By Nick Gilbert
The executive leadership of Quantum International will bring new ideas and potential business targets to limelight during AUVSI’s Unmanned Systems North America 2012 conference taking place this week in Las Vegas.
The embellished Mandalay Bay Convention Center at LA will serve as the largest robotics playground for four exciting days. This event gathers worldwide policy makers and investors, industry leaders for planning the future of the unmanned systems market. Over 500 exhibitors will demonstrate and negotiate new technologies and innovations set for commercialization.
According to Quantum CEO Robert Federowicz, Quantum will be benefited through this major networking event as it investigates commercializing potential innovations in robotics. Dignitaries from over 40 countries will be present at the event, providing precise global picture of the future robotics industry.
Quantum will explore potential partnering opportunities for investing on the rapidly emerging app-controlled robots. The advanced functionality of mobile gadgets like Google Android devices, and iPhone and iPad from Apple has created revolution in the implementation of robotics innovations within a variety of sectors from aquatic exploration to autism education.
Quantum has been operating with some of the well-established robotics innovators for supplying new robotics products for day-to-day applications. At present, the company conducts due diligence toward a definitive agreement with the Poland-based prestigious Industrial Research Institute for Automation and Measurements (PIAP) that assists the European Space Agency on new robotics projects. Quantum anticipates rapid growth as it competes along with Intuitive Surgical, and AeroVironment.