By Jonathan Greig
Qualcomm has announced a new deal with the government of Peachtree Corners, Georgia, and Jacobs that will see the three organizations roll out a variety of technology related to Cellular Vehicle-to-Everything technology.
Brandon Branham, assistant city manager and chief technology officer of Peachtree Corners, told reporters that the city has long "stressed the importance of smart connected infrastructure to support all parts of an ecosystem," listing off a slate of technological innovations ranging from autonomous vehicles to autonomous shuttles deployed for residents, pedestrians crossing the road, and smart traffic management.
"Qualcomm Technologies' industry-leading C-V2X technologies will greatly elevate our infrastructure, making it second-to-none for both technology developers and our residents as we connect more of society and business," Branham said.
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