A recent feature in the Canadian press charts the rapid growth of Avidbots over the last two years - from a small, Waterloo-based startup with a dozen employees to our current 40,000 sqft. home in Kitchener, where we employ over 100 engineers and robotics experts.
Avidbots Corp. today announced that United Arab Emirates University (UAEU) will be deploying the Avidbots Neo floor cleaning robot to improve the productivity of their cleaning teams, reduce costs, and promote robotics and innovation throughout the UAE.
Avidbots Corp. today announced the opening of a regional sales and service office in Hong Kong. The office will support customers throughout the Asia Pacific Region, with a focus on direct sales in the Hong Kong and Macau markets as well as support for market entry into mainland China. Check out the full news release
Avidbots Corp. today announced that they have signed a distribution agreement with Macnica Inc., a supplier of specialty technology products in Japan and worldwide. Macnica will distribute the Neo self-driving floor scrubber across Japan to customers challenged by the largest labour shortage in the country in over 40 years. An aging and declining population has
CTV Features Neo as Part of the Innovation at Catalyst137 – the World’s Largest IoT Manufacturing Space
Avidbots' customer, Empire Facility Management, deployed Neo to join the cleaning team at Catalyst137, the world's largest IoT manufacturing space in Kitchener, ON.
Avidbots CTO Pablo Molina will be on the panel for the RAI Robotics "Mobile and Autonomous Robots Update" Webinar.
Avidbots will be attending the Middle East Cleaning Technology Week at the Dubai World Trade Centre from November 7-9, 2017. Join us in Booth # D-CM 40 to meet the Avidbots Neo and to share in the industry knowledge exchange.
Following a successful showcase of the technological advances supporting Terminal 4 at Singapore's Changi Airport, Channel NewsAsia this week is reporting on the transit hub's new floor cleaning robots.
Among the latest innovations unveiled at Changi Airport new Terminal 4 is an housekeeping robot that's already capturing the imagination of passengers.