This collaboration will enable Tomahawk's Kinesis robotic control software to be used with Kinova robotic arms. This technology combination will facilitate the use of these arms with a range of different mobility platforms as well as the ability to deploy a library of robotic behaviors via third party development environments such as AWS Robomaker.
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"Extensible common control reduces integration costs, opens up a wider range of use cases and makes the use of robotics technology accessible to a broader cross section of the population. This is right in line with our vision to empower humanity through robotics," said Charles Deguire, CEO of Kinova. "This partnership allows for Kinova robotics technologies to address a wider range of needs through greater versatility and ultimately a lower price point. The combination will undoubtedly help people use robotics more efficiently and more safely."
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