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ICE Co-Botics launch: Autonomous cleaning through innovation
26 May 2020
The ICE Co-Botics line is said to be the industry’s first comprehensive range of autonomous cleaning machines, from a small vacuum to a large sweeper and scrubber dryer.
In light of recent events cleaning will change in the future - sanitising, infection control and measurement will be key areas that will all need clarity and comfort around to ensure clean and safe environments.
According to ICE, Co-Botics is a natural and progressive way of how the company can help support and deliver these measures and improve wellbeing for hygienic environments - to co-exist, to collaborate, and to work cohesively within the workplace to drive standards, efficiency and sterility.
ICE has a proven track record in being committed and invested in autonomous cleaning. The company's credentials and investment span two decades of learning and understanding the market challenges and how to overcome them, the safety of people and environments and the technical expertise and coverage to support them.
The navigation system in the ICE Co-Botics equipment is said to be the closest to that of humans that exists, and the machines are fitted with a raft of camera and sensor technology making it very safe and reliable. ICE says that it is extremely intelligent and can be fully operated, controlled, and managed by the teams on site.
The equipment can be simply and easily incorporated into existing or new cleaning operations in almost any kind of environment - commercial, transport, warehousing manufacturing or distribution, healthcare, retail, hotels, hospitality and many more.
ICE Co-Botics has been designed to integrate into cleaning teams, picking up the manual and repetitive tasks, which will then allow operators to focus on hygiene and sanitising activities to promote cleaner and safer environments. It’s not about replacing people it’s about embracing technology to deliver higher cleaning standards, infection control and “proof of clean.”