The leader in the Home Robotic Vacuum Category, ECOVACS ROBOTICS has announced the official launch of its latest Artificial Intelligence-powered floor cleaning robot and smart autonomous air purifying robot, the DEEBOT OZMO 960 and the ATMOBOT, respectively. The company will exhibit its latest AI-powered robots at CES 2019 in Las Vegas.
ECOVACS’ showcase, in addition, will feature its award-winning window cleaning robot, the WINBOT X, and other signature technologies from its DEEBOT range. Chief Executive Officer of ECOVACS ROBOTICS, David Qian said that the company is committed to improving joy and lessening chore-induced stress with advanced smart cleaning solutions that change homes through improved robotic intelligence. He also said that his company’s 2019 CES demonstration features ECOVACS’ most inclusive line-up of home-cleaning robots to the global market, and assuring his company an opportunity to encourage the idea of Robotic Intelligence Is Home. ECOVACS, at CES 2019, will reveal how its advanced AIVI™ (Artificial Intelligence and Visual Interpretation) technology is executed in its newest robot, the DEEBOT OZMO 960. ECOVACS AIVI™, additionally, can easily become accustomed to different home environments, allowing the DEEBOT to optimize its navigation route so that it can plan and fulfill its cleaning tasks in the most intelligent and effective manner and saving both user’s time and energy.
The company is devoted to securing customer data and privacy where user data and privacy will be protected without images and will be sent back to ECOVACS or to third parties. However, customers may prefer to opt-in and send their data back to ECOVACS. This data is completely to help the company in designing, experimenting, and advancing its AI tech based on robust research and training data. ECOVACS will also demonstrate its latest ATMOBOT mobile air purifier to the global market at CES 2019. ATMOBOT features a Laser Distance Sensor and ultra-sonic sensors that make a virtual map of its surroundings to find impediments in the area, enabling the robot to map a competent path around users’ homes.