Tomahawk Robotics Announces Kinova Partnership

Tomahawk Robotics and Kinova Partner to Offer Highly Flexible Robotic Control Solutions for Professional, Assistive and Research Robotics

Tomahawk Robotics, an innovator of robotic control software, is partnering with Kinova a recognized leader in robotic manipulation technologies. 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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Tomahawk Robotics and FLYMOTION Partner to Bring Enterprise Class Robotic Control Solutions to the Public Safety Market

Tomahawk Robotics, an innovator of robotic control technologies, is partnering with FLYMOTION, the leading provider of Public Safety UAS solutions and services, to bring Kinesis to the public safety market.

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User Interfaces & Robotics: Filling the Gaps

With Jony Ive sending shockwaves through the tech world last week, announcing his departure from Apple after nearly thirty years with the company, design-related buzzwords such as “intuitive’’ and “gesture controls” have re-emerged in the national dialogue. Few designers have reached the kind of mainstream popularity that positioned Ive to educate the public on the human-technology relationship.  Over the last decade, a universal understanding and expectation have developed that each function and ability of a device or application should be clear and obvious from the very first interaction.

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Top 3 Challenges of Robotic Systems and How to Overcome Them

Ever since Isaac Asimov introduced the Three Laws of Robotics in his 1950 anthology “I, Robot,” society’s preconceived notions on the role of robotics and their ability to protect and aid humanity has permeated the national dialogue via popular culture and the scientific community. As the discussion on robotic systems becomes less theoretical and more practical, the decisions being made today surrounding the role of AI, UAV’s, and UGV’s in our everyday lives have very real implications.

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