Since inception, Gaussian Robotics have focused on building autonomous cleaning robots and have successfully launched the ECOBOT series. This series was designed with ground experience and reviews from cleaners and developed by leading engineers from Cambridge University, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, National University of Singapore and many other leading global institutions. The design was conceptualised with the Asian market in mind, to cater to the smaller build and demographics of a typical cleaning workforce in Asia.
Gaussian Robotics currently has research and development centres across China, Germany and Singapore. Globally, the ECOBOT series has a strong presence in Asia and the UK. To date, Gaussian Robotics have successfully deployed over 2000 robots across more than 20 countries including Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Australia, China, Hong Kong, Canada, United States, Korea, Qatar and more. In Singapore alone, over 160 robots have been deployed around the country, including notable facilities such as Jewel Changi Airport and Marina Bay Sands Shoppes.
The Gaussian Robotics team in Singapore are deployment specialists, having consulted, mapped and trained distributors globally. They are involved in global projects such as Beijing Daxing Airport, Hong Kong MTR Corporation and Singapore Changi Airport.
The ECOBOT goes beyond the current understanding of a cleaning robot. It is silent, does not need a human to follow it, and can complete actions such as changing of water, adding of chemical and discarding of litter all by itself without human intervention. They serve as part of your workforce, and not as a tool to supplement your workforce. The ECOBOT can function autonomously to charge and clean on schedule with minimal human intervention and oversight. This allows the productivity of the workforce to increase greatly as the robot can work independently anytime throughout the day.
We take Smart Cleaning concept further and expand it beyond merely robotic implementation but to also involve existing site workforce as a holistic approach towards environmental services.