Digital innovations impact almost every part of life for every citizen and business. We can use our technology to create a better Atlanta and connect with one another.
INNOVATORS MAKE OUR CITY SOAR
The Bark app helps keep kids safe through a parental control phone tracker to help keep kids safer online. Bark monitors social media, text and email on Android and iPhone devices.Read More
Community Bucket harnesses the power of volunteering as a catalyst for creating stronger communities. Service Made Social helps young professionals give back locally and meet like-minded peersRead More
InPharmD leverages its network of Drug Information Centers, aided by machine learning algorithms, to provide you a customized summary of appropriate evidence all 20,000 medical journals.Read More
Sensorscall is an IoT startup building a wall sensor that monitors home environmental conditions. Once the baselines are established, the sensor scan accurately detects abnormalities, allowing seniors to maintain quality of life while giving caretakers peace of mind.Read More
MEET ATLANTA’S INNOVATION HUBS
ELEVATOR is a partner in real estate development. Ryan Gravel is a co-founder and partner: “Instead of just watching the city be transformed before our eyes, I wanted to expand the ecosystem of people who build and own those changes so that the community can benefit directly from its own transformation."Learn more >
GENERATOR is a nonprofit focused on ideas about the future of cities. Ryan Gravel, founder and board chair: “I...wanted some capacity to help generate what is really needed – a movement of ideas. I’m especially interested in ideas that nobody is asking for, but that just might change the world.”Learn more >
CONVERSATIONS ABOUT CONNECTIVITY
The Atlanta Data Center market is growing. The area boasts strong connectivity infrastructure with over 50 data center colocations. The competitive rates keep encouraging businesses to move to Atlanta and thrive.
Top Tech Hub
Cushman and Wakefield have named Atlanta as one of the top 25 tech hubs. They considered several factors to determine which cities would make up the Tech 25, including each metro’s institutions of higher learning, investment funding, well-qualified workforce, entrepreneurship and more.
New recycling trucks work as moving data centers and collect information about the traffic and what's happening so they can do route optimization. The dumpsters are censored and they collect all kinds of information about how full the dumpster is, what kind of matter is it. So if it's doesn't have to be picked up and it's not a higher priority, it can wait.