The software suite enables “management of robotic systems regardless of underlying hardware. From robotic systems in the air, on the ground or water, Kinesis enables users to control these robotic systems in the same way, port autonomy capabilities from one platform to another and leverage information across these systems.”
“We’ve developed a great relationship with FLYMOTION and we our truly excited to partner with an organization so knowledgeable with the public safety mission and government market” said Brad Truesdell, CEO of Tomahawk Robotics. “Kinesis will simplify the use of robotic systems, reduce training costs and the time to the effective employment of robotic systems by public safety organizations and government operators.”
Kinesis software stack can work across different robotic platforms or robotic payloads, drastically reducing integration costs of tailored or new capabilities. This enables rapid integration and capability expansion which will allow public safety and government organizations to efficiently leverage emerging state-of-the-art technologies such as new robotics payloads or machine learning algorithms.
“Common control enables a signification reduction of user training and user error, ultimately producing a safer, more efficient working environment” said Ryan English, CEO of FLYMOTION. “This partnership allows for Kinesis software to be leveraged by front line responders which will help public safety and government professionals accomplish their missions more efficiently and more safely. The combination of world-class unmanned solutions and the power of Kinesis has the power to drastically improve how public safety and government utilize robotics technologies.”
FLYMOTION was founded in early 2014 and is headquartered in Tampa and is an end-to-end UAS solution company providing sales, system integration, training, consulting, counter UAS, command & control vehicles (C4ISR) and personnel for all types of projects and missions.
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