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Robolliance focuses on autonomous robotics for security and survelliance

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08 July 2016



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Robolliance is a new forum for technology partners and industry experts. Sponsored by Sharp Electronics Corporation, the program is a place for partners and experts in “robotics, surveillance and security to advance the understanding and awareness of the Autonomous Robotics marketplace.” The Robolliance program was created to bridge the gap between end-users, sales channel technology providers, and finding information in security solutions as they relate to emerging robotics technology.

Cliff Quiroga, Vice President & Deputy General Manager for Sharp Electronics Corporation (SEC), states, “There is a growing understanding that ‘Business Robotics’ will play an expanding role in the future of automation and how companies operate. The demands on the security industry, both from a manpower and technological standpoint, are growing exponentially. Robotics is a solution for organisations to expand their surveillance coverage in a safe, reliable way and liberate manpower to focus on the more demanding, intellectual aspects of security.”

“There’s no doubt, technology is disruptive,” says Alice DiSanto, Director of Marketing for SRBD. “Simplistically, every time I upgrade my smartphone there is a feature I must get comfortable using or a glitch I may have to work through. In the case of robotics for security and surveillance, the technology will be highly disruptive and we as sponsors need to be ahead of the curve in building understanding to ease adoption, streamline implementation and help organizations in search of a security solution find answers. Robolliance can be their resource.”

More information about Robolliance can be found on their website.



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Kassie Perlongo Kassie is the Managing Editor at Robohub.
Kassie Perlongo Kassie is the Managing Editor at Robohub.





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