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Company Overview of QBotix, Inc.
QBotix, Inc., a robotics company, develops robotic systems for photovoltaic (PV) modules. Its products include QBotix Tracking System, which delivers dual axis tracking, and works with various existing PV modules, inverters, and foundations to increase energy production. The company also provides Solbot, a mobile robot that automatically travels to trackers to make adjustments; manages PV array; and provides real-time information to optimize solar arrays. In addition, it offers trackers; and tracks that provide the travel path for the robot. The company offers its QTS for PV installations and concentrated CPV installations. QBotix, Inc. was formerly known as Black Swan Solar. The company was...
1080 O'Brien Drive
Menlo Park, CA 94025
Founded in 2010
Key Executives for QBotix, Inc.
Founder and Executive Chairman
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QBotix, Inc. Key Developments
QBotix, Inc. Presents at U.S. Solar Market Insight Conference, Dec-10-2014 02:05 PM
Dec 8 14
QBotix, Inc. Presents at U.S. Solar Market Insight Conference, Dec-10-2014 02:05 PM. Venue: San Diego, California, United States. Speakers: Mike Miskovsky, CEO.
QBotix Announces Management Changes
Sep 11 14
QBotix announced that Mike Miskovsky has joined the company as it's new CEO. Miskovsky assumes the role from company founder Wasiq Bokhari, who will remain active on the management team and serve as executive chairman. Miskovsky's breadth of business and leadership experience spans more than two decades, with a strong history of managing solar product and BOS companies. In his previous tenure at Zep Solar, he led the company through rapid customer and revenue growth.
QBotix Signs 45 MW Supply Contract with Castillium
Jan 13 14
QBotix announced its further international expansion through a 45 MW supply contract with Castillium. QBotix will provide the Robotic Tracking System (RTS) for use in Castillium's pipeline of more than 200 MW of ground-mounted solar PV projects throughout the UK. The combination of up to 45% more energy generation and similar installation costs results in RTS project cost savings of up to 20% over traditional mounting systems. QBotix and Castillium expect the first projects to begin construction in the middle of 2014.
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