Florida-Israel Innovation Partnership

Space Florida has entered into an innovative bi-lateral partnership with the Israel Innovation Authority (OCS) to support joint aerospace research & development projects. Florida and Israeli companies are invited to form teams and submit joint applications for this program. Up to $1 million in grant awards may be made to Florida companies under this program in FY 2019. Space Florida administers the program in conjunction with Israel Innovation Authority (OCS), the international arm of the Office of the Chief Scientist. The application deadline is Thursday, February 14, 2019 at 3:00 pm EST.

Download Document – Aerospace Track & R&D Aerospace Grant Application Process

Call For Projects

Past Awardees


  • Micro – gRx/Sanford Burnham Preby’s Medical Discovery Institute/SpacePharma
  • Harris Corporation/Nano Dimensions
  • SynergyWerks Aerospace/D-Vision
  • HeuRobotics/A-Growing
  • Semplastics Inc./Nano Dimensions


  • CadW Therapeutics/Scripps Florida/SpacePharma
  • Lockheed Martin Space Systems/STEMRAD
  • Vision Engineering Systems/Semiconductor Devices
  • Simiosys LLC + SIFT/E1 Mind A


  • Micro gRx/SpacePharma
  • Cella Energy/Aerospace Industries, Ltd.
  • Lockheed Martin Space Systems/STEMRAD
  • General Capacitor/Elbit Systems Land and C4I, Ltd.


  • Micro Aerospace Solutions/NSL Satellites
  • S3 USA Operations/SpacePharma

Space Transportation Infrastructure Matching Fund

This application solicits proposals to continue the development of space transportation infrastructure that supports Space Florida’s legislative intent and Florida spaceport territory master plans. Space Florida is designated in section 331.3011(3), Florida Statutes, to be the “single point of contact for state aerospace-related activities with federal agencies, the military, state agencies, businesses, and the private sector.”

Space Florida will use the qualifying applications to develop a proposed list of spaceport discretionary capacity improvement projects for submission to the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT). Prioritized spaceport projects may be included in the FDOT five-year work program of transportation improvement projects. This application is mandatory before Space Florida can prioritize candidate projects for available State and/or Federal funding. Matching funds may be used for preliminary design, environmental study, design, engineering, and/or construction of spaceport facilities infrastructure recommended by master plans in Florida spaceport territories.