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CoroWare, Inc., through its subsidiary, CoroWare Technologies, Inc., delivers custom engineering services, hardware and software products, and subscription services in North America, Europe, Asia, and the Middle East. It operates in three businesses: CoroWare Business Solutions, Robotics and Automation, and Enterprise Collaboration Solutions.

The CoroWare Business Solutions business provides information technology and lab management; software architecture, design, and development; content delivery; and partner and program management. The Robotics and Automation business offers custom engineering, such as visualization, simulation, and software development; and mobile robot platforms for university, government, and corporate researchers. The Enterprise Collaboration Solutions business provides collaboration and conferencing products, solutions, and subscription services. The company was formerly known as Innova Robotics & Automation, Inc. and changed its name to CoroWare, Inc. in April 2008. CoroWare, Inc. is based in Kirkland, Washington.


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1410 Market Street
Kirkland, WA, 98033
United States
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Lloyd Spencer, President & CEO

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CoroWare Robotics produces both standardized and custom robot solutions for universities, technical colleges, government, municipalities and laboratories around the world.

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