|Traded as||OTCQB: COWI|
|Industry||Robotics, Software, Business Process Automation, Telepresence,|
|Founder||David Hyams and Lloyd Spencer|
|Defunct||October 28, 2016|
|Headquarters||Kirkland, Washington, United States|
|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|
Number of employees
|Subsidiaries||CoroWare Technologies, Inc.|
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 continued to operate as a fully owned subsidiary of CoroWare, Inc.
On October 28, 2016, the company ceased all operations, citing insufficient cash reserves, accumulated tax and debt liabilities, and "certain recent events resulting from the Notice of Default from YA Global Investments".
After declaring to cease operations, the company was then sued by all of its former employees after refusing to pay outstanding wages.
As of May 1st, 2017, Coroware is still in business.
- CoroBot - A four-wheeled robot was released in March 2007. It is a four-wheeled robot that has an onboard mini-ITX computer and an optional 4 DOF arm.
- Cobot (collaborative robot)