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BRIDG’s new tech institute partner may lure more business

The latest team player for Osceola County’s smart-sensor group may score the organization the recognition it needs for its burgeoning 500-acre tech campus. BRIDG — which operates and manages the $75 million,...

Power partnership: How SUNY Poly will bring big investments to local 500-acre tech campus

Osceola County's smart sensor group BRIDG is courting dozens of potential partners to fill out its portfolio, and a New York research institute is the latest to join the team. BRIDG on...

Team Orlando, high-paying jobs need future investment, experts say

A long-term effort to ensure the future of Orlando’s simulation and training tech industry has finally paid off, but the work isn’t over to maintain that future. The cluster of military and...

Here’s why OneWeb may expand more on Florida’s Space Coast

OneWeb founder Greg Wyler signed a deal in Saudi Arabia on Oct. 26 to provide more than 200,000 homes with internet access — a move that may lead to the company...

Here’s how this group is paving the way for next-gen tech in NeoCity

A smart sensor development group in Osceola inked a new partnership with a well-known research institute in New York — a move that will help accelerate technology innovation at NeoCity, a...

Kissimmee’s high-tech BRIDG partners up with New York university

new partnership for an Osceola County-based high-tech research facility could lead to more money. In a release announcing a new partnership for BRIDG near Kissimmee, one of the main benefits touted was...

Trigaux: 5 economic trends that will drive Tampa Bay’s future

Tampa Bay and Florida are like most metros and states — vying to get bigger, stronger and eager to do more. What they don't have, they want. And what they do...

Building a 21st century economy in Florida | Opinion

As a new legislative session kicks off this week, a few thoughts on the current status quo in Tallahassee. Why are state lawmakers content to continue legislating with a 20th century...

Orlando searches for funding ideas for local tech groups

The city of Orlando has decided to seek ideas on how to best support the local burgeoning tech community. Initially, the city was going to give $115,000 from its fiscal 2017-2018 budget...

Amazon says HQ2 call drew 238 bids from across North America

Amazon.com said its call for second headquarters proposals received 238 bids from cities and regions in 54 states and provinces across North America. The Seattle-based internet retailer and cloud computing giant launched...
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