We heard you were growing your manufacturing capabilities…
And we have the perfect place for your next U.S. operation. Orlando is the heart of Florida manufacturing in the new age, home to a high volume of tech transfer and commercialization that’s fueled by a top R&D university, specialized research labs/centers and one of the top technology incubation systems and research parks in the country. And with the advanced manufacturing fab in Osceola County tackling big challenges like the “Internet of Everything,” we can deliver more value than other high cost markets like Austin and Rochester.
No. 1 Large City Where Manufacturing is Thriving
No. 1 for STEM Job Growth in the U.S.
UCF Among Top 20 Most Innovative Universities
U.S. News & World Report, 2018-2021
60K+ Tech Workers in Orlando
Computing Technology Industry Association (CompTIA) , 2023
We’re known by the companies we keep
Featured Manufacturing Operations in Orlando
A No. 1 city where manufacturing is thriving, Orlando’s capacity to move people and products keeps its industries strongly positioned for success and growth. From large multi-national corporations like Mitsubishi Power Americas and Siemens Energy to midsize companies and start-ups, companies with manufacturing operations in Orlando span a full spectrum of industry sectors.
Company: Mitsubishi Power
Company Size (Employees): 500-1000
Company: Siemens Energy
Company Size (Employees): 1000-5000
Company: VOXX InternationalVisit Website
upcoming epicenter for innovation
NeoCity is an up-and-coming epicenter for smart sensors, photonics and optics, with ready-made synergies with the University of Central Florida, University of Florida, University of South Florida as well as Central Florida’s large concentration of Department of Defense partners and contractors.
The Perfect Recipe for R&D + Manufacturing
Center for NeoVation
Anchoring the future, master-planned IoT innovation district of NeoCity, BRIDG is located in the Center for Neovation, a versatile boutique microelectronics fabrication facility with 200mm (8-inch) wafer fab capabilities.
- Customized prototypes, systems miniaturization, and compound semiconductor materials integration
- Trusted and assured fabrication facility for the development and low-volume production of microelectronic devices
Bridging the Innovation Development Gap
Established as a not-for-profit, industry-friendly public-private partnership, BRIDG accelerates technology commercialization by providing solutions to bridge technology and capability gaps across multiple fields.
- Research, development, and manufacturing focused on advanced system integration solutions, smart sensor platforms, and non-CMOS electronics devices
- Conduit to match industry needs with university and government lab research
Co-located with BRIDG is imec Florida, offering integrated circuit design research for a broad set of semiconductor-based solutions including sensing and imaging technology such mm-wave imaging, infra-red imaging, LIDAR system, and a broad range of sensors.
"The Florida fab offers a complementary service model and technology platform to our Minnesota fab. We are very excited about the potential to extend SkyWater’s capabilities and to grow operations at both facilities."
– Thomas Sonderman, President and Chief Executive Officer at Skywater Technology
SkyWater Operates Center For NeoVation
SkyWater Technology, the only U.S.-owned and U.S.-based pure play semiconductor foundry, is coming to the Orlando region to officially operate Osceola County’s Center of NeoVation, including BRIDG.
YOUR CONSTRUCTION DOLLAR GOES FURTHER HERE
Build Your Castle
According to the R.S. Means 2018 Construction Index, Orlando’s cost of construction and labor is significantly cheaper than the national average, scoring 85.4. When considering it all together with payroll, construction and real estate, utilities, and state taxes, Orlando serves up savings almost as much as sunshine.
No. 2 Best State for Business
Chief Executive Magazine, 2022
No. 4 Best Market in U.S. for Development Opportunities
NO State Income Tax
The Theme Here is
Orlando universities, trade programs and magnet schools are dedicated to filling the future pipeline of manufacturing workers and feeding manufacturing companies a qualified workforce. Many graduates into Orlando’s workforce stem from technical programs in welding, production and mechatronics technology.
University of Central Florida
THE ADVANCED MANUFACTURING AND PROCESSING CENTER (AMPAC)
The Advanced Materials Processing and Analysis Center (AMPAC) at the University of Central Florida is an interdisciplinary research and education center for materials science and engineering.
ADVANCED MANUFACTURING TRAINING CENTERS
Valencia College offers Advanced Manufacturing programs including instruction and hands-on training at its Advanced Manufacturing Training Center in Kissimmee, in close proximity to NeoCity.
MAGNET HIGH SCHOOL LOCATED NEXT TO THE CENTER FOR NEOVATION
NeoCity Academy, an inquiry-driven,
project-based STEM magnet high
school, continues to grow its enrollment
and curriculum to support the
burgeoning tech district.
"The quality of life, the pro-business environment, the highly developed transportation hub and the high quality of the regional talent base are key reasons why we call Orlando home."
– Paul Browning, CEO at Mitsubishi Power Americas
We’d Love To Show You What A Future Looks Like in Orlando
It would be our pleasure to put together a more detailed proposal for why Samsung should locate its manufacturing operations in Orlando. Our team can provide additional detailed information to share with you including specialized talent data and tailored space recommendations.