And Robinson, who is preparing to lead his side into this autumn' World Cup, insists that he and Bradley share a similar vision of how to take professional rugby forward in Scotland.
"Michael and I have talked at length about the game, the development of rugby and how we move forward, and I think the partnership's going to be very strong between us," said Robinson, who himself coached Edinburgh before taking on the national job.
"This is a great appointment for Edinburgh and Scottish Rugby. I am certain Michael will bring great drive and determination to the role of head coach of Edinburgh.
"Michael is his own man. He has to create an identity for Edinburgh and he has a clear vision of moving the club forward.
"We have to accept where Edinburgh is: it's a really good squad full of international players and we wanted that vision, how to create a very good team spirit within the squad and create an identity and Michael was very clear on how he would achieve that."
Bradley, who spent seven years with Connacht and has recently been working with the Georgian national side, is thought to have beaten off stiff competition from ex-Ireland boss Eddie O'Sullivan and former Munster supremo Alan Gaffney to take the reigns at Edinburgh.
The 48-year-old's appointment follows interim head coach Nick Scrivener's decision to return to Australia, half a season after stepping into the vacancy left by Rob Moffat's departure.
"It's a fantastic opportunity for me to work with a group of players at least half of whom are full internationals in an arena such as this and to challenge the players, management and myself to produce excellent performances," added Bradley, who will have free reign to bring in his own support staff after Friday's final Magners League game against Treviso.
"I think the critical element… is to develop the entity that is Edinburgh rugby and that will promote Scottish rugby.
"Andy's a world-class coach so that door is always open, and he's the kind of guy who will encourage that.
"We will do things in Edinburgh slightly differently, because we will have a different coaching set-up and the challenges of whom we are playing are different, but the fundamentals will be the same."