Emrill, Dubai Festival City Mall Launch Sustainable Cleaning Robot
Emrill, an integrated facilities management provider, has partnered with Dubai Festival City Mall to launch its first sustainable cleaning robot for a retail environment.
In line with Emrill and Al-Futtaim Malls’ ongoing mission to identify and sustainable and artificial intelligence (AI) driven projects, Dubai Festival City Mall has taken a new step with this partnership to embark on advanced technology that caters to its customers and the betterment of the planet.
The robot, powered by Active AI, utilises advanced technology to optimise cleaning efficiency in enclosed areas while ensuring eco-friendly and safe operations.
LeoMop, the latest edition to Emrill’s cleaning fleet, is the first smart, sustainable cleaning robot to be utilised by Emrill in the delivery of high-quality cleaning services, with the commencement of operations at Dubai Festival City Mall.
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Emrill purchased LeoMop from Hygiene Tech, a leading smart cleaning equipment and hygiene solutions supplier. The robot, developed by Singapore-based LionsBot, uses innovative technologies to enable more advanced cleaning in commercial properties.
LeoMop provides cost-saving strategies for businesses by providing efficiencies compared to human-intensive cleaning workforces and can operate for up to 20 hours per day.
The silent cleaning robot uses 70% less water compared to other models available in the market. It also leaves the floors drier after mopping, making it safer for high foot-traffic areas that Emrill services, such as malls, due to its Active-DryTec capability for stronger water extraction.
Utilising advanced AI technology, LeoMop is operated via a dedicated mobile app and enables time efficiencies through intelligent mapping of areas that need to be serviced.
LeoMop also self-learns with every activation to improve scheduling and offers high-productivity results to businesses with real-time updates, notifications and detailed reports provided via the app.
The robot only requires a two-hour charge time to operate due to its specialised lithium battery and reduces water consumption from 40 litres to 600 millilitres per hour, making it both energy and water efficient.
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