Tech Companies Join Georgia Tech Internet of Things Research Center

Aug 13, 2015


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The recently established Center for the Development and Application of Internet-of-Things Technologies (CDAIT) at the Georgia Institute of Technology announced that AirWatch, AT&T, and Samsung Electronics constitute the inaugural group of founding members. Internet of Things refers to the ability for all types of devices to communicate with each other through networks like the Internet, radio frequencies, and other forms of transmission. This new area of technological innovation is receiving increasing attention around the world because of its potential impact on all sectors of the economy and society.

Together with Georgia Tech and GTRI, the founding members will monitor and participate in the expansion of the rapidly growing IoT industry. According to CDAIT other companies involved in IoT have indicated their interest in getting involved.

(cdait.gatech.edu)