MELBOURNE, Fla., Oct. 19, 2021

Tomahawk Robotics Receives Award from Department of Defense to Strengthen the Domestic Small UAS Industrial Base

NEWS PROVIDED BY Tomahawk Robotics 

Tomahawk Robotics, the leading innovator of common control solutions, is pleased to announce their Grip & Mimic controllers have received an award from the DoD for the Defense Production Act, Title III Program.

This award is part of the United States' effort to expand domestic industrial base capabilities that are critical to the Department and the American Warfighter. The funding will be applied towards Tomahawk Robotics' on-going prototyping effort with the Defense Innovation Unit (DIU) for the Soldier Robotic Controller Program (SRoC).

Tomahawk Robotics is among 7 companies receiving this award on behalf of the DoD.

"This investment in the defense industrial base is intended to provide critical battlefield capabilities across the spectrum of conflict, including on-demand reconnaissance which augments service members' capabilities and increases their survivability, lethality, and mission flexibility," said Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Industrial Policy Jesse Salazar.

See full release here.

About Tomahawk Robotics
Tomahawk Robotics is the leading innovator of common control solutions that transform how humans and unmanned systems work together to make the world more safe and secure. From the battlefield to remote industrial sites, our products and technology safeguard users working under the most extreme and stressful conditions. Designed from the ground up with the user in mind, Kinesis is the only multidomain, cross-architecture, AI-enabled control system that unlocks intuitive interaction with remote environments from across the room or around the world.

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