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Connecticut Center for Advanced Technology Secures $900,000 for Community Funding Project in Connecticut’s First District

Connecticut Center for Advanced Technology Secures $900,000 for Community Funding Project in Connecticut’s First District

CCAT to reinvest funding into manufacturing and technology workforce and small business development EAST HARTFORD, March 14, 2022   On March 10, Rep. John B. Larson (CT-01) voted to fund $6.38 million in Community Project Funding that he previously secured for the First District. This funding, included in the appropriations government…

Sensofar announces Connecticut Center for Advanced Technology (CCAT) partnership in the US

Sensofar announces Connecticut Center for Advanced Technology (CCAT) partnership in the US

Sensofar commitment to the US’s industrial sector Sensofar Group, a high-end surface metrology instrument designer and manufacturer, today announced its partnership with the Connecticut Center for Advanced Technology (CCAT), a premier manufacturing technology provider that has engaged the manufacturing sector throughout Connecticut, New England, and the U.S. for nearly two…

CCAT Launches Advanced Composites Technology Center Partnership with Pratt & Whitney, Goodwin University and the State of Connecticut

CCAT Launches Advanced Composites Technology Center Partnership with Pratt & Whitney, Goodwin University and the State of Connecticut

‘This is about Connecticut leading in technology’ EAST HARTFORD – (Oct. 26, 2021) The Connecticut Center for Advanced Technology (CCAT) officially unveiled the Advanced Composites Technology Center, a unique public-private partnership with CCAT, Pratt & Whitney, Goodwin University and the State of Connecticut. The center, housed at Goodwin University and…

A Manufacturing Tradition That Doesn’t Stand Still [Hartford Live Work Play, Sept 2021]

A Manufacturing Tradition That Doesn’t Stand Still [Hartford Live Work Play, Sept 2021]

Industry, innovation and old-fashioned yankee ingenuity run deep in greater Hartford’s blood. A hub for advanced manufacturing, as well as aerospace and defense companies, Hartford is a well-positioned magnet for top talent and companies. Familiar names with a stake in the region include Carrier, Honeywell, Pratt & Whitney, Stanley Black…

Connecticut Center for Advanced Technology Appoints Adrian Cosma to Its Board of Directors

Connecticut Center for Advanced Technology Appoints Adrian Cosma to Its Board of Directors

VP of Hartford Steam Boiler Business Development Industrial IoT Solutions Brings Deep Experience in Marketplace and Growth Strategies East Hartford, Conn. – The Connecticut Center for Advanced Technology (CCAT), a premier manufacturing technology resource for manufacturers across the state, announced today the appointment of Adrian Cosma to the nonprofit’s Board of Directors. Cosma joins…

Six Connecticut Manufacturers to Receive $100,000 for New Additive Manufacturing Equipment

Six Connecticut Manufacturers to Receive $100,000 for New Additive Manufacturing Equipment

Hartford, Conn. – Governor Ned Lamont, the Department of Economic and Community Development (DECD) and the Connecticut Center for Advanced Technology (CCAT) announced today that six manufacturers in Connecticut will be receiving a total of $600,000 in grants to facilitate the adoption of additive manufacturing in their operations. “Connecticut is…