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Innovation Around the Peachtree Corner

With autonomous vehicles of all types and a communications-to-everything infrastructure, Peachtree Corners, Georgia is a vision of the mobility and smart community future. An integral part of this relatively new Georgia community is a city-owned lab, the Curiosity Lab at Peachtree Corners. Approximately, 8,000 people work and 1,000 people live in the 500-acre boundaries of […]

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Autonomous Vehicles, New Mobility & the Built Environment Smart Cities Smart Grid Smart Home

Some Innovative New Thinking and Some Big Impacts – #InnovationandImpact

What was the bigger announcement? That the Valley Transit Authority is looking at how they transform the organization to become a mobility manager or that they are looking at autonomous buses in rights-of-way they own, instead of fixed rail solutions. These were just a few of the may insights from ProspectSV’s Innovation and Impact Symposium, […]

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Autonomous Vehicles, New Mobility & the Built Environment

Connected Cars & Connected Cities – Making Them Smarter

The intersection of telecom, sensors and transportation to create “smart cities” is the concept that Adrian Pearmine discusses in the above video. Pearmine, National Director for Smart Cities and Connected Vehicles for DKS Associates, delves into the recent U.S. Department of Transportation Smart City Challenge and how it could be the catalyst for change in mobility, the […]

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Viodi View – 12/22/15

Google Spurring FTTH Deployment in the Former Valley of the Heart’s Delight After reading through a 200+ page, Google Fiber commissioned Draft Initial Study, it’s no wonder that Google’s Milo Medin stated in 2013 that Google wouldn’t come to California as long as CEQA was in place. The design of a Fiber to the Home network […]

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Autonomous Vehicles, New Mobility & the Built Environment Internet of Everything

The $50 Million Smart City Challenge

Will the U.S. Department of Transportation Smart City Challenge do for urban mobility what Google did for gigabit broadband? That is the $50M question as the U.S. Department of Transportation recently launched a contest that is challenging cities and counties (with populations of 250 to 850k) to find ways to use technology to improve mobility and […]