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FEBRUARY 6, 2020

The Autonomous Transportation and Connected Roads Seed Grant Kick-off meeting took place on Thursday, February 6, at the Peachtree Corners City Hall.

Introductory addresses were given by Peachtree Corners City Manager Brian Johnson, Executive Director of the Curiosity Lab Betsy Plattenburg, Innovation Strategy Leader at Delta Sterling Gerdes, and Managing Director of Smart Cities and Inclusive Innovation Debra Lam followed by project presentations by Srinivas Peeta (CEE), Anton Kleywegt (ISyE), and Daniel Cooksey (GTRI).

Kick-off meeting participants included representatives from the City of Peachtree Corners, The Curiosity Lab, Delta, Georgia Tech, and GTRI.

Kick-off meeting participants included representatives from the City of Peachtree Corners, The Curiosity Lab, Delta, Georgia Tech, and GTRI.

SEPTEMBER 5, 2019

Georgia Tech’s Autonomous Vehicle Research Gets a Real-World Boost through Partnership with Delta, Curiosity Lab

A new partnership with Delta Air Lines and Curiosity Lab at Peachtree Corners will give Georgia Tech researchers access to a real-life environment to test autonomous vehicles and smart city technologies.

The collaboration, announced Sept. 5, will allow Georgia Tech’s Smart Cities and Inclusive Innovation initiative to offer seed funding from Delta for projects across campus. Researchers will test their ideas and technologies in Curiosity Lab’s living laboratory in Peachtree Corners.

Georgia Tech’s Autonomous Vehicle Research Gets a Real-World Boost through Partnership with Delta, Curiosity Lab

 

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