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Back in January, we announced the launch of Kambria’s Global Innovation Fund with Lehigh University. The purpose of the Fund is to leverage our academic and corporate networks to globally match researchers looking for funding with companies interested in innovation. The first recipient of a Fund sponsorship was the CS capstone project at Lehigh University’s P.C. Rossin College of Engineering and Applied Science. Lehigh students have now integrated voice commands into Ohmni robots! Fast forward…

Back in January, we announced the launch of Kambria’s Global Innovation Fund with Lehigh University. The purpose of the Fund is to leverage our academic and corporate networks to globally match researchers looking for funding with companies interested in innovation. The first recipient of a Fund sponsorship was the CS capstone project at Lehigh University’s P.C. Rossin College of Engineering and Applied Science. Lehigh students have now integrated voice commands into Ohmni robots! Fast forward…

Kambria’s development team just completed its most recent technical paper. Authored by Fullstack Team Leader, Phong Vu, the paper discusses how Karma will be distributed based on source code contributions to KDNA. KDNA is the Kambria platform’s semantically rich module management and build system. It crosses hardware, firmware, software, electrical, and mechanical boundaries to directly specify all components and subcomponents of a built robot. Below is the Abstract and Introduction of the paper. Please click…