Lynx Motion Technology Corporation was formed to market the SEMA technology and the engineering services of Kinetic Art & Technology Corporation. Since that time, Lynx has helped create strategic business partnerships and relationships with several commercial partners, including Bodine Electric Company, Delco Remy International, and iPower Technologies, Inc. Lynx works seamlessly with KAT, providing services such as customer liaison, application engineering, and technology licensing.
Kinetic Art & Technology Corporation was originally called Visual Computing Systems Corporation. Since 1990, KAT has been involved in the research and development of efficient, power dense brushless motors and generators.
In 1990, KAT engineers were working to build an efficient motor for a robotics application. During that effort, the design team developed an extraordinarily efficient and power dense motor. One of the keys to this design was the development of SEMA coil technology. SEMA stands for Segmented Electro Magnetic Array. This coil winding technique, awarded a patent in 1998, makes it possible to achieve superior efficiencies over competing motor technologies.
Since developing the SEMA technology, KAT has built a team of first-class engineers and researchers developing innovating motion solutions using SEMA and other exciting electromechanical technologies. Lynx Motion Technology Corporation exists to market these technologies.