Research hubs such as the one GE Aviation opened in Dayton this year and the one it announced for Evendale on Thursday bode well for the area’s economy, company and state leaders said Thursday.
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GE area investments:
2007: GE Aviation acquired Smith Aerospace, including two facilities in Dayton.
2009: GE Aviation begins investing $100 million in the Evendale complex over three years.
Late 2013: GE Aviation opened the Electrical Power Integrated Systems R&D Center (EPISCENTER) at the University of Dayton campus with the UD Research Institute.