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Peachtree Corners deploys cellular vehicle-to-everything technology
02 Jun 2021
The smart city in Georgia is working with Jacobs and Qualcomm to demonstrate the benefits of C-V2X communications in a real-world setting to increase traffic efficiency and roadside safety.
Organisations team to create 5G incubator in Georgia
18 Feb 2021
Telecoms company T-Mobile, Curiosity Lab and the Georgia Institute of Technology will establish the incubator at Peachtree Corners to support entrepreneurs and start-ups.
Peachtree Corners reveals solar roadway system
03 Dec 2020
It will produce more than 1,300 kilowatt-hours of electricity annually for a Level 2 EV charger at city hall at no cost to motorists and may power other parts of the city in the future.
Bosch and Peachtree Corners collaborate on the “city street of the future”
14 Sep 2020
The Georgia city will enable Bosch to prove out its latest, most advanced edge computing capabilities to manage and analyse traffic via Curiosity Lab’s connected intersection.
Peachtree Corners launches fleet of teleoperated scooters for public use
20 May 2020
The Gwinnett County city in the US will run an initial six-month pilot of the e-scooters which will also provide another form of transport to help recover from lockdown.
IDC names "best and brightest" North American smart city projects
10 Mar 2020
The winning projects include an Alexa-assisted citizen contact centre and data-driven systems to reduce flooding and address road accident hotspots.
How open innovation can help make smart cities a reality
19 Dec 2019
Cities have often benefited from innovation but have not typically led the charge, says Betsy Plattenburg, executive director of Curiosity Lab at Peachtree Corners. But times are changing.
Peachtree Corners: A smart city born in the 60s
04 Nov 2019
Gwinnett County’s newest city is also bidding to become one of America’s smartest but its roots go back more than five decades. Assistant city manager Brandon Branham talks to SmartCitiesWorld.
23 Jul 2021
Building smarter partnerships
Gordon Feller examines how two cities in Nevada are benefiting from being able to plug in to their technology partner’s existing infrastructure and platforms to ignite smart city innovation.
Realising the future of intelligent education
The importance of building with – not over – nature
How IoT technology is making parking smarter in Wolfsburg
White Paper: Artificial Intelligence Within Cities – The Next Stage in Societal Digital Transformation
WEBINAR: Becoming truly smart – how can new cities add value to fibre with sensing?
ONDEMAND WEBINAR: Smart City: what’s behind the success of Smart Lighting?
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