monitoring environmental conditions in the area—temperature, air pressure, and humidity—and collecting and storing data.  
On Thursday, November 2, Georgia Tech and the Georgia Municipal Association hosted mayors and public officials from 10 Georgia hub cities and counties at the inaugural Mayors’ Leadership Forum on Smart Cities and Inclusive Innovation.  
Community involvement is a big part of Georgia Tech’s identity, with Tech faculty and students having a long history of working with local organizations and agencies to help solve problems...
We are pleased to announce that Cynthia Moore has joined the Institute for People and Technology (IPaT) as the Assistant Director for Business Operations. Moore has over a decade of experience at...
On Thursday, September 14, the City of Atlanta launched the North Avenue Smart Corridor.
Georgia Tech faculty researchers are gathering data about safety, how people travel, and even how taxpayer money is spent, all in an effort to improve the quality of life for residents.  

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