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This was featured on our local Fox News Station last night. Fox4Florida dot com. This company has an order from the Government to build many of these unmanned vehicles.
New Technology Helping Soldiers

(Fort Myers, FL) -- Innova Holdings Inc. is a software technology company in Fort Myers developing robotic technology to add unmanned ground vehicles to Iraq. The vehicles come in all shapes and sizes. Walter Weisel, the chairman and chief executive officer of Innova Holdings, is planning on building upon what the military and emergency units are using out in the field. The company is going to add PC software and arm technology to the device. Innova Holdings says the pentagon estimates by the end of 2006 there will be some 4,000 unmanned ground vehicles in Iraq.

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The thing I learned most about this is to take a profit when you can and you gotta have PATIENCE!

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That's impressive for a penny stock. What's your price target (realistically)?
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I own a few with ya, pennys. Just gave you a 5 star rating for that great DD. Price is 025 x 026.

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pennys, you still in. Good call. Looks strong now at 026 [Smile]

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Pennys, thanks for the information. This has been looking good ever since I read your post. Looking much better today.
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This is a very good company. I made some nice coin a little over a month ago going from .019 to .047. Riding some free shares. Keep up the posting on this thread but check out this other one some good info:

http://www.allstocks.com/stockmessageboard/cgi-bin/ultimatebb.cgi/ubb/get_topic/ f/8/t/020931.html?
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juice check phar - in at .075
wang in too.

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Thanks Juice.
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quote:
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juice check phar - in at .075
wang in too.

in at .055

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In earlier at 0.028, looking for 0.040.

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IVHG in a Microsoft PR today

http://biz.yahoo.com/prnews/060620/sftu065.html?.v=62


Press Release Source: Microsoft Corp.


Microsoft Robotics Studio Provides Common Ground for Robotics Innovation
Tuesday June 20, 3:00 am ET
Community Technology Preview of Windows-Based Robotics Development Platform Garners Broad Industry Support


PITTSBURGH, June 20 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Today at RoboBusiness Conference and Exposition 2006, Microsoft Corp. (Nasdaq: MSFT - News) showcased the community technology preview (CTP) of a new Windows®-based environment for academic, hobbyist and commercial developers to easily create robotic applications for a wide variety of computing platforms. In addition, early adopter companies, universities and research institutes offered demos and provided support for the new Microsoft® Robotics Studio development platform. The community technology preview of the Microsoft Robotics Studio is available for download at http://msdn.microsoft.com/robotics.
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"Microsoft, together with the upcoming LEGO® MINDSTORMS® NXT, will help further amplify the impact of robotics," said Soren Lund, director of LEGO MINDSTORMS at the LEGO Group. "The MINDSTORMS robotics toolset has enjoyed a strong community of users since 1998, and the launch of our next-generation platform includes many built-in features that further the community's ability to take MINDSTORMS programming out of the box. In combination with Microsoft Robotics Studio, PC users will have a sophisticated tool that will further extend the powerful NXT hardware and software to an even wider range of developers who wish to create advanced applications for their LEGO robots."

Today's improved processors and lower-cost sensors are fueling the development of robotics applications for a broad variety of devices, from household vacuums to unmanned vehicles for search and rescue missions. Microsoft Robotics Studio provides a common development platform for robotics innovators to overcome one of their biggest remaining hurdles: the fragmentation of the robotics industry caused by today's incompatible platforms.

"Microsoft sees great potential in robotics, and we are excited to deliver our first CTP of Robotics Studio, making it easier to create robotic applications across a wide variety of hardware, users and scenarios," said Tandy Trower, general manager of the Microsoft Robotics Group at Microsoft. "We've reached out to a broad range of leading robotics companies and academics early on in the development process and are thrilled with the positive response from the community."

Key features and benefits of the Microsoft Robotics Studio environment include these:


-- End-to-end robotics development platform. Microsoft Robotics Studio
includes a visual programming tool, making it easy to create and
debug robot applications. Robotics Studio enables developers to
generate modular services for hardware and software, allowing
users to interact with robots through Web-based or Windows-based
interfaces. Developers can also simulate robotic applications
using realistic 3-D models; Microsoft has licensed the PhysX(TM)
engine from AGEIA(TM), a pioneer in hardware-accelerated physics,
enabling real-world physics simulations with robot models. The
PhysX simulations can also be accelerated using AGEIA hardware.

-- Lightweight services-oriented runtime. Microsoft Robotics Studio
provides a lightweight services-oriented runtime. Using a
.NET-based concurrency library, it makes asynchronous application
development simple. The services-oriented, message-based
architecture makes it simple to access the state of a robot's
sensors and actuators with a Web browser, and its composable model
enables the building of high-level functions using simple
components and providing for reusability of code modules as well as
better reliability and replaceability.

-- Scalable, extensible platform. The Microsoft Robotics Studio
programming model can be applied for a variety of robot hardware
platforms, enabling users to transfer their learning skills across
platforms. Third parties can also extend the functionality of the
platform by providing additional libraries and services. Both
remote (PC-based) and autonomous (robot-based) execution scenarios
can be developed using a selection of programming languages,
including those in Microsoft Visual Studio® and Microsoft Visual
Studio Express languages (Visual C#® and Visual Basic® .NET),
JScript® and Microsoft IronPython 1.0 Beta 1, and third-party
languages that conform to its services-based architecture.

Broad Industry Support Shown for Early Technical Preview
At RoboBusiness, Microsoft and several industry partners offered working models and demonstrations of Robotics Studio technology in action:


-- CoroWare Inc., an Innova Holdings company, showed its Surveyor 3000,
a mobile service robot that can be remotely operated or programmed to
run semiautonomously.
-- KUKA Robot Group showed a lightweight robot prototype controlled via
a remote joystick service, using Microsoft Robotics Studio-based
services.
-- Robosoft showed its six-wheeled robuROC6 robot, capable of autonomous
navigation across difficult terrain, which highlighted how a
distributed architecture, built from its robuBOX(TM) robotics core,
could be easily controlled via the Microsoft Robotics Studio runtime.
-- RoboticsConnection featured a tracked Windows XP-based robot
utilizing one of its Serializer(TM) .NET Robot Controller boards, via
Microsoft Robotics Studio and Serializer services.
-- White Box Robotics Inc. showed a telepresence scenario featuring its
914 PC-BOT. The 914 was controlled via a Robotics Studio-driven
Web-based interface, accessible remotely over a network.

"KUKA and Microsoft have enjoyed a strong relationship for many years," said Bernd Liepert, CEO of KUKA Robot Group. "With the introduction of the Robotics Studio, we see the possibilities for enabling completely new business scenarios in new market segments and for new products in our current markets."

In addition, Microsoft showed working Microsoft Robotics Studio demos from fischertechnik, LEGO Group, MobileRobots Inc., Parallax Inc. and Phidgets Inc. Before RoboBusiness, Microsoft previewed its technology and architecture with a variety of other third parties that are considering the new software for their robotics application development, including ABB, InTouch Health, Lynxmotion Inc., RoboDynamics Corp., Senseta, Trossen Robotics and Ugobe Inc., as well as with many leading universities and research institutes, including Bryn Mawr College, Cornell University, Georgia Tech, Korea Institute of Technology, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Stanford University, University of Pennsylvania, University of Pisa, University of Southern California, and the University of Washington.

Microsoft Sponsors Carnegie Mellon Center for Innovative Robotics

Microsoft's support for advanced robotics was also in evidence at RoboBusiness when Carnegie Mellon University announced plans for a Center for Robotics Innovation. Established with funding and support from the Microsoft Robotics Group, the center will operate a Web site, http://www.cir.ri.cmu.edu, for hobbyists, academics and commercial companies to share robotics ideas, technology and software. The new center will open by late 2006.

Founded in 1975, Microsoft is the worldwide leader in software, services and solutions that help people and businesses realize their full potential.

NOTE: Microsoft, Windows, Visual Studio, Visual C#, Visual Basic and JScript are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft Corp. in the United States and/or other countries.

The names of actual companies and products mentioned herein may be the trademarks of their respective owners

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I like this company...always expected more from the stock...

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.037 [+].038 at close up 40%

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IVHG news! Subject: NEWS - Coroware Demonstrates Robot Highlighting New Microsoft Robotics Studio
From AGORAivhgNEWS
PostID 486955 On Wednesday, June 21, 2006 (EST) at 9:12:33 AM

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Coroware Demonstrates Robot Highlighting New Microsoft Robotics Studio At Robobusiness 2006


PITTSBURGH, Penn. June 20, 2006 -- CoroWare, a mobile service robotics specialist and subsidiary of Innova Holdings Inc. (OTCBB: IVHG), today announced and demonstrated its support for the new Microsoft Robotics Studio, a Windows®-based development environment for academic, hobbyist and commercial developers to easily create robotic applications across a wide variety of platforms.

As a member of Microsoft's Windows Embedded Partner program and a Microsoft MVP (Most Valuable Partner) for the Microsoft Robotics Studio, CoroWare is demonstrating a tele-operated CoroWare Surveyor 3000 mobile service robot at in the Microsoft booth at RoboBusiness 2006.

''Robotics engineers are looking for software development tools that help them be more productive and obtain faster results,'' said Lloyd Spencer, president of CoroWare. ''Microsoft Robotics Studio will help accelerate our company's growth in the robotics industry. We're excited to be working with Microsoft and the Microsoft Robotics Studio development environment.''

''The CoroWare development team has worked closely with Microsoft on a variety of robotics projects,'' said Tandy Trower, general manager of the Microsoft Robotics Group. ''This latest collaboration has demonstrated the speed and efficiency of developing solutions using Microsoft Robotics Studio, and showcases CoroWare's ability to deliver mobile service robotics solutions using advanced robotics development technologies and tools.''

CoroWare has been working with Microsoft on a variety of robotics projects for the past two years. Work with the Microsoft Robotics Studio began in late April of this year and has contributed to the utility and functionality of the CoroWare Surveyor 3000, the newest mobile service robot from CoroWare for university researchers. CoroWare Surveyor's modular design makes it simple to add advanced functionality such as video, sensors, stereo audio, or an arm. CoroWare Surveyor is being used in academic markets, notably the Cognitive Sciences department at Vassar College.

“I believe we have broken new ground for robotics worldwide,” said Innova Holdings’ Chairman and CEO Walter K. Weisel, whose robotics career spans some 33 years. “The continued integration of open PC technologies and collaboration among supporting companies truly opens new markets never before contemplated. That’s what this RoboBusiness conference brings together.”

About CoroWare
CoroWare Inc., a subsidiary of Innova Holdings Inc., is an innovative systems and mobile service robotics application integrator that delivers forward-looking solutions and services to help customers and communities realize their IT and business goals. CoroWare’s experienced team of professionals delivers integrated solutions based on Windows and Unix midrange platforms. CoroWare has depth of knowledge and breadth of experience in robotics integration, embedded/mobile system integration and market development. The company also designs and builds software for platforms that range from mobile handheld devices to mobile service robots. For more information, please visit www.coroware.com/.

About Innova Holdings Inc.
Fort Myers, Fla.-based Innova Holdings Inc. (OTCBB: IVHG), through its subsidiaries, provides hardware and software systems-based solutions to the military, service, personal and industrial robotic markets. The robotics and automation technology company is chartered to continue expanding its growing suite of technologies through acquisitions and organic growth. Its founder, Chairman and CEO Walter K. Weisel, is recognized as a pioneer and leader in the robotics industry. In addition to CoroWare, the company’s other wholly owned subsidiaries are Innova Robotics Inc. and Robotic Workspace Technologies Inc. ™ (RWT™). Visit online at www.InnovaHoldings.com.

Investor Relations
Investors can visit Innova Holdings' Investor Relations Hub at www.agoracom.com/IR/Innova to post questions and receive answers, or simply review questions and answers by other investors. They may also request to be added to the investor e-mail list.

The names of actual companies and products mentioned herein may be the trademarks of their respective owners.

Forward-looking statements such as ''believe,'' ''expect,'' ''may,'' ''plan,'' ''intend,'' “will” etc., contained herein are within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. These statements involve risks and uncertainties and are based on the Company's beliefs and assumptions it made using information currently available to it and which reflect current views concerning those future events. Actual results could differ materially. Therefore, undue reliance should not be placed on any forward-looking statements, since they apply only as of today's date, and subsequent events and developments may cause the Company's estimates to change. Risks and uncertainties are described in the Company's periodic Securities and Exchange Commission filings. The Company specifically disclaims any obligation to update the forward-looking information in the future.

Press Contact:
Steve Genova
CoroWare, Inc.
425-765-4555
www.coroware.com

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IVHG News:

Microsoft Names Innova Holdings Subsidiary "Most Valuable Partner"

Thursday , June 29, 2006 13:50 ET

FORT MYERS, FL -- (MARKET WIRE) -- 06/29/06 -- Innova Holdings, Inc. (OTCBB: IVHG), a robotic technology firm providing software and hardware systems to the service, personal, and industrial robotic markets, is the industry's first company to demonstrate robotic mobility with an articulated arm using Microsoft® Robotics Studio, a Windows®-based development environment in which robotic applications can easily be developed on a standard platform.


The demonstration took place at the RoboBusiness 2006 Conference and Expo held in Pittsburgh last week. There, CoroWare, the mobile service robotics specialist and subsidiary of Innova Holdings Inc., tele-operated its Surveyor 3000 mobile service robot using the new Microsoft Robotics Studio software development kit (SDK). CoroWare worked closely with Microsoft during the development period of Robotics Studio and as a result, has been named a Microsoft MVP (Most Valuable Partner).

"The CoroWare development team has worked closely with Microsoft on a variety of robotics projects," said Tandy Trower, general manager of the Microsoft Robotics Group. "We believe that this latest collaboration has demonstrated the speed and efficiency of developing solutions using Microsoft Robotics Studio, and showcases CoroWare's ability to deliver mobile service robotic solutions using advanced robotics development technologies and tools."

According to Lloyd Spencer, president of CoroWare, "We believe that we've taken steps over the past two years to provide many of the elements needed to develop flexible and powerful robotics solutions. We believe that our close relationship with Microsoft may allow us to be the company that customers can turn to for the rapid development, integration, and deployment of affordable robotic solutions."

Innova Holdings subsidiary Robotic Workspace Technologies(TM) (RWT(TM)) introduced the world's first universal robot programming language, RobotScript®, for industrial robot applications in the 1990s. RobotScript is a derivative of Microsoft's Visual Basic Scripting Edition environment.

"We believe Microsoft sees robotics as a strategic growth market for the future, which bodes well for Innova Holdings and its subsidiary companies: CoroWare, Robotic Workspace Technologies and Innova Robotics," comments Walter K. Weisel, Chairman and CEO of Innova Holdings. "Management believes the power of Microsoft in the robotics industry likely will pave the way for standards. It is our position that standards drive applications and, more importantly, make it easy to integrate emerging technologies. We are honored to be a part of these exciting times, what we believe is the second robotic revolution," added Weisel.

About Innova Holdings Inc.

Fort Myers, Fla.-based Innova Holdings Inc. (OTCBB: IVHG), through its subsidiaries, provides hardware and software systems-based solutions to the military, service, personal and industrial robotic markets. The robotics and automation technology company is chartered to continue expanding its growing suite of technologies through acquisitions and growth. Its founder, Chairman and CEO Walter K. Weisel, is recognized as a pioneer and leader in the robotics industry. In addition to CoroWare, the company's other wholly owned subsidiaries are Innova Robotics Inc. and Robotic Workspace Technologies Inc. (RWT). Visit online at www.InnovaHoldings.com.

Investor Relations

Investors can visit Innova Holdings' Investor Relations Hub at www.agoracom.com/IR/Innova to post questions and receive answers, or simply review questions and answers by other investors. They may also request to be added to the investor e-mail list.

The names of actual companies and products mentioned herein may be the trademarks of their respective owners.

Forward-looking statements such as "believe," "expect," "may," "plan," "intend," "will" etc., contained herein are within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. These statements involve risks and uncertainties and are based on the Company's beliefs and assumptions it made using information currently available to it and which reflect current views concerning those future events. Actual results could differ materially. Therefore, undue reliance should not be placed on any forward-looking statements, since they apply only as of today's date, and subsequent events and developments may cause the Company's estimates to change. Risks and uncertainties are described in the Company's periodic Securities and Exchange Commission filings. The Company specifically disclaims any obligation to update the forward-looking information in the future.

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT:

Sandra L. Brooks
INCOMM International Inc.
7825 Baymeadows Way, Suite 101-A
Jacksonville, FL 32256
Tel: (904) 636-5085
Email: slbrooks*incomminternational.com
URL: www.incomminternational.com

Source: Innova Holdings, Inc.

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IVHG Receives Multi-Unit Order for Recently Launched URC3
Robotic Workspace Technologies Inc. (RWT(TM)), the Industrial Robot Control Subsidiary of Innova Holdings, Will Provide URC3(TM) Controls for 8-axis MIG Welding Application
Jul 12, 2006 9:20:00 AM

FORT MYERS, FL -- (MARKET WIRE) -- 07/12/06 -- Innova Holdings, Inc. (OTCBB: IVHG), a robotic technology firm providing software and hardware systems to the service, personal, and industrial robotic markets, announced today that it has received a multiple unit order for the recently launched URC3 (Universal Robot Controller(TM)) from a custom fabricator of parts for the trucking industry.

In each workcell, the URC3 will interface with a six-axis Cincinnati Milacron 646 robot being used for MIG welding. The workcell includes a Miller Deltaweld� system equipped with Miller Auto Invision(TM) welding control and a two-axis positioning table for a total of eight (8) axes under URC3 control. The URC3 will be running RWT's ArcScript application software.

"This is the sort of application in which the URC3's open PC architecture really sets us apart from other controllers," comments Robert Ballard, Vice President of Operations. "It allows the manufacturer to keep their workcell intact by replacing the existing robot controller with the URC3, saving time and rework cost. Not only can the URC3 be retrofitted to the older robots, but it easily can be integrated with the weld system and positioning table freeing up floor space and providing the added benefit of an easy to use supervisory control, in addition to robot control, for each workcell."

The recently launched high-performance URC3 robot controller is smart, easy, and open. Many of the enhancements are the direct result of capabilities developed to meet the continuous feedback from the marketplace. Specifically, the URC3 features improved processing speed and improved path following and speed control, particularly for older robots like Cincinnati Milacron 646 robots. RWT's RobotScript� language is used for off-line programming, language-based programming, and program line commenting. It features built-in libraries and subroutines to reduce the time required for programming. RobotScript provides the capability for advanced motion and process, multiple servo axis control, network support, and communication with other PC devices. The URC3's will also be running ArcScript application software that RWT has developed specifically to simplify programming arc welding applications.

About Innova Holdings Inc.

Fort Myers, Fla.-based Innova Holdings Inc. (OTCBB: IVHG), through its subsidiaries, provides hardware and software systems-based solutions to the military, service, personal and industrial robots markets. The robotics and automation technology company is chartered to continue expanding its growing suite of technologies through acquisitions and growth. Its founder, Chairman and CEO Walter K. Weisel, is recognized as a pioneer and leader in the robotics industry. The company's wholly owned subsidiaries are Robotic Workspace Technologies Inc. (RWT(TM)), Innova Robotics Inc., and CoroWare. To learn more, visit us online at www.InnovaHoldings.com.

Investor Relations

Investors can visit Innova Holdings' Investor Relations Hub at www.agoracom.com/IR/Innova to post questions and receive answers, or simply review questions and answers by other investors. They may also request to be added to the investor e-mail list.

The names of actual companies and products mentioned herein may be the trademarks of their respective owners.

Forward-looking statements such as "believe," "expect," "may," "plan," "intend," "will" etc., contained herein are within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. These statements involve risks and uncertainties and are based on the Company's beliefs and assumptions it made using information currently available to it and which reflect current views concerning those future events. Actual results could differ materially. Therefore, undue reliance should not be placed on any forward-looking statements, since they apply only as of today's date, and subsequent events and developments may cause the Company's estimates to change. Risks and uncertainties are described in the Company's periodic Securities and Exchange Commission filings. The Company specifically disclaims any obligation to update the forward-looking information in the future.

FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT:
Sandra L. Brooks
INCOMM International Inc.
7825 Baymeadows Way, Suite 101-A
Jacksonville, FL 32256
Tel: (904) 636-5085
Email: slbrooks*incomminternational.com
URL: www.incomminternational.com

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