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Georgia Municipal Association (GMA) Georgia Centers of Innovation
Metro Atlanta Chamber Technology Association of Georgia (TAG)
Georgia Power Georgia Chamber of Commerce (GCC)
Georgia Department of Community Affairs

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


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Georgia Smart Hosts Fall Workshop

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Georgia Smart hosted over 85 local government representatives, academic researchers, and industry representatives at the Georgia Tech Research Institute Conference Center for their Fall GA Smart Workshop on September 6th, 2018. In June, GA Smart announced its inaugural four winning community teams. With Georgia Tech’s support of $50,000 in seed funding, networking opportunities, and access to additional research teams, the program offers a first-of-its-kind opportunity for communities to envision, explore, and plan for their “smart” future.


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