Autonomous sweeping in logistics: cleaning production halls, logistics centers, high-bay warehouses, or loading zones autonomously, helps avoid accidents, clean faster and more cost-effectively, and can run parallel to ongoing operations without hindering the work.
Automated charging, material dumping and the control of the robots through web and mobile apps allow fully flexible, demand based cleaning operations. Enabling warehousing staff to focus on their core processes. Read more about the topic autonomous warehouse cleaning here:
In many industries, much of the work is done in large areas. Examples of large facilities in logistics are high-bay warehouses or loading zones. In these environments robotic cleaning operations have to be cost-efficient, simple to manage, and should not interrupt to core activities.
Our case studies in the logistic areas were carried out by B1. This is the previous model of our current sweeper B2. In terms of autonomous functions the two models are the same. Compared to the B1, the second generation of the sweeper B2 has advantages. However, that doesn't change anything about the described autonomous capabilities of the robot in the warehouse area or in logistics centers.
Technically, the autonomous cleaning of warehouses of both models is possible by reliable sensors that enable the sweeper to recognize dynamic situations within a very short time and to react immediately.
With a cleaning performance of 5860 m2 per hour, six hours of autonomous cleaning in
one charge, automated charging, automated material dumping, and easy robot control via
apps, automated cleaning solutions such as B2 are ideally suited for cleaning large
warehouses and distribution centers.