Robots are coming to the grocery store, but they’re coming in droves.
Robots have become ubiquitous in our lives, from the $30,000 electric vacuum cleaner to the $2,000 vacuum-sealing robot to the pricey $3,000 robotic vacuum-cleaner.
In the U.S., the robots are taking on a more intimate and personal presence, from washing your car or lawn to cleaning your home or office.
And they’re becoming cheaper and easier to get, too.
Robots can clean your house, your car, your office and your houseboat, says Robyn Bremner, senior vice president at RobynBremner & Associates, a boutique cleaning and home maintenance consulting firm based in Los Angeles.
Robot floors will be the latest robotic option to enter the grocery aisle, Bremners says.
Robots are not only cheaper than humans, but easier to operate.
They’re easy to use, easy to program, and they have the ability to clean just about anything, she says.
But it’s a big step from just sweeping up floors, like most cleaning machines do.
RoboLift, a startup based in Washington, D.C., recently debuted a robot that can lift up to 100 pounds of rubble or debris off of a roof with just a single hand.
The robot, called RoboLift 2, is priced at just $20,000.
It comes with a range of robotic arm and hand capabilities.
It can lift a 1,000-pound load, and the robot can lift about 15,000 pounds of debris.
Robotic Floor Gainer, which has a price tag of $2.9 million, is an automated floor-cleaning machine with a wide range of robot arm and robot hand capabilities, like rolling, crawling and climbing.
The company recently debuted its RoboLifts in New York City, New Jersey, New York, Florida and Philadelphia.
The RoboLifers can lift 6,000 tons of rubble, and it can lift 10,000 to 15,500 tons of debris at a time.
Robobots can even be used for carpentry, says Andrew Miller, the chief technology officer at RoboBricks, a firm that designs, builds and sells robots for commercial and industrial customers.
The firm has been selling its automated robotic carpentry bots in the U, U.K., and China for over a year, Miller says.
Robotics, which can perform complex tasks like driving a tractor, are popular for industrial and manufacturing applications, he says.
They can be useful in building robots that can pick and pack objects.
They are also a convenient way to do routine tasks.
But if you want to get a robot to do something in a human-like way, then you’re going to need a robot.
Robotic Floor Cleaning, which is based in New Jersey and the U., is a robotic floor cleaning and carpet cleaning machine.
The company’s RoboRamps, which also sells in New Zealand and Australia, is designed to remove dust and debris from carpets.
The machines can lift 5,000 cubic feet of debris and about 4,000 square feet of carpet.
Robodefense, a Boston-based company, announced a robotic robot vacuum cleaner in March.
The machine, called Robodefence Plus, costs about $2 million.
The Robodeco 2.0 comes with robotic arm capabilities.
Robodeca also sells its own robotic floor-cleaners.
The 2.5-liter, four-wheel drive robot vacuum can pick up and remove up to 4,500 cubic feet per minute.
Robonautica, an Austin, Texas-based startup, is developing an automated cleaning robot.
The robots can pick, vacuum and remove about 20 pounds of cleaning materials per minute, according to Robocars.
The products are designed to be portable, can be installed on the side of a building or in the garage, and can be attached to a robotic hand or arm.
Robocars has been testing its RoboRamp for about three years, but its latest model, the 2.8-liter version, is scheduled to hit the market in 2020, Robocards says.
The first RoboRacks are slated for 2018.
Robota is a robotics startup based out of New Jersey.
It offers robots to install and manage homes and other spaces, and its robots can also clean your home, your business or your car.
It has a variety of robot models and pricing.
Roboto has a large roster of robots, including a $3 million robotic vacuum cleaner.
It is priced between $30 and $50,000, with a 10-foot range, according a Roboto website.
Robovas also sells robots that vacuum, scoop and vacuum your kitchen.
The $100-per-month Roomba, a $100 robotic vacuum that comes with an electric motor, comes with six robotic arms and a 12