Atlanta’s Airport Flies Ahead

10 miles south of Downtown Atlanta, Georgia, you’ll find 4,700 acres that carry a long history in providing mobility for the city and its inhabitants. Before gaining fame as the world’s busiest airport, it was known as the Atlanta Speedway and home to performance motor enthusiasts.  In April 1925, Mayor…

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Delta Airlines Leads in Connectivity and Mobility

In 2016 Delta Airlines and the City of Atlanta celebrated their Diamond Anniversary – 75 years of loyal partnership. For more than three quarters of a century Atlanta Airport has served as the chosen chief hub of Delta Airlines. The secret to this  enduring partnership seems to be their mutual…

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Diversity and Inclusion at UPS

One of the most recognizable brands in the world, UPS (United Parcel Service) has been headquartered just outside Atlanta since 1991. The company has multiple divisions and subsidiaries, all devoted to shipping and logistics, including a cargo airline, freight-based shipping operation, retail stores, etc. UPS reaches across every state in…

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Atlanta’s Kendeda Building for Innovative Sustainable Design

This fall, The Georgia Institute of Technology will open the first Living Building in the Southeast as part of the Living Building Challenge. With a grant of $30 million from The Kendeda Fund, the building will receive the most advanced measure of sustainability in the built environment, creating more energy…

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Smart H20 Atlanta

The City of Atlanta has a vision: to create a “Utility of the Future” by leading with a Digital Transformation of the Department of Watershed Management (DWM) in the One Water 2022 Plan. The One Water 2022 Plan calls upon technology and data sharing to help manage water usage, stormwater…

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The Atlanta Super Bowl 2019: A Connectivity-at-Scale Success Story

The 2019 Super Bowl LIII, played between the Los Angeles Rams and the New England Patriots at Atlanta’s recently-renovated Mercedes-Benz Stadium, was one of the world’s most connected sporting events to date. Apart from the sheer quantity of data used by attendees during the game itself (over 24 terabytes!), the…

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Atlanta – One of the World’s Fastest-Growing Tech Hubs

Atlanta is fast becoming one of the hottest tech hubs in the United States, fueled by a combination of a superior talent base, start-up hubs, thriving business community, attractive tax regime and affordable cost of living, among other factors.  The first thing any business needs is well-trained staff, and Atlanta’s…

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Smart Waste Management

No doubt that the world is creating increasing amounts of trash. In fact, the amount of solid trash produced globally is expected to double by 2025. As urban centers densify and ever-larger numbers of people live in concentrated spaces, waste accumulates at a faster rate and must be managed more…

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