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Automation and Robotics in Household Cleaning

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September 25th, 2012

In the aftermath of the H1N1 scare, surface cleaning became a top priority to consumers, states Ian Bell, Head of Home Care, Tissue and Hygiene Research at Euromonitor. One of the most innovative products to rise out of this need was robotic cleaning devices such as the iRobot vacuum. Bell states that much like Dyson Ltd revolutionized bagless vacuum technology; the robotic cleaning system is revolutionizing the way consumers clean. Newer robots have been developed to do tasks such as mop floors, which can especially help the world’s aging population.

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Ian Bell

Ian has direct responsibility over the content and quality of Euromonitor’s Home Care research, which provides strategic analysis of the global market as well as in-depth coverage of 80 countries worldwide. Ian has a degree in Japanese Studies (BSC) from the University of Sheffield, and has also studied at Nagoya University.

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    I do agree with you that surface cleaning has become a priority for customers.I have a question,what are the robotic devices which have a good reputation in performance.

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