MGA Researchers Join the 2022 Georgia Smart Communities Challenge Cohort

The Partnership for Inclusive Innovation, a public-private organization designed to position Georgia as the leader for innovation, opportunity and shared economic success, recently announced the winners of the 2022 Georgia Smart Communities Challenge. Researchers from Middle Georgia State University will work with the city of Warner Robins on the project.

“'This year, we add four communities from across Georgia, spanning three economic development districts and including multi-disciplinary researchers from Georgia Tech, the University of Georgia, Kennesaw State University, Morehouse School of Medicine, Middle Georgia State University, Clayton State University and Augusta University,' said Stephanie Broxton, the Partnership’s community research manager."

“'The selected communities submitted strong multi-disciplinary, multi-university research project proposals that aim to advance innovation by leveraging technology and data. Communities from throughout Georgia were selected to ensure impact across the state.'”

Read more from Georgia Tech's article here.

Representatives from the 2022 Georgia Smart Communities Challenge cohort (Photo: Matt Hummel)