This device, which blurs the lines between sci-fi and reality, was created by Dreame Technology, a general robotics company established in 2017. The Dreame Robotic Flex Arm is an example of using robotics technology with a clear, planned path for practical application. This technology was implemented in both mature consumer and commercial robot products, assuring commercial success. It introduced an elevated level of advanced technology developed during research on humanoid robotics technology. Rapidly incorporating this technology into its existing products, Dreame Technology transitioned into a premium robot company.
As robot technology advanced, Dreame’s robot vacuum cleaner R&D team achieved a significant milestone by independently developing the world’s first MopExtend™ technology, powered by its innovative bionic arm. Dreame has already applied the Dreame Robotic Flex Arm to robot vacuum cleaners, addressing a common pain point for users seeking to clean along edges. The Dreame Robotic Flex Arm recognizes wall baseboards, table legs, edges of beds, or other edges that are difficult to clean. At the same time, the robot vacuum cleaner utilizes the groundbreaking MopExtend™ technology powered by the Dreame Robotic Flex Arm, wiping dirt and stains just like a real human arm.
As this revolutionary and innovative technology emerged, the Dreame R&D team worked hard behind the scenes, researching as many as 37 extreme edge cleaning solutions. Creating technology required extensive calculations and verification of parameters, as well as testing and verifying thousands of different scenarios. The team overcame many technical challenges, including space design, device precision, and service life. In terms of the sensor processing of its robots, Dreame Technology has made an enormous investment in the intelligent algorithms industry, with its robot vacuum cleaners capable of learning more than 4.05 million data sets and intelligently recognizing more than 70 kinds of obstacles, making it number one in the entire industry.
As a result, Dreame’s bionic arm technology became an instant hit when it was released on the market because it genuinely does address the pain point of cleaning in corners and along edges.
- DreameBot L20 Ultra first sale – sold out within 15 minutes of release on
South Korea’sNaver livestream; sold out during the product launch in Australiaand America;
- DreameBot L20 Ultra raised over
120 million TWDthrough crowdfunding in Taiwan, China;
- DreameBot L20 Ultra series became a best-seller since its release across Southwestern European regions
DreameBot L20 Ultra robot vacuum and mop debuted at IFA 2023 in
In the robotics industry, three of the most significant challenges shared by industry insiders include considerable technological difficulties, high manufacturing costs, and the challenge of commercialization. The biggest hurdle among these is commercialization. Robotics enterprises have often been the subject of scrutiny for not being able to sustain themselves, and even Boston Dynamics has found this to be a bottleneck. Discovering diverse application scenarios and achieving commercial revenue alleviate the high manufacturing costs and technological investment required.
The advent of Dreame Technology’s groundbreaking bionic arm technology and its humanoid robot capable of performing latte art will undoubtedly tackle bottlenecks encountered in delivering applications to the robotics market.
What’s more noteworthy is that Dreame Technology has combined robotics technology with innovations from vertical industries, successfully creating more potential for robotics solutions and industry breakthroughs, as well as uncovering more beneficial application scenarios.
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