The Center for the Development and Application of Internet of Things Technologies (CDAIT) fosters the development of interdisciplinary Internet of Things (IoT) research and education that bridges sponsors with Georgia Tech researchers and faculty as well as industry members who share similar interests. CDAIT is a global, nonprofit, partner-funded center of excellence in IoT that stimulates creativity, productivity gains and revenue generation while addressing critical surrounding societal issues such as privacy, trust, ethics, regulation and policy.
Current members are: AirWatch by VMware, AT&T, Cisco, Corning, Flex (formerly Flextronics), IBM, Infor, Merial [Sanofi] (France), Samsung (Korea), Stanley Black and Decker, and Wipro (India). In December 2015, the International Telecommunication Union (ITU), a specialized agency of the United Nations, and Georgia Tech announced (*) an agreement (MoU) to be implemented by ITU’s SG 20 and CDAIT whose goal is to monitor global Internet of Things activities.
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