A combination of performance and design characteristics makes roller screws an ideal solution for many robotics applications.
Kinova has been working with Auris Health to develop a purpose-built robotic arm to help enable meaningful progress in surgery.
Kinova makes a variety of robotic arms. Kinova said new products for industrial markets will be announced later in 2022.
In the spirit of Ada Lovelace, one female researcher and entrepreneur is working to build a robot that provides positive human-machine interaction but does not replace the need for people.
Kinova Robotics, a Canadian provider of robotics for the disabled, raised $20 million USD ($25 million CAD) that will fund product development, market expansion and production optimization. The financing came from Fonds Manufacturier Québécois, the KTB Network, Foxconn and BDC Capital. “We want our users to achieve the extraordinary with our robots — creating more…