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Autonomous cleaning is the future

 

Digitised processes and autonomous systems – topics of the future, yet challenges that have long since reached the Cleaning technology market. Hako meets these challenges with over 70 years of experience, a keen sense for our customers’ needs, and pioneering ideas creating significant impetus for the future of professional indoor cleaning.

The autonomous cleaner


The interest in autonomous machines has also increased strongly in the cleaning industry – not least due to the growing shortage of skilled cleaning staff. In order to meet the requirements of both the present and the future even better, we are continuously working on solutions that are efficient and safe and offer our customers economic added value. With the Scrubmaster B75 i, Hako is already presenting the next generation of autonomous cleaning machines – developed in close consultation with experts from science as well as important findings from practical experience.

Technology becomes autonomous


The Scrubmaster B75 i cleans taught routes independently and reliably. The 3D camera system with certified LiDAR sensors enables machine vision and ensures that the autonomous scrubber-drier navigates safely even in complex environments. And the fact that it always achieves consistently good and even optimised cleaning results compared to manual cleaning is ensured by high-quality Hako technology: Depending on the type of floor and degree of soiling, the Scrubmaster B75 i can be equipped with a disc brush system or with a cylindrical brush and side brooms.

Technology becomes autonomous


The Scrubmaster B75 i cleans taught routes independently and reliably. The 3D camera system with certified LiDAR sensors enables machine vision and ensures that the autonomous scrubber-drier navigates safely even in complex environments.

 

Technology becomes autonomous


The Scrubmaster B75 i cleans taught routes independently and reliably. The 3D camera system with certified LiDAR sensors enables machine vision and ensures that the autonomous scrubber-drier navigates safely even in complex environments. And the fact that it always achieves consistently good and even optimised cleaning results compared to manual cleaning is ensured by high-quality Hako technology: Depending on the type of floor and degree of soiling, the Scrubmaster B75 i can be equipped with a disc brush system or with a cylindrical brush and side brooms.

 

User-friendliness becomes smart

Future technology is also made for people. That’s why Hako has also placed special emphasis on user-friendly operation when developing the autonomous cleaning machine. Routes can be read-in quickly and easily via an 8-inch touchscreen and the machine can be operated intuitively. Another advantage for cleaning staff and operators: For quick cleaning jobs in between, the machine can also be used manually as a conventional walk-behind scrubber-drier.

User-friendliness becomes smart

Future technology is also made for people. That’s why Hako has also placed special emphasis on user-friendly operation when developing the autonomous cleaning machine. Routes can be read-in quickly and easily via an 8-inch touchscreen and the machine can be operated intuitively. Another advantage for cleaning staff and operators: For quick cleaning jobs in between, the machine can also be used manually as a conventional walk-behind scrubber-drier.

User-friendliness becomes smart

Future technology is also made for people. That’s why Hako has also placed special emphasis on user-friendly operation when developing the autonomous cleaning machine.

User-friendliness becomes smart

Future technology is also made for people. That’s why Hako has also placed special emphasis on user-friendly operation when developing the autonomous cleaning machine. Routes can be read-in quickly and easily via an 8-inch touchscreen and the machine can be operated intuitively. Another advantage for cleaning staff and operators: For quick cleaning jobs in between, the machine can also be used manually as a conventional walk-behind scrubber-drier.

Safety remains a matter of course


As the particular challenge of autonomous cleaning technology lies in its use in complex, public and changing environments, safety also plays a major role. This is why Hako has also placed a special focus on safe obstacle detection with the Scrubmaster B75 i – with success: the autonomous scrubber-drier either safely drives around the detected obstacles, continues cleaning at the next segment of the taught route, or sends a message to the user that assistance is needed to continue the cleaning path.

Safety remains a matter of course


As the particular challenge of autonomous cleaning technology lies in its use in complex, public and changing environments, safety also plays a major role

Safety remains a matter of course


As the particular challenge of autonomous cleaning technology lies in its use in complex, public and changing environments, safety also plays a major role. This is why Hako has also placed a special focus on safe obstacle detection with the Scrubmaster B75 i – with success: the autonomous scrubber-drier either safely drives around the detected obstacles, continues cleaning at the next segment of the taught route, or sends a message to the user that assistance is needed to continue the cleaning path.

Already successfully operating in the field: RoboScrub 20

The autonomous cleaning machine RoboScrub 20 has already successfully proved its efficiency in the field, from working in production halls and warehouses with narrow aisles to cleaning highly frequented shopping centres. The compact scrubber-drier safely navigates around obstacles and provides excellent cleaning results.

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