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Tennant’s first autonomous floor scrubber capable of operating in
complex, real-world environments without direct operator control is
featured in the latest BBC Click episode looking at the technologies and
tools that will revolutionize business and personal life.
The autonomous T7 scrubber-dryer, a source of pride for Tennant and Brain’s cooperation,
shows how Walmart is integrating robots into their workflow. The T7AMR
seamlessly integrates Brain’s A.I. robotic technology software platform to
deliver a cleaning solution designed to maximize productivity, increase
efficiency and optimize safety.
“The robotics as an industry has been led by engineering and by the
ability to design something new and snazzy,” said Phil Duffy, Brain
Corporation VP, Innovation. “Integrating the A.I. technology into robotics
with existing systems, with existing machines, we believe that’s the way
forward.” Duffy added.
Like many other industries, the cleaning industry is undergoing a
transition as a result of disruptive technologies that are driving greater
automation. Specifically, robotics offer smart, safe and sustainable
solutions to repetitive tasks while allowing organizations and its
employees to focus on higher value-added activities.
Throughout its history, our company has maintained a sharp
focus on advancing the cleaning industry by actively pursuing new
technologies. We will continue this legacy with the introduction of
autonomous machines to help our customers to increase their cleaning
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