Research at Georgia Tech is a Catalyst for Dynamic Internet of Things Innovation


The Center for the Development and Application of Internet of Things Technologies (CDAIT)  fosters the development of interdisciplinary Internet of Things (IoT) research and education that bridges industry partners with Georgia Tech researchers and faculty as well as other collaborators who share similar interests. 

CDAIT is a global, nonprofit, partner-funded center of excellence in IoT that stimulates creativity, productivity gains and revenue generation while addressing critical societal issues such as inclusivity, privacy, trust, ethics, regulation and policy.


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  • CDAIT IoT Sensor 12.10.2021

    Facebook recently announced it was changing its company name to “Meta” to reflect its pivot to become a leader in the development of the …

  • CDAIT IoT Sensor 11.22.2021

    Micromobility, the use of bicycles, e-scooters, mopeds, e-bikes and other smaller transportation vehicles, has bloomed in the …

  • CDAIT IoT Sensor 11.08.2021

    The Internet of Things (IoT), particularly through deployment of sensor technology, can provide a unique advantage to coastal …

  • CDAIT IoT Sensor 10.27.2021

    One of the more compelling applications of IoT fall into the category of smart cities and connected communities. Sensors and devices …


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  • Coca-Cola Company
  • Comcast
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  • Intel
  • Landis+Gyr
  • Verizon