CoroWare (News - Alert) Technologies will provide mobile robotics design and development to Man Made Machines for a Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) program. Financial details of the agreement between the two companies were not released.
CoroWare's Robotics and Automation division provides robotics engineering services to corporate researchers, government integrators, and makers of telepresence robots and unmanned aerial vehicles.
"We look forward to working with CoroWare for the specification, design and development of a mobile robot prototype for this SBIR," Arasch Lagies, president of Man Made Machines, said in a company press release. "CoroWare's project coordination, mechanical design, and prototype development capabilities will help us achieve our milestone commitments on or ahead of time."
CoroWare provides specialized services on data visualization, mobile robot simulation, robotic applications development, robot design, and systems architecture and design, the company said.
"We are pleased to have signed this prototype design and development agreement with Man Made Machines,” Lloyd Spencer, president and CEO of CoroWare, said in a statement carried on TMCnet.
In other recent news, CoroWare, Inc. announced in a press release that it has reached an agreement with CieVid, a service provider for desktop video conferencing software and hardware solutions. Its customers are located in Europe. CieVid will market, sell and support CoroCall Business Class HD Video Conferencing. The solution is cloud-based and economical. It is targeted at small- and medium-sized businesses, educational institutions and enterprises.
CoroWare was founded in 2004, and has provided mobile robotics consulting services, solutions, and products to customers in Europe, Asia, and the Americas. For example, the CoroBot product line was shipped to more than 80 corporate and academic researchers in over 20 nations, according to a company statement.
CoroWare was also recently among the companies selected to be featured in the RBR50 list of robotics companies to watch by Robotics Business Review.
Edited by Rich Steeves