As one of the most technologically-advanced countries in the world, Israel is an early adopter of automation. That’s why Avidbots is excited to announce the launch of Neo in Israel, bringing commercial robotic floor scrubbers to the innovation-driven Israeli market. Innox Robotics, a division of logistics services company Mehola, will distribute Neo in Israel among Mehola’s 1,700 commercial and governmental customers, which include Israel’s two largest shopping
Avidbots is proud to announce that we have been certified as a Great Place to Work® after a thorough and independent analysis conducted by Great Place to Work® Institute Canada. This certification is based on direct feedback from employees, provided as part of an extensive and anonymous survey about the workplace experience. We offer a
Avidbots’ autonomous robot, Neo, can now be seen cruising the floors of the MxD Innovation Center in Chicago, joining other advanced technology solutions that promise to transform the manufacturing industry. US manufacturers are looking to implement the latest autonomous robot technology to compete in the global economy, and Neo could soon be part of the
Floor scrubbing robots are cleaning more and more public spaces in Japan. Avidbots Neo has landed in the JOINUS mall in Yokohama. Already in use in airports, train stations, and office buildings in Japan, Neo floor scubbing robots will now add malls to the list of places they clean in this robot-friendly country. Starting in June, Neo robots will scrub the floors at JOINUS, a mall run by Sotetsu Enterprises with over 400 shops and
Norway may be the land of fjords and the midnight sun, but it’s also home to some of the highest labor costs on earth—and now, floor scrubbing robots. The workforce is highly unionized, and unemployment is low, so most people earn a living wage and enjoy a high quality of life. But for Norwegian employers, it’s difficult to
Railway station cleaning is a labor-intensive task, and that’s especially true at Tokyo’s massive Shibuya Station. The second busiest railway station in the world, Shibuya sees over 1 billion people passing through its twisted underground maze of hallways and shopping malls each year. Now, Avidbots Neo will be cleaning the floors of this giant railway station, following other deployments
Avidbots is thrilled to announce that we’ve closed a $23.6 million Series B funding round led by True Ventures. Other returning investors include GGV Capital, SOSV, Real Ventures, and 500 Startups Canada. New investors include Next47, BDC Capital and KCPL. To date, Avidbots has raised $36 million in venture capital financing. The support of these
Avidbots has been featured in Forbes! Reporter Amy Feldman spent a day visiting Avidbots headquarters in Kitchener, Ontario to get to know our founders. She also got an inside look at how we make the Neo robotic floor scrubber. Her story is a full-length profile all about the Avidbots journey and we’re thrilled to be
With the Neo autonomous floor-scrubbing robot boosting productivity daily at locations in Singapore and Japan, demand for Neo across Asia is accelerating. Today, Avidbots is excited to announce a partnership with Daeduck International to bring Neo to South Korea.
Neo, the Floor Scrubbing Robot from Avidbots, Arrives in Finland Through New Partnership with Rotator Oy
Avidbots extends European reach through a new partnership with Rotator Oy to distribute the Neo autonomous floor scrubbing robot in Finland.