|Date||Tuesday, March 29, 2022|
|Time||11:30 AM - 12:15 PM|
As the world begins to emerge from the pandemic and starts to return to a sense of normalcy, some learnings will continue.?An example of that is employee’s desire to have an increased level of cleanliness in the workplace.?Doorhandles, faucets, and other high-touch surfaces will continue to require a higher level of cleaning.?With the challenges of the labor market today, how do organizations tackle this additional work without adding new employees? Tennant Company can help. Facilities are expected to clean more areas, more often without adding labor. And with an autonomous robotic scrubber cleaning the floor, cleaning staff can focus on other areas, that only a human can clean. Tennant’s fleet of Autonomous Mobile Robots (AMR) can clean the warehouse/production floors with little human involvement, leaving your staff with ample time to clean/disinfect those high-touch surfaces. The T16AMR was specifically designed to clean distribution/production facilities, all while reducing water consumption and the need to pre-sweep beforehand.? The conflicting problems of “increased cleaning needs” and “a challenge to find labor” are problems no more, thanks to Tennant Company and the T16AMR!
Tennant's robotic scrubbers can help reduce the total cost to clean with a robust, industrial-strength platform and design. The AMR machines can clean various floor surfaces thoroughly in a single pass with the ability to run multiple routes, back-to-back, without assistance. Tennant strives to address common labor challenges, reduce the need for pre-sweeping, drive efficiencies and maintain a high standard of cleaning with all our products. The T16AMR, the market’s only robotic floor scrubber designed for warehousing/distribution?will work safely and efficiently alongside employees. With this machine you can reduce the amount of detergent and water needed with ec-H20 NanoClean®?technology, saving you both money and minimizing your environmental impact. Tennant’s AMR machines operate in complex, real world environments powered by BrainOS® advanced vision-based technology which includes on-board safety measures with cameras and sensors. Plus, real-time performance data from robotic cleaning machines validates cleaning, demonstrating that warehouse operations are taking additional steps to protect inventory and ensure consistent quality package delivery. With a vision to become a global leader in sustainable cleaning innovation that empowers our customers to create a cleaner, safer, and healthier world, Tennant focuses on innovations that are changing the way the world cleans.
Join Dan McSweeney, a floor equipment expert who has deployed 1000s of robotic scrubbers in the last three years as he shares why customers are investing in cleaning technologies and tips & tricks to successfully deploy robotics and achieve results. During this session, presenters will discuss how robotic solutions can help drive productivity and allow facility leaders to address labor challenges by redeploying labor to focus on other high-value tasks, while also maintaining an exceptional level of clean. Attendees will better understand how a robotic floor scrubber may be a solution for their facility.
As businesses navigate through uncertain times and the future of cleaning continuously changes, automation continues to be a promising cleaning solution. Facilities and businesses can benefit from robotic cleaning in a variety of ways, particularly in a time where cleaning is of utmost importance for the health and safety of customers, students, patients and visitors. In this seminar you will learn key considerations for a successful robotics deployment, change management tips, building a business case for robotics at your facility, choosing the right robotics vendor, and how robotic cleaning machines work.
|Dan McSweeney||Tennant Company|