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Georgia Tech Hosts GA PSC Smart Cities Roundtable and North Avenue Smart Corridor Tour

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Georgia Tech’s Smart Cities and Inclusive Innovation Initiative was excited to host the GA Public Service Commission’s Smart Cities Roundtable and North Avenue Smart Corridor Tour on Friday, September 21. PSC Commissioner, Tim Echols, along with Troy Galloway (ReNew Atlanta), Christine Primmer (Georgia Power), and Debra Lam and Michael Hunter (Georgia Tech) addressed the group. Commissioner Echols noted that investing in “smart” technology takes a lot of collaboration and it is important to get state agencies involved and informed.



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What will the world look like when we’re no longer in the driver’s seat? Researchers, city officials, entrepreneurs, and journalists from across the country gathered at Georgia Tech on December 12 to examine this question. “How Driverless Cars Will Change the World,” hosted by Georgia Tech and
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