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QUAN Envisions Apple Technology to be Critical for Future Robotics

With Quantum International focused to promote powerful new robotics solutions among both businesses and consumers, the mobile technology will foster the commercialization of robots designed for daily use.

Institutions like NYU-Poly have innovators who are developing new mobile applications, where Apple products including the iPhone 5 and iPad have been designed with sophisticated features to enable the use of controlling robots. Such advanced designers aim at producing more versatile and powerful robots with simpler and user-friendly features that even children can operate with ease without the need for instructions.

According to Quantum CEO, Robert Federowicz, robots designed with highly sophisticated features are not so popular. The integrated sensors and touchscreens within smartphones and tablets allow simple, user-friendly interface. The future potential of robotics can be tapped by simply using a mobile device.

Quantum is now discussing a definitive agreement with Industrial Research Institute for Automation and Measurement (PIAP), a prestigious European robotics developer, to leverage compact and reliable robots.

The partnership of Quantum with PIAP will unveil billions in potential revenues in the advancing robotics industry. The mobile application market has been expected to reach $25 B by 2015.

Quantum International is developing advanced robotics technology to compete in a growing global industry alongside iRobot, Intuitive Surgical, Dover, and Medtronic.

Source: http://www.quantuminnovators.com/

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