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Here’s the latest on this firm’s technology for self-driving cars

Luminar Technologies Inc. expects its lidar technology, which was developed in Orlando, to help lead the way to more autonomous vehicle use.

After 50 years of Apollo 11 questions, this is the only...

No one ever asks Michael Collins about the mice. When he, Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin returned from their...

Orlando hobnobs with Uber, Toyota, Nissan in push to lead driverless...

A conference attracting some of the heaviest hitters in autonomous vehicles could be the first step in making Central Florida a hub...

These are the biggest Q2 2019 venture capital deals in Central...

Companies in metro Orlando raised $5 million in three venture capital deals in second-quarter 2019, down from $40 million in five deals...

SpaceX now knows why its astronaut capsule exploded — and more...

After nearly three months of investigation into what SpaceX at first only called an “anomaly,” the company on Monday announced the likely...

Bridg joins forces with Japanese tech giant Tokyo Electron

Kissimmee-based smart sensor group Bridg and Japanese electronics and semiconductor firm Tokyo Electron Ltd. have formed a strategic partnership to develop tool and...

Health briefing: UCF’s Limbitless Solutions partners with 3-D manufacturer

Limbitless Solutions, a non-profit company founded by UCF students in 2014, has struck a multi-year partnership with Stratasys, an Israeli manufacturer of 3D...

Luminar raises $100M in venture capital to advance self-driving cars

Luminar Technologies Inc. on Wednesday said it has received $100 million in new funding and unveiled a new lidar sensor it claims...

Technology Venture capital to ‘pour fuel on fire’ for Orlando startup...

Michael Wright knows first hand the importance of venture capital funding. The CEO of Orlando-based startup RedTeam Software LLC just received...

Fire at SpaceX facility in Cocoa damages equipment

A fire broke out at a SpaceX facility in Cocoa on July 8, resulting in damaged equipment and infrastructure. No employees were...