I think when GOSY has established itself in Japan through licensing its mobile technology with Pepper, the Carebot would not be very far behind here in the US. Along with other opportunities.
From the PR:
We began the technology transfer of some of our proprietary AI mobile robot tech with the GeckoMotorController(TM) (GMC). The company's seventh generation GMC uses a proprietary self-adaptive constant energy paradigm to achieve extraordinarily smooth acceleration and deceleration of the company's mobile service robots.
The transfer as already begun. It makes sense not to reveal the potential partner because it is not signed yet.
This company must already have the hardware that requires GOSY's navigation technologies. But how many robotic companies in Japan already have a MSR that could take advantage of their government subsidies for eldercare???
Hopefully it will be soon. We've had the appetizer already, it's time for dinner.
A LOI is very exciting!!
I'm guessing that the term "potential" is because GOSY has not put pen to paper just yet, but being in a rush this company is doing what they can until then. There has been many tid bits of information to wet our apatite about the potential partner.
By judging the PPS recently, I think that the sh's are highly anticipating news about the tech migration and Martin's next trip to Japan.
Only you care about the RICO Neil. Why is that?
What is Spencer going to do in Japan this trip Neil? Isn't he going to sign a JV?
Who said 8 million Neil? Spencer would licence the tech for a while. Unless someone have him a nice offer. Im sure you need to keep close tabs on tihs.
So are you saying that if gosy were to be acquired then the price should be 8 million more?
So would you see this unfair policy changing for the better for gosy?
Yes this has always been a sad reality. Is this going to change for gosy sh's?
Spencer is "signing" a deal next month per the PR. Does that mean that he has already signed it? LOL!!!
More from Fubright's sight: Joint research and sales of autonomous self-propelled service robot
Development company GeckoSystems Corp. of Few Bright Communications Inc. and the United States of service robots, we have agreed to promote joint research and sales of safe and advanced self-propelled autonomous service robots.
From the Fubright Website: "Few Bright Communications is known as systems company of medical and nursing care system, using advanced AI technology that GeckoSystems Corporation of America has developed over the years have developed a service robot, especially the elderly With the aim of care and monitoring field, we believe that to reduce the burden of the elderly / nursing care workers. The two companies, this advanced safe autonomous service robots is to support the rapid aging society of Japan, to the elderly to live in safer and more comfortable we believe to contribute greatly". Not sure where the confusion is here Neil.
Fubright has mentioned gosy on their websight. You may want to look at it.