The rise of robots: robot vacuum cleaners are now floor care devices

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The rise of robots: robot vacuum cleaners are now floor care devices

  • Break obstacles

  • Remove the power cord

  • Keep it closed

  • Welcome home

  • Keep the robot clean

  • The next Robot Revolution



Do traditional vacuum cleaners with hoses, nozzles and brushes live in your appliances with modern circular automatic low profile devices and high angle view robots on furry white carpets? At least one type is more and more likely. Sales of robotic vacuum cleaners and cleaning robots are expected to grow from $981 million in 2013 to $3.2 billion in 2021. Innovation continues to emerge. New features such as camera, voice control and improved navigation have transformed the robot vacuum cleaner from a novel product into a fixed device in floor care.


So what do you need to know before handing over the dust collection task to the robot partner? Robots have made great progress in floor care, but they are still widely regarded as a supplement to traditional vacuum cleaners rather than a substitute. They can't climb stairs yet, but they can sometimes reach areas that are difficult to reach with traditional vacuum cleaners, such as the depths of furniture. It takes them longer to clean the room - about 30 to 90 minutes, depending on the robot and the size of the room - but they can also do it themselves, whether you're there or not.


Hundreds of robot vacuum models on the market provide different functions. They use different methods to find their way around the room, using lasers, cameras or infrared sensors. They may have different working abilities or perform better on some surfaces. Some models use lithium-ion batteries, while others use nickel metal batteries.


Are you ready to welcome the robot into your home? Follow these tips to create a more friendly habitat for your new cleaning partner:


Break obstacles:

look around the area you want to vacuum and remove all potential obstacles. Even socks or small objects on the ground can interrupt cleaning, especially when the robot tries to vacuum. Remove any items that may get stuck in the robot wheel and cause errors.


Remove the power cord:

just like using a traditional vacuum cleaner, ensure that there are no plugs and power cords in the cleaning area that the robot may try to vacuum.


Keep it closed:

the robot vacuum cleaner will go where you allow it to go. Close the door that may lead it to another area that does not need dust collection, or use the technical function to keep it within a certain range.


Welcome home:

when the power starts to drop, many sweeping robots will automatically return to the charging station. Place the charging station in an area easily accessible to the robot.


Keep the robot clean:

keep the robot's sensors and other navigation tools free of debris because they interfere with navigation. Empty the robot's dustbin after each use. Ensure that the filter is clean and replaced as needed.


The next Robot Revolution

Robots are slowly moving beyond dust collection into areas such as mopping and air purification. Automation is becoming a part of electrical appliances. Many new models include voice control and the ability to adapt to our habits.

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