This IoT powered project is a mixed-methods study to understand how the Beltline can be used as an emergency management asset. The project’s findings could break new ground on how to analyze the emergency use of similar pathways, at a time when many cities are looking at rails-to-trails projects.
This white paper, produced by CDAIT’s IoT Thought Leadership Working Group, examines ways the Internet of Things is markedly reshaping user engagement, including stakeholder response to some type of offering, such as, but not limited to, a product or a service.
This research report was produced for the CDAIT IoT Research Working Group, based on research conducted by Georgia Tech College of Design researchers under the supervision of Dr. Pardis Pishdad-Bozorgi of the School of Building Construction and Dr. Dennis Shelden, director of the Digital Building Laboratory (DBL).
This white paper, produced by CDAIT’s IoT Thought Leadership Working Group, provides context for IoT and Digital Business Transformation (DBT) relative to ongoing digital change bounded on one hand by the basic digitalization of information and processes and, on the other, the broader digital societal transformation that will enable a connected and digitally engaged society.