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Smart Cities hosts Smart Installations Meeting

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On Tuesday, May 22, Georgia Tech Smart Cities and Inclusive Innovation hosted a Smart Cities/Smart Installations meeting at the Weber Building’s ASDL CoVE conference facilities. The event brought together representatives from GT faculty, GTRI researchers, as well as participants from Robins Air Force Base, the City of Warner Robins, Middle Georgia Regional Commission, Flint Energies, and the Development Authority of Houston County to discuss how smart installations can benefit the base as well as the surrounding community and region.

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