5G Catalyst Bob Siegel (left) interviews Peachtree Corners Assistant City Manager Brandon Branham (right) for the new 5G Connected Future Incubator podcast.
Check out what the 5G Connected Future Incubator and 5G Catalyst Bob Siegel have been up as they to help startups and entrepreneurs grow, develop, test and bring to market new and groundbreaking 5G products and services.
T-Mobile Accelerator, Curiosity Lab at Peachtree Corners and the Georgia Institute of Technology launched the incubator in 2021. Georgia Tech’s Advanced Technology Development Center (ATDC) and Bob Siegel manage the incubator located at Curiosity Lab’s 500-acre smart city technology park in Peachtree Corners.
Last month was Prototyping March at the incubator, a month dedicated to building prototypes, testing, learning, iterating, and doing it all again. Bob hosted three webinars to help startups learn to make prototyping a core skill at their respective companies.
The three Prototyping March webinars are on ATDC’s YouTube channel:
- Webinar 1: Prototype to Production and Overcoming Challenges Along the Way
- Webinar 2: Intro to Tools for Prototyping and Small Batch Builds
- Webinar 3: What type of prototype do you need? How to get it? Prototype March
Bob now hosts a podcast for the 5G Connected Future Incubator. His interviews focus on how companies can best use 5G. Episodes so far have focused on the background and future of 5G innovation, as well as an interview with Brandon Branham, Peachtree Corners assistant city manager.
Bob Siegel (left) and Brandon Branham (right) record the 5G Connected Future Incubator podcast in the podcasting room at Curiosity Lab’s Innovation Center.
Check out the podcast and subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Spotify and iHeart.
The 5G Connected Future Incubator helps technology startups that are building and testing 5G use cases in areas such as autonomous vehicles, robotics, industrial drones, mixed-reality training and entertainment, remote medical care, personal health and fitness wearables and more.