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The Federal Trade Commission is looking into whether Evolv Technologies, which has sold security scanners to Atlanta-area school districts, exaggerated in marketing materials what its products can do.
The funds will be awarded to the Atlanta Center for Microsystems Engineered Point-of-Care Technologies over the next five years to support inventors developing microsystems-based point-of-care technologies.
What began as a project to monitor the health of tunnel ventilation systems within the rail network of the Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority, has evolved into a citywide upgrade of building infrastructure.
San Francisco-based Cruise has begun testing its self-driving vehicles in Atlanta. A driver will be behind the wheel in the initial phase as its cars roll through parts of downtown, Midtown and Buckhead.
Police dispatchers in Atlanta now have access to a cloud-based tool that provides real-time emergency information, offering visual and audio data that includes caller details and precise location information.
Peachtree Corners has launched a new collaboration with Spoke to transform roadway safety and rider connectivity by delivering the first-ever Internet-connected ecosystem for vulnerable road users.
Kiran Ahuja, director of the Office of Personnel Management, which oversees hiring for the 2.2 million-person federal workforce, said there are about 1,000 job openings in metro Atlanta for federal jobs.
Authorities say technology played a vital role in Wednesday’s eight-hour search for a man accused of opening fire inside a Midtown medical office, killing one woman and wounding four others.
Atlanta’s local government and its economic development authority recently unveiled a free online networking operation aimed at connecting small businesses to larger corporations and suppliers.
Electric bikes are becoming a popular alternative to short- and medium-range trips that would normally have been traveled by car. But experts warn the vehicles are only as good as the infrastructure they travel, which is often lacking in low-income neighborhoods.