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3 UL Lafayette Projects Win U.S. Ignite App Development Awards

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Congratulations to the U.S. Ignite Fall 2017 App Development Award winners from the University of Louisiana at Lafayette!

Crisis Eye - Building a dynamic quality of service platform that ties together a wide variety of video sources to provide tools to improve situational awareness for emergency responders.

Kvasir VR - Provides a collaborative multi-user VR environment that injects a livestreamed instructor into a virtual solar plant through the use of real-time scanning.

Lafayette Engagement and Research Network (LEaRN) - Expanding the use of a data sharing API to harvest realtime environmental and city sensors of all kinds.

Lafayette boasts 3 winning projects among 18 other Smart Gigabit Communities across the nation! #SmartCity #gigabitcommunity #USIgnite

For more information, visit https://www.us-ignite.org/news/us-ignite-announces-recipients-of-fall-20...

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