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We provide both startups and established companies with the resources and infrastructure to imagine, build and validate next generation IoT, smart city and mobility technologies.

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City of Peachtree Corners, Georgia Assistant City Manager and CTO Brandon Branham and T-Mobile for Business Program and Business Development Director Tiana McNeil took the stage at Sensors Converge this afternoon discussing our #SmartCity, deployed #CV2X technologies and how access to T-Mobile's 5G opens the door to a new world of innovation. #siliconorchard #SensorsConverge ... See MoreSee Less
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Brian and Gurfinkel shaking hands.

Peachtree Corners & Curiosity Lab Invited to Send Delegation to Israel for Smart Mobility Conference

Technology and innovation are happening across the globe, and Peachtree Corners and Curiosity Lab are tapped into the latest developments. City and Lab leaders regularly travel and meet with new and interesting companies, generating national and international interest in economic development opportunities that will drive economic growth and development for the Peachtree Corners community. Just… (Read more)

Curiosity Lab's prototype design lab

Curiosity Lab Spurs IoT Innovation with Unique Real-World Testing, Collaboration Spaces & Podcast Offerings

The future of smart cities and intelligent mobility innovation relies on the continued evolution of internet of things (IoT) technology, a market that is projected to grow to $555.8 billion in 2028, up from $383.1 billion in 2021. There is clearly huge potential here for both private and public entities to develop new IoT technologies… (Read more)