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Olli on the autonomous vehicle track with other cars.


Smart Cities Playbook

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Smart Cities Playbook
Building Your Connected Community
by CTIA

 

Olli on the autonomous vehicle track with other cars.

Curiosity Lab at Peachtree Corners

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Description

Curiosity Lab at Peachtree Corners  is a city owned and operated living laboratory designed specifically as a proving ground for technology that has “graduated” from a closed laboratory environment. It consists of a 5G-enabled 1.5-mile autonomous vehicle test track and smart city laboratory located within an existing 500-acre technology park where thousands of people and vehicles interact with the test track and smart city technology every day.

The lab’s mobile 5G wireless network combined with DSRC roadside units allow for companies to test Vehicle-to-Everything (V2X) communications. Intelligent traffic cameras and traffic signals along with smart streetlights and data sensors provide video coverage and data collection that can be monitored from a central network operations center.

Constructed by the City of Peachtree Corners as an economic development initiative, Curiosity Lab is one of North America’s only real-world testing environments and is available for use free of charge.

For more information contact Betsy Plattenburg, Executive Director, via email at:  betsy@curiositylabptc.com, or by phone at (470) 550-1727.

Drone carrying a package over the autonomous vehicle test track.