Curtis Instruments appoint Rob Woodcock to support UK launch of Q-Logic Control System
Curtis Instruments have announced the appointment of Rob Woodcock as their Sales and Support Manager for Rehab Chair Control Systems. The role will provide Quantum Rehab UK with specialist product support and training for the Q-Logic power chair control system, which is unique to Quantum Rehab.
Rob has over 20 years of experience working with electronics and control systems for powered wheelchairs. Having previously spent 11 years with Dynamic Controls and over 12 years working for Sunrise Medical as the specialist in P & G Controls (Curtiss-Wright), Rob’s experience of advanced control systems and cross-platform promotion enhances the development of Q-Logic and Quantum Rehab within the industry.
Commenting on the new Q-Logic 3 control system, Rob said "In my short time with Curtis Instruments, I can already see that the Q-Logic 3 control system is exceptional and has some unique features. When it comes to development, we’ll be taking feedback from a multitude of sources to advance Q-Logic technology further.”
David Wilkes, Sales Director from Curtis Instruments (UK), said: "We want Quantum Rehab and Curtis Q-Logic Control Systems to be at the forefront of technology in this sector. Rob will provide enhanced training presentations to Quantum dealers and NHS Wheelchair Services, and promote Q-Logic within the UK and European markets.” The role will also involve providing direct technical support to Quantum Rehab UK.
Kevin Atkins, Senior Sales Manager for Quantum, added: "I’m delighted that Rob has decided to join Curtis Instruments. He is, without a doubt, one of the most knowledgeable and experienced control system experts in his field, and the Quantum team are very excited at the prospect of working with him to develop the Quantum and Q-Logic brands.”
Q-Logic 3 will be launched in the UK during the first quarter of 2017.
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