The International Consortium for Advanced Manufacturing Research (ICAMR) invites leading global companies with Internet-of-Everything manufacturing endeavors to participate in an industry-friendly consortium for advanced sensors, photonics and optics, and other advanced device manufacturing opportunities. ICAMR is initially targeting the mega-growth technologies that will lead to over 50 billion devices being connected by sensors by the beginning of the next decade.
ICAMR will develop innovative manufacturable processes, materials, and equipment for advanced sensors and other future high-tech products (emitters, modulators, energy and communications devices/systems). By leveraging unique emerging technology capabilities, processes, and background IP, ICAMR will develop advanced lab/fab and universal technology platforms with the economy of scale needed for cost-effective manufacturing.
ICAMR is located at the FARM – a research park offering acres of permitted building space for those who wish to focus on development of advanced manufacturing technologies and take advantage of dedicated space without issues associated with permitting and utilities.
Provide one-stop development and integration of advanced devices and materials
Accelerate technology commercialization by providing solutions to fill technology and capability gaps across multiple technology fields
Provide substantial returns to partners through leveraged shared access and development and manufacturing cost reductions
Global industry leaders and business analysis experts agree that the next disruptive market explosion will be 'semiconductor based' connected devices - lead and enabled by the production of advanced sensor devices. By 2017, smart sensors will be the dominant product for semiconductor manufacturing and the pervasiveness of sensors will be the catalyst for growth & technology advances in nearly all industries.
Gross Square Footage: 109,654 sq. ft.
1st floor: 54,816 sq. ft. // 2nd floor: 54,838 sq. ft.
The new state-of-the-art facility is located on a 20-acre site by U.S. 192 and the Florida Turnpike near Orlando