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In the area of education, schools have found that introducing autonomous equipment has resulted in increased efficiency as the Co-Bots are utilised to clean the corridor and hall floors whilst the valuable labour resource focuses on sanitising and deep cleaning.


We have also seen the adoption of Co-Botics in numerous distribution centres throughout the UK and Europe. These facilities use automation extensively, so have been quick to embrace Co-Botic cleaning and have seen huge benefits, including improved cleaning standards and real return on investment opportunities.


The fact that we are able to offer a complete range of autonomous machines has made a real difference as this enables customers to select the model that best suits their particular environment, situation, or floor type. We are also continuing to expand our offering with a number of recently launched products, including the auto re-fill and re-charge service station for the Eco Bot 50 and Eco Bot 75 machines.


The Eco Bot 50 and 75 will automatically return to the service station when the battery is low, or the water tank is empty. It will self-dock with the service station and begin charging, emptying, and re-filling immediately.


Also new to the ICE Co-Botics range is the UV Bot which sanitises the environment through UV rays and disinfection mist. This minimises the risk of cross infection and improves sanitary conditions for all indoor environments.


All ICE Co-Botics equipment is as close to human activity as anything available. It is extremely intelligent and can be fully operated, controlled, and managed by the teams on site.


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The SMART features ensure the delivery of the following key requirements when using autonomous equipment in day-to- day cleaning activities:


• Safety and efficiency – safe, consistent, and easy to map and control.





Intelligent – it will clean any area without the need for technical intervention.


• Environmentally friendly – water recycling capabilities and a run time of up to five hours.





Proof of clean – fully integrated telemetry and cloud- based reporting on a clean-by-clean basis.


As the demand for Co-Botics continues to gather pace and more facilities realise the benefits that autonomous cleaning can bring, one key point to remember is collaboration. The key to successfully utilising Co-Botics is to collaborate with the cleaning operatives to ensure that the machines become part of the cleaning team, and are not seen as a threat or a separate function. This requires fully involving the frontline operators so that they see the real value of the machines as collaborating with them, not replacing them.


In these changing times, it’s clear that facilities service providers must achieve more, both in terms of productivity and quality, without compromising financial budgets. Therefore, we believe that investment in automated cleaning is not just pioneering, but essential for future cleaning.


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