About the 5G Program
The 5G Connected Future Incubator program helps startups and entrepreneurs build, develop, test, and bring to market new and groundbreaking 5G products and services. With stronger network reliability, faster downloads, near real-time response, and support for even more connected devices, 5G has the potential to unlock a new world of possibilities.
The new 5G incubator is at Curiosity Lab at Peachtree Corners, a 500-acre, smart city technology park. As a living lab powered by T-Mobile 5G, developers will build and test new 5G use cases here.
Ideate –Think BIG. Be BOLD. Re-IMAGINE.
Educate—Discover the power of 5G. Unleash the potential.
Create—Invent the next Big Thing in 5G
Grow—Expand your market reach and scale your business
Is my company a good fit?
If your business uses 5G in new and innovative ways that go “Beyond the Smartphone,” for robotics, AR/VR, vehicle to vehicle or vehicle to infrastructure communications, advanced automation and control, or any other technology that requires ultra-high reliability, ultra-low latency, large data volumes that only 5G can provide, you should join us.
About the Lead Catalyst
Industry veteran Bob Siegel serves as ATDC’s 5G Connected Future Startup Catalyst. Siegel comes to ATDC with 25 years of mobility experience, including senior roles at Accenture and Verizon Telematics. He leverages his extensive network to discover high-potential startups that can benefit from ATDC’s program. In this new position, Siegel leads recruitment efforts of startups working on 5G technology and guides their growth while in the incubator. He is based at Curiosity Lab’s Innovation Center in Peachtree Corners.
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About the Sponsor
T‑Mobile, Georgia Tech, an\d Curiosity Lab Team Up to Fuel 5G Innovation.
Experience America’s largest, fastest & most reliable 5G network. With its supercharged 5G network, T-Mobile is working to fuel 5G innovation and build the 5G ecosystem.
To generate “Beyond the Smartphone,” use of the revolutionary technology that is 5G.