Unlike industrial robots for manufacturing, service robots come with their own specification
requirements aimed specifically at the end user, and the most discriminating user at that—a human
being. That’s why designing and manufacturing service robots takes a particular set of skills and
engineering expertise. For example, when Kinova Robotics (Quebec, Canada) creates designs for
this market, they bring with them years of experience in the field. And although they’ve modified their
robots over the years, as new products and systems become readily available, they are able to
produce higher and higher quality and more useable products. Using the latest technologies allows
Kinova to continue to advance their offerings to the public.