KumoTek is a robotics design and manufacturing company located just outside of Dallas in Richardson, Texas. The company was founded in the spring of 2004 by robotics industry spokesman, Matthew Fisher, and has continued to grow as a recognized authority in emerging robotics technologies and interactive entertainment. The word Kumo means "spider" in Japanese.
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Consumer Robotics Group works closely with leading robotics equipment manufacturers in Asia to develop high-end robot kits for both hobby, and educational markets. They manage OEM projects with our domestic an international partner companies, including the high-profile co-development project with Vstone Corp. of Japan to build the KT-X Bipedal Robot Kit.This group has landed a wide range of prestigious customers for KumoTek, including Intel, the U.S. Naval Academy, MIT and Dartmouth, and even designs and builds interactive museum robots, such as ARTI, which is now a permanent exhibit at the Intel Museum in Santa Clara, California.