Tuesday, December 12, 2017

Osceola high tech center becomes concrete reality

A new high-tech research center in Osceola County is becoming a more concrete reality — literally. The $71.4 million building is now looming over the countryside at the former Judge Farms property. Read...

European nanotech group partnering with Osceola high-tech center

Osceola County will contribute $15 million during the next five years to programming and research development at high-tech Florida Advanced Manufacturing Research Center, currently under construction near Kissimmee. The Board of County Commissioners...

Far from rusty: Central Florida manufacturers turn to trendy 3D printing

Uses for 3D printing are exploding, as more people tinkering with the technology have turned out items ranging from controversial plastic guns to widely hailed prosthetic limbs in Orlando. Now Central Florida...

Florida TaxWatch endorses Osceola’s high-tech center

A well-known taxpayer research institute and government watchdog endorsed a major high-tech project in Osceola — a move that may solidify it as a game changer for Central Florida's economy. Florida TaxWatch...

Osceola’s high-tech project gains TaxWatch support

TaxWatch, better known for telling people about tax waste, is endorsing a big-spending project in Osceola County -- the Florida Advanced Manufacturing Research Center. The not-for-profit TaxWatch says the project would not only boost...

ICAMR exploring partnership with nano-tech organization

The International Consortium for Advanced Manufacturing Researchis steadily making strides to build up its Florida Advanced Manufacturing Research Center in Osceola County. This time, the organization is eyeing a partnership with a...

Harris Corp. signs as partner at Osceola high-tech center

Melbourne-based Harris Corp. signed a letter of intent to be the first formal industry member of the Osceola high-tech center being developed by ICAMR, or International Consortium for Advanced Manufacturing Research. Harris,...

Osceola advanced manufacturing center inks first consortium member

The International Consortium for Advanced Manufacturing Research (ICAMR) in Osceola County has signed its first consortium member — and it's a big one. Melbourne-based Harris Corp. (NYSE: HRS) on Sept. 14 announced...
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