BRIDG is offering cleanroom space and seeking partnerships to help alleviate shortages in life-saving medical supplies.
BRIDG is offering cleanroom space and seeking partnerships to help alleviate shortages in ventilators, Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), and other life-saving medical supplies and strengthen the U.S. response to COVID-19.
The BRIDG fab features 26,500 sq. ft. of Class 100 (ISO Class 5) cleanroom space with a full sub-fab, and 9,400 sq. ft. Class 10K (ISO Class 7) cleanroom space. There is space available in each cleanroom and the sub-fab to support life-saving medical supply production.
The manufacturing ecosystem plays a significant role in addressing this national emergency. In response, BRIDG has made portions of its cleanrooms available for partners that have the equipment required for production of these products.
BRIDG remains committed to its vision of repatriating semiconductor technologies for national security and diversifying Florida’s economy through the creation of high skill and high wage jobs in the fields of microelectronics and advanced manufacturing.
BRIDG is a not-for-profit, public-private partnership specializing in advanced system integration, microelectronics fabrication, III-V materials growth for sensors, optoelectronics, and high-speed transistors. BRIDG offers production process technologies, R&D capabilities, and 200mm microelectronics fabrication geared toward system miniaturization, device integration, hardware security, and product development key to aerospace/defense and the IoT/AI revolution.
Supported by Osceola County, University of Central Florida, Florida High Tech Corridor Council and others, BRIDG provides the physical infrastructure and collaborative process to connect challenges and opportunities with solutions; “Bridging the Innovation Development Gap” making commercialization possible.
Located at NeoCity—a 500-acre master-planned community of innovation in Florida—BRIDG is centrally located 20 minutes from Orlando International Airport and within a mile of Florida’s Turnpike.