Avidbots Neo has arrived in the Land of the Rising Sun and we couldn’t be more excited to spread the news! Our friendly autonomous, airport cleaning robot has been purchased by Kansai International Airport to improve cleaning quality in this world-famous facility and increase the performance of the cleaning team. Kansai International Airport is one
Today Avidbots is happy to announce that Groupe3S has purchased Avidbots Neo, the self-driving, airport cleaning robot, to enhance their cleaning productivity and performance for the Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport. The purchase was transacted through our value-added distribution partner in France, Facilibot. Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport is the second busiest airport in Europe
Avidbots Neo was recently featured in the March 2018 issue of Renholdsnytt Magazine, Norway's leading trade publication covering the professional cleaning industry. Renholdsnytt praises Neo as having a superior understanding of its environment, thanks to its sensors, 2D and 3D cameras, and LIDAR. They note that this advanced technology allows Neo to clean in spaces where things are
Avidbots Corp. today announced that Singapore’s Changi Airport will be deploying Avidbots Neo floor cleaning robots to improve the productivity of their cleaning teams and reduce costs.
Following last week's announcement of a new partnership with Compass Group, Design Engineering caught up with Avidbots' co-founders Pablo Molina and Faizan Sheikh to discuss the development of the Neo Floor Scrubbing Robot.
Read how self-driving floor scrubbers like Avidbots Neo are shaking up the cleaning industry, with an intense focus on customer experience and boosting business productivity.
Profile of Avidbots Neo in Unmanned Systems magazine highlights a differentiated approach to development.
Avidbots partners with Compass Group to bring robotic automation to the Canadian Facilities Management market
Avidbots Corp. today announced that Compass Group has purchased the Neo self-driving floor-cleaning robot to enhance cleaning productivity and performance for their clients.
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.