Georgia Tech IoT News
Georgia Tech's IoT Center (CDAIT) is organizing a breakfast presentation on “Digital Transformation and the Internet of Things,” which will take place in the new Coda building, 756 W Peachtree St NW, Atlanta, GA 30308 (Room 230), on Tuesday, December 3, 2019 (8:00am - 10:00am) View Story >>
From GSMA:"INTELLIGENT CONNECTIVITY--  Welcome to the era of Intelligent Connectivity – where speed, convenience, and intelligence converge; inspiring new technologies that keep us connected to everything and everyone, while delivering highly contextualized and personalized experiences, when and where you want them.5G deployments in North America are empowering advances in IoT, AI, Immersive Content and Disruptive Innovation. MWC Los Angeles 2019 will bring tech industry influencers together to explore this transformation and discover how they can harness it to impact their success. View Story >>
In the year 2026, at rush hour, your self-driving car abruptly shuts down right where it blocks traffic. You climb out to see gridlock down every street in view, then a news alert on your watch tells you that hackers have paralyzed all Manhattan traffic by randomly stranding internet-connected cars. View Story >>
Article from Denise Ward - Georgia Tech News Center -Atlanta, July 19, 2019 -- A large manufacturer needed help to increase their output after realizing that running lines faster wasn’t producing more products. Using Internet of Things (IoT) technologies, the company saw a 10 percent increase in efficiency without having to add new infrastructure or use more power. View Story >>
A historic Jeopardy! win streak came to an end on Monday, June 3, and one Georgia Tech employee witnessed it from behind the buzzer.Jay Sexton, chief operating officer of Georgia Tech’s Center for the Development and Application of Internet of Things Technologies (CDAIT), finished in third place as James Holzhauer ended a 32-game win streak to the night’s champion, Emma Boettcher. Sexton finished the game with $17,000, which on any other day could easily have been a winning score.“It was the most efficiently played game in Jeopardy! history,” Sexton said. Fifty-nine out of 60 clues were answered correctly, all of them by the first person to ring in, with only one incorrect response. “I just happened to go up against two absolutely amazing players.” View Story >>