To increase automation.
The latest innovation from Ecovacs Robotics, AIVI (Artificial Intelligence and Visual Interpretation), made its debut at IFA in Berlin.
Designed to reduce manual intervention with the robotic vacuum cleaner, object recognition and spatial recognition help avoid common household items, such as shoes, socks and smartphone cables that can often obstruct the cleaning path.
Smart Navi mapping and navigation technology, available on the Deebot 900 and Deebot 710, scans, maps, and plans an efficient cleaning path adapting to a home to provide thorough and systematic cleaning. Users will be able to see how the cleaning task has been completed with a visual map. The Deebot 710 also features an upgraded Max Mode that increases suction power by up to two times.
Ecovacs Ozmo mopping technology in the Deebot Ozmo 930 and Deebot Ozmo Slim delivers both vacuum and mopping capabilities.
Paired with the Ecovacs app, users can set cleaning schedules, select cleaning modes and monitor the cleaning process. The Deebot robovacs are compatible with Google Home and Amazon Echo for voice control.