The Ray is a proving ground for the evolving ideas and technologies that will transform the transportation infrastructure of the future. By innovating from the ground up, we’re creating a corridor that reconnects and restores us, paving the way to a safer and more prosperous future for all.
Chatham County is using its Smart Communities support to partner with Georgia Tech researchers to develop a sensor network that uses data analytics for more accurate, localized flooding forecasts and improved emergency planning and response.
Curiosity Lab is an economic development initiative by the City of Peachtree Corners. We don’t charge for access to our technology infrastructure, including our autonomous vehicle test track.
Gwinnett County is a city with a high economic growth rate and heavy traffic. The city is trying to improve mobility and traffic safety with the help of modern networked vehicle technologies.
The city of Chamblee expands local transit opportunities to link the MARTA rail station to other nearby neighbourhoods. With the support of partners, the city wants to increase the number of passengers per autonomous vehicle, by improving the urban design and by considering passenger experiences.
The City of Albany has developed an integrated data portal in order to drive efficiency and transparency throughout the city government. First Implementation focus area: Housing records and utility data are the initial focus of the project.