RTCC Program Assistant Emmit Owens attended the Global City Teams Challenge (GCTC) kick-off meeting November 12-13 in Gaithersburg, MD. The GCTC is a collaborative network of project teams working to develop and deploy smart city solutions enabled by the internet of things.
The kick-off meeting served as a venue to learn more about the resources available to support smart city efforts, connect with potential project partners and learn about smart city best practices. The GCTC is led by National Institute of Standards and Technology and U.S. Ignite. Several corporations such as IBM, AT&T, Intel serve as partners to the GCTC. Larry Steffan, general manager of the NC Wireless Research Center and co-founder of NC RIoT, also attend the kick-off meeting.
For more information visit GCTC's website.