WEBINAR: How Atlanta is pioneering partnerships to fund smart city projects

A pioneering initiative between Georgia Power, the City of Atlanta and a cohort of partners is showing what’s next in smart cities and demonstrating the power of public-private partnerships.

 

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WEBINAR: How Atlanta is pioneering partnerships to fund smart city projects

Date: Thursday 7 November 2019

Time: 7pm (CET): 6pm (UK): 1pm (EST): 10am (PDT)

Length: 60 mins, including Q&A

 

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Atlanta is experiencing large increases in urban population, visitors and the number of businesses developing in or relocating to the city.

 

This creates new challenges in handling street, foot and data traffic, as well as ensuring a safe and sustainable environment for the city’s residents and businesses. At the same time, the expectations of residents, visitors and businesses are undergoing a massive shift toward greater demand for connectivity, immediacy, sustainability and safety.

 

Join this webinar to learn:

  • The City of Atlanta’s smart city goals, successes and challenges so far

  • How Atlanta is making meaningful contributions to city efficiency, economic development, sustainability and citizen welfare
  • Gunshot detection that broadcasts alerts to 911 dispatch centres, patrol cars and even smartphones, with the precise location, number of rounds fired and how to respond
  • How the City of Atlanta and Georgia Power are pioneering new ways to fund smart cities and showcasing the shift towards outcome-based approaches

  • How Georgia Power & the City of Atlanta collaborate and what other cities/utilities can learn from this partnership

  • What has been learned so far from Georgia Power and the City of Atlanta’s pilot of 200 LED streetlights as an IoT sensor platform – and how this is contributing to city goals around mobility, public safety, sustainability and more
  • What’s next for the City of Atlanta and Georgia Power

You will also get your questions answered in the live Q&A.

 

Speakers:

Guest - City of Atlanta

Tye Hayes, CTO

City of Atlanta

Guest - Christine Primmer

Christine Primmer

Smart Cities Program Manager

Georgia Power

Guest - Austin Ashe

 

Austin Ashe

Co-Founder and General Manager, Intelligent Cities

GE Current, a Daintree company

Sarah Wray, Editor at SmartCitiesWorld Sarah has many years of experience as a B2B journalist and editor, specialising in technological innovation and its impact in cities.

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