OTTAWA — Boisbriand, Que.-based robotics company Kinova is gearing up for a major expansion, with plans for a new facility and products designed to help smaller and Canadian firms automate their manufacturing lines, machine shops and warehouses. The firm has secured $20 million in financing from the federal government’s flagship innovation fund as part of its ongoing fundraising for the project, which CEO Charles Deguire says will “democratize access [to] robotics.”
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