Lance Wallace: Georgia Tech Internet of Things Center Offers Perspectives on IoT-Facilitated User Engagement

With an ever-expanding research portfolio from Georgia Tech faculty, students and member companies, the Georgia Institute of Technology’s Center for the Development and Application of Internet of Things Technologies (CDAIT) has released a white paper titled “Driving New Modes of IoT-Facilitated Citizen/User Engagement.” It summarizes the collective opinion of practitioners and researchers regarding the Internet of Things (IoT), highlighting in particular the inherent intricacies of its value chain, the possible roadmaps to success, and the critical issues that must be urgently resolved.

Produced by CDAIT’s IoT Thought Leadership Working Group, the report explores the Smart City ecosystem as “a case in point”, reviewing situations in which emerging technologies bring about radical change to traditional business models and substantial benefits to the IoT users.
“This report is timely as the Internet of Things is currently generating a lot of questions from legislators, regulators and businesses in the United States and around the world,” said Dr. Karen I. Matthews, Technology and Market Development Manager, Science and Technology at Corning Incorporated, and Chair of the CDAIT IoT Thought Leadership Working Group.

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