KDOT has developed a new Airspace Awareness Tool, which uses Google Earth to map airspaces. The tool is meant to help with economic development, allowing people to see if tall structures, such as wind turbines, would interfere with Kansas airports' airspaces.
Photo by Brenna Hawley
Alex Whitten, Eudora High junior, demonstrates KDOT's new Airspace Awareness Tool, which helps people figure out if structures such as wind turbines will interfere with airspace. The program is the first of its kind in the country.