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RFID Changing Lives By James Gerdeman
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Life changing technology is in the air and it is helping to make us green. Radio frequency identification, RFID, is improving our commute, speeding shipments across the globe, and securing our... More > fleets and communities. This is one government plan that has led us to making life changing improvements for the better. Since ISTEA was first implemented all modes of transportation have used the RFID tags to improve logistics, provide security and make traffic flow.< Less
CREATE: New Albany By Tracy Quinn
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Create Common ground is the result of a partnership between the Carl Small Town Center (CSTC) ad the CREATE Foundation that began in 1998. It is the partnership's belief that the greatest asset to a... More > community's to identify and understand the impact of the built environment on the quality of life. Each year, a community in Northeast Mississippi is selected from a pool of applicants to participate with the CREATE Common Ground class. The class is held by the Mississippi State University's School of Architecture in the Spring semester and open to students in architecture and any related design disciplines. Create: Common Ground has worked with dozen of municipalities throughout the thirteen years since its inception. This year, the City of New Albany was selected by the CSTC and the CREATE Foundation.< Less
CREATE Common Ground: Calhoun City By Tracy Quinn
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Create Common ground is the result of a partnership between the Carl Small Town Center (CSTC) ad the CREATE Foundation that began in 1998. It is the partnership's belief that the greatest asset to a... More > community's to identify and understand the impact of the built environment on the quality of life. Each year, a community in Northeast Mississippi is selected from a pool of applicants to participate with the CREATE Common Ground class. The class is held by the Mississippi State University's School of Architecture in the Spring semester and open to students in architecture and any related design disciplines. Create: Common Ground has worked with dozen of municipalities throughout the fourteen years since its inception. This year, the Calhoun City was selected by the CSTC and the CREATE Foundation.< Less