Adapting your products to customer needs is critical, and robotic vacuum cleaners have made serious headway in recent years when it comes to improving the user experience. But challenges still exist: robots that get stuck on chair legs, lost in corners, or take inefficient routes, all of which lengthen cleaning times and drive up battery consumption (driving down user satisfaction).
Motion sensors play a key role in improving robotic vacuum cleaner performance. Read our Ebook, “Unlocking the Robotic Cleaner of Tomorrow” to learn:
- The top challenges that persist in the robotic vacuum industry
- A few key trends shaping the market
- How to choose the right sensor set (to mag, or not to mag…?)
- How sensor fusion ensures peak performance