By Nick Gilbert
With the advancement of Quantum International in capitalizing on new innovative trends in the flourishing robotics sector, available innovative technologies will contribute to achieving a high-value demand for new robotics products.
With a vibrant history of revolutionizing personal computing and communications, Apple iPads and iPhones will also be effective in bringing improvements to a wide range of robots. Modern smartphones and tablets have been integrated with CPU, sensors, display and network connectivity. These technological innovations include all the designs and features of compact, powerful robotic brains.
Apple devices have been preferred by a large number of expert roboticists for implementing in their projects for programming and control. This increasing wave of innovation in mobile technology will foster the commercialization of new, smarter robots from the lab to the marketplace. Quantum is already intending to capitalize on this potential trend.
Even Apple will make an entry into the robotics industry. Siri, the talking voice assistant technology, has already been incorporated within the electronics giant’s popular iPhone 4s product and will be established as a major solution within the innovative, advanced line of user-friendly robots.
Quantum has been establishing potentially valuable new robotics targets around the world. Following the recent signing of a letter of intent, the company started due diligence for a definitive agreement with the Poland-based Industrial Research Institute for Automation and Measurements (PIAP). The company anticipates rapid growth following partnership with leading robotics companies such as AeroVironment, Honda Motor, and also Apple in the near future.