Chester Kennedy‘s company is a main ingredient in the game-changing recipe for creating high-tech equipment connected to the internet.
Kennedy is CEO of Bridg, the Kissimmee-based group that manages and operates the 109,000-square-foot Center of Neovation factory, which produces smart sensors, tiny computer chips that connect to the internet to collect data. And his team of 75 employees as of late April have produced 500 wafer discs, each of which contain about 2,000 smart sensors. That’s a milestone for the group that started production last year. Read more here.