2017 Transportation Tech GameChangers Revealed in Hub

Staff Report From Georgia CEO

Wednesday, December 13th, 2017

The Technology Association of Georgia, one of the nation’s largest state trade organizations dedicated to technology and innovation, recently released its Georgia Game Changers: Who’s Who in Transportation Technology list in the latest issue of the organization’s Hub Magazine.   
The list identifies key players from the state’s technology-focused transportation companies who are driving innovation the industry.  Executives that made the 2017 list include:
Brian Greaves
Director of Product and Channel Management,
AT&T Internet of Things Solutions
Phil Horlock
Blue Bird Corporation
Nicole M. Jones
Global Innovation Leader
Delta Air Lines
Don Panoz,
Chairman and Co-Founder
Green4U Technologies, Inc.
Torrey Kirby
Interim AGM of Technology/CIO
Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority
John Avery
Engineering Group Manager
Panasonic Automotive Systems
John Ziglar
Steve Howard
Camden County Administrator and Project Lead
Spaceport Camden
Kevin Holleran
President and CEO
Textron Specialized Vehicles
Mike McQuary
Wheego Technologies, Inc.
Hub TransTech Cover finalTransportation Technology is an emerging tech sector in Georgia. The state is home to the world’s busiest airport, the nation’s eighth busiest subway system, four auto manufacturers, and the North American headquarters for two major car companies and 6 transportation-tech focused innovation centers. The Transportation Technology issue of Hub Magazine focuses on the innovators and companies that are driving the sector in the Peach State.    
The issue also features Cox Automotive SVP, Amy Mills on the cover and profiles the tech scenes of Metro Atlanta’s Aerotropolis region; showcases startups in transportation tech and provides a recap of the biggest technology headlines, news and more.