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When To Consider An Autonomous Or Robot Lawn Mower

Are There Advantages of Robot Lawn Mowers? Summer is around the corner, and people are starting to ask, what are the advantages of robot lawn mowers ? and, should I consider getting one? What is a robot lawn mower? A robot mower is just one that can be programmed to cut grass on its own, without the need for an operator. There are some situations when an autonomous solution could be useful, and some situations when it could be wasteful. We call these situations use-cases. What’s the case for and against robot lawn mowers? The case against ... Like all machines, Robot mowers have their uses, but they’re not for everyone. Choosing an autonomous solution could be overkill. Consider the

By |July 9th, 2018|Events|

Robotic Window Cleaners from Robot Zoo

Why should you buy one of Robot Zoo's amazing Robotic Window Cleaners? No one likes dirty windows, they always look unsightly, and we always want to see them clean and beautiful. But window cleaning can be a very tedious job. Think of all the hassle that one endures when climbing up a ladder with a cloth and applying some elbow grease. This will soon be over, with the new robotic window cleaners technology. Robot Zoo robotic window cleaner "Gecko" in action. The science of robotics continues to intrigue and excite us. Thanks to amazing new developments in household robotics and technology, we can get those dirty windows cleaned by a machine. The locally owned company, Robot Zoo, is

By |June 8th, 2018|Blog|

Student Engineer Awarded for Window Cleaning Innovation

Congratulations to Oliver Nicholls, 19, from Sydney, Australia. He came first among 1,800 competitors from 81 countries, regions and territories at the 2018 Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF) with a prototype of a window cleaning robot designed for the facades of commercial buildings. The competition, run by the Society for Science & the Public is the world’s largest international  science competition for pre-college students. Oliver entered the competition as part of the BHP Billiton Foundation Science and Engineering Awards Australian delegation and STANSW’s Young Scientist delegation. This was because he also was the winner of the 2018 BHP Billiton Foundation Science and Engineering Award. "The inspiration came when I was in school and there was a gent cleaning the awning and he

By |June 4th, 2018|Events|

Household Robots are here to Change the World

The Era of the Robots is here! A new line of robots is revolutionizing the household. These robots, known as household robots, are no clanking mechanical monsters. They are here to make life better and more convenient for everyone. Household robots are here to change the world in a bold and exciting way. Once the fascinating fictional characters of science fiction movies, robots have become a practical and useful reality nowadays. We have all seen industrial robots helping out in factory work with dangerous and heavy tasks. We know that robots are used in the industry, such as manufacturing and welding robots. But now a new generation of household robots has arrived and they are a major game changer. Household

By |May 17th, 2018|Blog|

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