By Kalwinder Kaur
Quantum International focuses on a type of game-changing robotic innovations for acquisition that paid off for competing companies and also to their shareholders.
Evolving from a modern technology, robots have now become capital investments according to Amazon.com, an online retail company that acquired Kiva Systems. Kiva is the developer of automated warehouse “picking” bots that are valued $775 M., Kiva’s robots will soon start minimizing $3.5 B annual warehouse fulfillment costs of Amazon.
According to Quantum CEO, Robert Federowicz, Amazon observes the advanced robotics solutions’ potential as much as Quantum International. A bright promising potential lies ahead for the robotics industry, with the development and rapid emergence of smarter and more advanced automation technologies that can revolutionize robotics similar to Apple’s iPhone technology improved telecommunications.
In fact, Apple technology may drive the advanced series of consumer robotics. Following the development of the popular Roomba vacuums, Boston’s iRobot is now focusing on its new creation, “Ava”. This 5-foot, three-wheeled robot works by using Xbox Kinect sensors as its eyes and an iPad as its brain. Ava and the subsequent robotic creations will soon serve to be digital assistants in offices around the world.
At present, Quantum International is looking for new acquisition opportunities to compete along with other leading companies within the rapidly growing robotics space. The company is working on due diligence with Poland’s prestigious Industrial Research Institute for Automation and Measurements (PIAP) for a potential marketing and development deal.