Pudu Robotics to Showcase Cleaning Robot at ISSA Show North America

Cleaning robot can reduce labor costs and improve sustainability.

Cleaning robot can reduce labor costs and improve sustainability.

Pudu Robotics, which specializes in commercial service robotics, will showcase a new cleaning robot (the PUDU CC1) at the ISSA Show North America in Las Vegas from Nov. 13-16. 

According to the company, the cleaning industry, facing an uncertain economy and persistent staff shortages, is embracing automation to make operations more efficient, fill job vacancies, and reduce costs. Robots are solving recruitment challenges and high personnel turnover. The PUDU CC1, an intelligent all-in-one cleaning solution, has proven effective in various commercial environments, including office buildings, retail stores, hotels, schools, hospitals, and nursing homes, according to the company.

“Property managers and commercial cleaners demand consistent and cost-effective results,” said Robin Zheng, US Manager of Pudu Robotics. “The PUDU CC1, with its automated workflows and ability to clean continuously throughout the day, delivers. The robot is setting the standard in hygiene for autonomous cleaning and alleviating the burden for management by providing immediate access to reports and pinpointing precise areas that require cleaning.”

The PUDU CC1 is a multifunctional cleaning robot designed for commercial use. The PUDU CC1 integrates sweeping, scrubbing, vacuuming, and dust mopping into one comprehensive solution. The robot is equipped with a built-in roller brush, squeegee and removable dust vacuum that allows it to adapt to various environments, including hard floors and soft carpet. For property managers, the PUDU CC1 starts cleaning automatically after business hours every day and generates work reports after each cleaning task, making daily management much easier. 

Capable of cleaning up to 12,000 square meters in a single day, the PUDU CC1 can save time and labor with an array of automations that the company says will eliminate the need for manual intervention, including automatic water addition and drainage, automatic recharging, and a breakpoint resume cleaning function.

The PUDU CC1 leverages Internet of Things (IoT) technology — using elevators to move around floors in a building — as well as for connected devices like access controls and e-gates that make it possible to pass through a building automatically. The PUDU CC1 can work with motion sensors that track the volume of people entering a space and dispatch the robot for cleaning only if there is a need for it otherwise skip a task if not needed anymore. This approach to cleaning can significantly reduce the cost of machine wear, water, and cleaning agents for property managers. Designed with sustainability in mind, the PUDU CC1 can reduce freshwater usage by 85% compared to traditional cleaning methods, the company says. The robot is made from materials that are easy to recycle and uses durable LFP batteries that can last for 2,000 cycles.

Pudu Robotics will showcase the PUDU CC1 at Booth #869 in the Bayside Exhibit Hall of the Mandalay Bay Convention Center.

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