St. Paul Startup Sense AI Raises $420k, Gets Strategic With Earth Networks


Kelvin SenseSt. Paul startup Sense AI has raised $420k according to a recent set of SEC disclosures.

The company is the parent of Kelvin Sense, software used in mobile devices to measure ambient states such as temperature, altitude and pressure without the need for additional hardware.

The Android App has been live for 10 months, with an iOS in beta, and a fresh SDK release for developers and manufacturers to integrate with their own applications.  Founder and CEO Ben Jordan says the proprietary product has evolved from a simple temperature sensor into a suite of measurements calibrated across any device.