Last month, the University of Central Florida and Osceola County struck a preliminary deal to build a $61-million “smart sensors” research center that could lead to the creation of thousands of high-tech jobs.
The sensors are cutting-edge technology used in automobiles, medical devices, home appliances and smart phones.
Speaking to the Osceola County commissioners Monday night, UCF President John Hitt called the partnership a “landmark effort to…expand prosperity in Central Florida.” It will be located across from Heritage Park on 192.
This is great news for residents of Osceola County and those looking to relocate to the area.
To learn more, you can view the Orlando Sentinel article in its entirety, here: http://bit.ly/1p2Papd.
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