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Amritsar, NFAPost: Homegrown robotics brand Milagrow has launched three new home-cleaning robots, one of which is equipped to kill Covid-19 spores on the floor. The price range for these three robots start at 20,000 rupees.

The three new robots — MilagrowiMap Max, MilagrowiMap 10.0, and Milagrow Seagull — has been launched at Amazon’s prime day sale that has begun today and will extend till tomorrow.

The company said that all three robots use the proprietary Milagrow software and can be used both for commercial and domestic purposes. It also said that the robots have been launched after three years of research and development efforts keeping in mind the space management patterns of the Indian conditions.

“These 3 ‘White Robo-Knights’ are especially launched keeping in mind the emerging situation in homes, offices, hospitals, hotels etc due to the pandemic. The need for hygiene and disinfection is greater than ever before. The real time terrain recognition technology combined with pressure mopping of the floor and then self-cleaning of mops is a world first and we are sure that the Indian market would benefit tremendously from the same,” Milagrow Robots Founder Chairman Rajeev Karwal said.

Karwal added that the company was targeting sales of more than 10 million rupees by premiering these robots on the Amazon prime day event.

Milagrow iMap 10.0 

Priced at 89,990 rupees, MilagrowiMap 10.0 is a fully independent self navigating robot with electronic water tank, which has been modified to take Sodium Hypochlorite 1% solution to kill COVID-19 spores on floor, as recommended by ICMR. It also has a Super Silent Japanese Brushless Suction motor with 4 suction levels from 800 to 2700 pa and an antibacterial microfiber cloth, the company said.

Equipped with a 5200 mAh battery and a battery life of three hours, the robot further comes with full self-diagnosis and troubleshooting display function as it works, in real-time. It comes with 5-year suction motor warranty and 2-year comprehensive warranty.

The robot is equipped with iMap LIDAR, which is highly specified and can form real-time maps by scanning up to 16m, 2160/second with an accuracy of up to 8mm. Featuring as many as 18 sensors, the robot can plan its path fast and display cleaned and left out areas in real-time on the user’s mobile screen. It has an octa-core CPU to facilitate faster response time, the company said adding that it has a suction capacity of 2700 pa.

MilagrowiMap 10.0 features a triple air filter system with HEPA12 and can remove 99.5% of PM up to 0.1 microns (COVID spores can be up to 0.16 microns) and 99.97% of PM up to 0.3 microns. 

Milagrow iMap Max 

The company claims this model to be the world’s first floor “wet mopping and vacuuming robot” that can self-clean its mops with a pressure of 40N.

According to the brand, this self-cleaning robot has a patented wet mopping mechanism which comes down and puts pressure of 10 N on the floor by two hydraulic shafts, based on an AI algorithm. This extra pressure on the floor cleans the most stubborn dirt and stains from the floor like those of coffee and sauce, etc.

MilagrowiMAP Max leverages the same AI technology which is used in unmanned vehicles. It uses a LIDAR sensor with Milagrow patented real-time terrain recognition technology for faster mapping and real-time path planning. With a 5200 mAh battery and a robust 2200 pa powerful suction to pick even small stones or beans, iMAP Max has been developed with extensive research of over three years. The robot is backed with a 2-year comprehensive warranty and a 5-year warranty on the Japanese suction motor.

The robot can be controlled through a mobile application, on which users can change the settings to enlarge or reduce the area before the robot goes back again for self-washing. The robot features a patented Snail Touch Side brush that can clean difficult spaces such as corners. iMap Max has a reusable 1-litre dust bag and users can attach optional disposable bags.

iMap Max is priced at 99,990 rupees, which includes the water tank.

Milagrow Seagull 

This robot, priced at 20,000 rupees, is a floor-cleaning robot that uses Gyro Mapping technology to determine navigation.

Fitted with anti-bacterial, antimicrobial and antiviral properties, Seagull helps minimize the spread of infections in hospitals and similar environments. These microfibers can attach themselves to even the smallest, most microscopic dirt particles—ones that normal cloth fibres crudely brush past. The robot can facilitate slight wet cleaning. It has a NIDEC Brushless motor, which has 1500 pa suction power, maximizing the cleaning power.

The robot can display the real time progress and map while cleaning on the user’s device. The robot plans the path in real time in each area to reduce the time taken.

Seagull comes with a 5-year suction motor warranty and 2-year comprehensive warranty.

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