What is Detection Technology?

Detection technology is a robotic vacuum-specific feature similar in function to the dirt sensors found on some traditional upright vacuum cleaners. This technology feature is a combination of electronic sensors that help robotic vacs self-navigate. Built-in signals are sent out to gather environmental and spatial data. The information is then sent back and stored in the vacuum to alter the vacuum's actions by helping it learn how to navigate your space.

Uses of electronic sensors

  • Calculates room size using infrared signals
  • Determines room layout so your vacuum does not bump into furniture
  • Achieves optimal floor coverage by storing a personalized cleaning path for each room