GE Opens Innovation Center

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PLAINVILLE — General Electric (GE) is serious about product innovation. The Fairfield-headquartered company has just opened a $1.5 million, 17,000-square-foot New Product Innovation Center in "/orig/buy//#order_">order .

" click here facility, which features a pilot-run production area and a machine shop, is aimed at enabling GE engineers to design, develop and deliver new products more efficiently.

GE will first invite nearby students from Plainville High School and Hartford’s University High School for Science & Engineering to take part in a challenge in which teams, paired with a GE engineer, will design and race mini sailboats. The Hartford students will later demonstrate a robot built for this year’s FIRST Robotics Competition.

 
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