ICYMI: TAG Mobility on Saporta Report

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How can smart city technology be deployed to improve the quality of life in metro Atlanta, and how it can promote economic development?

(L-R) Larry Williams, TAG; Time Keane, City of Atlanta; Allie Kelly, The Ray; Ben Easterling, AT&T Smart Cities

(L-R) Larry Williams, TAG; Time Keane, City of Atlanta; Allie Kelly, The Ray; Ben Easterling, AT&T Smart Cities

 

On August 8, 2018, civic leaders, private sector industry leaders, cloud technology practicioners & Big Data enthusiasts gathered at Atlanta Tech Village to discuss smart technology’s impact on how we live, work, play and grow our businesses. TAG Mobility, in partnership with Bank of America Merill Lynch, Brookings Institute, and the Metro Atlanta Chamber, hosted “Building a Smarter Atlanta: What Digital Technology Means for the Future of Our City” to explore how connected, data-driven infrastructure can improve the quality of urban life in Atlanta and build a more competitive, resilient economy.  TAG president & CEO Larry Williams moderated a panel on “How We Move: When Technology and Transportation Converge,” with Allie Kelly, executive director of The Ray; Tim Keane, Commissioner, City of Atlanta, and Ben Easterling, Strategic Alliance Lead, AT&T Smart Cities.

Writer David Pendered of the Saporta Report pens an excellent recap of the event, including insights gleaned from over 200 business, civic, higher education and philanthropic leaders present.

You may read the full article here.

Organization Type: Business Enterprise
Article Type: Editorials
Industry: Big Data/Mission Critical Services
Focus: General Business
Location: Buckhead
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