KC Digital Drive’s Air Quality Sensors project was recently highlighted as part of MetroLab Network and Government Technology’s Innovation of the Month Series, which highlights impactful tech, data and innovation projects underway between cities and universities. The sensor project is focused on reducing air pollution in COVID-19 hot beds and improving overall air quality using citizen-accessible data and sensors. To learn more, read MetroLab’s interview with Jim Starcev, Solutions Lab program manager at KC Digital Drive; Jensen Adams, energy and sustainability officer at the Kansas City Public Library; and Doug Norsby, air quality planner at the Mid-America Regional Council.

Click here to read the interview, featuring Jim Starcev, Jensen Adams, and Doug Norsby

Click here to learn more about KC Digital Drive’s Air Quality Sensors project

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AR/VR Heartland Developer Challenge Demo Day

On February 3rd, KC Digital Drive hosted a demo day at the T-Mobile campus for the Augmented Reality/Virtual Reality (AR/VR) Heartland Developer Challenge, a year-long program to bring together entrepreneurs, hackers, makers, developers, and other creative minds with the goal of building AR applications that solve local problems. The full list of developers who presented […]

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