Samsung robot vacuum cleaner recognizes small things
Samsung robot vacuum cleaner recognizes small things

Samsung has unveiled the Jet Bot AI+ robotic vacuum cleaner, which was first announced at this year's CES. It will be the world's first product with an active 3D sensor and one of Intel's AI solutions.

These characteristics seem to enable the vacuum cleaner to distinguish what needs to be vacuumed. Despite using technology that can detect obstructions, a corded vacuum cleaner remains one of the biggest problems of robotic vacuum cleaners.

According to Samsung's description of its new device, Jet Bot AI+ you don't have to worry about such issues.

The vacuum cleaner's 3D sensor can scan a large area and detect objects up to 1cm in size.

At the same time, AI-based object recognition technology can recognize appliances, furniture, as well as objects on the floor.

AI solutions can classify cables as hazardous and potentially harmful to the environment. For example, to avoid it.

In addition, he has decision-making skills that enable him to arrange near children's toys, for example, and keep a safe distance from fragile objects such as vases.

In addition, the device has a LiDAR sensor that can scan the room frequently and thus also works in poorly lit rooms and under furniture.

Samsung robotic vacuum cleaner

Samsung says: The vacuum cleaner can recognize the surface to be cleaned and determine the amount of dust in order to adjust the suction power.

It empties items collected in a clean factory that uses a multi-layer filtration system to collect dirt into a 2.5-liter dust bag, which must be replaced within one to three months.

With the SmartThings app, users can control the vacuum cleaner via their smartphone. It has a mode for streaming video images through the app with the front camera.

You can also program the devices to clean a single room or multiple rooms as intended. In addition to the ability to prevent entry into certain areas without creating a physical barrier.

If you're in the US and Canada, Samsung can pre-order this vacuum cleaner now on their website for $1,299.

The listing says you can get it before August 12th. People living in Latin America, Southeast Asia and the CIS will be able to purchase brooms in the second half of 2021.

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