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Gausium to Showcase New Navigation Engine at CES 2023

Gausium, a global provider of autonomous cleaning and service robots, will bring its latest navigation technology “GMind X” to CES 2023.  

“We are very much looking forward to the CES,” said Peter Kwestro, global business development director at Gausium. “Gausium is presenting our award-winning service robots at the fair. Having won six awards in best innovation and design in 2022, Gausium is leading the autonomous cleaning market. The success of the Gausium robots can be largely attributed to the Gausium’s unique vision SLAM and the groundbreaking Auto Spot Cleaning feature supported by AI deep learning. In addition, all of the tech behind Gausium products are developed ‘in house’ with nearly 200 patents. During the event we will showcase the latest version of the autonomous navigation engine, GMind X, on the site, so visitors can see for themselves what we mean with ‘Robolution by Gausium’.”

SLAM (Simultaneous Localization and Mapping) is a technological mapping method that allows robots and other autonomous vehicles to build a map and localize itself on that map. Since 2017, Gausium has integrated SLAM technology into cleaning robots to provide autonomous floor cleaning solutions. Baoxing Qin, CTO at Gausium, said the new-generation SLAM at Gausium provides mapping and localization for commercial cleaning robots in complex, changing environments.

The GMind X autonomous navigation system features dynamic positioning that enables real-time map updates in dynamic environments. It detects static and dynamic obstacles from all directions in real-time, and will reroute itself for a collision-free path. Gausium robots can identify different types of obstacles and make behavioral decisions. GMind X offers mapping and map editing via the touchscreen and mobile app. No location markers, laptop connection or professional engineer is needed. GMind X also allows for flexible path planning. In the Auto Spot Cleaning mode, the robot will constantly scan and automatically perform spot cleaning whenever detecting wastes or stains. By cleaning only where it is needed, it significantly reduces water and power consumption.

Gausium’s commercial cleaning robot portfolio includes Phantas, Scrubber 50 Pro, Vacuum 40, Scrubber 75, and Delivery X1 Pro. Gausium has more than 2,000 successful deployments in 50 countries and regions. Currently, Gausium’s products and services include commercial floor cleaning robots, indoor delivery robots and supplementary accessories like docking stations, cloud platform and application software. The image shows a Gausium sweeper cleaning robot. At CES, Gausium will demonstrate its service robotics at Booth #9663, LVCC North Hall.

To learn more, visit the Gausium website here.

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