Gigabit City Summit 2016

Announcing the 2016 Gigabit City Summit, a KC Digital Drive production, from May 16-18, 2016 in Kansas City. With 50 communities and nearly 250 delegates in attendance, our first Summit was an unqualified success! And the overwhelming feedback from those who attended...
Capture: A Community Filmmaking Project

Capture: A Community Filmmaking Project

CAPTURE A Two-City, Gigabit-Powered Filmmaking Challenge Learn More Capture is a unique 48-hour crowd-sourced film challenge that takes place annually in Kansas City and Chattanooga. Created by the Association for Visual Arts in Chattanooga in 2013, Capture...

CAPTURE: A Community Filmmaking Event

1. YOU shoot the films. 2. THEY edit them. 3. WE all watch movies about our two cities in CAPTURE A unique 48-hour crowd-sourced film challenge taking place in Kansas City and Chattanooga, CAPTURE invites you to shoot five, 30-second video clips of your city around a...

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Comeback KC Ventures Holds First Demo Day to Highlight KC Entrepreneurs

On November 11th, the Comeback KC Ventures program held its first Demo Day, highlighting 12 entrepreneurs who are developing new products and services in response to COVID-19. The full list of entrepreneurs who presented can be found below, along with a brief description of their solution and a link to a recording of their presentation. […]

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KC Digital Drive Air Sensors Project Named MetroLab Network & GovTech’s Innovation of the Month

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.

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