CyPhy Works Draws In-Q-Tel Investment for Hovering Robot; Matt England Comments

alliance partnership connectIn-Q-Tel has made an investment in CyPhy Works to help the Massachusetts-based robotics company further develop a robotics platform for use in intelligence missions.

CyPhy Works’ hovering robot has a microfilament tether designed to provide Ethernet-based access to users and facilitate long-distance communications, IQT said Monday.

“The demand for mobile, persistent and reliable reconnaissance and communications capabilities continue to rapidly rise,” said Matt England, vice president of government systems at CyPhy Works.

“The small logistical footprint makes these robots an ideal platform.”

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