Enjoy Pleasant and Fun Life with Robotics Communication!
About QBIT Robotics
QBIT Robotics consists a team of members with many years of experience in robot integration and information communication technology(ICT). We seek to find and offer the best form of communication with robots. We procure fun, unique, exciting robots from around the world and deliver them through tailored integration.
IT IS POSSIBLE:
Multiple Robots will collaborate with humans, here, there, and everywhere. People will be able to enjoy their quality of life with rich heart.
IT IS NECESSARY:
The combination of first-class technologies of robots as edge devices, and AI based communication/conversation methodologies as the backend service platform are vital.
IT IS PLEASANT:
Long-term relationship between the robots and the people will create collaborative robots. Robots supported by the backend platform enables peoples and suppliers to generate a horizontal relationship.
At QBIT Robotics, we are constantly thinking to seek out the ideal form of service robots. Robots can be in various shapes and have various appearances. There are cases when "Human" appearances is best suited, and cases when it is not.
We vision a world where humans and robots cooperate, and a world where the existence of robots will heighten the ability of humans.
As a robot integrator, QBIT aims to make this a reality.
President & CEO Hiroya Nakano
Chairman & CSO
After transferring from a major petroleum trading company (Current MC Oil) to Mitsubishi Corporation, Kano worked at SOFTBANK for 7 years.
Kano had been nominated as the representative of number of foreign-affiliated IT companies, including McAfee Japan, Nielsen/NetRatings, TubeMogul Japan, Krux Japan, and Qnary Japan. At QBIT Kano is responsible for overseas business development and business strategies.
President & CEO
Nakano began his career as a software developer building IT systems and programming industrial robots at Mitsubishi Heavy Industries. As an entrepreneur he established a cloud service company Radix and became the CEO. In 10 years Radix had grown to have 1,000 employees.
After leaving Radix he became responsible to manage robotics projects such as the "Henna Hotel", the "Henna Bar" and others at Huis Ten Bosch. At QBIT Nakano takes leadership as the Chief Executive Officer.
Hiroya was involved in the research and development division at NEC. During this period, he was a visiting scholar at Stanford University. Having 10 years of experience as a CEO at NEC's subsidiary Cyberwing and Dentsu's subsidiary Criteria Communications, he is familiar with digital advertisements and ecommerce business.
At QBIT, Hiroya is responsible of directing the overall strategies and tactics of the company.
Yamada joined SOFTBANK as the second generation of new grads. He was assigned to sales and became responsible of sales of IT products and development of new business (Current SOFTBANK Technologies).
After SOFTBANK he became a director at Knet, and created a company InfoRisk Manage (Current ITM) and became CEO.
At QBIT, Yamada is responsible for the growth of sales/revenue through customer support and lead development.
Tatsuki experienced auditing, IPO preparation, and financial due diligence for domestic and overseas companies at Deloitte. After, Tatsuki was involved in management of various enterprises including business planning and support of start-up and venture companies. In 2011, he launched TI Partners to provide financial consulting.
At QBIT, Tatsuki will be responsible for the financial operations.
QBIT Robotics Corporation
Address： 3F Hirakawacho Kaizaka Building, 1-6-8 Hirakawacho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
Representatives： Masahiro Kano Chairman ＆CSO
Hiroya Nakano CEO
Founded： January 2018
Business： Robotics System Integration and other related business
・4-minute-walk from Kojimachi station Exit 1
・4-minute-walk from Hanzomon station Exit 1
・5-minute-walk from Nagatacho station Exit 4