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Clearpath Robotics Receives Federal Funds for Next Gen Navigational Brain
Miovision Technologies also awarded almost $100,000 for infrastructure improvements
By RBR Staff


THE RECORD—Two growing Kitchener technology companies, Clearpath Robotics and Miovision Technologies, received more $300,000 in federal funding on Tuesday.

Clearpath Robotics, which specializes in the design and manufacture of unmanned robot vehicles, was launched in 2009 and now employs 25 people.

It got over $200,000, about half of which comes from the Industrial Research Assistance Program (IRAP), to help the company develop the next generation of its robotic control capability. The other half, from the Digital Technologies Adoption Pilot Project program of the National Research Council, will help the company improve its manufacturing information technology infrastructure.

The IRAP funding will help the company as…

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