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Exclusive: Opening date, more details revealed for Osceola's $75M smart sensor center

Mar 3, 2017 - Orlando Business Journal (Florida)

The CEO of a group that will manage the $75 million smart sensor center in Osceola County told Orlando Business Journal that dozens of workers will move into the facility March 20 and gave an update for what's to come.

"About 30 workers will be at the location on March 20," said Chester Kennedy, CEO of BRIDG (Bridging the Innovation Development Gap). We'll have a formal ribbon cutting April 13."

Construction for the two-story, 109,000-square-foot facility started in 2015, and the bus

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