At Curiosity Lab
A new partnership with Delta Air Lines and Curiosity Lab at Peachtree Corners will give Georgia Tech researchers access to a real-life environment to test autonomous vehicles and smart city technologies.
The collaboration, announced Sept. 5, will allow Georgia Tech’s Smart Cities and Inclusive Innovation initiative to offer seed funding from Delta for projects across campus. Researchers will test their ideas and technologies in Curiosity Lab’s living laboratory in Peachtree Corners.
Nothing is predictable. Real people work and live here. When you need to graduate from a closed environment, and set your technology free to learn in the wild, bring it here. Test, demo and deploy in our ecosystem.
‘We don’t charge for access to our technology infrastructure, including our three-mile autonomous vehicle test track. We built it so you can use it.’ — Curiosity Lab.
Space to Innovate:
Our 25,000-square-foot innovation center and test track are located in a 500-acre technology park where 7500 people work and 1000 live. The City owns 100% of the road, sidewalk and right-of-way and is open to smart city and mobility testing on land and in the air.