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The Minneapolis 911 Center has received the 911 Outstanding Call Center Award from the Washington-based E9-1-1 Institute for its work after the I-35W bridge collapse in August.
Georgia state Sen. Judson Hill and Patrick Moore, executive director for the Georgia Technology Authority, have received Technology Policy Leadership Awards from the Southeast Council for the Washington-based AeA, formerly American Electronics Association, for promoting Georgia’s electronics industry.
Palo Alto, Calif.-based ShotSpotter has received the North America Product Innovation Award from San Antonio-based Frost & Sullivan consultants for its gunshot detection system.
The Savannah, Ga., Metropolitan Planning Commission has received the Innovative and Effective Planning Process award from the Georgia Planning Association for the city’s transportation development plan.
The East Baton Rouge, La., Recycling Office has received the Beth Brown Boettner Award for Outstanding Public Education from the Fairfax, Va.-based National Recycling Coalition.