Georgia Tech researchers and students are engaged with communities across our state, helping implement technology solutions that improve quality of life. The 2019-2020 Georgia Smart Communities Challenge program paired Georgia Tech problem solvers with local leaders in Columbus, Macon, Milton, and Woodstock to identify projects that positively impact Georgians.

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