CoroWare

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CoroWare, Inc.
Type Public
Traded as OTCQBCOWI
Industry Robotics, Software, Business Process Automation, Telepresence,
Genre MicroCap
Founded 2003
Founder(s) David Hyams and Lloyd Spencer
Headquarters Kirkland, Washington
Key people David Hyams Founder/CTO
Lloyd Spencer, Founder/President and CEO
Products Usage Metering for Vidyo, Billing Integration Framework for MetraTech and Vidyo, NameTag, CoroBot, Explorer
Services CoroCall Video Conferencing Service
Employees 22 (2010)
Subsidiaries CoroWare Technologies, Inc.
Website www.coroware.com

CoroWare is a robotics company based out of Kirkland, WA. CoroWare produces the CoroBot and Explorer mobile robotic product lines, which are four-wheeled robotic development platforms.[1]

History[edit]

CoroWare was founded in 2003 by David Hyams and Lloyd Spencer and joined the Technology Collaborative of Pittsburgh, PA in 2005. In 2006 CoroWare became a subsidiary of the public corporation Innova Holdings, later named Innova Robotics & Automation. In 2008, Innova became CoroWare, Inc. and CoroWare Technologies continues to operate as a fully owned subsidiary of CoroWare, Inc.

Products[edit]

  • CoroBot - A four-wheeled development platform released in March 2007. It is a four-wheeled robot that has an on board mini-ITX computer and an optional 4 DOF arm.

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