You are interrupted in your work by a loud beep and distress.
You sigh and get up from your desk. C This is the tenth time today that you have to go save your vacuum cleaner from a completely imaginary threat. You find it on the edge of a one centimeter high depression.On the ground, sigh, move it and restart it.
Ten minutes later, he's stuck under the bed, repeatedly running up one of the legs.
This kind of experience was integral to owning a robot vacuum (or robovac) when the technology hit the market. On paper, it was a wonderful idea. A self-managed and automated tool that will keep your floors clean for you.
In practice, however? Not really. And that doesn't even fit into the nightmarish pet crashes that were common with automatic vacuum cleaners.
Fortunately, the technology behind robovacs has evolved in leaps and bounds since the earliest days. market days. Today's vacuum cleaners are smarter, faster, better at recognizing obstacles and better at cleaning. This is largely due to four technical innovations that we have seen in recent years.