The Ecovacs DR95 is a high-quality robo-vac. Equipped with an intelligent cleaning path and memory, the DR95 is able to auto-recharge and, upon full restoration, resume cleaning where it left off. It possesses "floating" wheels that automatically adjust to uneven surfaces such as short-pile carpets and natural wood and textured flooring. As with all smart floorbots, it also has stair avoidance. It also contains Smart Navi technology that uses SLAM and LDS to create a virtual map. With Smartphone control, the robot can be directed at home or from elsewhere. You can monitor its position and cleaning progress, guide its movement, schedule or start an automatic daily cleaning, define cleaning and off-limits areas, monitor the battery, and view the cleaning log. This might be a smart robot, but in the end, you still have total control. So who's smarter now?
Thanks to the Roomba brand, companies like ECOVACS ROBOTICS have made it their mission to further entrench the humble house bot. The Ecovacs Deebot DM85 is one of their DEEBOT line that specializes in mopping. The ultra-skinny Ecovacs Deebot DA60 Slim is a good fit for vacuuming under all the furniture. With the Ecovacs Winbot W930, smaller windows, mirrors, and glass will receive a proper washing. The DEEBOT DR95 is a 5-stage cleaning system that vacuums as well as wet and dry mops.
Robots are becoming smarter. There are those that can study and track human expressions and behavior, make observations and decisions, and predict certain events. It appears that the main purpose for these human-like abilities is to place robots in customer service roles for an increasingly consumption-driven population. By driving our cars, delivering our foods, providing security in our malls, and selling us products, they will continue to increase their influence in the zeitgeist. Then there are the bots that perform valuable services in our own homes -- the consumer-grade home cleaning bots. While they haven't yet shown the same advanced level of intelligence as these other robots, they have been much anthropomorphized and culturally ingrained - and we at bot database can't wait to see where it all goes from here.
DR95 is able to scan the room prior to cleaning it, in order to create a visual map...allows users to schedule the robot’s cleaning time.