Golf Carts: Peachtree City, Georgia

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There are golf carts all over Heaven. which turns out to be a suburb of Atlanta

Electric Golf Cart Community in the News Again!

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Remember Peachtree City, Georgia , the land of a thousand golf carts ? Now Panasonic Automotive and AT&T are teaming up to test "connected car" technology, using that community as a model

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Ford opens new Silicon Valley research center; focus on connectivity, mobility, autonomous vehicles, big data

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Mobility: As the next phase in Ford’s Remote Repositioning mobility experiment, the Palo Alto team is now testing the ability to drive vehicles located on Georgia Institute of Technology’s campus in Atlanta from the Bay Area to prove out the new technology. A person sitting in the Palo Alto laboratory can access real-time video streamed over existing 4G/LTE technology to drive golf carts thousands of miles away.

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Ford announces Smart Mobility plan; 25 initial projects

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Using Georgia Tech-owned golf carts to prove out the technology, a person sitting in a remote location can access real-time video streamed over LTE to drive the carts. This experiment, the second conducted with Georgia Tech, leverages driver-assist sensors that most Ford vehicles already have, including sonar and radar, by putting them to work for everybody.

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Koreas CTT To Manufacture Electric Vehicles in US

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Company officials are considering potential sites in South Carolina, Georgia, North Carolina, Alabama and California. The c-Zone is based on a golf cart chassis and uses a 48V, 3.5 The e-Zone Electric Vehicle (EV) is a Low Speed Vehicle (LSV) that passes international crash test standards and will be one of the vehicle types CT&T will produce for the US market. Source: CT&T United. Click to enlarge. CT&T Company , Ltd.,

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