G10 technology allows our Hands-Free machines to operate autonomously, thinking on their own and making decisions based on their current surroundings.
Intellibot robots run Hands-Free up to 4 hours of uninterrupted operator-free cleaning (longer if using the optional Battery Exchange Kit).
Starting is easy, taking less than 15 minutes to prepare the machine. You can choose from variety of operating modes including Spot Clean, for small areas, Auto Clean for larger rectangular areas, and Route Clean for fully customized cleaning.
In Route Clean mode, a variety of custom cleaning routes are available to fit your schedule or need. For example, choose the route to clean all or only some of the halls or rooms in a floor plan.
G10 Advanced Technology incorporates fourteen sensors, giving the robot a 360-degree view of its surroundings, and allowing it to operate and clean on its own.
The 5″ color touchscreen control panel makes operation simple.
The robot has an icon-based menu that eliminates language barriers and makes operation easy.
Interactive menus and on-line, multi-lingual help screens guide the user through various functions and cleaning options including Route, Area, Spot, and Manual modes.
Custom-mapped cleaning routes are stored in memory and are easily selected depending on cleaning schedule or needs.
A numeric login screen requires operators to provide a password code prior to starting. This prevents unauthorized use and identifies the user for performance reporting.
Wi-Fi and 3G communications enable remote diagnostics and on-demand performance reporting. On-board diagnostics constantly monitor all major systems to self-diagnose problems or routine maintenance needs. The remote communication function allows the robot to alert the operator as well as Intellibot service staff. Our technicians can remotely diagnose and remediate the problem, significantly reducing downtime and service call expense.
Performance reporting is a powerful accountability tool allowing supervisors to effectively manage the cleaning process. Reports show the machine location, operator identity, running times and dates, and any maintenance issues. This information can be e-mailed to a selected account on a predetermined schedule, or wirelessly accessed from our secure customer portal on the Intellibot Website.
Overview Screen The Overview screen identifies each machine in your account, the physical location, date and duration of the last usage, and total usage since the machine was placed in service. Addition details are available in the Site Reports and Machine Reports.
Record Keeping Performance reports are accessible through Wi-Fi and 3G networks to help supervisors effectively manage the cleaning process. Reports show the machine location, operator identity, running times and dates, and any maintenance issues. This information can be e-mailed to a selected account on a predetermined schedule, or wirelessly accessed from our secure customer portal on the Intellibot Website.
Site Report The Site Report shows all robots at a location and the individual serial numbers, the model, date and time of the last usage, total usage, date of last service, date of installation, and indicates if robots are presently online and communicating with the server.
Machine Report The Machine Report is for an individual unit showing the date of usage, start time, duration, the individual route that was run (there can be multiple routes at a facility), the operator, and a status report. This information is available on a daily, weekly, monthly, quarterly, or annual basis
Each robot is equipped with a touchshield and an array of sensors.
The sensors are used to detect and avoid obstacles in the cleaning path.
The touchshield is a secondary safety system that provides redundancy in the event that the sonar fails to detect an obstacle.
If anything grazes the touchshield, the robot will stop immediately.
The combination of sensors and touchshield allow the robot to safely navigate around obstacles (including humans).
IR sensors are underneath all four corners of each robot.
The sensors alert the robot if there is no floor in front of the robot, causing it to backup.
The robot stops, backs up, turns, and continues on its route.
The red emergency stop button is located on the control panel.
Depressing the stop switch will immediately stop the robot.
The emergency button is typically used in case of an emergency, such as a building evacuation.
Learn the robot’s safety features