“The concept of ‘Cloud robotics’, which implies ability of all robots to connect to the internet, share a common knowledge database and seamlessly upgrade their functions in real-time, is a soon-to-be future; one reminiscent of the of personal computer industry,” Mr. Grishin, who is currently on stage at TechCrunch Moscow, said in a press release.
Much like Apple’s App Store, the market is also encouraging developers to add their own software in exchange for 70 percent of future earnings. RobotAppStore, which was founded in 2011, also offers support for developers with programming manuals and the chance to talk to experts in the field.
Grishin Robotics Sees Robot Clouds
by EricWind on December 11, 2012