Catania’s Live Local, Give Local Shines a Light on Community Partnerships and Giving Back

Join Us in Making a Difference at “Live Local, Give Local” Charity Auction! On December 7th, Catania Product Development is hosting their 3rd annual “Live Local, Give Local” charity auction, benefiting the South Brevard Sharing Center (SBSC). Last year’s event resulted in raising $10,000 for SBSC! Feature loal auction items, brews, bites and music, join us this year to raise even more to help our local community!

Calling Space Coast Companies! Help us Raise Money to Support Our Community

Join Us in Making a Difference at “Live Local, Give Local” Charity Auction! On December 7th, Catania Product Development is hosting their 3rd annual “Live Local, Give Local” charity auction, benefiting the South Brevard Sharing Center (SBSC). Last year’s event resulted in raising $10,000 for SBSC! Feature loal auction items, brews, bites and music, join us this year to raise even more to help our local community!

What is Design for Manufacturability? 

What is DFM? Through Catania’s Design for Manufacturability process, we ensure a positive user experience through ALL aspects of your product design lifecycle.

Through Catania’s Design for Manufacturability (DFM) process, we ensure a positive user experience through ALL aspects of your product design lifecycle. Properly executed DFM in the initial design stage will yield optimal returns in terms of both time and cost. Read more to find out how DFM encompasses several principles to establish an effective manufacturing plan.

Why Hire a Project Manager with Catania Product Development?

Through Catania’s Technical Program Management, we ensure total customer satisfaction for your most crucial project and program needs. Here at Catania Product Development, we strive every day to deliver the best user experience possible. Our team of talented mechanical, manufacturing, systems, and project engineers is ready to provide a personalized experience that meets the unique … Read more

Celebrating Sustainability on Earth Day

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Catania Product Development’s passion is not just fueled by our customer’s success, but the positive impact we make for our planet by decreasing our environmental footprint. Catania Product Development is a team of passionate people that work to elevate the user experience in each and every project. Part of this passion is ensuring that the … Read more

Three Keys to Success for Your Synapse Florida Event

Synapse, SwiftPaws and the win

Innovation is alive in Central Florida, a Synapse Florida event will help elevate your business – here’s how we found success. Synapse is the statewide connector of Florida’s innovation community, creating opportunities for entrepreneurs, investors, and talent to find what they need and share what they have. Through their annual events, leaders from all industries, … Read more

We used VR to increase the user experience and won!

Virtual reality – the fully immersive experience that brings you to another world (or makes you run into a wall) is so much more than video games or simulated roller coasters. Virtual reality is ushering in a new era of product development through a virtual prototyping environment – something we are perfecting here at Catania. … Read more

Brevard County and our Mission to Live and Give Local

At its 2nd annual Live Local, Give Local event held on December 9th at Groundswell Startups, Catania Product Development, a product-design engineering firm out of Melbourne, Florida, raised $10,000 for the South Brevard Sharing Center (SBSC), a non-profit, community based agency whose mission is to support, strengthen and empower families to achieve self-sufficiency in south Brevard County, FL.

Responding to Shark Tank, Design for Cost

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Have you ever made the observation of how products get smaller? Have you ever looked at computers from the 70s and compared them to today’s computers, and asked, how did that happen?    As engineers and designers, we do that all the time. We do it in part because we’re curious about things and we … Read more