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Robotics Take Center Stage: Ten New Hardware Startups

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    KATIA - Kick Ass Trainable Intelligent Arm

    KATIA brings the functionality of an industrial robotic arm to mainstream consumers. She can be trained by touch without programming and runs on an open source platform that can be extended by developers.

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Robotics Take Center Stage: Ten New Hardware Startups

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    KATIA - Kick Ass Trainable Intelligent Arm

    KATIA brings the functionality of an industrial robotic arm to mainstream consumers. She can be trained by touch without programming and runs on an open source platform that can be extended by developers.

Recently, HAXLR8R held its Demo Day in San Francisco, where it revealed its fifth class of new hardware startups, which span the markets from wearables to security to biology. Each startup firm participated in a 111-day accelerator program in Shenzhen, China. While there, they had access to expert support in design and manufacturing, more than 50 experienced mentors, seed funding, and office space that includes an equipped workshop. Watch the recorded live demos.

"Connected hardware is creating a new industrial revolution. Instead of the iconic jetpack of vintage science fiction, the future involves low-cost automation, innovative sensors, connectivity and communities built around physical objects," said Cyril Ebersweiler, founder of HAXLR8R and venture partner at SOSventures. "This fifth batch combines expertise in robotics, AI, nanotechnology and biology to create not only groundbreaking but affordable and delightful products."

In just three years, HAXLR8R has accelerated 50 hardware startups.