Four 'Georgia Smart' challenge winners target traffic, social equity
Four local government receiving $100,000 in grants and university expertise are kicking off technology projects focused on improving their communities' walkability and digital infrastructure.
New 'Curiosity Lab' for AV testing has real pedestrians, steep roads
The new autonomous vehicle testing track, which is open to the public, offers to researchers obstacles not found on closed-track facilities.
Hackers could sow chaos by shutting down connected cars, researchers say
A new study led by a Georgia Tech professor imagines a nightmare scenario in which hackers control enough internet-connected vehicles to shut down an entire city.
Georgia Tech awards technology grants to four cities to improve services
Four cities around Georgia each received $50,000 in the second year of the research university's Georgia Smart Communities Challenge program.
How to improve IoT's role in city construction? Model it from the start, a new report says
Sensors and other tools are often overlooked in design and architecture, Georgia Tech researchers find.
'Georgia Smart' challenge aims to empower communities with technology
The program will join governments, industry and researchers from across the state and award up to 0,000 in direct funding for each winning project.