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- Nov. 11, 2021
-- Target Arm Inc. was competitively selected for the Massachusetts Innovation Network's 2021 Eddies Award for Robotics. The 8-month long season started with 119 startup teams and culminated in the Eddies award for Robotics (formerly the New England Innovation Award).
Target Arm's CEO & Founder, Jeffrey McChesney added, "We are extremely excited to win this most prestigious award in Robotics. As many can attest, the Massachusetts region is renowned as the Robotics epicenter of the US, and to come out on top is just amazing. The entire Target Arm team deserves all the credit, especially our Lead Engineer Ryan Bigham."
This win puts Target Arm among the ranks of HubSpot, UKG (Ultimate Kronos Group), Keurig Green Mountain, Inc., Ben & Jerry's, Vista, iRobot, Zipcar, MathWorks, Avid, and many other highly innovative companies.
About Target Arm
Target Arm Inc. is a Connecticut-
based firm that produces Tular, a patented device that enables rotary and fixed wing drones to be launched and recovered from any moving vehicle autonomously, and even during windy conditions. Target Arm, a Service-Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB), provides solutions for both military and commercial customers using the exact same device for drones on-the-move (package delivery, Oil & Gas inspections, energy, wind farms, first responders, etc.). Target Arm is a graduate of the 2020 Air Force Accelerator Powered by Techstars, the 2020 Endless Frontier Labs accelerator and is a resident at the MassRobotics in Boston and a member of Newlab at the Brooklyn Navy Yard. To learn more, visit https://www.targetarm.com